Know all About MCI Regulations – Those Study MBBS Abroad
All the regulations to Study MBBS Abroad are supervised by the MCI, Medical Council of India. According to the latest notification of MCI, every Indian aspirant who wishes to pursue MBBS in Abroad on or after 15 May, 2013 may not require any certificate of eligibility from Medical Council of India. Besides this, in accordance with the Graduate Medical Education Regulation Act 1997, a medical aspirant needs to fulfill the eligibility criteria. After the successful completion of the MBBS in Abroad, a student needs to qualify the screening test conducted n New Delhi by the National Board of Examinations and when the student passes this test, he/she would be given the certificate of provisional registration by the Medical Council of India.
The MCI Screening Test, FMGE – Foreign Medical Graduate Screening is a test for license conducted by NBE in New Delhi. This test is mandatory for those who Study MBBS Abroad so that they can practice medicine in India as well.
This examination has been conducted two times in a year, one in June another in December. The candidate giving this examination should be a citizen of India and require to hold a primary educational qualification from a recognized university by the Government of that country. The date for cut-off marks to receive the Primary Medical Qualification would be declared before the examination.