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NEET UG 2020: Single Entrance Exam for All India UG Medical Admissions


 

As proffered in the act, under the new National Medical Commission, medical aspirants will be taking a uniform entrance exam across the country from next academic year for UG admissions in medical colleges across India.

Until now, Institutes of National Importance (INI), AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry governed by a separate Act of Parliament, were eligible to conduct their separate national-level entrance examination for the courses they offer.



As told by Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, “efforts are underway to constitute the National Medical Commission under the NMC Act at the earliest so that some major reforms can be implemented from the academic year 2020-21. A common NEET (UG) examination for entry into all medical colleges and also AIIMS, JIPMER, etc, will be implemented from 2020”.

A uniform exam will benefit students to appear for a single exam and single counselling window for all India admission, saving a lot of time and efforts. The exam pattern, questions, subject sections, etc changes are yet to be updated and will be a major factor for the students to strategise while preparing for the entrance exam.



The NMC also has a provision for conducting a single exam, National Exit Test (NEXT), that will act as the common final year MBBS exam, licentiate exam to practice medicine, criteria for admission to postgraduate (PG) medical courses, and screening test for foreign medical graduates wanting to work or study in India. According to the NMC Act, the NEXT results might also be used as a criterion to rank medical colleges in the country.



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Every year 1.5 lakh students appear for NEET-PG entrance exams for admission to around 50,000 PG Medical seats in India.

In a welcome move by Union Health Ministry to relieve medical students wanting to pursue post-graduate courses the Ministry has proposed NEXT as a centralised examination and discard NEET-PG.

“According to the amendments proposed in NMC Bill, entry into the PG programs will be on the basis of the results of the National Exit Test (NEXT), which would be held as a common final MBBS examination exam across the country. So, the candidates would not have to appear in a separate exam after clearing the MBBS final exam for admission to PG courses.

The final MBBS examination i.e. NEXT results would be prerequisite for admission to MD and MS programs and the students would also not be required to appear in a separate exam after MBBS to obtain a license to practice.

The NMC Bill was introduced in Parliament in December 2017, but it lapsed with the dissolution of the 16th Lok Sabha. The Bill proposed a national-level licence exam for all MBBS graduates India and Abroad for getting licence to practice in India and  provision of a ‘bridge course’ to allow practitioners of AYUSH courses to pursue allopath to address the “acute shortage” of doctors in the country. But it was removed due to strong protests by several doctor bodies.

The new amendment has been incorporated in the revised draft National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill which would be sent to the Cabinet soon, according to official sources.

However, for admission to PG courses at AIIMS, clearing a separate exam will remain mandatory. Also, the NEET Super Specialty, which is a national-level entrance exam for admission in DM/MCh courses, will continue, sources said.

This will regulate NEXT as a centralised examination that will regulate as MBBS UG level Exit examination and PG level medical courses entrance examination as well.


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