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1,300 MMBS doctors unqualified to check patients

29 June 2019  

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KATHMANDU: As may as 1,300 doctors are not qualified to check patients despite having MBBS degrees.

They have been declared unqualified after they could not get through the medical license test conducted by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC).

There are some MBBS degree holders who have failed for 36 times, a report in Naya Patrika daily said. According to the council, most of those who failed the test have studied in Bangladesh.

Recently, NMC has made a provision that those who fail the test for 10 times cannot appear it again. The provision has been sent to the Ministry of Health.


Publish Date : 29 June 2019 07:42 AM

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