NEXT is finally here, IMA holds MBBS graduate workshop

Nagpur: Forgetting their opposition to the proposed national exit test (NEXT) for MBBS graduates before beginning their practice, on Tuesday the Indian Medical Association (IMA) organized a workshop on the test for them. The network of junior doctors and the network of medical students — two key IMA wings— invited Dr. Rajat Jain from New Delhi to do the task.

“In the National Medical Commission (NMC) bill IMA has objections to many provisions. The existing examination used to be one of those for MBBS graduates. But now the scientific community has decided to take the exit exam alongside. First NEXT is scheduled to take place in 2022, “said Dr. Jain, who is recognized by medical students across the country as a great guide.

Dr. Jain had cracked the entrance to PG-NEET with Rank I as a student and is known for providing key insights into passing flying color entrance tests. The workshop organized by IMA Nagpur and was witness to jam-packed student attendance.

“Students who launched their MBBS in 2017 will appear for the first time on NEXT. The NEXT score will also serve as their score in the PG course (PG-NEET) entrance exam. NEXT’s format is wider than existing PG-NEET, and will thoroughly test their clinical knowledge, “he said.

Dr. Jain suggested that students of the MBBS begin seriously to attend their classes and understand the concepts. “Take your clinical posts extremely seriously and sincerely complete your internship. Try to gather as much practical knowledge as you can as the pattern is changing dramatically and you can expect a lot of weight given to such clinically oriented question pattern, “he added.

The branch of IMA Nagpur organized this workshop in town for the first time. The coordinator was former IMA president Nagpur Dr. Ashish Disawal, who is now the national vice-chairman of the activity wing for IMA students.

IMA Nagpur President Dr. Kush Jhunjhunwala said the workshop was of great benefit to MBBS students who are preparing for PG-NEET and those who are waiting to fill out PG admission forms after their PG-NEET clearance. “In this workshop, doctors received great guidance on their preferential filling process and the entire process of admission to PG,” he said.

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