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    VintageTrail is offline Junior Member 511 points
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    New ruling: St. Martinus University students INELIGIBLE to practice in India

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    The Medical Council of India released this statement a few weeks ago (4/16/2013): mciindia.org/tools/announcement/PUBLIC_NOTICE_ELIGIBILITY_16_04_2013.pdf

    "With effect from the date of issue of this public notice the Medical Council of India shall not issue any Eligibility Certificate to those who wish to study MBBS course (or its equivalent course) at St. Martinus University"

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    SMUFOM is offline School Official 516 points
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    Dear VT. MCI has removed the above link from their website and students from St. Martinus University Faculty of Medicine are still able to get their Eligibility Certificate for SMUFOM. Thank you for bringing the error to our attention so we could have the situation resolved quickly.
    St. Martinus University Faculty of Medicine

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    VintageTrail is offline Junior Member 511 points
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMUFOM View Post
    MCI has removed the above link from their website
    Uh, no they haven't. Why are you lying? The document stating SMU's ineligibility is still readily accessible on the MCI website: mciindia.org/tools/announcement/PUBLIC_NOTICE_ELIGIBILITY_16_04_2013.pdf

    Alternatively you can go directly to mciindia.org -> "Media Room" tab -> "Announcements" -> and it is currently the second link, titled "Public Notice Regarding Eligibility Certificate".

    SMU students are not eligible to take the MCI screening test and cannot practice medicine in India.

    Please don't mislead people, SMUFOM.
    Last edited by VintageTrail; 05-10-2013 at 11:21 AM.

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    Swamifez is offline Junior Member 515 points
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    Quote Originally Posted by VintageTrail View Post
    Uh, no they haven't. Why are you lying? The document stating SMU's ineligibility is still readily accessible on the MCI website: mciindia.org/tools/announcement/PUBLIC_NOTICE_ELIGIBILITY_16_04_2013.pdf

    Alternatively you can go directly to mciindia.org -> "Media Room" tab -> "Announcements" -> and it is currently the second link, titled "Public Notice Regarding Eligibility Certificate".

    SMU students are not eligible to take the MCI screening test and cannot practice medicine in India.

    Please don't mislead people, SMUFOM.
    VintageTrail is right in this matter, and unless Saint Martinus's administration can counter it, this topic needs to be closed. The link has not been removed and it clearly states in the letter that they would discontinue licensing to St.Martinus and Avalon grads. Vintagetrail, it seems like you made your point, so I would go back to my studies instead of figgle on stupid nonsense like this.

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