Classes for Rural Medical Course to be Held in District Schools

by Rajshri on  January 25, 2010 at 10:11 PM Education News   - G J E 4
 Classes for Rural Medical Course to be Held in District Schools
It is reported that the classes for the newly proposed Bachelor of Rural Medicine and Surgery' (BRMS) course will be held in district schools located in district hospitals. The draft lso says that examinations will be conducted by the respective universities to which these schools are affiliated.

"Registration of the BRMS graduate will be worked out by the states concerned and their respective medical councils. The medical schools will be recognized for the conferment of degree by the concerned state medical council or by such authority as would be notified for the said purpose," the draft said.

A district-based admission system will be used for the students who desire to enroll in the course. The BRMS degree holders can serve in the state where they have obtained their degree, but cannot serve in other states.

It also states that students without PG degree cannot go beyond Assistant Professors if they take up teaching.

Source: Medindia

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It is arealy good course and it should go for betterment in medical field.
ashish2325098 Tuesday, January 26, 2010
I don't thing because most of the Indian are suffering from...... but i don't see why they use them
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