Sonia Vats|Sep 22, 2021
FMGE 2021 admit card releases; Exam on June 18, guidelines issued by NBE
FMGE 2021 will be conducted on June 18 to grant registration certificates to the Indian and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) doctors.
New Delhi: The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the FMGE 2021 admit cards for registered candidates at nbe.edu.in. Along with the admit cards, the authorities have also released the FMGE 2021 exam day guidelines and confirmed that the screening test will be conducted as per the scheduled date which is June 18, 2021.
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FMGE 2021 will be conducted to grant registration certificates to the Indian and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) doctors. Read to know more details on FMGE 2021.
NBE to conduct FMGE 2021 on June 18 with appropriate behaviour
How to download FMGE 2021 admit card?
Mentioned below are the steps to download the hall tickets of FMGE 2021.
Go to the official website - nbe.edu.in
Select FMGE June 2021 tab
Click on the applicant login
Enter the user ID and password
Click on the link that says FMGE 2021 admit card.
FMGE hall ticket will be displayed on the screen
Cross-check the details and download it
Take at least three to four printouts for future references
Documents to carry with admit card of FMGE 2021
Candidates need to take the following documents at the allotted exam centres.
FMGE admit card with passport size photograph pasted on it
One valid and unexpired photo ID proof - Voter ID, PAN card, Driving license, Aadhar card (with photograph), Passport.
FMGE 2021 exam day guidelines by NBE
Mentioned below are the exam day guidelines released by NBE that all candidates must adhere to as a part of COVID appropriate behaviour.
Each and every candidate is required to maintain social distancing and wear masks all the time at the FMGE exam centre.
Along with the admit cards, NBE has also issued a COVID e-pass for candidates to avoid any travel restriction.
To avoid crowding, aspirants must reach the exam centre according to their allotted reporting timing as communicated individually through emails and SMS.
All candidates must bring and submit a printed negative report of COVID-19- RT-PCR/RAT/CBNAAT/TrueNAT. The report must be within 72 hours prior to the exam date.
Lastly, as per the guidelines, candidates will not be allowed to appear in the exam if they show COVID-19 symptoms.
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