The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will improve its MBBS seat this yr from 150 to 200 as a result of an increase in pupil consumption, knowledgeable AMU Vice-Chancellor, Prof Tariq Mansoor. The infrastructure and school can even be scaled up on the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), which is the constituent medical school underneath AMU.
“MBBS seats to extend at Aligarh Muslim University from subsequent yr:
National Medical Commission underneath @MoHFW_INDIA has accepted AMU’s utility for rising the variety of MBBS seats from 150 to 200. To meet rise in pupil consumption we now have scaled up infrastructure & college (sic),” Prof Mansoor tweeted
The National Medical Commission (NMC) has also accepted the application by AMU to increase the number of MBBS seats. However, the implementation will be done from next year after an inspection survey is conducted by NMC officials.
“Now, that the Covid pandemic has re-affirmed the importance of an adequate number of qualified and skilled human resources in health, it is imperative that the number of MBBS seats increase in JNMC and medical colleges across the country,” stated Prof Mansoor informed Hindustan Times.
The UP Nurses and Midwives Council has upgraded the final nursing and midwifery (GNM) course performed by JNMC to a BSc nursing diploma with an consumption of 20 college students. This comes following a notification by the Indian Nursing Council.
“UP Nurses and Midwives Council has no objection for GNM course performed by JNMC, AMU to be upgraded as a BSc Nursing course. The permission has been accorded,” reads the letter of permission by the Registrar.