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Medical Council of India (MCI) vis-a-vis National Medical Commission (NMC)

As is required of every Top Medical College, the syllabus, campus and faculty of UV Gullas College of Medicine, has been ratified by the MCI (Medical Commission of India) today also known as the National Medical Commission (NMC). The current dynamic reforms implemented by the Government of India, warrants us to talk about the recent developments with regards to MBBS – both within and abroad. With a rise in the number of students expressing interest to do MBBS abroad, there are a few Questions that comes afore and they are : About MBBS from abroad MBBS Abroad is not valid in India. It [...]

FMGE – Eligibility, Purpose and Syllabus

An Over view of FMGE 1 Purpose of Examination : An Indian Citizen/Overseas Citizen of India possessing a Primary Medical qualification awarded by any Medical institution outside of India who is desirous of getting Provisional/ Permanent registration with State Medical Council needs to pass this exam to prove their knowledge . 2 Periodicity : Twice a year (June/December) 3 Pattern of Examination : MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) based with single correct response 4 No. of Questions : 300 5 Time allotted : 2 hrs and 30 min for each part i.e. total 5 hrs 6 Negative Marking : No 7 [...]

MCI Screening Tests of the FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduates Exam) and NEET PG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test)

NEET PG is a filteration program implemented by the MCI now also called the NMC for MBBS aspirants looking forward to further their studies in Medicine. The number of colleges/Institutes participating in NEET PG is expected to be around 114 as on 2020. But, the scores of NEET PG are widely accepted and thus the total number of colleges accepting the scores of NEET PG will differ. As of this date, NEET PG will be conducted only once in a year. If there is any change in the format or frequency of the examination. Not all institutes consider NEET PG [...]

NTA – National Testing Agency and its Role in NEET

NTA (National Test Agency) – What is National testing Agency (NTA) and how does it work? National Testing Agency creation was approved by the Union Cabinet under the chairmanship of PMO India. The NTA has being registered as an autonomous testing organization. It conducts entrance exams for higher educational institutions. National Testing Agency (NTA) has been established as a premier, specialist, autonomous and self-sustained testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for admission/fellowship in higher educational institutions. The undergraduate NEET (UG), for MBBS and BDS courses, is currently conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which provides the results to the Directorate General of Health Services at the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. About NEET NEET examination [...]

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