NMC chairman to hold webinar on NExT exam with medical colleges, MBBS students on June 27

NMC will be addressing faculty of private, government medical colleges and final MBBS students to “remove apprehensions and stress built around proposed NExT.


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NMC to organise mock webinar on NExT on June 26. (Image: Official website)NMC to organise mock webinar on NExT on June 26. (Image: Official website)

Anu Parthiban | June 24, 2023 | 08:35 AM IST

NEW DELHI: The National Medical Commission (NMC) will be conducting a webinar on National Exit Test (NExT) on June 27. The commission said that the NMC chairman Suresh Chandra Sharma will address final year MBBS students and medical colleges to explain about the proposed NExT examination.

The NMC will be organising a mock webinar a day prior to the event day on June 26 at 2.30 PM in order to check technical glitches.

The chairman will be addressing faculty of all medical colleges, including private and government colleges, and final medical students to “remove apprehensions and stress built around proposed NExT examination”.

“All medical colleges are requested to join the webinar one hour prior to the actual scheduled timing at 1.30 PM and make suitable arrangements in their lecture hall with proper audio-video,” directed the NMC.

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Only a single login window is permitted from each medical college. The commission instructed all final MBBS students to attend the webinar.

The National Exit Test exam will replace the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test-Postgraduate (NEET PG). The exam will be held in two phases - theory and practical, according to the draft regulations.

The proposed changes were not received well among academicians, subject experts and students. Recently, the Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin said the NExT exam is also an “attempt to dilute the role of State Governments and Universities in the health sector”.

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