MBBS course reduced to 50 weeks, the change in exam pattern will be implemented from 2019 itself

Hyderabad. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has reduced the M.B.B.S. course At the same time, it has also changed its syllabus. There has also been a change in the exam pattern. This change of MCI will be applicable to the students taking admission in current secession i.e. 2019. This will not be applicable to students taking admission before this.

As per MCI, MBBS Now the course will be 4.2 years or 50 weeks instead of 4.6 years i.e. 54 weeks. 4 months have been reduced directly. Similarly, partial changes have also been made in the syllabus. The subject of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology has been removed from the second year and placed in the first part of the third year.

MBBS The first year in the course will be of 13 months. 11 months of the second year. The third-year is divided into two parts. The first part of the third year will be of 12 months and the second part will be of 14 months.

MCI has also changed the examination syllabus. Currently, there is only one question paper. There is a theory paper of 100 marks in it. 20 marks are oral and 40 marks are for practical (experiment) and internal examination (internal examination).

Now there will be two papers. There will be 200 marks theory paper and 100 marks separate practical paper. This will include oral and internal test marks also. To appear in the university examination, the student will have to score 50% marks in both theory and practical. Also, in order to pass the university examination, he has to get 50% marks in both theory and practical examinations. The internal test numbers will later be shown separately along with the university’s numbers.


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