They said teaching was conducted online, but exams were held offline as a result of which the students faced a lot of problems while answering the questions.
According to the bill, all seats will be filled by the Centre and the states will have no role in it, the IMA pointed out.
The medical association in its July 30 reply has also called the allegations bald, unsubstantiated, and not maintainable in law, adding that the application deserves to be rejected by the court.
It can be recalled that sometime ago, Dr Kakkilaya was booked for not wearing mask in a supermarket based on a complaint from the shop owner.
HC rejects IMA chief's plea against court order asking him not to use platform to propagate religion
The trial court had passed the order on a plea filed against Jayalal for allegedly starting a defamatory campaign against the Hindu religion by way of promoting Christianity.
The IMA argued that oxygen requirement is more only during the pandemic and the oxygen plants to be set up by spending crores of rupees in hospitals will have no demand once the pandemic is over.
However, a larger number of cases of fungal infections have been found linked with the coronavirus infection during the recent surge, the government informed Parliament.
In a letter to the NMC, the IMA warned that the one-week period exposure especially in another system of medicine will only pave the way for a "half-baked mixopathy, which is disastrous for the countr
The Indian Medical Association had also written to Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami recently asking him to not allow the yatra to go ahead in the interest of the state and the country.
Voicing concern over governments and people being complacent and engaging in mass gatherings without following protocols, the IMA said these events are potential super spreaders for a third wave.
The fortnight-long yatra that begins with the onset of the month of Shravan around July 25 and goes on till the first week of August sees Kanwariyas from neighbouring states gathering in Haridwar.
Multiple FIRs have been lodged against Ramdev in Patna and Raipur following complaints by the Indian Medical Association.
The Doctors' Day is observed in the honour of noted doctor and former West Bengal chief minister Bidhan Chandra Roy, whose birth and death anniversaries fall on July 1.
It opined that the focus on stopping the spread among mildly symptomatic and asymptomatic patients with community support could avoid numerous preventable deaths.
Wearing black dresses and sporting black badges, the doctors and other health staff staged protests and raised slogans.