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Aryabhatta Univ's Offbeat Degrees Accepted : MCI

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MCI Recognition To Colleges Under AKU
Recently, in a significant development, the MCI (Medical Council of India) has recognized the degrees awarded by Aryabhatta Knowledge University (AKU) to the students of all the Medical Colleges which are affiliated to it.

The recognition made by the MCAI has brought out a pleasant surprise to the medicos who had been agitating for quite some time past for the same. The medicos, who had passed the examination conducted by AKU, were being denied jobs by different organizations bounding to the non-recognition of their degrees by the MCI.

After repeated remainders from the university, the MCI has communicated its decision to recognize the medical colleges brought under the university's control and to recognize the degree awarded by the university. Around 6 government medical colleges which are attached to different universities in the state were brought under the control of AKU last year and the university has also successfully conducted their examination and published the results.

AKU which is presently functioning from Chanakya National Law University campus at Mithapur farm, has initiated necessary steps for starting post graduation and PhD courses in nanotechnology from this year. It had acquired space for construction of one classroom and two laboratories for the new course and the state government has sanctioned seven posts of teachers, including one professor, two associate professors and four assistant professors, for the course.

Find below the list of colleges that come under AKU :

  1. Bihar College of Pharmacy
  2. Patna Medical College : Patna
  3. Nalanda Medical College : Patna
  4. Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College: Gaya
  5. Jawaharlala Nehru Medical College : Bhagalpur
  6. Dharbanga Medical College : Dharbanga and
  7. Shri Krishna Medical College : Muzaffarpur

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