HC Deb 08 February 1932 vol 261 cc508-9W

asked the Secretary of State for India what is the present position in regard to the recognition by the British Medical Council of degrees granted by the faculties of medicine in Indian universities; and what stage has been reached in the setting up in India of an Indian Medical Council?


The conditional recognition accorded by the General Medical Council to the medical degrees of certain Indian universities was withdrawn in March, 1930. A revised draft bill for the establishment of an All-India Medical Council has been prepared, and it is hoped to introduce it in the Indian Legislative Assembly at an early date.

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