September 22, 2020

MP Masoodi raised issue of 17 JK students denied to appear for FGME, demands for Opening of Mughal Road

New Delhi: National Conference Member Paliament from South Kashmir Justice (Retd) Hasnain Masoodi while addressing the 17th Lok Sabha raised the issue of 17 medical students who are being denied permission to appear in the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
Raising the issue, he informed the house that 6 years back 17 students from Jammu and Kashmir took admission in Mirpur and other Medical Colleges with prior consent from the embassy and completed the necessary paper work and now when they have completed their course, they are not being permitted by the MCI to appear for Foreign Medical Graduates Examination. He appealed for a one time exception for all those students who have worked hard for 5 years to get their degree so that they can take advantage of their studies and practice as professional doctors once they successfully appear in the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination.
Masoodi also demanded for speedy repair of NH44 and opening of Mughal road. He highlighted that opening of Mughal Road is necessary so that 25 metric tonnes of fruit that valley produces can be transported to other parts of the country which won’t be possible with the present condition of NH44.

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