Requirements? Appearing Screening Test after MBBS Abroad

Requirements? Appearing Screening Test after MBBS Abroad

Plans to study MBBS in abroad? Enrolled in any MCI approved medical college in the world and now want to register yourself with the National Medical Commission or State Medical Council, then the NMC has issued important guidelines for this. Also, in that official notification all the details of the foreign medical colleges and university provided by the Indian Embassy and high commission situated in various countries.

The recent notification issued by the National Medical commission has made clear that any students who have completed his/her MBBS degree from abroad after 15 march 2002 then they have to fulfil the eligibility criteria to appear in the screening test and get permanent registration in the medical commission in India.

Here is the eligibility which is mandatory to be completed by the students to sit in the medical screening test.

  1. The applicant should be an Indian citizen or he/she must hold any overseas ID card like NRI and etc. Also, if he/she completed any primary medical education from a recognized institution.
  2. He/she should hold a certificate of eligibility to get admission in undergraduate courses offered by the MCI approved medical colleges. However, this eligibility will not affect those students who got admission before 15 march 2002.
  3. NEET exam will be taken as eligibility certificate for those medical aspirants who have got admission after May 2018. The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET 2021) is mandatory to qualify to get admission in foreign medical colleges for this session students. The NEET results will be valid for the next three years from the date of declaration.
  4. Students who got their medical graduation degree from the medical universities of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom or the United States of America shall not have to appear or qualify the screening test in India. Also, students who got their post-graduation degree from the above-mentioned country will be offered permanent registration.

Once the candidate qualified the screening test then he/she can apply for the permanent registration with the National Medical Council or state medical council.