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Postgraduate Medical Education Board Released Guidelines to Conduct College Exams
by Pragti Sharma / 19 Nov 2023 15:23 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 35
The Post Graduate Medical Education Board of the National Medical Commission recently released new guidelines governing the conduct of medical exams. According to the outlined Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), medical colleges are mandated to administer exams adhering to the directives set by PGMER.
Highlights of the newly issued guidelines:
- Medical colleges must conduct exams following the guidelines outlined by PGMER.
- Video records of the entire examination process, including examiner details, examination procedures, cases used for assessment, and students' thesis, are mandatory.
- These guidelines are effective immediately for evaluating examinations during recognition processes, increased intake, and renewal of recognition for medical programmes.
- No physical or online inspections will occur during the examination process, allowing colleges to proceed with their examination schedules as planned.
- Following the exams, physical assessments of medical colleges and institutes will be conducted to evaluate infrastructure, clinical and investigative materials, facilities, and examination specifics.
The guidelines set forth by the Post Graduate Medical Education Board of the National Medical Commission mark a significant step in standardizing and regulating the conduct of medical examinations. The emphasis on adherence to specified procedures, the requirement for comprehensive video documentation, and the immediate implementation demonstrate a concerted effort to ensure thorough evaluations while streamlining recognition and augmentation processes for medical programmes.