MBBS medical colleges in India: Now there will be government ranking (rating) of medical institutions across the country. For the first time from the next academic session, the National Medical Commission (NMC) will implement the rating system. Six medical institutes of the country including KGMU of Lucknow have been selected to prepare the standard, where the teams have reached. In the first phase, ratings will be given to eight medical colleges of the country. There are about 654 medical colleges and institutes across the country. At present, many agencies are rating medical colleges, universities and institutions from national to international level. Evaluations like NAAC are also being done. For the first time, the medical college and university affiliated to NMC will be rated. Government medical colleges and universities will be able to participate in this process. After this private medical institutions will be included.
Teams are preparing rating standards
Agreement was signed with NMC and Quality Council of India (QCI) for rating. NMC and QCI team inspected KGMU for standards on 24 and 25 August. Meeting with the responsible officers. Saw treatment, research, sports activities, teaching work and resources. Officials say that students will get government ratings based on the quality of education being imparted. It will also help students to choose the right medical college once the official ratings are out in the public domain. The practice of charging high fees by private medical colleges will be banned. NMC and QCI teams will conduct surprise inspections of medical colleges to check the rules. Medical Assessment and Rating Board (MARB) of NMC will provide third party evaluation of both private and government medical colleges.
There will be no cheating in medical education from both student and teacher level. Information about each class will have to be given to NMC and QCI. Not only this, what did the teachers teach? When did you teach? What did the children learn? Proof of this will also have to be given. The data of operation, beds filled, investigation and OPD will be online. With this, the institutes will not be able to tamper with the data.