NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam) is the common entrance exam for Medical Aspirants. It is conducted by CBSE. Based on the criteria they invite the students. And to attend the counseling for all India quota and state quota seats.
NEET 2018 comes with many new regulations and rules, including a removal of the cap on the number of NEET attempts. Addition of Urdu as a language option and increased.
For those who dream of becoming doctors or entering the medical field through NEET. It’s crucial to understand the roadmap to secure admission in the colleges which accept NEET score.
It is important to understand that performance in the exam cannot be altered. But with but with strategic thinking and planning towards admission procedures. It is possible to secure a good medical institute and pursue one’s medical dreams.
WHAT WERE THE EFFECTS WHEN NEET BECAME COMPULSORY FOR MBBS IN ABROAD?
After NEET was made compulsory even for students pursuing medical courses in abroad. Parents of nearly 100 students who are studying in Phillippines met at Maninagar on Sunday to decide on the next course of action. Today, the parents and an agent from each state will gather in Delhi to meet the Union Health Minister to gain clarity on the new rule.
The parents said: “The first year is a premedical course and the medical course is taught over the remaining four years. Now, the biggest question for us is if it is mandatory for students who cleared NEET in 2017 to reappear for NEET in 2018? We will request the ministry to exclude these students.
BEFORE 2018 IT WAS NOT COMPULSORY TO CLEAR NEET FOR MBBS IN ABROAD.
Before May 2018, NEET is not must to study medicine abroad. But now it is must. I thought that this happened because of screening test pass percentage and other criteria, MCI (Medical Council of India) decided that NEET (entrance exam) is also must for students who go to study medicine in abroad.
This rule will be applicable to students who go to study medicine abroad after June 1, 2018.
Then only you can eligible to apply further. If you are not clear the exam and complete your medical education in abroad. Then you will not allow to sit for a screening exam and also you will not allow practicing in India. All the best for your career.
NEET not required for current MBBS students in ALL Foreign Institutes.
Qualifying the (NEET) is not mandatory for students already pursuing their MBBS from foreign institutes.
The Ministry has put to rest the concerns of this students by confirming that this rule will be in force only from NEET 2018 onwards . Thus, students who have already taken admission under current regulations to pursuea primary medical course by taking Eligibility Certificate from MCI are exempted from qualifying NEET,” the press note states.
SOME NEW RULES DECLARED IN 2018 FOR NEET EXAMINATION.
As declared by the Ministry , the Medical Council of India (MCI) had amended the Screening Test Regulations. Making it mandatory to qualify NEET to pursue MBBS in foreign institutes. Until recently, Indian students interested in pursuing medical courses abroad / They were required to obtain an Eligibility Certificate from the MCI after clearing Class XII. If they wished to return and practice or study further in India. Then they were required to appear in and qualify a screening test known as the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE).
WHAT’S THE NEW UPDATES ON NEET FOR MBBS IN ABROAD?
The new rule is that all candidates interested in pursuing MBBS abroad can do so as per their wish. And therefore be unable to practice or study further in India in the future. Also, instead of approaching the MCI for the eligibility certificate for foreign admissions. The percentage of Indian students pursuing medical education abroad is the highest in China and Russia. There are approximately 7,000 students pursuing MBBS from abroad.