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Medical Council of India extends last date of submission of Students details for 7 states


Medical Council of India extends last date of submission of Students details for 7 states

New Delhi: The Medical Council of India, in a matter related to submission of online student details, has granted an extension upto 15th October, 2016, to seven states across the country.The extension pertains to admitted MBBS students for the academic year 2016-17.

The seven states granted this extension include:

1.Andhra Pradesh,

2.Karnataka,

3.Kerala,

4.Madhya Pradesh,

5.Maharashtra,

6.Telangana,

7.Uttar Pradesh

 In a circular addressing seven  Principals & Deans of medical colleges  across the country, it has been made clear that no further extensions would be granted beyond Oct, 15 to any of the said seven. The earlier date of submission having been  Oct 7, 2016, in this matter.

The circular stated,”….., the date for submission of student’s admission details through the unique login ID for the medical colleges of the above quoted States has been extended upto 15th October, 2016, beyond which no extension will be allowed for entering the details of the Students in the Students Entry System for this current academic year i.e. 2016-17.’

The circular further added that those finding  difficulty in accessing the  MCI website  could send an an email  to mci@bol.neUn; monitoring@mciindia.org and the Council office would  revert back to them within 02 working days, to resolve the query/issue.

In an earlier circular of the MCI, the medical education regulator, had heeded  medical colleges to ensure that admission in medical courses fell within the purview of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956; that it was strictly in accordance with merit and conducted in a transparent and fair manner. Further stating, that any violation would result in cancellation of admission of the student, and action against the concerned college, as permissible in law.

The earlier notification also clarified, that to effectively monitor that admissions made were in conformity with the regulation requirement, an online monitoring system had been put in place. The objective of which was faithful adherence to admission norms. Online monitoring, in other words, was meant to promote transparency and accountability, in medical education.

To read the circular, click on the following link

http://www.mciindia.org/circulars/UG-Students-Monitoring-05.10.2016.pdf


Source: with inputs
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