All India Foreign Medical Graduate association wrote to Ministry of health and family welfare for fairer and Transparent MCI screening FMGE examinations after alleged irregularities in NEET PG by NBE and suspension of its head Dr Bipin Batra.

Office bearers of the AIFMGA provided us a copy of the letter. Dr Raghu Ram informed us that ever since NBE took over NEET PG and NEET SS examinations, the GOI/ MCI have made amendments from Percentage to Percentile. Also there are provisions of decreasing percentile if not enough applicants qualify, why not same to be applied in FMGE”? He added.

If FMGE exam is to be merged with NEET PG exam and named as NEXT as proposed by the government of India, a Foreign medical graduate who will score 49 percent will fail the exam and Indian graduate with 49 percent will be somewhere around 65 percentile and will get a PG seat. This system is unfair and totally bias towards Foreign medical graduate” Said Dr Raghu Ram

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Screening Test Regulations 2002