NEET compulsory to Study MBBS in Bangladesh

NEET compulsory for foreign medical study including MBBS in Bangladesh

NEET not exemption to Study MBBS in Bangladesh. who had not at all registered for NEET 2019 and desire to take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in a medical university outside the country during 2019-20 -. Not Possible Now.

NEET 2018 to NEET 2019: Changes made

NEET has seen many changes this year. In February 2018, NEET was made mandatory for even overseas MBBS aspirants, but many candidates planning to pursue MBBS abroad were not ready.

“In September, as a one-time exemption to medical aspirants, the High Court directed that students who did not enroll for NEET 2018 can study medicine abroad,” 

“Further, the High Court of Delhi gave a one-time exemption even to students who failed in NEET to study medicine abroad,” 

Thus, in 2018, the NEET mandate to study medicine in abroad was completely quashed. However, from 2019, NEET will be mandatory for every student dreaming of becoming a doctor.

Students who went abroad in 2019 to study medicine had to take an eligibility certificate from MCI whether they had qualified NEET or not.

Rise in applicants to foreign medical colleges in 2018
Medical colleges abroad saw a rise in the number of applicants in 2018 because from 2019, they wouldn’t be able to do so without clearing NEET first.

To avail this exemption, the person should furnish an undertaking that he/she had not registered/appeared for NEET 2018 and that they will obtain an Eligibility Certificate from the Medical Council of India, prior to admission / joining the foreign medical institute.

Non Qualified NEET Can’t Apply MBBS Abroad

The Council may at its discretion verify from the CBSE whether such undertaking is genuine or not. In case, the undertaking is found to be fake/false/forged, appropriate action as permissible in law, including cancellation of Eligibility Certificate would be taken against such candidates. The decision is pursuant to the Order dated 30/08/2018 passed by the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi at New Delhi in WP(C) No.8091/2018, on the matter of grant of exemption from the requirement of NEET in respect of Indian Citizens who are desirous to take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in medical universities outside the country. The announcement of MCI is available at the ‘Latest News’ link of www.mciindia.org/CMS

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Those who didn’t take NEET not free to study abroad this year

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