Health Ministry recognizes BDS degrees
GK NEWS NETWORK
ew Delhi, June 2: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, has granted approval to recognize the BDS degree awarded by University of Kashmir in respect of students of Govt. Dental College Srinagar with increase in intake capacity from 20 to 50 seats.
The permission to increase the intake capacity from 20 to 50 was granted on 15.7.2006 for the academic session which was renewed for all the subsequent academic sessions till 2011-2012.
After the first batch appeared for final examination, the matter of recognition of BDS degree was taken up for consideration by Dental Council of India.
On recommendations of DCI, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare granted its approval to the proposed recognition.
Similarly approval to the recognition of BDS degrees awarded by University of Jammu in respect of students of Institute of Dental Sciences, Sehora, Jammu with intake capacity of 100 seats was also granted by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare w.e.f. 18.11.2011 onwards.
With these decisions, J&K State has also joined the group of states that are producing trained and qualified professionals in the field of dentistry who can serve the state as well as any other part of the country.
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