NEET must for MBBS-Abroad aspirant is the new reality likely to take place with immediate effect.
Already Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare moving all papers and arrangements; to make NEET compulsory for students desirous of pursuing medical education abroad.
If you do not qualify in NEET then NOC will not be issued to such MBBS-Abroad aspirants.
And if you do not get NOC, then you will be neither allowed to write the screening test nor allowed to practice in India.
Hence, dear MBBS-Abroad aspirants, all these past years you were lucky to get away from NEET, but not now.
This step is likely being taken because; the MBBS-Abroad returned doctors are miserably thus, failing in MCI Screening test conducted by National Board of Examination.
The passing mark is 50%, however, only from 13.09% to 26.9% is getting through.
NEET must for MBBS-Abroad aspirant Is a Reality
Thus the reason for this less percentage is the belief that the aspirants pursuing foreign medical education do not get sufficient clinical exposure.
Thus the reason, for poor performance in OBG, Pediatrics’ and Community Medicine. Hence, poor results in NBE conducted Screening test.
By summing up all the above factors, the health ministry is keen in implementing the above-discussed subject of NEET must for MBBS-Abroad aspirants.
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