National Board of Examinations (NBE) is conducting FMGE Screening Test 2012 for Indian candidates who pursued MBBS outside India. Candidates who have primary medical qualification (MBBS) awarded by any medical institution outside India have to qualify in this test to practice in India. They should get provisional or permanent registration with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council on or after 15th March 2002 in order to practice in the country. The FMGE Screening Test is intended to facilitate that opportunity for MBBS graduates who achieved the degree from outside India:
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants should have a primary medical qualification (MBBS) recognized by the Govt. of the respective country. That qualification and the holder of qualification should be entitled for practice in the concerned country. Candidate should have an eligibility certificate awarded by MCI. This is applicable for those students who took admission abroad on or after 15th March 2002. Cut-off date for obtaining primary medical qualification (MBBS) shall be before the conduct of exam on 25th March 2012.
Selection Process: Selection of the candidates will be done based on the performance in entrance test which consists of 300 multiple choice questions. Applicants shall be declared as having passed the examination only if he or she has secured at least 50 percent marks. Interested candidates should refer the latest bulletin available at www.natboard.edu.in . You can download application forms from website www.natboard.edu.in and downloaded application forms should be submitted along with form fee of Rs.750. Examination fee is Rs 3500. Fore more information, you can refer at http://18.104.22.168/bulletin/fmge/bulletin/Booklet%20final.pdf
1) Last date for the receipt of application forms: 31st December 2011
2) Last date for the receipt of application forms with late fee: 15th January 2012
3) Dispatch of Admit Cards will begin: From last week of February 2012
4) Date of FMGE Screening Test: 25th March 2012 (Sunday).