Is NEET compulsory for MBBS in abroad now?
NEET which is also known as National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, previously conducted as AIPMT, is the Entrance exam for admission in government medical Colleges. According to a recent update from the Medical council of India and ministry of health and family welfare, a student who wants to study MBBS in abroad or Medical course in abroad will have to clear NEET or qualify NEET before entry into Medical colleges in abroad.
yes now NEET is compulsory for MBBS in abroad within effect from December 2017
Below articles were published in 2017 June –August
But in December 2017 the below article confirms that NEET is compulsory for MBBS abroad
Now the fight of getting admissions in Abroad University for MBBS will be much tougher than before. On the brighter side, the student quality of batches in abroad universities will be much better and students who will go abroad for MBBS will be more focussed which will increase the pass percentage of FMGE (foreign medical graduate exam) which student need to clear after completion of their MBBS in Abroad.
Career growth is working with many universities in Abroad especially for MBBS. We have confirmed from our University Partners that now from 2018 it will be compulsory to qualify NEET for admissions in MBBS.
Career growth is helping students for admissions in Abroad for MBBS for countries such as China, Philippines and Georgia. Career growth is one stop shop which helps in services such as University selection, Genuine Counselling, Application, visa and after visa services.
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