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HC clears Dr Adhao's candidature for MCI post

Nagpur: Despite being the official candidate of the state chapter of Indian Medical Association (IMA) for the elections to Medical Council of India (MCI), Dr Ashok Adhao's candidature was rejected by the Directorate of Medical Education and Research ... Times of India, 13 hours ago
HC clears Dr Adhao’s candidature for MCI post Times of India, 13 hours ago

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MCI team visits Ongole RIMS

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A three-member team of the Medical Council of India (MCI) visited the Rajiv Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) here on Monday to consider allowing admission of fifth batch of 100 students during 2015-16. ...
 The Hindu3 days ago Pre-fabricated labs to help in practicals  The Telegraph4 days ago MBBS seats under scanner at govt colleges  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago MCI ex-chief gets relief in  Times of India1 week ago
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MCI UK boosts team with new director appointments

MCI UK has boosted its senior team with the appointment of two new directors. Mark Pepler has been named as corporate sales director - with 20 years experience of selling, managing and delivering, Pepler has worked for agencies and on the ...
 Meetpie1 day ago Clarification  The Hindu4 days ago Complying with MCI directions, headship of two GMCH doctors taken away  Indian Express2 weeks ago MCI, APMC crack the whip against erring doctors  The Hindu3 weeks ago

Summons issued to over 500 doctors for taking bribe: Govt to LS

d: Friday, February 27, 2015 - 21:53 New Delhi: The Medical Council of India (MCI) has issued summons to more than 500 doctors upon complaints that they accepted inducements from Indian pharmaceutical firms, the government on Friday said. In this regard, ...
 Zee News6 days ago Summons issued to over 500 docs for taking bribe: Govt to LS  Business Standard6 days ago
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Ex-MCI Man, 5 Others Under CBI Scanner

CHENNAI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a case against former additional secretary, Medical Council of India (MCI), Dr Pukhraj Prasannaraj, and five others. The case concerns alleged irregularities in admission into the first ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Ex-MCI Prasannaraj addl secy among 6 booked by CBI  Indian Express1 week ago CBI files case against MCI officials, others  Nerve1 week ago CBI registers case against MCI officials  Odisha Television1 week ago
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CBI books senior MCI officials for irregularities in admission to MBBS course

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against senior officials of Medical Council of India, office bearers of an educational trust and a private college in a case relating to alleged irregularities for admissions in first year MBBS course.
 Times of India1 week ago

MCI suspends registrations of 15 MP docs

BHOPAL: Medical Council of India (MCI) have suspended registrations of 15 neurologists from Madhya Pradesh for six months after they went for foreign jaunts allegedly sponsored by a private pharmaceutical company. MCI orders, which include ...
 Times of India1 week ago MCI suspends registrations of 15 doctors in Madhya Pradesh  Business Standard1 week ago PTI - MCI-DOCTORS(Bes25) - MCI suspends registrations of 15 doctors in Madhya Pradesh  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Ahmedabad-based pharma company paid for their foreign tour, registrations of 15 doctors suspended  DeshGujarat1 week ago

15 doctors suspended for accepting junkets

NEW DELHI: The Medical Council of India (MCI) has suspended the licence of 15 neurologists for accepting foreign trip and hospitality from the Ahmedabad-based Intas Pharma, after completing a two-year-long investigation into the case. The doctors' ...
 Economic Times1 week ago In rare case, 11 docs lose licence over junket  Deccan Herald1 week ago
Travel Weekly Asia

MCI takes action on 15 doctors of Madhya Pradesh for sponsored foreign visits

In one of the major action on the medicos of the state, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has cracked its whip on 15 such doctors who went for pharma company sponsored foreign visits.
 Times of India1 week ago 30 Guntur doctors under lens for Aarogyasri fraud  Times of India2 weeks ago Re: Medical Council of India orders doctors suspension for drug industry junket  British Medical Journal1 week ago Shock for docs: Freebie travel under scrutiny  Travel Weekly Asia1 week ago
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Future of ESIC Medical Colleges Uncertain, Students Tense

The students are on protest after MCI's refusal to recognise post graduate doctors Chennai: Hundreds of students in medical colleges run by the Employees of State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) are facing an uncertain future after the Union ...
 NDTV1 week ago TN medical college students stage demo in Delhi  Business Standard1 week ago PTI - STUDENTS-DEMO - TN medical college students stage demo in Delhi  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago ESIC Medical College students take out protest march  The Hindu1 week ago
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