The aspiring future doctors and the brilliant nation saviors, the Union Health Minister for the first time has made the NEET-PG non-mandatory.
The medical students can use the final MBBS examination for admission into MD and MS programs. For so long due heavy exam procedures and difficult to pass exams forced the students to fly to other countries.
But this news has come as a relief for many medical aspirants. The draft of the National Medical Commission Bill will be soon submitted to the Cabinet with the above-mentioned amendments.
According to the reports the changes were done under the guidance of the Prime Minister’s Office. Now the students have a low burden that they don’t have to appear in the additional examinations to acquire a license for practicing medicine.
Well, the time to come will say how helpful is this move for the medical future in India.
It will surely be objectified by the people who think that there is a necessity for strict rules for practicing medicine in India. The students who are not enough capable to treat a patient cannot be given the permission to take risks.