FMGE – The road to a medical career in India
The FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Exam) is a test attempted annually by Medical Students who have completed their Medical Course in Foreign Countries. It is a mandatory test which these students need to clear in order to be registered under the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Councils. To this day, the overall passing percentage amongst Foreign Medical Graduates in this examination remains to be very low and is a cause for much concern for students looking to pursue MBBS Abroad.
This is one area where DMSF is able to set itself apart and is able to show the quality of its education. In Association with Transworld, year after year, DMSF has been able to provide the highest passing percentage in the MCI Screening Test (FMGE Exam) amongst all Foreign Medical Colleges. With an average first time passing percentage of 85% since the first batch of students took the exam. The students have also consistently been amongst the top marks in the examination with DMSF students holding the no.1 rank in the MCI Screening test on multiple occasions.
The most recent batch from DMSF scored performed exceptionally once again in the MCI Screening Test (2018) with the students accumulating an overall pass percentage of 86%. Four students of DMSF also had the distinction of being amongst the top 10 overall marks in India.
To even further the high pass percentage of our students, Transworld Educare also conducts special coaching classes for our students with the eminent faculty specialized in FMGE Preparation. The Pune Campus provides a conducive, apt environment and facilities for the FMGE students to focus on their crucial preparations for the screening test without having any additional burdens.