Jul 11, 2016
This article will cast light on the rules and regulations for the screening test.
An Indian Citizen possessing a primary medical qualification from any medical institution outside India and wants to obtain permanent/provisional registration with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council will have to qualify the screening test conducted by the prescribed authority.
1. The screening test is conducted with the purpose to determine the eligibility of the candidate for his/her registration with the various Councils and qualifying the test will not confer any other right to the candidate.
2. The updates on the Scheme and Syllabus of the Screening Test shall be announced by the Medical Council of India from time to time.
3. The Screening Test will be conducted twice in a year as per the Schedule of examination announced by the conducting authority.
4. The Screening test would comprise of 2 MCQs based papers in Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical and Clinical Medicine and its allied subjects. The medium of test would be English and the duration of test will be 150 minutes for each part.
5. A candidate will be considered as passed only if he/she obtains a minimum of 50% marks. Candidates belonging to all categories will have to obtain the minimum qualifying cut off.
6. There is no restriction on the number of times candidates can appear for the test.
7. The result of the screening test would be announced by the Prescribed Authority to the candidates and the State Medical Councils.
The qualifying candidates shall have to apply to concerned Council for provisional/permanent registration along with the requisite registration fee.
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