MBBS Final Year Examination will be done simultaneously in government and private medical colleges across the country. This will be considered as a common exam. After passing the examination, students will be eligible for medical practice. They will not even need to give an exit examination. The Central Government has stamped the new draft of the National Medical Commission (NMC).
Universities and private medical colleges across the country conduct MBBS examinations for different universities. After doing MBBS, there was a proposal of separate examination to bring uniformity in the merit of the students, which was suggested to provide a license for medical practice only when passed. Medical students from all over the country have opposed this suggestion of NMC. The delegation of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) had expressed their disapproval of meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Health Minister JP Nadda. Given the opposition, the government was forced to amend the bill. Now the Common Examination will be conducted in all MBBS final year in all medical colleges.
What is the Exit Exam?
After the NMC passed the first MBBS final year examination, the students had provided an exit examination. Only after getting it, he could get a license for practice.
Screening Test for Foreign Students
Screening test of students study MBBS from Abroad is taken. Only when he passes it, he is given a license to practice. Such students will have to join the exit exam. Then the practice will get the license. Nodal Officer of MCI, GSVM Medical College, and Prof. Jalaj Saxena told that after the MBBS, there was a nationwide protest of exit exam separately, after which amendment was made. Now the examination of the MBBS Final Year will be held simultaneously in the country, which will be considered as an Exit Exam or Eligibility Test.
Source – Jagran.com