National Board of Education (NBE) is going to release the NBE FMGE admit card 2021 today, December 06, 2021. The online exam of NBE FMGE is scheduled to be held on December 12, 2021. While the result for the entrance examination is expected to be released on December 31, 2021. The NBE FMGE admit card 2021 is going to be released on the official website, natboard.edu.in.
The board released an extension notice on December 03 extending the last date to upload deficient documents to December 06, 2021. This extension in the last date has become a problem for the candidates as a lot of reports suggest that now the admit card of NBE FMGE 2021 shall be delayed. As of now. there is no official announcement regarding the delay in the release of admit cards.
Why the delay?
The basic theory supporting the NBE FMGE admit card delay is that the board, after completion of document upload, have released a list of candidates ineligible for the FMGE exam owing to the discrepancies found in their submitted documents. In a situation where the last date is today, the board is unable get the correct data of candidates on time. Hence, it might take another 1 to 2 days time to sort this issue and then release the admit card for the FMGE, NBE exam.
Also, since the exam is merely 6 days away, it can be speculated that if not today, then the NBE FMGE admit card 2021 will be released anytime by December 09, 2021. Candidates are advised to keep a tab on the official website of NBE for all the latest updates related to the admit card.
NBE FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Examination) is a national-level screening test that is conducted on an annual basis for candidates who are foreign medical graduates. The examination is conducted in the online mode and has two sections, A and B. Section A is going to have 100 questions from pre and para-clinical subjects for 2 hours and 30 minutes. Whereas section B is going to have 200 questions from clinical subjects conducted for a similar duration. The minimum qualifying marks for NBE FMGE 2021 exam is 50% of the total marks assigned to the exam.