KATHMANDU, Aug 14: The Nepal Medical Association (NMA) is vehemently urging a thorough investigation and appropriate action against the officials of the Nepal Medical Council and CIB investigators who were involved in the wrongful arrest of an innocent doctor. The incident has caused significant harm, both to the doctor's reputation and mental well-being.
KATHMANDU, Dec 5: Dr Tosima Karki has resigned from the post of member of the Nepal Medical Council (NMC) . After being elected as a member to the House of Representatives, Dr Karki went to the NMC on Sunday and submitted her resignation.
KATHMANDU, July 24: The number of students dropping out of school after reaching higher grades has been increasing. According to the data published by the Center for Education and Human Resource Development (CEHRD), the challenge to keep students from dropping out of school after reaching higher grades in schools is increasing.
KATHMANDU, July 24: Only 68.57 percent of the examinees have passed the specialist registration examination conducted by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC). On Saturday, the council conducted the examination for registration of names of experts.
KATHMANDU, Nov 4: Senior cardiologist Dr Bhagawan Koirala has been appointed as the chairperson of Nepal Medical Council, while the outgoing chairman Dharma Kanta Baskota will take over the helm of Tribhuvan University.
KATHMANDU, Sept 30: The accusation made by Sanjeev Neupane against Grande International Hospital regarding medical malpractice ‘that led to abnormal growth of his new born’ has been upheld by Nepal Medical Council.
JUMLA, June 22: Nepal Medical Council (NMC) has granted Karnali Academy of Health Sciences (KAHS) the permission to start courses for Doctor of Medicine in General Practices and Emergency Medicine (MDGP). This has opened an avenue for KAHS to produce specialist doctors. The permission to conduct MDGP courses also opens doors to begin the MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) course.
KATHMANDU, Oct 29: At a time when five-year records of Nepal Medical Council (NMC) reveals that a majority of medical students studying abroad fail the license test conducted by the NMC, the medical students studying in Bangladesh have demanded that the internship period be slashed from one year to six months.