MBBS undergraduate and postgraduates will have to mandatory provide one year rural service - March 21, 2012

Karnataka Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda, during his 2012-13 budget speech in the Legislative Assembly, said that a legislation would be soon passed making it mandatory for all MBBS undergraduates and post-graduates to provide one year in rural areas immediately after successful completion of the course which would then provide them the eligibility for permanent registration with the Karnataka Medical Council.

Karnataka Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda, during his 2012-13 budget speech in the Legislative Assembly, said that a legislation would be soon passed making it mandatory for all MBBS undergraduates and post-graduates to provide one year in rural areas immediately after successful completion of the course which would then provide them the eligibility for permanent registration with the Karnataka Medical Council.

source: www.financialexpress.com, March 21, 2012. “One-year rural service to be made mandatory for doctors”

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