Core Medical Training in Aster is a unique new partnership in India between the London, Edinburgh and Glasgow Colleges of Physicians in the UK and Aster Medcity in Kerala. Physician training of young graduate doctors will be delivered to the same standard as in the UK , undertaking the same curriculum and assessments. Aster Medcity with JRCPTB (Joined Royal College Of Physician Training Board, UK) will deliver CMT for the first time in India. Aster Medcity will be the second in the world after Iceland to deliver CMT outside UK. There is undoubtedly a need for physicians with the ability to investigate, treat and diagnose patients with acute and chronic medical symptoms, with the provision of high quality review skills for inpatients and outpatients fulfilling the requirement of specialist-led continuity of care. This curriculum will provide physicians with these skills. In Aster Medcity the CMT programme is for 3 years as trainees enter the programme after internship. The trainees have to complete the full CMT programme including work place based assessments and their MRCP(UK) examinations during this period. The MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination (Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills) - PACES examination is held in Aster Medcity and other sites in India. The MRCP(UK) PACES exam is designed to test the clinical knowledge and skills of trainee doctors who hope to enter higher specialist training (ST3) in UK.. Trainees must have passed the Part 1 written examination within the last 7 years before taking PACES. The exam sets rigorous standards to ensure that trainees are competent across a range of skills and ready to provide a high standard of care to patients. In PACES, candidates are assessed on their ability to carry out essential clinical skills.