It''s confusing about the 1) who will conduct MBBS final exam and 2)who will conduct NEXT exam in place of NEET
Will a candidate not get PG seat ever if he doesn''t get it in first chance?
What would be the pattern of the national exit exam ? If it remains the same MCQ based pattern like the current NEET , then it would be a mere replacement of NEET which could also mean that students might start joining coaching centres during 2nd/3rd year to prepare for the National exit exam . However , it would be useful if it is based on clinical bedside medicine .
Good step. Lots of tough exams for the kids in six years.
MBBS Exit exam cant be criteria for PG admission as there wot be any provision to improve their rank so as to opt for PG specialization of their choice.
Dilution of eligibility tests will certainly jeopardize the quality , competence of the pass outs. Current MBBS admission minimum score itself diluted to the extent that any students can get admission in MBBS those who can afford the payments ; During 2018 the required entrance score was 119 / 730 (if my memory is right) such dilution is at the expense of poor patients. If the government want to improve the education system to world class institutions the selection procedure and infrastructure facilities to be world class .
What about management quota mbbs students who scored only 130 or little more and got a mbbs seat ...power of mou. Find the solution please to this?
No poor quality candidates should be allowed to take admission or else it would turn out to be a serious issue and like engineering candidates would turn food delivery boy
We should scrap the western medicine system and embrace the true hindu way of vedic medicine system. Jai hindutva
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