MCI,State Councils:Allow Foreign Medical Graduates to have home state quota in NEET PG
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Indian nationals with Undergraduate MBBS degrees from outside the nation have to undergo a screening examination known as FMGE. The exam has a very low pass rate and less than 10% of foreign graduates are able to qualify it. Afterwards,they are going to try for the PG seats available in India only.
Currently,most states allow only students who have passed from there to be able to avail the State quota seats.Foreign graduates are completely stuck as they do not get this quota and it is very difficult to get a seat of choice for PG degrees.They are hence not treated as being resident of their home state at all.
They are not allowed to avail the foreign national quota either,as they are Indian citizens .Even if I had been allowed foreign quota , I would have a seat at AIIMS.
The number of FMGs who actually qualify the screening is very low and this makes them the smallest minority in the doctor groups and their voice is seldom heard.
The total number of Doctors benefited by this will not be a huge number and this matter is quite easily fixable by simply issuing a circular of some sort to the State Councils.
We are not asking for any privilege, just for equal opportunity.Please support out petition and allow us our rightful chance by ending this discrimination.
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