MBBS doctors with foreign degrees are not able to pass MCI exam, know why?

According to MCI, only 15 to 20 percent of students studying abroad from the last four years pass the Screening Test.  There are many medical colleges abroad, where not a single student who has got a degree has been able to pass the screening test till now.

Indian students returning from abroad for the last few years after receiving their Doctor’s Degree are failing in the Medical Council of India (MCI) examination.  Explain that large scale students in the country go to countries like Russia, former Soviet Union countries, Europe, China, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nepal and Bangladesh to pursue MBBS or its equivalent degree, but those  After completing the degree, students are required to pass the MCI screening test to start practicing in India.  However, figures from 2015 to 2018 show that not a single student studying from more than 100 foreign medical colleges has passed the Screening Test in the last 4 years.
 Students are failing in MCI exam
 According to the MCI, only 15 to 20 percent of students studying abroad from the last four tricks have been able to pass the Medical Council of India test.  There are many medical colleges abroad, where not a single student who has passed the degree has been able to pass the screening test yet.  In the last four years, 538 students from 100 colleges abroad have failed the screening test.
 According to the MCI, only 15 to 20 percent of students studying abroad from the last four tricks have been able to pass the Medical Council of India test.  There are many medical colleges abroad, where not a single student who has passed the degree has been able to pass the screening test yet.  In the last four years, 538 students from 100 colleges abroad have failed the screening test.
In the last four years, 538 students from 100 colleges abroad have failed the screening test.
Statistics from 2015 to 2018 show that in the last four years, not a single student has passed from hundred medical colleges.  Most of them are universities and colleges, where medical education is imparted in other languages.  Those students, who fail in the medical examination conducted in India, they go to other countries for medical education.  By the way, when the students return to India and return, it is mandatory for them to pass the MCI exam to start the practice here.
Not a single student from many foreign colleges cleared the test
Let us know that in the former Soviet countries, Europe and China, medical universities and colleges enroll such students, where the examination is not compulsory.  Students studying from Europe and other countries are also failing in the screening test.  Students coming from countries like Netherlands are also failing.  In the last four years, out of 28 students who came from Netherlands, only 3 students were able to pass the screening test.  Not one of the 5 students studying from Germany passed the examination.
Only one of the 9 students studying from Pakistan passed the MCI exam.  A student studying from Britain also failed.  Out of 1096 students who came from Armenia, only 237 were able to pass.  Of the 123 students who came from Azerbaijan, only 5 passed.  At the same time, students of many universities in Bangladesh performed average.  In the last four years, two students studying from Afghanistan could not pass.
MCI has released a list, in which the names of those colleges and the country have been given.
Many candidates have given the test more than once during the last four years, but they have not been able to clear the MCI exam so far.  MCI has released a list, in which the names of those colleges and the country have been given.  MCI says that sharing it means that students who are thinking of studying abroad in these colleges and universities should be cautious after the results are revealed.

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