Indian Medical Graduates Can Now Practice in the US and Other Places

  • Publish date: Thursday، 21 September 2023
Indian Medical Graduates Can Now Practice in the US and Other Places

Indian medical graduates will now be able to pursue postgraduate training and practice in countries like the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

This development came after the National Medical Commission (NMC) was granted the coveted World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) Recognition Status for a tenure of 10 years.

WFME is an international organization that works to improve the quality of medical education worldwide.

The NMC in India is the country's premier regulatory body, which oversees medical education and practice in the country.

NMC is responsible for delivering quality medical education in the country.

All 706 existing medical colleges in India will become WFME accredited, while the new medical colleges being developed in the next ten years will be automatically WFME accredited.

This accreditation will increase the international recognition of Indian medical colleges and medical practitioners.

This development will also allow for academic collaborations and exchanges to promote improvement and innovation in medical education.

WFME's accreditation also emphasizes that Indian medical education adheres to global standards for medical education, which will make it an attractive destination for international students as well.

Indian medical graduates will now have the chance to pursue their medical careers in countries that require WFME recognition.

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