On Tuesday, the Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India (MCI), circulated an advisory, explaining the uncertainty over the conduct of examinations for the undergraduate medical students.
The notification discharged on the official site of MCI expressed that no bunch will be elevated to the following level without an examination.
The choice depends on different portrayals got from understudies, universities, and colleges and the opinion of vice-chancellors gave during the gathering through video meeting hung on July 16, 2020.
The advisory expressed that the universities should intend to finish the first MBBS course (counting practicals, lab, shows, and so forth.) inside two months of reviving of the schools as and when allowed by the government. The exam for the understudies ought to be finished at the earliest opportunity, ideally within a month.
For the last year MBBS understudies, the advisory expressed that the pending supplementary exams which were planned during the first half of 2020 ought to be led as quickly as time permits. the advisory said as the understudies are holding on to show up for the examinations having finished the course formerly already and need not have to stay for the legal reopening of the colleges
The exams for the second and third year may be deferred as the exams for these understudies will be led after the completion of their course.
Further added, With respect to direct of second/third (Part 1) and Final year MBBS examination for 2020, the time required for culmination of the course would rely upon the planning of the re-opening of the medical colleges
The advisory said that It is foreseen that as for the first year MBBS understudies would likewise require around two months to finish the rest of the course educational plan and preparing. Thusly, the University tests for second and third (Part 1) MBBS understudies may be postponed by a few months past their scheduled dates.