State govt revises decision on bond free certificate submission for licence renewal of docs

State government changes its earlier stand; now doctors who earned their degrees since 2011 from state/municipal corporation-run medical colleges will have to submit their bond-free certificate to renew the registration. In failing to do so, the registration of the doctors wouldn’t have been renewed and such doctors would have been treated as bogus doctors

State govt revises decision on bond free certificate submission for licence renewal of docsDoctors, who have earned their medical degrees before 2010, have a breather as the state government has changed its earlier stand. In the circular issued on September 21, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) had issued a notice to the doctors who completed their medical degrees from state/municipal corporation-run medical colleges. In the notice […]

IMA expresses displeasure over DMER move

Following the failure of serving the mandatory one year bond in rural areas, about 4,500 doctors have been recently declared quacks by Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER). With this, IMA Pune has showed its complete displeasure

IMA expresses displeasure over DMER moveMedical students graduating from government-run colleges are made to sign a bond to serve at a primary health center in a village for a year. This should be done within five years of obtaining their MBBS degree. If they fail to serve the bond, they must pay a penalty, which is a steep Rs 10 lakh for […]

Ready to work in rural areas? DMER proposes 10% quota in medical colleges

The state has been facing shortage of doctors in rural areas. Owing to which, The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) have forwarded the proposal to the state’s medical education ministry. As per the proposal, 250 medical seats will be exclusively reserved for these medical students

Ready to work in rural areas? DMER proposes 10% quota in medical collegesSoon, the state medical education department will be reserving 10 per cent of the medical seats in its medical colleges for students who agree to serve 10 years of compulsory service in rural Maharashtra. The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) have forwarded the proposal to the state’s medical education ministry. “It is a […]

Nagpur: Strike withdrawn, doctors resume their duty

The resident doctors of Government Medical College (GMC) Nagpur have joined their duties again. In the series of meetings Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) assured Directorate of Medical Education (DMER) to call off the strike. After this DMER issued a letter to the Dean of GMC Nagpur to let the suspended doctors join back on the work

Nagpur: Strike withdrawn, doctors resume their dutyThis happened on the backdrop of the fact that 350 resident doctors of GMC Nagpur were suspended a day before. As a part of their protest against lack of security in the hospital premises, the doctors were on mass leave. The hospital administration sent a suspension notice to them. Talking about the decision, Dr Pravin […]