Foreign universities MBBS: Medical Council of India new notification released


According to the new notification of Medical Council of India 2019 foreign universities MBBS batch students must eligible to qualify in NEET examination.

The Medical Council of India has notified the eligibility criteria for the NEET examination in the year 2018. but later withdrew the notice.
Hence, some students have been given medical training in foreign universities without the need of NEET qualification.

The students have to get the eligibility from certificate from the medical council of India .however, the students of 2019(for those are eligible qualified the MCI does not need the eligibility certificate).
Those who have completed their foreign studies in foreign universities need medical examination of the screening test of MCI. This exam is for 300 marks .The students will have to write two papers that is 150 marks each. The students will pass one who gets 150 marks.

In 2019, the students of self-financing medical college in India are also aware that MCI screening test will be conducted them too on the same bases as next exam.

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