Hyderabad: National Medical Commission (NMC), the regulatory body for medical education in India, has directed medical colleges to respond in a timely manner to complaints of harassment and ragging made by first-year MBBS under-graduates and PG medicos.

The directions have come following instances of junior UG medical students and PG doctors taking

the extreme measure of committing suicide due to ragging and harassment from their seniors.

The regulatory body in a notice said that medical colleges were not promptly responding to the complaints of ragging and also not submitting their compliance report of Prevention and Prohibition of Ragging in Medical Colleges and Institution, Regulations, 2021.
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