According to sources, a new verdict has been sanctioned named-One-Time Exemption from NEET to pursue MBBS abroad.
According to the verdict, there are around 5 rules which are described below-
- Indian students who want to apply for MBBS admission in foreign countries have to obtain Eligibility Certificate from MCI. And the students, who have obtained their medical degree from foreign institutions and want to have permanent or provisional registration from MCI or State Medical Council, have to qualify FMGE.
- Ministry has noticed that the students who take admission without any assessment or any entrance examination find it difficult to pass the FMGE test as a result of which it has been made compulsory to give NEET and the result of the same will be considered as Eligibility Certificate.
- The medical students who have already taken admission in Russia before 31 May 2018 and their joining date is 15 September 2018 should have applied for NEET because according to news it was announced on 22 February 2018 that NEET is mandatory for admission in abroad and the last date to fill the registration form for NEET was 31 March 2018.
- For the students who did not have any news regarding the same have the one-time exemption for NEET-UG 2018 under following terms and condition-
- The students should have a undertaking that they had not registered for NEET-UG 2018.
- They have to take MCI Eligibility Certificate for the registration prior to admission.
- MCI will verify the undertaking from CBSE whether it is genuine or not. In case the undertaking found is false or forged, appropriate law actions will be taken against the candidate along with cancellation of Eligibility Certificate.
- There will be no exemption for the candidate who has appeared for the NEET-UG 2018 but failed to obtain minimum marks.
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