Since, there was a big dilemma for the Indian medical students, who had not qualified NEET-2018, has now acquired a clear picture of their admission status at the Top Medical Universities in Abroad. Board of Governors from Medical Council of India, has issued a notification and public notice on 5th April 2019, clarifying a major confusion of students who are not registered or qualified for NEET 2018. As per clause III of the public notice issued by BOG-
“Indian students/OCI, who have not qualified NEET-2018 and/or registered in NEET- 2018 and intending to take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in foreign medical institutions are exempted until the declaration of NEET-2019 result, which is scheduled to be declared on 5th June 2019. However, such candidates have to obtain an eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India u/s 13(4B) of the IMC Act, 1956” as quoted from MCI official.
Students need not get disheartened and can think about admission for MBBS in Abroad again as they still have a chance to apply and can confirm their admission in one of the Top Medical Universities in Abroad before 5th June 2019, with an ‘Eligibility Certificate’ issued by the Medical Council of India. Click Here to know more.