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Tuesday, 21 September 2021 1.34 PM IST

Registration within two months for those who studied allied health courses outside Kerala

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Health Minister Veena George on Tuesday informed the assembly that the process of giving Kerala Paramedical Council registration to those who have studied allied health courses from other states will start within two months.

"Those who have studied the course from other states need to be registered with the Paramedical Council to work in Kerala. They must also have an equivalency certificate from the Kerala Health University to work in the state. It is also necessary for those seeking jobs abroad. For this, a new law at the national level and the National Allied Health and Paramedical Commission came into force in March. As part of this, the State Allied Health and Paramedical Commission will be established in the state. A high-powered committee has also been appointed to determine the registration criteria. Registration applications will be accepted within two months," the minister said while replying to a calling attention motion by AKM Ashraf. The minister said that applications can be submitted for the equivalency certificate of Kerala Health University in compliance with the criteria prepared in 2015.

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