Is it possible to pursue PG Medical courses without PG NEET?
We are aware that to continue higher education after MBBS in India, it is mandatory to get qualified in the PG NEET examination. But unfortunately, it is not that easy for a common medical student to find his aspirant course in MD / MS or DNB through PG NEET counselling. So, it has become only a dream for many medical aspirants.
Can a medical student from India pursue a PG Medical course without PG NEET?
Yes. This is one of the greatest opportunities ever to pursue an International PG medical course without PG NEET. The Royal College, UK offers international certification in various specialties like Internal Medicine (MRCP), General Surgery (MRCS), Emergency medicine (MRCEM)Obstetrics, Gynaecology (MRCOG), and Paediatrics(MRCPCh) which is recognized in the UK, Middle East countries, Asian Countries, etc.
We have developed a PG medical course without PG NEET in the name of SPIME (Speciality Programme for International Medical Examinations). This is a training programme in association with the reputed hospitals across India. The candidate will undergo MRCP training, MRCOG training, and similar training for other specialties at the associated hospitals and simultaneously will be prepared for the theory examinations of Part 1 and 2. The Royal College, UK certified doctors will be responsible for the academic learning.
It takes 2 years to clear the Part 2 examination. With all the clinical knowledge acquired from the hospital, the candidate will be ready to appear for the Part 3 – Clinical examination. Once the candidate clears Part 3, he or she will be awarded the prestigious Royal College, UK certification to become an International Specialist.
With this MRCP, MRCS, MRCOG, MRCPCH, MRCEM, or MRCP certificate, the candidate can apply for GMC registration to practice in UK, DHA or HAAD, Singapore Medical Council (SMC) or can also practice in India.