The National Medical Commission (NMC) has guided the clinical schools to scare the MBBS course culmination date to conclude the National Exit Test (NExt 2023) test date. In December of last year, the commission issued draft regulations for postgraduate medical education, medical courses, and a license to practice medicine in India.
The NMC stated in a letter to each state’s Director of Medical Education: The Public Leave Test (NExt) guidelines are probably going to be concluded in practically no time and would be set before the NMC in the following gathering to be planned for June 2023.”
The commission stated that the date of completion of the MBBS course is required to finalize the date of the NExT exam. As a result, it has asked all DMEs to notify all medical colleges in their respective state and union territories of the likely date of completion of the MBBS program.
In December 2022, the draft regulation for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test-Postgraduate (NEET PG 2023) was released. The guidelines stipulate that the exam will be divided into two sections: theoretical and practical. The practical exam will take place in the second week of March, while the NExT theory exam will take place in the second week of December. There will be six papers on the NExT exam: medicine and related fields, surgery and related fields, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, otorhinolaryngology, and ophthalmology; applied aspects of all subjects covered by I MBBS and II MBBS; and applied aspects of all subjects covered by III MBBS/Final MBBS Part l. Students who have completed their third year of MBBS will be eligible to apply.
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