NMC Implements ABHA ID Registration for Enhanced Clinical Data Accuracy

The implementation of the ABHA ID system by the NMC, leverages digital solutions for more accurate, efficient, and standardized healthcare practices in medical college hospitals across the nation. The directive from the NMC mandates that all medical colleges provide the necessary infrastructure within their hospitals to facilitate the generation of ABHA IDs for patients seeking assistance.

Engagement of Faculty as Assessors for Conducting Inspection of Medical Colleges

NMC recognizes the collective effort of the medical community in working towards the continuous improvement of the medical education system in India. The commitment of faculties in actively participating in the inspection process is instrumental in upholding the standards of medical education and fostering a culture of excellence in the healthcare sector.

AIIMS Bhopal Declared as a Centre of Excellence for Rare Diseases

This designation is in accordance with the National Policy for Rare Diseases (NPRD), 2021. AIIMS Bhopal will now function as a premier government tertiary hospital. It will be equipped with state-of-the-art facilities dedicated to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of rare diseases.

Webinar on Use of Inhalers in Asthma

This webinar is scheduled to take place on November 28, 2023 at 4pm. The seminar will be conducted by Dr. Madu Mahan. This will be the 71st webinar in an ongoing series being conducted by the CGHS.

Consultation Paper on Remote Broker-Dealers in IFSC

IFSCA has received various proposals from the Stock Exchanges to introduce new products, widen the investor base and deepen the liquidity on the Stock Exchanges. One such proposal pertains to permitting Broker-Dealers to operate remotely from foreign jurisdictions i.e. permit Broker-Dealers to transact on the Stock Exchanges without having a physical presence in IFSC. IFSCA, after due deliberations, has decided to consider this proposal of the Stock Exchange. This would require amendment to Regulation 5 (1) of the IFSCA (Capital Market Intermediaries) Regulations, 2021.

IFSCA seeks comments/views/suggestions from the public on any amendments or additions to the International Financial Services Authority (Banking) Regulations, 2020 (as amended)

General public and stakeholders are requested to forward their comments/suggestions through e-mail to Mr. Supriyo Bhattacharjee at supriyo.b@ifsca.gov.in and Mr. T P Samuel Wesly at wesly.samuel@ifsca.gov.in on or before December 12, 2023 in the attached format. The comments may be provided in MS Word or MS Excel format only.