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300-hr course a must for MBBS doctors wanting to do ultrasounds

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

New Delhi: Any MBBS doctor wanting to do ultrasounds will now be required to do a 300-hour course in the basics of ultrasonography approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and conducted by an MCI-recognised institution.

The government has mandated the course under the Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act 1993, which says any MBBS wanting to do ultrasounds must take six-month training in the area.

MBBS doctors, already practicing ultrasonography on the basis of the old provision in the law, will need to clear a competency test at the time of renewal of their clinic’s registration. [Source: Tribune]

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7 Comments »

Comment by Dr.vinay Kumar
2014-12-01 16:17:15

Want. Ultrasound diploma

 
Comment by dr.himabindu
2014-12-14 22:09:53

Want ultrasound deploma

 
Comment by prachi gupta
2015-05-12 14:44:30

Want to pursue for an usg course as i have passed mine mbbs

 
Comment by rashmi bharti
2015-06-25 22:45:46

Want to do usg training as I have passed mine mbbs

 
Comment by Dr Rajesh sharma
2016-03-16 21:06:41

Want to do USG training

 
Comment by Dr D.Dhanware
2016-06-06 18:26:14

Sir I did 6 months training in govt. Medical college by govt…….but they r not allowing me to put usg machine even at home saying training is given only for institutional purposes….what r govt guidelines doesn’t clerify…….is there any legal provision….plz help

 
Comment by dr priyanka solanki
2018-05-03 12:40:01

sir, I want do usg course…It’s recognized by mai..?

 
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