The National Medical Commission (NMC) has introduced stringent measures to address issues like ghost faculty and inadequate infrastructure in medical colleges. The guidelines, titled "Minimum Standard of Requirements for Postgraduate Courses-2023 (PGMSR-2023)," mandate that faculty members refrain from private practice during college hours and maintain a minimum attendance of 75%. Hospitals are required to ensure 80% bed occupancy throughout the year, with 15% of beds designated for ICU/HDU. These measures aim to optimize patient care and faculty commitment. The guidelines also emphasize infrastructure standards, including a minimum bed count for postgraduate medical colleges and the provision of digital recordkeeping and well-equipped blood banks. Overall, the guidelines aim to enhance the quality of medical education and healthcare services in the country.