FMGE Admit Card 2023 Released at natboard.edu.in, How to Download
The National Board of Examination in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) has recently released the admit card for the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) for the year 2023. Candidates who have successfully enrolled for the exam can now download their admit cards from the official website of NBEMS, natboard.edu.in. The FMGE 2023 admit card contains crucial information such as the exam date, time, address, and exam guidelines. The computer-based FMGE 2023 exam is scheduled for July 30. This marks a significant milestone for medical professionals pursuing their careers in India, as they prepare to showcase their abilities and knowledge.
The results of the FMGE 2023 exam are expected to be released by August 30. It's important for candidates to note that the FMGE 2023 Admit Card is a mandatory document, and without it, they will not be allowed to take the exam. Additionally, they must bring a valid photo ID along with the admit card to the examination center.
For candidates looking to download the FMGE admit card, they can follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit the NBEMS official website at natboard.edu.in
Step 2: Click on the 'Screening Tests' tab and select FMGE.
Step 3: Under the 'June 2023' link, find the admit card download link.
Step 4: Log in using the required credentials - registration ID and password.
Step 5: The FMGE admit card will appear on the screen.
Step 6: Verify the details and download the admit card.
Step 7: Make sure to take a printout of the admit card for future reference.
If candidates notice any errors in their admit card details, they must promptly contact the competent authorities at NBE to rectify the issues before the examination. It is crucial to keep in mind that candidates found ineligible before the exam will not receive an admit card. In such cases, the entire fees will be forfeited. Previous issuance of admit cards for other sessions of FMGE does not guarantee an admit card for FMGE June 2023 if the applicant is declared ineligible due to incomplete applications.