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FMGE Exam Date, Online Application Form, Syllabus, Pattern, Centre, Admit Cards

National Board of Examinations invites applications for NBE FMGE Screening Test for Indian Nationals with Foreign Medical Qualifications December 2018 According to the notice Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) – Screening Test is schedule for 14th December 2018.

FMGE Important Date

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Availability of Information Bulletin 16th October 2018
Online submission of application form 16th October - 6th November 2018
Examination Date 14th December 2018
Declaration of Results By 15th January 2019

Online submission of application form begins on 16th October 2018 from 07:00 PM onwards. Online applications can be accessed and completed till 11:55 PM on 6th November 2018.

NOTE: Candidates are advised to read the Information Bulletin and instructions for online submission of application form carefully before starting online submission of application form and ensure that no mandatory column in the online application form is left blank. In the event of rejection of the application form, no correspondence/request for re-consideration will be entertained.

Candidates may note that deficiency, if any, in the application form shall be communicated to them within 15 days of the close of the registration window. Candidate will be given one week time thereafter to rectify the deficiency and provide supporting documents if so required. Admit cards to provisionally eligible candidates will be issued on 6th December 2018. Applicant’s candidate will be able to download them from the website using their login ID and Password.

Introduction

The FMGE –Screening Test has been introduced through Screening Test Regulations 2002. As per the regulations, “An Indian citizen/Overseas citizen of India possessing a primary medical qualification awarded by any medical institution outside India who is desirous of getting provisional or permanent registration with Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council on or after 15.03.2002 shall have to qualify a screening test conducted by the prescribed authority for that purpose as per the provisions of section 13 of the Act.

General Instructions, Terms and Conditions

1.2. Applicants may kindly note that appearance in FMGE does not confer any automatic rights to secure provisional or permanent registration with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council. The provisional or permanent registration with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council is subject to fulfilling the criteria as per the Indian Medical Council Act.

1.3 As per the current schedule the Screening Test is conducted by the National Board of Examinations in June and December every year.

1.4 The next session of Screening Test shall be held on 14th December 2018; online submission of application form for the examination must be completed by 6th November 2018 (by 11:55 PM).

1.5. Applications of candidates producing false or fabricated information shall not be considered and candidates may be further debarred from appearing in any future examinations conducted by NBE or Other Institutions.

1.6. Candidates should go through the INFORMATION BULLETIN carefully for eligibility criteria, scheme, and pattern of examination etc. before contacting NBE for any related queries. Queries pertaining to eligibility and other issues shall only be entertained if the information requested is not given in this bulletin or the website www.nbe.edu.in

1.7. Incomplete application or applications not in accordance with the prescribed instructions shall not be considered and are liable to be rejected. The examination fee shall not be refunded under any circumstances.

1.8. Fee shall neither be carried forward to a future date nor refunded under any circumstances. Online applications and/or their acknowledgment of submission received after the due date shall not be entertained and exam fee shall not be returned in such cases. Application once submitted cannot be withdrawn.

1.9. NBE reserves its right to withdraw permission, if any, granted inadvertently to any candidate who is not eligible to appear in FMGE even though the admit card/roll number/ testing ID has been issued or name/roll number/testing ID is displayed on the website.

NOTE: Online submission of application form of FMGE does not confirm your eligibility for FMGE. You are required to submit the prescribed documents to NBE through email at fmge.cc@natboard.edu.in latest by 15th November 2018 failing which your candidature for FMGE shall stand cancelled and candidate will not be allowed to appear in the test. Fulfillment of the eligibility criteria is essential requirement for any candidate to appear in the test.

Candidates who have appeared in Foreign Medical Graduate Examination in the past and have been declared unsuccessful and have already submitted their scanned documents to NBE at e-mail ID: Fmge.cc@natboard.edu.in is not required to submit their scanned documents again. Such a candidate will be required to mention his/her roll no. issued in the last FMGE in which he/she has appeared.

1.10. Candidate’s eligibility is purely provisional and is subject to the fulfillment of eligibility criteria as prescribed in this Information Bulletin.

1.11. The existing schedule, pattern, policy and guidelines are for ready reference only but in no way they are or are ought to be treated as representative or acknowledgment of fact that NBE is bound to follow the same in future.

1.12. In case of any ambiguity in interpretation of any of the instructions/ terms/rules/ criteria regarding the determination of eligibility/conduct of examinations/ registration of candidates/information contained herein, the interpretation of National Board of Examinations will be final and binding.

1.13. Requests for change of testing centre/city shall not be entertained. Candidates are advised not to canvass for such representation.

1.14. Absentees from the examination shall forfeit their examination fee.

1.15. Candidates MUST bring to the test centre the following documents. Unfair means case shall be registered against the candidate submitting False/Forged documents.

1.16. Candidates should ensure before online submission of application form that they possess a primary medical qualification, which is confirmed by the concerned Indian Embassy, to be a recognized qualification for enrolment as medical practitioner in the country in which the institution awarding the said qualification is situated. If it is found at any point of time that their primary medical qualification is not recognized, the candidature/result shall be cancelled/ deemed to be cancelled.

1.17. All the correspondence should preferably be addressed by e-mail. The e-mail query shall be addressed only if it is not anonymous and contains the name, postal address and contact telephone number of the sender. An e-mail containing vague or general queries that are contained in the Information Bulletin shall not be entertained. Queries shall not be entertained from persons claiming themselves to be representative/ associates or officiates of the applicant candidate.

1.18. FMGE shall be conducted by NBE at various exam centres engaged for the purpose. Candidates are advised to familiarize themselves with the route and location of the exam centre.

1.19. As per Non-Disclosure Agreement FMGE is a proprietary examination and is conducted only by National Board of Examinations. The contents of this exam are confidential, proprietary and are owned by National Board of Examinations. NBE explicitly prohibits the candidate from publishing, reproducing or transmitting any or some contents of this exam, in whole or in part, in any form or by any means verbal or written, electronic or mechanical or for any purpose. No content of this exam must be shared with friends, acquaintances or third parties including sharing through online means or via social media. Social media includes but not limited to SMS, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, Hangouts, and Blogs etc using either one’s own account or proxy account (s). Violation of any act or breach of the same shall be liable for penal action and cancellation of the candidature at the bare threshold.

1.20. Possession/Use of mobile phones/Electronic devices is strictly prohibited in the premises of NBE tests Centres. Candidates shall be liable for penal action for Possession/ Use of Mobile phones/ Electronic devices.
1.21. Instructions in the booklet are liable to change based on decisions taken by the Government / Medical Council / Competent Authority / Court decisions from time to time. Applicants are required to refer to the latest bulletin or corrigendum that may be issued to incorporate these changes. Refer NBE website http://www.nbe.edu.in for latest updates or corrigendum.

1.22. Online submission of application form for FMG Screening test must be completed by 31st October 2018 (11:55 PM).

1.23. No Queries of the Guardians/Parents will be entertained on telephone with regard to the eligibility and disclosure of the results.

1.24. Applicants should go through the information bulletin carefully before writing to NBE for any query.

1.25. Submission of incomplete online application or applications not in accordance with instructions will not be considered and the candidates will be declared ineligible. In such cases, the entire fees will be forfeited. Applications of applicants producing false or fabricated records will not be considered and such applicants will be further debarred from appearing in the future examinations of NBE. Action as deemed appropriate by NBE will be taken if false or fabricated records/ information is submitted or any unfair means are used.

1.26. Applicants are required to submit all the requisite annexure to NBE with the copy of acknowledgment e-mail received after successful online submission of application form; lack of relevant annexure shall lead to cancellation of application form and the entire fees will be forfeited.

1.27. Applicants should have passed the Primary Medical Qualification i.e. MBBS or Equivalent degree on/before 30th November 2018 and must submit proof of passing the same. In absence of Proof of Passing primary medical qualification on/before the cutoff date, the application shall be treated as incomplete and fees will be forfeited and candidature shall be cancelled.

1.28. The foreign medical degrees should be attested either by the Embassy of India or should be Apostil led by the appropriate authority of the foreign country. Copy of the same should also be submitted. Kindly note that the apostil led/attestation is to be as per the screening test regulations (amendment) dated 25th June – 2015. For details regarding Apostil led documents, candidates may refer to the website of Ministry of External Affairs (www.meaindia.nic.in)

1.29. Applicants are advised to fill their mobile/phone number, postal and email address correctly.

1.30. Fees once paid will neither be carried forward to a future date nor be refunded under any circumstances. Fee should be remitted through payment gateway provided using a Credit Card or a Debit Card issued by banks in India or through Net Banking.

1.31. Applications of applicants producing false or fabricated records will not be considered and such applicants will be further debarred from appearing in the future examinations of NBE. Action as deemed appropriate by NBE will be taken if false or fabricated records/ information is submitted or any unfair means are used.

1.32. Notifications, regulations etc. issued by Government of India/ Medical Council of India may be referred for eligibility criteria, pattern, schedule of exam.

1.33. Demo Test: A demo test shall be available for the benefit of candidates to familiarize themselves with the Computer Based Test format at website www.nbe.edu.in .Applicants will be able to access the Demo test from 1st December 2018 onwards.

1.34. The jurisdiction for court cases/disputes shall be within the exclusive jurisdiction of competent courts at Delhi/New Delhi only.

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FMGE Eligibility Criteria

The Applicant must meet/fulfill the following criteria:

2.1. He / She are a citizen of India or Overseas Citizen of India.

2.2. The candidate should possess a primary medical qualification, which is confirmed by the Indian Embassy concerned, to be a recognized qualification for enrollment as medical practitioner in the country in which the institution awarding the said qualification is situated.

2.3. Cut-off date for obtaining the Primary Medical Qualification is on or before 30th November 2018. It is mandatory to provide proof/documentary evidence in support of the candidate having passed final examination for such a primary medical qualification/posses the primary medical qualification on or before the cut-off date. In the event of the date of issue of result/proof of primary medical qualification being after the prescribed cut-off date, the application form shall be rejected and candidate declared as ineligible.

2.4. Candidate seeking provisional or permanent registration shall not have to qualify the Screening Test if he/she holds an Under Graduate medical qualification from Australia/ Canada/New Zealand/United Kingdom/United States of America and the holder thereof has also been awarded a Post Graduate medical qualification in Australia/Canada/ New Zealand/ United Kingdom/United States of America and has been recognized for enrolment as medical practitioner in that country.

2.5. Applicants/Candidates may also refer to Screening Test Regulations and Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, Eligibility Certificate Regulations issued by Medical Council of India. The same may be referred to at www.mciindia.org or obtained from.

Secretary, Medical Council of India, Sector-8 Pocket-14, Dwarka, New Delhi. Telephone: 25367033, 25367035, Fax: 25367024.

FMGE Examination Fee

3.1. Amount: FMGE: Rs. 5500/-

The above fee is inclusive of examination fees and information bulletin. Please note that this is a composite fee (as above) inclusive of fees for the examination and information bulletin. Information Bulletin shall also be available at website for reference.

3.2. How to Pay: The prescribed registration fee should be remitted through payment gateway provided using a Credit Card or a Debit Card issued by banks of India or through Net Banking.

3.3. Candidates remaining absent from the examination will forfeit their examination fee. Candidates are advised to read the rule position carefully and satisfy the terms and conditions for fulfillment of eligibility criteria before proceeding for payment of fees.

3.4. FEES SHALL NEITHER BE REFUNDED NOR CARRIED FORWARD IF THE APPLICATION FOR FMGE IS REJECTED/CANDIDATURE IS FOUND TO BE INELIGIBLE

Test Centres for FMGE 2018, Reporting At Test Centre & Test Day Procedure

6.1. The list of tentative cities where FMGE 2018 shall be conducted is as follows:

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S. No. City S. No. City
1 Ahmedabad 14 Lucknow
2 Bengaluru 15 Mohali/Chandigharh
3 Bhopal 16 Mumbai
4 Bhubaneswar 17 Nagpur
5 Chennai 18 Noida
6 Dehradun 19 Patna
7 Delhi/New Delhi 20 Pune
8 Guwahati 21 Ranchi
9 Hyderabad 22 Shillong
10 Jaipur 23 Srinagar
11 Jammu 24 Thiruvananthapuram
12 kolkata 25 Visakhapatnam
13 Kozhikode

An Overview of FMGE

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1 Purpose of Examination An Indian Citizen/Overseas Citizen of India possessing a Primary Medical qualification awarded by any Medical institution outside of India who is desirous of Medical Council. getting Provisional/Permanent registration with State
2 Periodicity Twice a year (June/December)
3 Pattern of Examination MCQ based with single correct response
4 No. of items (Questions) 300
5 Time allotted 2 hrs and 30 min for each part i.e. total 5 hrs
6 Negative Marking No
7 Syllabus As indicated in this Information Bulletin
8 Mode of Conduct Computer Based
9 Criteria for passing the examination Score of 150 out of 300 marks examination
10 Fees Rs. 5500/-
11 Online submission of application form for FMGE June 2018 From 16th October- 6th November 2018

FMGE Syllabus

The Syllabus for the test shall comprise of subjects /knowledge areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India with prior approval of Government of India. An extract of the same is as follows: (Kindly refer to MCI website www.mciindia.org for complete document).

Pre and Para Clinical Subjects: Mark 100

ANATOMY

  1. General Anatomy: Basic tissues to body, Terminology & Nomenclature
  2. Elements of Anatomy: Osteology, Arthrology, Myology, Angiology, Neurology
  3. Regional Anatomy: Upper limb, Lower limb Thorax-including diaphragm Abdomen and Pelvis, Head, Neck Brain and Spinal cord.
  4. Embryology: Development of individual organs and systems, postnatal growth & development
  5. Histology: General Histology Microanatomy of individual organs & systems
  6. Human Genetics: Principles of Human genetics and Molecular biology
  7. Radiological Anatomy: Skiagrams, Special X-rays, Principles of imaging techniques.
  8. Surface Anatomy: in cadavers, in the living
  9. Sectional Anatomy: Thorax, Abdomen, Head, Neck and Brain

PHYSIOLOGY

  1. General Physiology
  2. Body fluids – Blood
  3. Nerve and Muscle
  4. Gastrointestinal Tract
  5. Kidney
  6. Skin and Body temperature
  7. Endocrine Glands
  8. Reproduction
  9. Cardiovascular System
  10. Respiratory System
  11. Central Nervous Systems
  12. Special Senses

BIOCHEMISTRY

  1. Cell and Sub-cellular structures
  2. Hydrogen Ion concentration Acid, Bases, Buffers, Handerson-Haselbach equation
  3. Isotopes and their Application
  4. Carbohydrates
  5. Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins
  6. Lipids
  7. Nuclear Acids
  8. Enzymes
  9. Vitamins
  10. Biological Oxidation
  11. Digestion and Absorption from GI Tract
  12. Intermediary Metabolism
  13. Carbohydrate Metabolism
  14. Lipid Metabolism
  15. Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism
  16. Purine and Primidine Metabolism
  17. Minerals
  18. Biochemical Genetics and Protein Biosynthesis
  19. Tissue Biochemistry
  20. Liver Functions
  21. Nutrition and Energy Metabolism

PATHOLOGY

  1. Cell injury
  2. Inflammation and Repair
  3. Immunopathology
  4. Infectious diseases
  5. Circulatory disturbances
  6. Growth disturbances and Neoplasia
  7. Nutritional and other disorders
  8. Genetic disorder
  9. Haematology
  10. Cardiovascular Pathology
  11. Respiratory Pathology
  12. Pathology of Kidney and urinary Tract
  13. Hepato-Biliary Pathology
  14. Lymphoreticular System / Spleen
  15. Reproductive System (male & female)
  16. Diseases of the Breast
  17. Musculoskeletal System
  18. Endocrine pathology
  19. Neuropathology
  20. Dermato-Pathology
  21. Ocular Pathology

MICROBIOLOGY

  1. General Microbiology
  2. Immunology
  3. Bacteriology
  4. General Virology
  5. Systemic Virology
  6. Mycology
  7. Parasitology
  8. Clinical / Applied Microbiology

PHARMACOLOGY

  1. General Pharmacology
  2. Autonomic Nervous System
  3. Cardio-vascular System
  4. Diuretics
  5. Drugs affecting blood and blood formation
  6. Autacoids and related drugs
  7. Respiratory System
  8. Gastro-intestinal System
  9. Endocrine pharmacology
  10. Central Nervous System
  11. Psychopharmacology
  12. Drugs in Anaesthetic practice
  13. Chemotherapy
  14. Toxicology
  15. Clinical Pharmacology and Rational drug use

FORENSIC MEDICINE

  1. Definitions
  2. Courts of India
  3. Court procedures
  4. Medical Certifications & medico-legal reports including dying declaration
  5. Death
  6. Changes after death
  7. Inquest by police, magistrate and coroner
  8. Identification
  9. Examination of mutilated human remains
  10. Medico-legal autopsies
  11. Mechanical injuries and wounds
  12. Examination of an injury case
  13. Injuries due to physical agents & their medico legal importance
  14. Asphyxial death
  15. Death due to malnutrition, neglect battered babies
  16. Dowry death
  17. Virginity, sexual offences, sexual perversions
  18. Legitimacy
  19. Pregnancy and delivery
  20. Infanticide
  21. Biological fluids
  22. Seminal stains
  23. Forensic Psychiatry
  24. Medical Jurisprudence
  25. Toxicology

CLINICAL SUBJECTS: MARKS 200

The Syllabus for the test shall comprise of subjects /knowledge areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India with prior approval of Government of India. An extract of the same is as follows: (Kindly refer to MCI website www.mciindia.org for complete document).

Pre and Para Clinical Subjects: Mark 100

FMGE Syllabus

GENERAL SURGERY

  1. Hemorrhage and shock
  2. Fluid, electrolyte and Acid balance, nutrition
  3. Skin tumours, burns, skin grafting
  4. Arterial diseases
  5. Venous diseases
  6. Lymphatic and Lymph nodes
  7. Wounds
  8. Specific and non-specific injections
  9. Tumors, Cysts, Ulcers and Sinuses and Fistulae
  10. Infections of Hand and Foot
  11. Diseases of muscle, tendons, bursae and fascia
  12. Hernia
  13. Umbilical granuloma, fistula, adenoma
  14. Abdominal Wall
  15. Face, Teeth, Gums, Mouth, Tongue, Salivary glands, Neck
  16. Thyroid Glands, Thyroglossal Tract and Endocrines
  17. Breast
  18. Sympathetic System
  19. Cranio-Cerebral injuries
  20. Brain, Nerves
  21. Genito-Urinary System
  22. Kidneys and Ureters
  23. Urinary Bladder
  24. Prostrate
  25. Urethra
  26. Penis, Testis and Scrotum
  27. Vasectomy and Recanalisation
  28. Cardiothoracis System
  29. Oesophagus, Stomach and Duodenum
  30. Spleen, Liver, Gall Bladder and bile ducts
  31. Pancreas
  32. Peritoneum
  33. Intestines, intestinal obstruction
  34. Appendix
  35. Rectum and Anal Canal

ANESTHESIA

  1. Anatomy of upper airway
  2. Physiology of Respiration O2/CO2 transport. Methods of oxygen therapy.
  3. Pre-operative evaluation/pre-medication
  4. Anaesthetic agents, stages of Anaesthesia
  5. Principles and mechanism of administration of general and aesthetics, balanced Anaesthesia
  6. IPPV, Endotracheal Intubations
  7. Muscle Relaxants
  8. Spinal/Epidural Anesthesia
  9. Local Anesthesia
  10. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation basic, use of simple ventilators
  11. Monitoring
  12. ICU, role of anaesthesiologist in ICU
  13. Shock
  14. Blood Transfusion and Fluid Electoral Balance
  15. Sites of respiratory obstruction and management of airway in an unconscious patient
  16. Poisoning
  17. Role of anaesthesiologist in acute and chronic relief.

ORTHOPEDICS

  1. Traumatology: Injuries of bones and joints  Injuries of Lower Extremity, Injuries of the Spine and Vascular Injuries
  2. Cold Orthopedics
  3. Regional Conditions
  4. Neuro-Muscular Disorder
  5. Bone and Joint Tuberculosis
  6. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

RADIO- DIAGNOSIS

  1. Respiratory System
  2. Cardiovascular System
  3. Gastrointestinal System
  4. Obstetrics &Gynaecology
  5. Skeletal System
  6. Central Nervous System
  7. Excretory System

RADIOTHERAPY

  1. Principles of Radiotherapy
  2. Principles of Chemotherapy
  3. Prevention and Early diagnosis of Cancer
  4. Principles of Nuclear medicine
  5. Common radiation reactions and management
  6. Radiotherapy and chemotherapy in commonly seen cancers
  7. Radio-isotopes in diagnosis and therapy

PAEDIATRICS

  1. Vital statistics
  2. Neonatology
  3. Growth & Development
  4. Nutrition
  5. Infections
  6. Genetics
  7. Pediatric Emergencies
  8. Central Nervous System
  9. Gastrenterology
  10. Nephrology
  11. Endocrinology
  12. Respiratory System

MEDICINE

  1. Clinical Methods in the practice of Medicine
  2. Common symptoms of disease
  3. Nutrition/Exposure to Physical & Chemical Agents
  4. Infections
  5. Haematology
  6. Respiratory System
  7. Cardio-Vascular System
  8. Gartro-Intestinal Tract
  9. Emergency Medicine
  10. Neurological System
  11. Nephrology & Urinary system connected to Tissue Disorders
  12. Endocrine System
  13. Geriatrics

TUBERCULOSIS AND RESPIRATORY DISEASES

PSYCHIATRY

  1. History aspects and diagnosis & treatment of mental illness
  2. Conduction of Mental Status Examination
  3. Behavioral Sciences
  4. Different psychoses Clinical features, diagnosis and management of :
  5. Schizophrenia
  6. Mania and depression
  7. Anxiety disorders and hysteria
  8. Dementia
  9. Alcoholism
  10. Drug Abuse
  11. Psychiatric emergencies
  12. Clinical features, diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence
  13. Personality disorder

DERMATOLOGY AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

  1. Dermatological therapy
  2. Lichen Planus
  3. Diseases caused by Nutritional and Environmental Factors
  4. Infective Disorders
  5. Melanocytes, pigment metabolism and other disorders of Pigmentation
  6. Allergic Disorders
  7. Dermatitis and Eczema
  8. Vesiculobullous Diseases
  9. Alopecia and Hirsutism
  10. Structure and functions of Sebaceous glands and Disease
  11. Leprosy
  12. Psorasis
  13. STD

OPHTHALMOLOGY

  1. Basic sciences – Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Elementary Optics, Diseases of the Eye
  2. Conjunctiva
  3. Cornea
  4. Sclera
  5. Uveal Tract
  6. Lens
  7. Vitreous
  8. Glaucoma
  9. Retina
  10. Optic Nerve
  11. Intra-Occular Tumors
  12. Squint
  13. Orbit
  14. Lacrimal System
  15. Lids
  16. Refractive Errors
  17. Injuries
  18. Ophthalmic Surgery
  19. Community Ophthalmology
  20. Miscellaneous

OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

  1. Diseases of the Ear
  2. Diseases of Nose and Para Nasal sinuses
  3. Diseases of Nasopharynx
  4. Diseases of Trachea
  5. Oesophagus

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

  1. Anatomy of the Female reproductive Tract
  2. Physiology of conception
  3. Development of foetus and placenta
  4. Diagnosis of pregnancy
  5. Maternal changes in pregnancy
  6. Antenatal care
  7. Abnormal obstetrics
  8. Normal labour
  9. Normal puerparium
  10. Breast Feeding
  11. Care of new born
  12. Medical termination of pregnancy
  13. Family planning
  14. Operative obstetrics
  15. Post caesarian pregnancy
  16. Pharmaco therapeutics in obstetrics
  17. Safe motherhood
  18. Maternal morbidity and morality
  19. Medico legal aspects
  20. RCH
  21. Current topics
  22. Vaginal discharge
  23. Menstrual disorder
  24. Fertility, infertility
  25. Endometriosis and allied states
  26. Genital injuries and fistulae
  27. Genital infections
  28. Genital prolapse
  29. Tumours
  30. Carcinomia
  31. Radiotherapy in gynaecology
  32. Chemotherapy in gynaecology
  33. Endoscopy
  34. Diseases of breast
  35. Operative gynaecology

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

  1. Evaluation of Public Health and Concepts of Health
  2. Environment and Health
  3. Health Education
  4. Nutrition and Dietetics
  5. Occupational Health
  6. Medical Sociology and Community Mental Health
  7. Fundamentals of Biostatistics
  8. Basic Epidemiology
  9. Epidemiology of Specific Diseases
  10. Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases
  11. Demography
  12. Reproductive and Child Health
  13. School Health
  14. Urban Health
  15. Health System in India
  16. Health Planning and Management including Disaster Management
  17. International Health

Diagnosis and management of common ailments affecting the chest with special emphasis on management and prevention of Tuberculosis and National Tuberculosis Control Programme.

FMGE (SCREENING TEST) BLUE PRINT

1. PRE & PARA CLINICAL SUBJECTS: 100 MARKS

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S.N. SUBJECT DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS
1 ANATOMY 17
2 PHYSIOLOGY 17
3 BIOCHEMISTRY 17
4 PATHOLOGY 13
5 MICROBIOLOGY 13
6 PHARMACOLOGY 13
7 FORENSIC MEDICINE 10
TOTAL 100

2. CLINICAL SUBJECTS: 200 MARKS

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SL.NO SUBJECT DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS
1 MEDICINE & ALLIED SUBJECTS
(I) MEDICINE 33
(II) PSYCHIATRY 5
(III) DERMATOLOGY & STD 5
(IV) RADIOTHERAPY 5
2 GENERAL SURGERY & ALLIED SUBJECTS
(I) GENERAL SURGERY 32
(II) ANESTHESIOLOGY 5
(III) ORTHOPEDICS 5
(IV) RADIODIAGNOSIS 5
3 PEDIATRICS 15
4 OPHTHALMOLOGY 15
5 OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY 15
6 OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY 30
7 COMMUNITY MEDICINE 30
TOTAL 200

FMGE Exam 2018 Eligibility Criteria

The Applicant must meet/fulfill the following criteria to apply for FMGE 2018 Exam

  1. He/she is a citizen of India or Overseas Citizen of India
  2. The candidate should possess a primary medical qualification, which is confirmed by the Indian Embassy concerned, to be a recognized qualification for enrolment as medical practitioner in the country in which the institution awarding the said qualification is situated
  3. It is mandatory to provide proof/documentary evidence in support of the candidate having passed final exam for such a primary medical qualification/possess the primary medical qualification on or before the cut-off date. In the event of the date of issue of result/proof of primary medical qualification being after the prescribed cut-off date, the application form shall be rejected and candidate declared as ineligible
  4. Candidate seeking provisional or permanent registration shall not have to qualify the Screening Test if he/she holds an Undergraduate medical qualification from
  5. Australia/Canada/New Zealand/United Kingdom/United States of America and the holder thereof has also been awarded a Post Graduate medical qualification in Australia/Canada/New Zealand/ United Kingdom/United States of America and has been recognized for enrolment as medical practitioner in that country

FMGE Scheme of Exam (December)

  1. The NBE FMGE 2018 Entrance Test is conducted in English Language
  2. The NBE FMGE Test consists of One Paper
  3. There are 300 multiple-choice questions (MCQ) of single response type in the paper
  4. There is No negative marking
  5. An applicant shall be declared as having passed only if he/she obtains a minimum of 150 marks out of 300 in the exam
  6. Results (Pass/Fail) for eligible candidates will be displayed at NBE website and office of NBE
  7. Candidates are required to report at the ‘Reporting Counter’ at 07.30 AM for Part One and01.00 PM for Part Two (Two hour prior to the start time). The reporting counter will close30 minutes prior to the test start time. Candidate who fails to report to the reporting counter by the stipulated time as indicated above shall not be allowed to test.

Note: FMGE exam 2018 is divided into two parts of 150 questions each with time allocation of150 minutes for each part. There is a scheduled break between the two parts.

FMGE 2018 exam Admit Card

The examination shall be conducted on 14th December 2018. At the time of submission of online application form, candidate will be required to choose the city in which he/she wants to take the test. The choice of city will depend on availability of the test centres in a particular city and the allotment shall be done on first come first serve basis NBE will make all efforts to ensure that the candidate is allotted a testing centre in the State of correspondence address of the candidate. In case testing seat is not available in the concerned State due to logistic, administrative and other reasons, testing centre in a nearby State shall be allocated. Such candidates shall be informed about their testing city by 21st November 2018

Generic Windows 10 Installation Key
Unfortunately we do not provide you with any https://www.windowskeymall.com/ retail Windows 10 Product key here, sorry, you’re at the wrong website. But wait – we would like you to offer atleast valid and working generic windows installation keys to install Windows 10. As said, all of the example keys Windows 10 Professional Product Key provided below are installation keys only. These keys will not activate your Windows 10 (neither of the available versions). Generic Windows 10 keys are default keys that are inserted if you choose Windows 10 Home Product Key to skip entering a product key during the installation process.
If you are looking for a valid retail Windows 10 Key we’d like you to take a look at the keys below. You’ll find a link to where you can buy Windows 10 Product Keys for any version out on the market. The prices for the Windows 10 Keys differ based on your choice of the selected version of Windows 10.
Windows 10 Product Key
The Windows 10 product keys listed in this Windowskeymall section can also be used with unattended installations (unattended.xml) of Windows 10. Though they are blocked at the Microsoft clearinghouse and therefore cannot be used to activate any productive systems to Windows 10 Professional Product Key fully working retail installations. Keys provide you with a couple of days for you to complete the Windows 10 activation process. The keys supplied do not depend on the architecture. They will work on either x86 (32 Bit) and x64 (64 Bit) installations of Windows 10.
In the Store, you can purchase an official Windows license Windows 7 Ultimate Product Key that will activate your PC. The Home version of Windows 10 costs $120, while the Pro version costs $200. This is a digital purchase, and it will immediately cause your current Windows installation to become activated. You don’t need to purchase a physical license.
We installed Windows 7 Professional as an example here, so the Windows Store will only let us purchase the $200 Windows 8 Pro license.
This option may not be available in all countries. The prices here are Windows 8 Professional Product Key for the US version of the Windows Store. Microsoft charges different prices in different countries and currencies.

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