India’s top medical training controller has expressed that any degree received from medical college situated in Pakistan-involved Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh (PoJKL) will not be able for practising medication in India.
In an open notification, the leading bodyboard of governors (BoG) in supersession of the Medical Council of India (MCI) said the whole domain of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh are now fundamentally Indian territory.
“Pakistan is in illicit and persuasive control of the territory,” the notification said.”Accordingly, any medical foundation in Pakistan-involved Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh (PoJKL) requires consent and acknowledgment under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956,” the notification by Dr R.K. Tanks, the secretary-general of the BoG, said.
In December a year ago, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court had solicited the legislature of India to consider perceiving the medical degree of a Kashmiri who graduated from a college in Pakistan-involved Kashmir after the Medical Council of India didn’t concede her enrollment, a senior authority said.
The Home Ministry, Ministry of External Affairs and Health Ministry at that point inspected the issue and abreast the high court that medical establishments in territories of PoJKL have not been allowed authorization and acknowledgement under the Indian Medical Council Act,” the authority said.
“The high court had solicited the Government of India to publish this reality in written officially with the aim that students are not misdirected in getting medical capabilities from foundations in PoJKL,” the authority clarified.
Written By Chanderveer Singh
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