No provisional registration for foreign medical graduates without clinical training in India: Supreme Court

The Court, however, held that students who obtained medical degrees from foreign institutes are "national resources" who should be utilised to augment the national health infrastructure.
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The Supreme Court on Friday held that medical students who studied abroad cannot be granted provisional registration to practice in India without undergoing practical clinical training [The National Medical Commision v. Pooja Thandu Naresh and ors].

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