NExT Mandatory for all MBBS passing out of Indian Institutions. But where's the clarity?

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NExT Mandatory for all MBBS passing out of Indian Institutions. But where’s the clarity?

| Updated: September 3, 2022 10:54

National Medical Commission has mandated that those who have cleared the MBBS exams in India will also be required to clear ‘NEXT” exam in order to commence medical practice. So far, only the students who have studied MBBS from outside India were required to undergo this test.

The new notification from the Nationa Medical Commission will put the MBBS students within India with the students who clear MBBS from Taiwan, China and the Philippines.

In India, the cost and effort to clear the MBBS exam after the 12th standard are very high and demanding. In comparison to the average cost of Rs.60 lacs in India, in other countries, an MBBS degree is available at the cost of Rs.40 lacs.

In the countries like UK and US also, MBBS degree holders from India are required to succeed in the local exam. Similarly, the National Medical Commission required the MBBS from Russia, China, the Philippines and other countries to clear a local exam called “NEXT”

However, the framework of the examination, such as the syllabus and the nature of the examination, whether analytical or multiple choice questions, is also yet to be decided. NMC is not yet fully prepared to conduct the test in a few months’ time and, therefore, the earliest it can happen is in 2024.

Some experts believe that due to this notification, there will be an added burden of examination on MBBS from India. They have to clear NEET as well. It also means that the value of MBBS in India and MBBS from other countries is equated with this notification. Generally speaking, the cost and effort of an MBBS in India are far higher and more strenuous than MBBS in other countries in Asia.

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