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Nepal Medical Council Published Result of Licensing Exam

Result 29 Nov 2022 485 0

Nepal Medical Council

The Nepal Medical Council has made public the results of the medical specialist certificate examination conducted on November 25. According to the council, 74.6 percent of the doctors passed the public examination this time.

According to the council, the examination was conducted in a total of 44 subjects in this examination. Four hundred and seventy-six examinees who passed medical education from domestic and foreign educational institutions participated in the specialist examination. Out of which 353 have passed, he said. A few more students have succeeded in this examination than in the past.

According to the council, 68.6 percent of the total participants in the last examination were successful in becoming a doctor. It is mandatory to pass the council exam to practice medicine in Nepal. Only those licensed by the council will be allowed to work in the medical profession.

If the exam result is not satisfactory, the examinee can apply within 35 days from the date of publication of the notice by paying an amount of 1,500 and sending his name, roll number, clearly written to the council's email. All arrangements will be made online. It has been arranged that the candidates who have passed the examination should apply online for the specialist registration certificate within 35 days of the publication of the notification. The certificate is ready after 15 working days of application. The council has made an online arrangement to provide quick service to the examinees.

So far, 30,133 doctors have registered with the Council to work in Nepal. Some of them have gone abroad, some have left their jobs and some have passed away. There are 11,206 women and 18,927 men among those registered. There are many doctors towards MBBS. 26 thousand 52 are for MBBS and there are 4 thousand 81 doctor registrars for BDS. The number of women in BDS is very high.

Nepal Medical Council

Bansbari, Kathmandu

Estd. 1964