October 03, 2007

Indian doctors can work in Singapore without exams

Doctors and nurses from 29 Indian medical colleges and nursing institutes will be able to work in Singapore without any examination, under the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between India and the South East Asian economic powerhouse.

The government has identified nine medical colleges and 20 nursing institutes to be recognised by Singapore authorities.

“Doctors and nurses will be able to go and work in Singapore without any tests,” commerce secretary Mr GK Pillai said.

He said Singapore has agreed to extend this facility to India under CECA which has been in implementation for the last two years and covers investment, trade in services and merchandise goods.
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5 comments:

Durga said...

Has the list of institutes recognised by Singapore Govt. released yet? I wanted to check the list of Nursing institutes...but can't find it anywhere. Kindly notify if anyone knows this information to durga_dp@yahoo.com. Thanks and Regards..Durga Prasad.

Durga said...

Has the list of institutes recognised by Singapore Govt. released yet? I wanted to check the list of Nursing institutes...but can't find it anywhere. Kindly notify if anyone knows this information to durga_dp@yahoo.com. Thanks and Regards..Durga Prasad.

Anonymous said...

MAMC was on the list of Singapore Medical Council but has been removed recently in Nov 2009.Does anybody have any info regarding this?Am in a fix................please email me at anmom28@gmail.com

mamczindabad

murali.subrahmanyam said...

What about doctors from other than 9 institutes listed? Can they appear for some local examination for selection?

murali.subrahmanyam said...

Is it possible for an indian doctor to pursue post graduate education in Singapore? What options and the likely period and cost? Thanks.

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