national exit exam

  • Centre plans exit exam for MBBS Students

    Centre plans exit exam for MBBS Students

    The Government is considering instituting an exit examination for MBBS students passing out from Government and Private Medical colleges. This decision has come in the wake of recommendations from the Medical Council of India (MCI) and parliamentary standing committee on health and family welfare.

  • Clear NEXT after MBBS: To become a doctor

    Recently, the Health Ministry of the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill 2016 has prepared a draft, suggesting an exit exam at MBBS level which is also associated with combined counseling at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and reservations of about 50% of the seats of the postgraduate courses for medical officers.

  • Exit exam for Medical Students made mandatory.

    Medical students will now be required to do a little more than completing a five and a half year long medical degree to secure the ‘Doctor’ title.

    The Union Health Ministry on December 29th 2016 unveiled the draft Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill 2016 according to which MBBS students will now be required to qualify the National Exit Test (NEXT).

    The test is anticipated to create a level-playing field in Medical education which is progressively becoming privatized.

  • Green Signal for Exit Exam after MBBS

    Exit exam will be made compulsory with an objective to improve the quality of MBBS graduates passing every year in order to accomplish the basic criteria which is related to quality and proper diagnosis by physicians for the society.

  • NITI Aayog plans National Exit Exam for MBBS, Seeks Comments

    NITI Aayog plans National Exit Exam for MBBS, Seeks Comments

    A National-level exit exam may soon be in place for passing MBBS in India. NITI Aayog has proposed a National Entry and Exit exam in its Draft National Medical Commission Bill, 2016.

    This has come as a move to regulate the medical education in the country.

  • Supreme Court sets up panel to oversee MCI Functioning

    Supreme Court sets up three panel to oversee MCI Functioning

    The Supreme Court set-up a three member committee headed by Lodha to oversee the functioning of MCI including its statutory functions and examine all the policy decisions of MCI.

    This has been done to curb the blatant corruption in MCI that has lead to status renewal of sub standard medical colleges and brought down the level of medical education in India as a whole.

  • You can change government’s decision on MBBS exit exam. Make your voice heard.


    Are you against the National Exit exam (NEXT) exam and 50% quota or are you in favor?

    The government has not yet finalized their decision on NEXT and it’s just a proposal.

    Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) asked suggestions from general public before they implement the MBBS exit exam (NEXT) and 50% quota in PG courses.