The National Medical Commission (NMC) stresses the necessity of Aadhaar-enabled biometric attendance system (AEBAS) for faculty before inspection. New medical college application rules address phantom faculty and standardize the procedure…
The NMC has stressed the significance of Aadhaar-enabled biometric attendance system (AEBAS) for medical college faculty before inspection to eliminate phantom faculty.
National Medical Commission (NMC) constantly asks medical colleges to incorporate AEBAS. The Commission’s Medical Assessment and Rating Board standards standardize the application process for new medical colleges, adding seats to existing ones, and dealing with ghost faculty.
The apex medical education regulatory organization stated the new standards will start next academic year.
“The daily AEBAS of the required staff (faculty, residents and supporting staff), preferably along with face-linked recognition shall be made available to the NMC as well as on the medical college website in the form of daily attendance dashboard,” the rules read.
The NMC stated in a notice accompanying the recommendations that the Post Graduate Medical Education Board has decided to create a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to evaluate the examination process immediately.
Medical colleges and institutes will conduct exams according to PGMER guidelines and record the exam process and all relevant data about the examiners, exam process, cases kept for the exam, student theses, etc.
The announcement stated that colleges can administer exams on time without physical or online inspection.
After the exam, medical colleges and institutes would be physically assessed for infrastructure, clinical material, investigative material, and other facilities and examination data, it stated.
The National Medical Commission (NMC) stresses the necessity of Aadhaar-enabled biometric attendance system (AEBAS) for faculty before medical college inspections. NMC rules standardize new medical college applications and address ghost professors. New rules include daily AEBAS of academics, residents, and supporting staff and face-linked recognition starting next academic year.
The NMC also declared that the Post Graduate Medical Education Board will evaluate exams using a SOP. Medical colleges and institutes shall follow PGMER norms and record tests and data. Universities can administer the exam on time without physical or online inspection. The college’s infrastructure, clinical, investigative, and other facilities will be physically assessed after the exam.