The SRI LANKA MEDICAL COUNCIL is a statutory body established for the purpose of protecting health care seekers by ensuring the maintenance of academic and professional standards, discipline and ethical practice by health professionals who are registered with it.
As presently constituted the Council has representation from medical faculties of the state universities as well as from professionals in the state and private sector.
It is a body corporate having perpetual succession and a common seal.
The general duty of the Council is to protect the public and uphold the reputation of the profession. The Council does this by maintaining and publishing registers of qualified persons in different categories to practice each discipline, by prescribing the standard of education and standard of medical education, providing advice on professional conduct and medical ethics and taking action against those who are registered with the Council if it appears that they have become unfit to practice and exercise the privileges of registration.
The Medical (Amendment) Act No. 30 of 1987 makes provision for the Council to enter and make inquiries at recognized universities and institutions to ascertain whether the courses of study, the degree of proficiency at examinations conducted for conferment of qualifications and staff, equipment and facilities provided at such universities and institutions conform to prescribed standards. If they fail to conform to prescribed standards, the council may recommend to the Minister to withdraw such recognition.
THE EXAMINATION FOR REGISTRATION TO PRACTICE MEDICINE IN SRI LANKA
ERPM Parts B and C – Batticaloa Center
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES
The Examination will be conducted at the Auditorium of the Teaching Hospital in Batticaloa.
Please follow the scheduled timetable.
Head of the Examination Unit
Notice to candidates due to sit ERPM Part B & C from 5th April 2021 who have not received the admission card and time table yet
Due to the prevailing postal strike those candidates from amongst those ERPM Registration stated below, who have not received the admission card and time table yet, are requested to contact the examination unit of SLMC urgently to be informed of alternative arrangements.
Notice to candidates due to sit ERPM Part B & C
Sri lanka Medical Council is in the process of preparation for the above-mentioned registration. The medical graduates mentioned in the notice are eligible to apply.2021.03.30
Provisional Registration Notice 2021
Sri Lanka Medical Council will receive applications for the above examination from Monday 11th January 2021 to Monday 25th January 2021 from 9.30 am to 1.00 p.m.Please download the web notice and application. Dr. Ananda Hapugoda, Registrar - 08.01.2021