By Joymala BagchiNew Delhi [India], July 15 (ANI): The Indian Medical Association (IMA) wrote to the National Medical Commission (NCM) on Thursday against the compulsory elective assignment of a week in any of the Ayush medicines.
The letter written on July 15 states that “the comments on the draft regulations for the compulsory rotating internship 2021 have been placed in the public domain for opinion by the National Medical Commission in New Delhi.”
The IMA wrote: “IMA totally opposes the inclusion of a week of exclusive elective assignment which is contrary to the superfluous established standard and an attempt to initiate ‘myxopathy’. IMA strives to ” obtain the purity of the profession, complete a year of training.
Dr Jayalal, president of the IMA, told ANI about it: “The internship is a time when doctors put into practice what they have learned under the mentorship of seniors. The NMC has published the last week an internship procedure project in which they put a compulsory one-week assignment in one of Ayush’s departments. ” “The internship is a period during which you learned will be practiced since medical graduates do not have the opportunity to learn Ayush during the undergraduate period, it is not appropriate for him to come and practice. to Ayush The IMA wants the purity of the system to be maintained and not to mix, ”said Dr Jayalal.
The IMA said that there are many other branches such as family medicine, bioethics and these things should be included that take a week exclusively for another system.
“We hope that NMC will take this in a positive direction and that the appropriate corrections will be made,” said Dr Jayalal.
The draft regulation for compulsory rotational internships, 2021, released by the NMC, mentioned that a training week should be included in the rotational schedule as an elective course in one of India’s medical systems. (ANI)