MBBS NEXT-1 marks will be valid for 5 years latest news today in hindi

MBBS NEXT-1 marks will be valid for five years latest news update 2023

Arrangement for admission in medical license and PG courses, candidates can appear for any number of times

Latest Updated 02/07/2023: The National Medical Commission has set the rules for the MBBS Next (National Exit Test), which is going to be held for the first time for admission to PG courses in medical colleges across the country. Once a candidate gives Next Phase-1, his/her marks will be valid for five years for admission to courses like MD and MS in medical colleges.

Candidates will be able to take this exam multiple times to improve their marks and rank. Provided that within 10 years of admission in MBBS, they have passed the Next Stage-2 examination. If the candidate re-appears in the Next Phase 1 exam, then the score of the previous exam will not be considered for admission to PG. Only the result of final exam will be valid. Means, if the marks of the candidate in the second examination are less than the first time, then only the marks of the second examination will be valid for admission.

MBBS Next-1 marks will be valid for 5 years notification latest news update 2023 in hindi

MBBS NEXT Exam will be conducted in 2 parts

Exam will be in two parts Next will be in two phases. Phase 1 will be Computer Based Examination. There will be multiple choice questions. Only its marks will be valid for admission in PG, but the candidate must pass the Phase 2 exam as well. MBBS final year students will have to appear for Next Phase 2 after passing Next Phase 1 and doing one year internship. There will be viva-voce, practical and clinical questions in this exam. Those who pass both the exams will get the medical license. Whereas, for admission in PG, the rank will be decided from the marks of Next Phase 1 only.

Mock test will be conducted for the first time on July 28. Before this exam, mock test will also be organized for the students studying MBBS across the country. It will be organized on 28 July. Registrations for final year students for mock test have already started from 28th June.

● From which batch of students MBBS Next is going to start?

First of all, it is being organized for the students who have taken admission in MBBS in the year 2019.

● What are the options for the students of earlier batch? Do they also have to take this exam?

For the students of the first batch of 2019, who have passed the MBBS exam, the NEET PG exam will be conducted only once.

● Students who have passed MBBS exam from abroad will also have to appear in National Exit Test?

Students who have passed MBBS from abroad will have to first appear in the Next Step 1 exam. Those who pass it will do one year internship and then give the next step 2 exam. Till now there was a separate exam for these students, which was called FMGE. After passing this exam, they have to do one year internship.

● If a candidate has appeared in MBBS NEXT once but wants to appear again for a good rank in PG, can he do so?

Next Step 1 can be given any number of times to improve your score. Provided Next Step 2 has been passed. Must pass the Next 1 and 2 test within a period of 10 years from the date of admission to MBBS course.

● If a student has appeared in the MBBS Next Step 1 exam multiple times, then which score will be valid?

Next 1 score will be valid for PG for 5 years. In case, the student takes the Next Step 1 exam multiple times to improve the score, then the score of the final exam will be considered.

Tie breaker rule for rank also

Among the students who get equal marks in the examination, the student who appears in the next examination respectively will get a better rank.

1. Medicine and Allied Disciplines
2. Surgery and Allied Disciplines
3. Obstetrics and Gynecology
4. Pediatrics
5. Otorhinolaryngology
6. Ophthalmology

The student who scores more marks in these subjects will get a better rank. The National Medical Commission has decided to conduct the first mock test for this exam on 28th July. Delhi AIIMS is conducting mock test. There is also negative marking in this.

50% marks will have to be brought in each of the 6 subjects in the final year

According to Dr. Sarvesh Pandey of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, to pass the MBBS final exam, it will be mandatory to score 50 marks separately in all six subjects in Next 1. In case of failure in one or more subjects in Next 1, the examination of only those subjects will have to be given in the next attempt. After this the students will be eligible for internship.

This change from before

MBBS National Exit Examination (NEXT) is replacing NEET PG for PG courses in medical colleges. It will be a qualifying exam for final year MBBS students. This will also be necessary for the licenses of allopathic doctors. Admission to PG (Post Graduate) courses will be done on the basis of performance in the NEXT Exam. In addition, graduates with medical degrees from abroad will be allowed to pursue doctorate in the country.