The National Medical Commission (NMC) has identified deficiencies in the applications of MBBS students who pursued education abroad without obtaining the necessary eligibility certificate. A notice has been issued, providing a three-day grace period for applicants to rectify the deficiencies. The Ethics and Medical Registration Board (EMRB) of NMC reviewed applications, specifically Annexure-I, and urged concerned students to address the issues promptly. Failure to do so within the stipulated time will result in the rejection of their applications. Earlier, the NMC listed 972 students who pursued MBBS abroad without the eligibility certificate, giving them a 10-day window to submit the necessary documents. The current notice reiterates the importance of compliance with guidelines and emphasizes the need for an eligibility certificate for studying medicine abroad.