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FMGE June 2023: Candidates can submit the deficient documents by July 20. The FMGE June admit card 2023 will be issued on July 25.

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Vagisha Kaushik | Jul 18, 2023 - 1:15 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) is giving a final opportunity to Foreign Medical Graduate Exam (FMGE) June 2023 candidates to rectify the deficiency in documents. Candidates who failed to edit the documents can submit the documents on the official website, The last date to submit the files is July 20. FMGE June 2023 admit card will be issued on July 25 and exam will be held on July 30.

The board has issued a list of candidates who failed to submit the deficient documents by July 13. The documents to be submitted are:

  • Primary medical qualification degree certificate or provisional pass certificate duly apostilled or attested by the Embassy of India in the country from where the primary medical qualification has been obtained
  • Eligibility certificate issued by the NMC or MCI (If applicable) or admission letter or proof of qualifying NEET UG exam.
  • Proof of Citizenship
  • Mismatch in name
  • Supportive documents for transfer from one medical institution to another

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NBEMS said that only those candidates who have both the eligibility certificate and the provisional pass certificate or degree certificate of primary medical qualification will be eligible and allowed to appear for FMGE June 2023.

“Candidates who fail to submit duly completed applications with requisite documents and/or fail to rectify the deficiencies in their applications by the last date prescribed for rectification shall be declared ineligible. Admit Card shall not be issued to candidates who are declared ineligible before the conduct of the examination,” the board added.

NBEMS further said that candidates who fail to submit the documents will be rendered ineligible for the exam and no further opportunity to submit the documents will be provided to the candidates.

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