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NMC updates calendar and curriculum for the MBBS 2022-23

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The revised schedule is available on the NCM’s official website

The National Medical Commission (NMC) updated the calendar and curriculum for the MBBS 2022-23 batch on Wednesday. The updated schedule is now available on the NMC’s official website,

According to the amended plan, the academic calendar for phase one of MBBS will now expire on December 15, 2023, for 13 months (approx. 57 weeks). The available period is roughly 42 weeks (excluding 15 weeks), during which the preliminary/university test and results will take around -10 weeks, vacations will last three weeks, and public holidays will last two weeks. In the first phase of the MBBS, a total of 1638 hours will be allocated for teaching and learning.

Following then, the academic calendar for phase two of MBBS will run for 1638 hours (39 weeks), beginning December 16, 2023, and ending January 15, 2025. The permitted period is 13 months (about 57 weeks), whereas the available time is 42 weeks.

The academic calendar for phase three of the MBBS programme will run from January 16, 2025, to November 30, 2025. The time allotted is 10.5 months (approximately 46 weeks), and the time available is 35 weeks (excluding 11 weeks for prelims/university exams, three weeks for vacation, and two weeks for public holidays).

The fourth stage of MBBS will take place between December 1, 2025, and May 15, 2027. The authorised time is 17.5 months (approx.78 weeks), whereas the available time is 57 weeks (excluding 21 weeks).

According to the new calendar, the degree will take 6864 hours to complete, and clinical placements will take 132 weeks.

Along with the curriculum modifications and rules indicated above, the NMC has released a few further notices for the 2022 batch:

The NMC established an Anti-Ragging Committee, with Dr Aruna V. Vanikar, President of UGMEB, serving as head.
The deployment of HMIS (Hospital Management Information System) is compulsory in all medical colleges, according to the NMC notification issued on October 4, 2022.

The NEET UG counselling link will be available on the MCC official website beginning October 11, 2022: