As NEET-PG is postponed and the conduct of exams and the admission rounds are likely to take a minimum of three months, there isn’t a readability on when the primary-yr college students will be in a position to be a part of faculty. TP Lahane, director, DMER, stated that NMC is the apex regulatory physique for medical training and so they have issued an advisory asking medical schools to make use of examination-going resident medical doctors to meet the present scarcity of medical doctors. “The term of exam-going doctors ends on April 30. We have recommended postponement of their exams and extend their term. We will review the situation towards May end and then decide whether to extend their term by one more month,” stated Lahane. He added that the state is utilising medical interns and medical doctors serving bonds, however there might be a scarcity in rural areas, if these remaining-yr medical doctors are relieved.
While examination controller of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Ajit Pathak, stated that the state’s proposal will be mentioned in the board of examinations, the examination dates stay unchanged as of immediately. The BMC, in the meantime, prolonged the time period of remaining-yr resident medical doctors from civic hospitals to May 15. A consultant of resident medical doctors, stated that even when the state decides to postpone exams, they want to be relieved 45 days prior to their examination.
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