Medico Legal Corner
What happens if the state medical council does not decide the complaint in six months?
Dr KK Aggarwal and Ms Ira Gupta, 17 June 2018
If the state medical council does not decide the matter in six months, then the case can be taken over by the MCI. The MCI Code of Ethics Section 8.7 is self explanatory in this regard.MCI Act 8.7: Where either on a request or otherwise the Medical Council of India is informed that any complaint against a delinquent physician has not been decided by a State Medical Council within a period of six months from the date of receipt of complaint by it and further the MCI has reason to believe that there is no just
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