Royal College Clinical Exams in Kokilaben Hospital

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Now Indian doctors will not have to fly to Britain to obtain global-recognized qualification. It is understood that the Mumbai-based Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH), which had been the centre for written exams of Britain’s prestigious Member of Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH) since 2009, will now also conduct the clinical examinations.

MRCPCH is a prestigious international exam recognized by the Indian government. Indian doctors have the opportunity to take an international post-graduate exam without having to leave the country. The first MRCPCH clinical examinations will be conducted at KDAH here June 16 and 17.

A team of senior consultants from Britain’s National Health Service led by Ramesh Mehta, who is Royal College’s principal regional examiner for south Asia, along with Education and Assessment Adviser of MRCPCH Graeme Muir, will oversee the conduct of the examination in partnership with a team of senior consultants from India.

Once the Indian doctors clear the MRCPCH exams, they would be armed with advanced clinical knowledge and also be permitted to use the designation ‘MRCPCH (UK)’, or go for higher qualifications.

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