New rule of National Medical Commission for MBBS: If You get Supplementary Then You Will Have to Study in First Year Again

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Major changes have been made by the National Medical Commission (NMC), in Medical Studies (UG Stream). Students who get supplementary in their first year will not be promoted to the second year. A student who fails the first year of supplementary school will be required to reappear in the first year. They were promoted to the second year after the first supplementary. This rule was implemented by NMC in the first year.

Students Will be Able to go From Second to the Third Year:

Vivek Pandey (medical education activist) says that the promotion of students will continue in the second and third years if there is supplementary funding. According to the NMC website, 555 medical colleges including government and private institutions have an intake of 83.350 students. The seat matrix for medical colleges in this year’s academic year is still not available.

Conclusion

Experts in medical education have shared the benefits and the drawbacks of this transition. Students who pass NEET-UG will be more likely to take their first year seriously. However, the downside is that second-year studies may be affected if the result of the supplementary exam is delayed or not given on time by a medical university. Second-year classes will begin already. 

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