Ayushi Bisht|Dec 7, 2023
AIIMS NeXT 2023 mock test registration ends tomorrow at next.aiimsexams.ac.in
The NeXT mock test is being conducted to familiarise students with the computer-based test, process flow at the exam centres and software interface.
NEW DELHI: The registration process for AIIMS Mock National Exit Test (NexT) 2023 will end on July 10. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, is conducting the examination on behalf of the National Medical Commission (NMC).
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Students pursuing the final year of MBBS courses in medical colleges in the country can register for the mock test through the official website of the AIIMS at next.aiimsexams.ac.in. The mock examination is being held to familiarise the candidates with the computer-based test, software interface and process flow at the examination centres.
The students can check the final status of the registration process on July 13. The exam unique code will be generated to the candidates till July 14. Candidates can submit the certificate for scribe or compensatory time till July 21. The NeXT admit card 2023 will be available on July 21 and the mock test will be held on July 28.
NExT will replace the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) PG for admission to postgraduate programmes and will serve as a common qualifying final-year MBBS exam, a licentiate exam to practise modern medicine and a screening exam for foreign medical graduates who want to practice in the country.
As per the NExT Regulations 2023, which were issued by the NMC, the exam will be held in two phases, with the NExT Step 1 and NExT Step 2 exams being held twice a year. Earlier, Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya had said the examination will be applicable for students of 2020 MBBS batch and onwards. He had added that the 2019 batch will not be covered under the examination.
Meanwhile, the Indian Medical Association had opposed the examination, saying it is not possible to implement it in the current scenario until the NMC ensures uniform standards of education across medical colleges in the country.
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