Monday, September 24, 2018

Doctor loses degree for helping tow Students in MBBS exam

A doctor from Patan has approached the Gujarat HC over Medical Council of India’s decision to cancel his 2009 MBBS degree as punishment for appearing in a medical entrance test for admission in a super-specialty course conducted by National Board Exams. Dr. Patel was barred from taking any exam by NBE for seven years after he was caught impersonating for two students in an MBBS entrance exam. His lawyer Rahil Jain said MCI’s decision to cancel the MBBS degree was taken without any hearing. “A 2009 MBBS degree cannot be cancelled for an alleged offence which was committed in 2017.” After a preliminary hearing, the HC issued a notice to MCI, Delhi Medical Council, NBE and Gujarat Medical Council last week. 

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