MBBS Abroad- No MCI screening

MBBS Abroad- No MCI screening

MBBS abroad – No MCI screening. Medical graduates from UK, USA, Canada, Australian and New Zealand don’t have to appear for MCI screening to practice in India

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Every MBBS aspirant who is looking for pursuing dream studies abroad, is primarily has two concerns. Firstly, MCI screening and secondly WHO/MCI approved University

Link from MCI website confirming exemption and recognition


Afraid of MCI screening examination after your MBBS abroad. Its difficult for a qualified doctor to sit back at home after studies. One can find many articles on net which claims that most of the foreign medical graduates are unable to clear their screening exam.

Very few people have an idea that MCI have listed five countries which are exempted from MCI SCREENING. In other words medical graduate of post graduate from these universities are not required to take screening exams to get them registered as a medical practitioner in India and freely practice.

Listed Countries are
MBBS in United Kingdom
MBBS in United States of America
MBBS in Australia
MBBS in New Zealand
MBBS in Canada

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7 thoughts on “MBBS Abroad- No MCI screening”

  1. how can we see on MCI webside that a studen studying in canada newzeland australia england has not tested the screening of the MCI

  2. Excellent practical decision my ministry. But its now one month till today still mci not obeying govt decision. I think some private medical college agents are present in their board. Now govt must bring amendments in the law to allow foreign trained doctors if mci wish they can be given 6 months extra training here in India. Anyway I fully support govt move this will 100% solve shortage of skilled professionals.Govt must not care of certain associations objections as they are agents of private medical colleges.The blunder done by Max, Fortis, Medanta, Ganga Ram etc all are India studied doctors so what is the answer ?? can Telengana association explain ????????? Any way great move by Union Health Ministry

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