Last Updated on October 4, 2020 by The Health Master
CHENNAI: The National Medical Commission which has replaced Medical Council of India (MCI) has clarified that online MBBS classes conducted for medical courses in view of the pandemic are valid and approved by the commission.
The commission made the clarification in response to media reports that MCI has informed a group of medical students that such classes are not valid. “It is clarified that in view of the pandemic, medical colleges are conducting online theory classes for MBBS students. Online MBBS classes are valid and are approved for teaching during the pandemic only,” a statement released by the commission said.
Online MBBS classes are valid and are approved for teaching during the pandemic only
It further clarified that the media reports appeared to have relied upon reply given by the erstwhile MCI in response to a RTI query regarding medical courses conducted online by foreign universities.
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