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Thursday, February 12, 2015

DNB students should undergo more training to qualify for Asistant Professor post says MCI

Please through this document from the MCI which states that students who have passed DNB ( From Non-Teaching Hospitals) would undergo 4 years more training to qualify for post of Assistant Professor in Medical college.


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No.MCI-4(3)/2014-Med./

MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA
POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE

Minutes of the Postgraduate Medical Education Committee meeting held on 9th September 2014 at 10.30 a.m in the Office of the Medical Council of India, Pocket-14, Sector-8, Dwarka, New Delhi




DNB:
Those who pass DNB from a Non-teaching Hospital (other than Medical
Colleges/Teaching Institutions recognized by MCI as Teaching Institutions) would be required to have further three years experience as Junior Resident in a Teaching Hospital, before they could be considered eligible for appointment to the post of Senior Resident.

They would also be required to work for another one year as Senior Resident (after DNB) in a Teaching Hospital before they could be considered as eligible for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor. Those who pass DNB from a Teaching Hospital (Medical College/Teaching Institution) would be eligible for appointment to the post of Senior Resident. However, they would be required to work for another one year (after DNB) as Senior Resident/Equivalent post in a Teaching Hospital before they could be considered eligible for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor.

Source - http://www.mciindia.org/meetings/PG/2014/PGMN-09.09.2014.pdf

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