The National Medical Commission has cautioned medical aspirants against fake MBBS allotment letters bearing the signature of the NMC Secretary. NMC has clarified that it does not issue any letters for admission to medical colleges or allocate medical college seats.
The National Medical Commission (NMC) has issued a warning to medical aspirants against fake MBBS allotment letters that bear the signature of the NMC Secretary. In this article, we discuss the commission’s statement and urge students and parents to remain vigilant. Subheadings:
The National Medical Commission (NMC) has issued a warning to medical aspirants to beware of fake MBBS allotment letters. According to the commission, fraudulent letters have been written with the purported signature of the NMC secretary. These miscreants try to dupe students and their parents by issuing fake allotment letters that appear to be genuine.
The NMC has made it clear that neither the commission nor its boards issue any letters for admission to medical colleges, nor are they involved in the process of allocating medical college seats. The commission has urged students and their parents to be cautious and avoid falling prey to such scams.
In an official notice released by the NMC, it has been stated that the fraudulent allotment letters were issued under the alleged signature of the NMC Secretary. The notice also clarifies that none of the officers of NMC and its Boards issue any letter for admission to medical colleges or are involved in the medical college allotment process.
The commission has emphasized that such incidents are intended to tarnish the image of the NMC, which is mandated to supervise the highest ethical standards in the medical profession. The notice warns medical aspirants and their parents to stay vigilant and not to be misled by such fraudulent activities.
- “Such incidents are also intended to tarnish the image of the National Medical Commission which in fact is mandated to supervise highest ethical standards in medical profession.” – Official Notice by NMC
- “It is brought to the notice of the public that none of the officers of NMC and its Boards issue any letter either for admission in the medical college or is involved in the medical college allotment process.” – Official Notice by NMC
Call to Action: Stay vigilant and verify the authenticity of any admission letters or allotment letters received. Report any fraudulent activity to the concerned authorities immediately.