n an alarming declaration made by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC), more than 71 percent of medical students in Nepal failed their licensing examination held on August 11, 2018.
This appalling percentage includes aspiring doctors and dentists who passed MBBS and BDS examinations from Nepal medical institutions and other countries.
Their failure in this examination bars them from practicing medicine in Nepal, as of now.
Students Performance in NMC Licensing Examination:
Following are the statistics:
NMC is a statutory Nepali body that governs medical education and regulates the registration of doctors in Nepal. The results of the NMA-conducted exams are published on the same day as the examination. These exams are conducted at an interval of every four months.
We hope that the new Nepal medical education reforms will be able to provide quality education to these students and gradually improve their performance in the field.
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