FMGE 2019 Result for June session announced; 2767 candidates qualified
NEW DELHI; July 31: The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the result of the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) on July 31, 2019. The authority has declared the result in the for PDF file mentioning the roll number of candidates, score obtained (out of 300) and qualifying status. Candidates who have secured 150 marks out of 300 are considered qualified in the FMGE screening test. Aspirants qualifying the FMGE exam will be allowed to download the scorecard.
Out of 13,364 test-takers, only 2,767 candidates have qualified the FMGE exam and a whopping 9,006 aspirants have failed to clear the online test. NBE has withheld the result of 1,161 medical graduates due to unavailability of documents required. In the last session, a total of 12,077 candidates took the test, while only 1,275 aspirants qualified in the December (2018) session.
The medical graduate exam was a computer-based screening test, which was held on June 28, for the Indian and Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs), who wish to obtain a permanent or provisional registration certificate from Medical Council of India (MCI) or Dental Council of India (DCI).
FMGE result and scorecard
In order to download the FMGE result, aspirants have to go to the official website natboard.edu.in and click on the link 'Result of FMGE (June session) 2019'. Since the result is declared in the form of PDF, candidates have to search their names and roll number. It is mandatory to enter the correct details to search for the appropriate result.
Only candidates who will qualify the graduate entrance test will be eligible to download the individual scorecard from August 7, 2019. In order to download the scorecard, aspirants must login using their user ID and password. The scorecard will contain the name, address, FMGE rank and marks obtained.
NBE grants grace marks
The questions asked in the test were reviewed by the faculty members of the concerned speciality. As per the inputs of these respective members, two (2) questions out of 300 were found technically incorrect. Therefore, considering the fact, the authority has awarded full marks to all the candidates irrespective of whether they have attempted them or not.
The scorecard and other documents must be carried by the qualified candidates at the office of National Board of Examinations for distribution of registration certificate. The process of certificate distribution will be conducted in the third week of August 2019.