The National Medical Commission (NMC) in India has introduced changes for foreign medical graduates. They are now required to take the screening test, or the future National Exit Test, within ten years of completing their medical courses. This replaces the previous absence of a time limit for the examination. The NMC has also expanded eligibility criteria for the NEET-UG test, allowing students with additional subjects like Biology or Biotechnology to appear, even if studied through open school, provided the board is government-recognized. The commission has provided clarifications on various issues, including relaxation for students from Ukraine and addressing grievances related to pandemic disruptions and non-compliance with Indian norms in other countries.

Source - Freepik