Following the campaign by the 2015 MBBS Graduates in Karnataka, the Government has decided to release the documents along with KMC Registration for students who studied in Government Quota seats in various medical colleges in Karnataka. The documents and registration will be given to them after they submit an affidavit complying to the compulsory rural service whenever they get an appointment.
The Directorate of Medical Education has passed orders to these medical colleges to release the documents after the students comply with the rural service. Even after months of graduating, these students weren’t returned their original documents which they had submitted during the time of their admission as there was no decision made on the compulsory rural service by the High Court. Without any documents and registrations, these doctors weren’t able to proceed with their career plans.
The decision to release the documents and give registration to these doctors were considered in a meeting held with the medical education minister, director of medical education, officials of health department and MBBS students. Another meeting is expected to hold over the weekend for students of different categories. The health department is also looking over the vacancies available and the rulings of the High Court on this matter. However, the student representatives demanded for an immediate action which the director of medical education opposed saying that the delay happened because of COVID and wasn’t intentional. These students also say that the government will face various problems while recruiting them but they are happy that there has been some improvement in the matter.
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