New Notifications by MCI to pursue NEET 2018
NEET is viewed as placement test in India which each applicant willing to be a specialist in Medical field needs to pass.
To seek any medical course at a graduate or at postgraduate level, from a government or private colleges, a student needs to pass NEET. This exam is approved worldwide by CBSE consistently to test the general knowledge of each individual with respect to Medicine. This exam is taken to restrict the students from the non-Medicinal background or someone with below average scores to get into Medical schools of India.
NEET is a popular exam for students willing to be a doctor, students right from their school days prepare themselves to pass NEET. This examination let students get admission into government medical universities, Dental colleges, and other private universities all over in India except for states like Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
MCI has recently notified that any student who has done his/her 10+2 from NIOS (National Institute of Open Learning) or State Open School and wishes to pursue a career in medicine outside India in the academic Year 2017-18 should be approaching the Council for Eligibility Certificate.
To make it all work Smoothly, all the students willing to pursue MBBS are informed about the requirement of obtaining Eligibility Certificate to pursue MBBS.
According to the Foreign Medical Institution Regulation, 2002″, no candidate is allowed to take admission into MBBS or any equivalent exam unless:
1. He/she shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission to such course.
2. He/She shall pass qualifying exam as under:
The last two years of Higher secondary education should comprise of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and Mathematics or any other elective subject with English.
A higher Secondary examination in Science by a recognized board or any other recognized body with the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology which shall include a practical test in the same subjects and English as a Compulsory Subject.