Jul 08, 2016
FMGE is a screening examination conducted by the NBE. This examination is binding on Indian citizens who have obtained a medical degree from a foreign university and wants to serve as a medical practitioner in India.
Candidates who qualify the exam are granted license to practice in India.
This article will cast light on the Documents Required for FMG Examination.
|S. No.||Document Name|
|1.||Copy of MBBS Pass Certificate (in English/Hindi)|
|2.||Copy of MBBS pass certified by the Embassy|
|3.||Copy of Address proof (Voter Id/Passport/Driving License)|
|5.||Annexure B (Page no. of Information Bulletin)|
|6.||Copy of Date of Birth Proof (Certificate of Matriculation)|
|7.||Copy of Passport of the applicant (Front and Last Page) Not a mandatory requirement for candidates who have done their MBBS from Nepal|
|8.||Copy of 10+2 passing certificate|
|9.||Copy of 10+2 mark sheet|
|10.||Copy of internship certificate (If done overseas)|
|11.||Copy of eligibility certificate issued by MCI (if applicable)|
|12.||Copy of fail certificate /result for Ex-candidates.|
Also read: How to Prepare for FMGE in 5 Months
We are sure that this article will assist you in getting acquainted with the document requirements for FMGE.Also Read our blogs for FMGE Preparation :
|5 Mistakes To Avoid Before Taking the FMGE Exam||5 Things Not To Do 1 Month Before FMGE Exam|
|How to Ace the FMG Exam: 30-Day Revision Strategy||5 Tips to Stay Motivated for Fmg Exam|
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