FMGE 2024 July: Smooth Exam Conducted for 35,819 Candidates at 71 Centers in 50 Cities with Tight Security.

The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) successfully conducted the FMGE 2024 exam, ensuring a smooth process for 35,819 candidates across India with stringent security measures.

FMGE 2024: Seamless Exam for 35,819 Candidates Ensured Across 71 Centers in 50 Cities with High Security
FMGE 2024: Seamless Exam for 35,819 Candidates Ensured Across 71 Centers in 50 Cities with High Security

New Delhi, July 7, 2024 – The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) successfully conducted the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) on July 6, 2024, for 35,819 candidates across 71 centers in 50 cities spanning 21 states in India. The exam, conducted in two shifts, was carried out with stringent security measures, ensuring the integrity of the process and smooth execution, according to official reports.

FMGE 2024 July

Shifts and Format: The FMGE 2024 was conducted in two computer-based shifts: 9 am to 11:30 am and 2 pm to 4:30 pm.

Security Measures: Over 250 appraisers supervised the exam, supported by a flying squad of 45 faculty members and senior officials from various health institutions. Additionally, senior officials from the Union Health Ministry, Director General of Health Services (DGHS), and other institutions were deputed at all examination centers.

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FMGE 2024 July Report:

No untoward incidents were reported during the examination.

Dr. Abhijat Sheth, President, NBEMS, stated, “All social media reports about NEET PG or FMGE question paper leak or sale of question paper are false. Students should be careful about trusting such reports.”

FMGE 2024 Data

  • Candidates: 35,819 candidates appeared for the exam.
  • Locations: 71 centers across 50 cities in 21 states.

FMGE 2024 Information

  • Purpose: FMGE is a mandatory screening test for foreign medical graduates to qualify for medical practice in India, ensuring quality control in medical practice.
  • Organizing Body: NBEMS, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.
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Reactions

  • Official Statement: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reported the exam was conducted without any issues, reflecting the effective measures in place.
  • Public Sentiment: Positive responses from candidates and stakeholders, appreciating the smooth conduct and security measures.

Analysis and Implications

  • Standardization: The exam ensures a standardized screening of foreign medical graduates, maintaining the quality of medical practitioners in India.
  • Future Impact: The successful execution of FMGE 2024 highlights the potential to address the shortage of qualified medical professionals in the country.

The FMGE 2024 exam was held successfully, demonstrating a commitment to upholding the integrity of medical education in India. Candidates are reminded to await the official results and ignore any misleading information spread on social media.

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Candidates are encouraged to follow NBEMS’s official channels for result updates and to be wary of misinformation. Keep an eye out for further updates on FMGE and related exams here.

 

 

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