Indian med graduates may now practice in US, Australia, Canada

By Our Reporter
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The National Medical Commission (NMC) of India has announced its reception of the prestigious World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) Recognition Status for an impressive ten-year period.

This implies that Indian medical graduates will now have the opportunity to undertake postgraduate training and engage in practice in countries that mandate WFME recognition. Such countries include the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand

Dr Yogender Malik, Member of the Ethics and Medical Registration Board and Head of the Media Division at NMC, explains, “WFME’s recognition highlights that the quality of medical education in India meets global standards. This accolade not only empowers our students to pursue careers worldwide but also positions India as an attractive destination for international students, thanks to our globally acknowledged standards.”

The WFME Recognition Status serves as a testament to NMC’s continuous efforts to enhance and uphold the quality of medical education within India. It signifies that graduates of Indian medical institutions are now exceptionally well-prepared to excel on the global stage.

WFME will officially present NMC with an award letter and a recognition certificate. WFME also plans to amplify this achievement through its social media channels, ensuring that the world recognises India’s commitment to excellence in medical education.

Expressing gratitude, NMC extends heartfelt thanks to WFME for this esteemed recognition. NMC remains steadfast in its mission to further excellence in medical education, benefiting students, healthcare professionals, and the nation as a whole, an NMC official press release said.

The National Medical Commission (NMC) is India’s premier regulatory body overseeing rnedical education and practice. Cornmitted to upholding the highest standards in healthcare education, NMC ensures the delivery of quality medical education and training across the nation.

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