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Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery (also known as Licentiate in Medical Practice in some instances) is a medical degree of historical importance in India. During the British rule of India some universities conferred this qualification. The qualification was conferred on a candidate who, having completed a five-year course, passed the required examination. This was in contrast with the MB degree which was of same duration but the curriculum was larger. Bhore committee, a committee for public health improvement strategies, in 1946 decided to stop the LMC (or, LMP) degree, and recommended a single qualification for all doctors (MBBS). The qualification was known by some other names in some of the states/universities, such as Licentiate of Medical Faculty (LMF).

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  • Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery (also known as Licentiate in Medical Practice in some instances) is a medical degree of historical importance in India. During the British rule of India some universities conferred this qualification. The qualification was conferred on a candidate who, having completed a five-year course, passed the required examination. This was in contrast with the MB degree which was of same duration but the curriculum was larger. Bhore committee, a committee for public health improvement strategies, in 1946 decided to stop the LMC (or, LMP) degree, and recommended a single qualification for all doctors (MBBS). The qualification was known by some other names in some of the states/universities, such as Licentiate of Medical Faculty (LMF).
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  • Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery (also known as Licentiate in Medical Practice in some instances) is a medical degree of historical importance in India. During the British rule of India some universities conferred this qualification. The qualification was conferred on a candidate who, having completed a five-year course, passed the required examination. This was in contrast with the MB degree which was of same duration but the curriculum was larger. Bhore committee, a committee for public health improvement strategies, in 1946 decided to stop the LMC (or, LMP) degree, and recommended a single qualification for all doctors (MBBS). The qualification was known by some other names in some of the states/universities, such as Licentiate of Medical Faculty (LMF). The L.M.S. was also previously conferred in other former British colonies such as Ceylon, Malaysia and Singapore. The name of the degree has been adopted to Finland, where physicians usually hold the L.M. instead of M.D.
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