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India has finally revised its MBBS curriculum after a long gap of 21 years, recognising the importance of training students not just to be good doctors, but also good communicators.
The Medical Council of India on Friday finalised the new undergraduate curriculum, which will roll out nationally from the 2019 session starting August. The Board of Governors has approved the document which revisits the 1997 syllabus in context of emerging diseases and scientific advances.
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