The NEET UG draft regulations proposed by the NMC include a variety of choice-based credit courses that medical institutions may offer to their graduating students. These courses should not hamper the medical graduate curriculum and should be limited to a maximum of one week in duration.
The National Medical Commission (NMC) has released draft guidelines for the NEET UG entrance exam. As per the guidelines, the NMC or any designated agency/authority may conduct the exam. However, the Under Graduate Medical Education Board will decide the language, manner, and modalities of the exam. The commission has invited feedback from stakeholders in the form of a word document. NEET UG is currently conducted by the National Testing Agency. These guidelines are subject to change based on feedback received from stakeholders.
According to the guidelines released by the NMC, to pursue graduate medical education, a candidate must score the minimum eligible score in the NEET UG exam. Additionally, to appear for the exam, the candidate must have cleared class 12 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English in the last two years of school.
In the case of a tie in marks among candidates, the marks obtained in Biology, followed by Chemistry and Physics, will be considered in that order. If the tie still persists, a draw of lots using technology and with no human intervention will be conducted.
The guidelines for NEET UG released by the NMC state that counselling for admission to graduate courses in medicine in all Indian medical institutions will be a common process based on the NEET UG merit list. The seat matrix will be provided by the NMC, and multiple rounds will be conducted for the same. The guidelines for counselling will be set up by the Under Graduate Medical Education Board.
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As per the NEET UG draft regulations proposed by the NMC, a student should not be allowed more than four attempts in the first year, under any circumstances. Furthermore, candidates must complete their undergraduate medical course within nine years from the date of admission. Additionally, every student must undergo training as per the guidelines published by the Under Graduate Medical Education Board.
The NEET UG draft regulations proposed by the NMC include a variety of choice-based credit courses that medical institutions may offer to their graduating students. These courses should not hamper the medical graduate curriculum and should be limited to a maximum of one week in duration. Furthermore, it is mandatory for medical students to complete their rotating medical internship.
The NEET UG draft regulations proposed by the NMC also address the issue of ragging and mental stress. The regulations state that issues related to ragging can disrupt the well-being of students. Hence, students are expected to abide by the Prevention and Prohibition of Ragging in Medical Colleges and Institutions Regulations, 2021. Additionally, there should be an elected student association, and representation of students in decision-making by the medical college/institution affecting student welfare.
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