Graduate-level medical studies must be completed within nine years of admission
Graduate-level medical studies must be completed within nine years. In other words, the students have to take the degree within nine years after admission to the MBBS course. National Medical Commission (NMC) has given such instructions. Recently, the Commission issued the Graduate Medical Education Regulation 2023 (GMER-23).
According to the guidelines, students pursuing MBBS courses must have completed graduation within nine years of admission. Admission to graduation will be through general counselling. The counselling will be arranged for the students only after the declaration of the NET UG Result. The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) will be in charge of conducting the counseling concerned.
As per the new GMER guidelines, MBBS course students cannot take the exam more than four times in the first year. In view of that, the students will not be able to take their MBBS degree even at the graduate level after more than nine years from the course's enrollment date. The National Medical Commission has recommended uniform joint counselling in all medical institutions at the graduate level. That is, students must qualify for the NET UG exam to pursue a doctorate degree in India or abroad. Through the new guidelines, the NMC has once again clarified that the National Eligibility Test (NEET) for admission to medical degrees will be the standard entrance test for admission to MBBS in India and outside.
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