NEET 2021 Required To Apply MBBS in Bangladesh

MBBS in Bangladesh NEET Not Compulsory

NEET UG Compulsory to Study MBBS in Bangladesh

NEET-UG 2021 Not Mandatory Can Apply MBBS in Bangladesh

NEET score consider Study Abroad this year

Latest Update 27th Sep 2018 Candidate Not Required NEET 2018 they are free to enroll in MBBS in Bangladesh

NEET 2021 Required To Apply MBBS in Bangladesh 2018

Direct MBBS in Bangladesh possible without NEET

Ignore All old judgments to Apply MBBS Abroad in session 2021-2022 candidates must have NEET-UG Qualified marks

Old Post:

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET-UG 2018 Not Compulsory to Study Medicine Abroad

Good News to all Indian medical aspirants now on-words NEET no longer valid to enroll Abroad Medical Study.
Direct MBBS Admission in Bangladesh possible without NEET Qualifying Scores.
Today Landmark judgement by Delhi High Court division bench Hon’ble Mr. Justice S. Ravindra Bhat and Hon’ble Mr. Justice A.K Chawla on Thursday 27th September 2018
No More NEET Score Required to Pursue MBBS in Bangladesh
Latest Delhi High Court Judgement Comes out on Thursday 27 September 2018
See The High Court of Delhi Judgments/Orders for the case W.P.(C)–8091/2018 : Click Here

NEET not Required to take MBBS Admission in Bangladesh for this current academic year 2018-19

In a 27 (twenty seven) pages judgement of Case Number W.P.(C) – 8091/2018

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Old Updates:

In a public notice on Friday 14th Sep 2018, MCI stated it was giving a one-time exemption to those who did not register or appear for NEET 2018 and who wanted to study MBBS equivalent course abroad. These students need to furnish an undertaking that they had not registered or appeared for NEET 2018 to get the required eligibility certificate from the council. The notice further stated the council could verify from CBSE whether the undertaking was genuine or not. If found to be fake or false, appropriate action, including cancellation of eligibility certificate, would be taken against the candidate.

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The health ministry in consultation with the Medical Council of India (MCI) has decided that in the current academic year i.e 2018-19, Indian students are free to go abroad to study medicine if they did not take NEET, but if they did appear for the entrance exam and did not get qualifying marks, they would not be eligible.

This Notice only for those medical aspirants those who not appear in NEET or no Apply For NEET 2018.

Non Qualified NEET Students Click Here

Read more at:

Those who didn’t take NEET free to study abroad this year – Times of India

MCI Approved Govt Univ. Low Package MBBS in Bangladesh