About FMGE 2019

National Board of Examinations (NBE), had conducted FMGE exam for December session on December 20, 2019, in computer based mode. FMGE 2019 result has been announced on January 20, 2020, in PDF format, mentioning roll numbers, scores obtained (out of 300) and qualifying status of candidates. In order to be included in FMGE result 2019, candidates had to obtain at least 150 marks out of 300. Only aspirants who qualifies FMGE 2019 exam will be considered eligible to download scorecard of FMGE 2019 December session. Candidates who qualifies the test can check the schedule for distribution of registration certificate by logging in using their roll number and date of birth. The procedure of distribution of registration certificate for FMGE qualifiers will begin in the month of February 2020.

FMGE exam is conducted biannually in the month of December and June for Indian and Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) to obtain the provisional or permanent registration certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC). 

FMGE 2019 December session exam was divided into two parts - Part A and B. Each part had 150 multiple choice questions which had to be completed in 150 minutes only. As per the official exam pattern of FMGE 2019, one mark was awarded for every correct answer, while there is no negative marking and zero marks for every unanswered question.

Exam level: National Level Exam
Frequency: 2 times a year
Languages English
Conducting Body: National Board of Examinations (NBE)
Duration 5 Hours

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FMGE 2019 Important Dates

FMGE (Session Dec 2019)

Past Dates and Events

20 Jan, 2020

Result | Mode: Online

20 Dec, 2019

Exam - Part B | Mode: Online

20 Dec, 2019

Exam - Part A | Mode: Online

13 Dec, 2019 - 20 Dec, 2019

Admit Card - Admit card | Mode: Online

23 Nov, 2019 - 25 Nov, 2019

Application Correction | Mode: Online

04 Nov, 2019 - 09 Nov, 2019

Application Correction - Correction window | Mode: Online

11 Oct, 2019 - 31 Oct, 2019

Application - Application form | Mode: Online

11 Oct, 2019

Advertisement - Notification | Mode: Online

FMGE (Session Jun 2019)

Past Dates and Events

31 Jul, 2019

Result | Mode: Online

28 Jun, 2019

Exam - Part B | Mode: Online

28 Jun, 2019

Exam - Part A | Mode: Online

21 Jun, 2019

Admit Card | Mode: Online

15 Apr, 2019 - 06 May, 2019

Application | Mode: Online

The Foreign Medical Graduates (FMGs) are required to fulfill the following eligibility criteria of FMGE 2019 in order to be able to appear in the examination. Candidates can check the FMGE 2019 eligibility criteria listed below:

  • The candidates applying to FMGE must be either an Indian national or Overseas Citizen of India (OCI).
  • The candidates should obtain the necessary primary medical qualification and must obtain their MBBS degree before the ascertained period for a particular session. The MBBS degree of the FMGs must be awarded by institutions included in the World Directory of Medical Schools as listed by World Health Organization (WHO) or an institution duly attested by the India embassy concerned for the candidates to be recognized as medical practitioners in India. 
  • All the FMGs are required to provide documents in support of the primary medical education from the foreign medical institution concerned.
  • Candidates with a postgraduate medical degree obtained in the countries of Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand and the United States of America need not appear in FMGE 2019 screening test as they can directly register with MCI/SMC. 
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The FMGE application form 2019 from December session had been released by NBE on October 11. Separate FMGE application forms for the different sessions in June and December were available by the conducting authority. The application form of FMGE 2019 for December session was provided in the online mode only. Candidates can check the procedure to fill in the FMGE 2019 application form mentioned below.

  • Candidates need to click on the registration link of FMGE 2019 which was made available by NBE in order to register for the exam.
  • In the next step, all the necessary details pertaining to the application form of FMGE 2019 must be filled out by the candidates.
  • All the information provided in the FMGE 2019 application form must be correct, so candidates must thoroughly check the details before clicking on the 'Submit' button. 
  • The fee for application form of FMGE 2019 was paid in the next step via Credit or Debit Card or net Banking only.
  • The candidates were required to check the confirmation box in order to ensure successful submission of FMGE application form 2019. Candidates successfully completing the application process of FMGE 2019 received a confirmation letter sent by NBE on their registered email IDs.

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
General, ST, SC, OBC PWD Online Male, Transgender, Female ₹ 5500
General, ST, SC, OBC Online Male, Transgender, Female ₹ 5500

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FMGE 2019 Syllabus

Anatomy
General anatomy
Elements of anatomy
Regional anatomy
Embryology
Histology organs and systems
Human genetics
Radiological anatomy
Surface anatomy
Sectional anatomy
Physiology
General physiology
Body fluids - blood
Nerve and muscle
Gastrointestinal tract
Kidney
Skin and body temperature
Endocrine glands
Reproduction
Cardiovascular system
Respiratory system
Central nervous systems
Special senses
Biochemistry
Cell and sub-cellular structures
Hydrogen ion concentration acid, bases, buffers, henderson-hasselbalch equation
Isotopes and their application
Carbohydrates
Amino acids, peptides and proteins
Lipids
Nuclear acids
Enzymes
Vitamins
Biological oxidation
Digestion and absorption from gi tract
Intermediary metabolism
Carbohydrate metabolism
Lipid metabolism
Protein and amino acid metabolism
Purine and primidine metabolism
Minerals
Biochemical genetics and protein biosynthesis
Tissue biochemistry
Liver functions
Nutrition and energy metabolism
Pathology
Cell injury
Inflammation and repair
Immunopathology
Infectious diseases
Circulatory disturbances
Growth disturbances and neoplasia
Nutritional and other disorders
Genetic disorder
Haematology
Cardiovascular pathology
Respiratory pathology
Pathology of kidney and urinary tract
Hepato-biliary pathology
Lymphoreticular system / spleen
Reproductive system (male & female)
Diseases of the breast
Musculoskeletal system
Endocrine pathology
Neuropathology
Dermato-pathology
Ocular pathology
Microbiology
General microbiology
Immunology
Bacteriology
General virology
Systemic virology
Mycology
Parasitology
Clinical / applied microbiology
Pharmacology
General pharmacology
Autonomic nervous system
Cardio-vascular system
Diuretics
Drugs affecting blood and blood formation
Autocoids and related drugs
Respiratory system
Gastro-intestinal system
Endocrine pharmacology
Central nervous system
Psychopharmacology
Drugs in anaesthetic practice
Chemotherapy
Toxicology
Clinical pharmacology and rational drug use
Forensic medicine
Definitions
Courts of india
Court procedures
Medical certifications & medico-legal reports including dying declaration
Death
Changes after death
Inquest by police, magistrate and coroner
Identification
Examination of mutilated human remains
Medico-legal autopsies
Mechanical injuries and wounds
Examination of an injury case
Injuries due to physical agents & their medico legal importance
Asphyxial death
Death due to malnutrition, neglect battered babies
Dowry death
Virginity, sexual offences, sexual perversions
Legitimacy
Pregnancy and delivery
Infanticide
Biological fluids
Seminal stains
Forensic psychiatry
Medical jurisprudence
Toxicology
General surgery
Hemorrhage and shock
Fluid, electrolyte and acid balance, nutrition
Skin tumours, burns, skin grafting
Arterial diseases
Venous diseases
Lymphatic and lymph nodes
Wounds
Specific and non-specific injections
Tumors, cysts, ulcers and sinuses and fistulae
Infections of hand and foot
Diseases of muscle, tendons, bursae and fascia
Hernia
Umbilical granuloma, fistula, adenoma
Abdominal wall
Face, teeth, gums, mouth, tongue, salivary glands, neck
Thyroid glands, thyroglossal tract and endocrines
Breast
Sympathetic system
Cranio-cerebral injuries
Brain, nerves
Genito-urinary system
Kidneys and ureters
Urinary bladder
Prostrate
Urethra
Penis, testis and scrotum
Vasectomy and recanalisation
Cardiothoracis system
Oesophagus, stomach and duodenum
Spleen, liver, gall bladder and bile ducts
Pancreas
Peritoneum
Intestines, intestinal obstruction
Appendix
Rectum and anal canal
Anesthesia
Anatomy of upper airway
Physiology of respiration O2/CO2 transport. Methods of oxygen therapy.
Pre-operative evaluation/pre-medication
Anaesthetic agents, stages of anaesthesia
Principles and mechanism of administration of general anaesthetics, Balanced anaesthesia
Ippv, endotracheal intubations
Muscle relaxants
Spinal/epidural anesthesia
Local anesthesia
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation basic, use of simple ventilators
Monitoring
ICU, role of anaesthesiologist in icu
Shock
Blood transfusion and fluid electoral balance
Sites of respiratory obstruction and management of airway in an Unconscious patient
Poisoning
Role of anaesthesiologist in acute and chronic relief
Orthopedics
Traumatology injuries of bones and joints linjuries of lower extremity
Traumatology Injuries of the spine lvascular injuries
Cold orthopedics
Regional conditions
Neuro-muscular disorder
Bone and joint tuberculosis
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Radio- diagnosis
Respiratory system
Cardiovascular system
Gastrointestinal system
Obstetrics & gynaecology
Skeletal system
Central nervous system
Excretory system
Radiotherapy
Principles of radiotherapy
Principles of chemotherapy
Prevention and early diagnosis of cancer
Principles of nuclear medicine
Common radiation reactions and management
Radiotherapy and chemotherapy in commonly seen cancers
Radio-isotopes in diagnosis and therapy
Paediatrics
Vital statistics
Neonatology
Growth & development
Nutrition
Infections
Genetics
Pediatric emergencies
Central nervous system
Gastrenterology
Nephrology
Endocrinology
Respiratory system
Medicine
Clinical methods in the practice of medicine
Common symptoms of disease
Nutrition/exposure to physical & chemical agents
Infections
Haematology
Respiratory system
Cardio-vascular system
Gartro-intestinal tract
Emergency Medicine
Neurological system
Nephrology & urinary system connected to tissue disorders
Endocrine system
Geriatrics
Tuberculosis and respiratory diseases
Psychiatry
History aspects and diagnosis & treatment of mental illness
Conduction of mental status examination
Behavioral sciences
Different psychoses clinical features, diagnosis and management of : Schizophrenia, Mania and depression,Anxiety disorders and hysteria, Dementia, Alcoholism, Drug abuse,Psychiatric emergencies
Clinical features, diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders of: Childhood and adolescence, Personality disorder
Dermatology and sexually transmitted diseases
Dermatological therapy
Lichen planus
Diseases caused by nutritional and environmental factors
Infective disorders
Melanocytes, pigment metabolism and other disorders of pigmentation
Allergic disorders
Dermatitis and eczema
Vesiculobullous diseases
Alopecia and hirsutism
Structure and functions of sebaceous glands and disease
Leprosy
Psorasis
STD
Ophthalmology
Basic sciences – anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, pathology, elementary Optics, diseases of the eye
Conjunctiva
Cornea
Sclera
Uveal tract
Lens
Vitreous
Glaucoma
Retina
Optic nerve
Intra-occular tumors
Squint
Orbit
Lacrimal system
Lids
Refractive errors
Injuries
Ophthalmic surgery
Community ophthalmology
Miscellaneous
Otorhinolaryngology
Diseases of the ear
Diseases of nose and para nasal sinuses
Diseases of nasopharynx
Diseases of trachea
Oesophagus
Obstetrics and gynecology
Anatomy of the female reproductive tract
Physiology of conception
Development of foetus and placenta
Diagnosis of pregnancy
Maternal changes in pregnancy
Antenatal care
Abnormal obstetrics
Normal labour
Normal puerparium
Breast feeding
Care of new born
Medical termination of pregnancy
Family planning
Operative obstetrics
Post caesarian pregnancy
Pharmaco therapeutics in obstetrics
Safe motherhood
Maternal morbidity and morality
Medico legal aspects
RCH
Current topics
Vaginal discharge
Menstrual disorder
Fertility, infertility
Endometriosis and allied states
Genital injuries and fistulae
Genital infections
Genital prolapse
Tumours
Carcinomia
Radiotherapy in gynaecology
Chemotherapy in gynaecology
Endoscopy
Diseases of breast
Operative gynaecology
Community medicine
Evaluation of public health and concepts of health
Occupational health
Environment and health
Health education
Nutrition and dietetics
Medical sociology and community mental health
Fundamentals of biostatistics
Basic epidemiology
Epidemiology of specific diseases
Communicable and non-communicable diseases
Demography
Reproductive and child health
School health
Urban health
Health system in india
Health planning and management including disaster management
International health

The FMGE exam pattern 2019 can be checked by the aspirants below.

ParticularsDetails
Exam date
December 20, 2019
Examination ModeOnline
Medium of ExaminationEnglish
Number of Papers2
Parts of paper
Part A and B
Type of QuestionsMultiple Choice Questions
Number of Questions 300 (150 per paper)
Duration of Exam2 hours and 30 minutes per paper (150 minutes)
Total Marks300
Marking SchemeCorrect Answer: + 1 mark, Incorrect Answer: No negative marks, Unanswered Question: 0 marks

NBE had released the FMGE mock test 2019 for aspirants who wished to appear in the examination on December 13. The Foreign Medical Graduates (FMGs) who filled the application form were eligible to take up the FMGE 2019 mock test. Aspirants taking up the mock test of FMGE 2019 will be able to get acquainted with the test layout, and how to navigate the online examination. Candidates were required to enter their login ID and password in order to be able to take the FMGE mock test 2019. The practice test of FMGE 2019 comprises a tutorial section and a section with sample questions. The sample test papers in the FMGE mock test are, however, not indicative of the actual difficulty level of the questions to be asked in the examination. It is important that candidates take up the FMGE mock test 2019 before the actual exam in order to familiarize themselves with various aspects crucial to the entrance examination.

Candidates registering for FMGE had been issued the FMGE admit card 2019 by the NBE on December 13, 2019. The link to download FMGE 2019 admit card had made available on the official website of the authority. Candidates were required tpo download the admit card of FMGE 2019 December session by entering their login credentials - User ID and Password. Candidates should also paste a recent passport-sized photograph of the required specification on the FMGE 2019 hall ticket after downloading it. It is mandatory that candidates carry the admit card of FMGE 2019 and a valid photo identity proof along with them to the exam centre.

FMGE 2019 Exam Centers

State City
Gujarat Ahmedabad
Karnataka Bengaluru
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal
Odisha Bhubaneswar
Tamil Nadu Chennai
Uttarakhand Dehradun
Delhi New Delhi
Assam Guwahati
Telangana Hyderabad
Jammu and Kashmir Jammu
Srinagar
West Bengal Kolkata
Kerala Kozhikode
Thiruvananthapuram
Uttar Pradesh Lucknow
Noida
Punjab Mohali
Maharashtra Mumbai City
Nagpur
Pune
Bihar Patna
Jharkhand Ranchi
Meghalaya Shillong
Rajasthan Jaipur
Andhra Pradesh Visakhapatnam
Haryana Faridabad

Documents Required at Exam

  • FMGE 2019 admit card (with a recent passport sized photograph pasted on it)
  • A valid photo identity proof (PAN/Aadhar/Voter ID/Passport/Driving License)

The FMGE result 2019 has been declared by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) on January 20, 2020. The mode of the declaration of FMGE 2019 result is online. The result of FMGE 2019 for December session has been released in a PDF format containing the names of all the candidates who appeared in the exam. The roll numbers and qualifying status of each candidate along with the marks that they obtain is indicated in the FMGE result. Candidates need to download and save a copy of the result of FMGE 2019 for future reference. The authority will issue the pass certificate for the candidates who have qualified the FMGE 2019 December session by January 23, 2020. The candidates who have qualified the screening test will be able to download the individual scorecard from the official website. The certificate will be issued only to the candidates who will be present in-person on the stipulated time and date from the office of NBE. 

FMGE 2019 Cutoff

The minimum qualifying marks that the candidates appearing in FMGE are required to obtain will be the FMGE cutoff 2019. Candidates failing to meet the FMGE 2019 cutoff will be rendered disqualified and will not be able to register with the State Medical Council or Medical Council of India. The total score of FMGE is 300 (two papers of 150 marks each). NBE has set the cutoff of FMGE 2019 at 50%, i.e. a candidate will be required to obtain at least 150 out of 300 marks (in the two papers combined) so as to qualify the exam.

Qualifying Marks Trend

Year Category Cutoff
Dec 2018 General 150
General PWD 150
OBC 150
OBC PWD 150
SC 150
SC PWD 150
ST 150
ST PWD 150

General Information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: The FMGE exam will be conducted in online or offline mode?

Answer:

NBE conducts FMGE in computer based mode.

Question: What is the frequency of conduct of the examination?

Answer:

FMGE is conducted twice a year, i.e., in June and December.

Question: What corrections can be made in FMGE application form 2019 after the edit window facility opens?

Answer:

Candidates can re-upload their thumb impression, signature and photograph during edit window facility (in case corrections required).

Question: What is the application fee of FMGE 2019?

Answer:

Candidates have to pay 5500 INR as application fee while registering for FMGE 2019. 

Question: In how many cities FMGE 2019 held?

Answer:

The FMGE 2019 examination was held in 26 cities.

Question: In which all languages the authorities conduct the exam?

Answer:

The authorities conduct the exam in English language only.

Questions related to FMGE

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Hello sir, I am a Nepalese citizen and have completed my UG from Nepal (Kathmandu University). I have passed the licensing exam conducted by Nepal Medical Council (NMC) and registered in NMC. Do I need to give FMGE or any other exams to appear in this upcoming may 2020 pg entrace exam for MD/MS??

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 16th Jan, 2020

Summi, if you are a Foreign National and if you want to study MD/MS in India, you should appear for NEET PG. FMGE is for Indian Medical Graduates who have completed their MBBS abroad. This is the license exam for them to practise in India. But if you are a Foreign National, FMGE doesn't apply to you. You should appear for NEET PG and secure a seat as a Foreign National to study MD/MS here.

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If I qualify FMGE then where should I start working? Private or Government hospitals. Its because I dont have any idea about practical knowledge.

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 12th Jan, 2020

FMGE is an examination to allow Indian Medical Graduates who have studied abroad to practise legally in India. If you have studied MBBS, you should have attended Clinical postings and should have completed your mandatory internship period of the Country you have studied MBBS in. That should be an enough practical exposure. But if you do not have any idea about practical knowledge, it is alarming. You might not get posted in Government Hospitals right away because it is a Government job. You may have to start working in a small clinic first. Rather than working it should be a learning experience for you.

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currently I am going to nepal for mbbs so after doing that what should I do to practise in india ? also can I give pg exam or ms exam in india before passing fmge exam held by MCI. I am very very confused and overwhelmed. I never wanted to go nepal for mbbs but family pressure won I guess

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 12th Jan, 2020

Anshu, once you complete your MBBS, you have to appear for FMGE. Post your succesful clearing of FMGE exam, you can practise in India. You cannot give NEET PG before you clear FMGE. And if you are going to Nepal this year, the NEET PG exam will be scrapped within 3 years and there will be another admission process for PG courses. NMC will come up with a new admission process within the next 3 years which means any news that you absorb now will be changed by the time you come back with a MBBS degree. And regarding your last sentence, sometimes life is strange and you do not know which door opens which opportunity. Just go ahead and take the opportunity that your parents are giving you. It might change your life for good.

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where can i get recent fmge papers like from 2010 to 2019 years???

Aditya kumar Student Expert 9th Jan, 2020

Hello sonali

You can get previous year question papers of fmge by going through our page for which link is provided below :-

https://medicine.careers360.com/download/fmge-sample-papers-previous-years

I hope that it helps you

These sample papers and previous year papers of fmge examination will help you a lot in your fmge examination preparation.
These papers of fmge will help you to understand the types of questions which are asked in exam, you will know the examination pattern and all. You will know the level of questions asked in fmge entrance exam.

Good luck for your fmge examination , prepare well :)




Thankyou
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fmge exam given by bhms yes or no ? why?

Apoorva Student Expert 10th Jan, 2020

Dear Aspirant,

FMGE is a screening test conducted for Indian nationals or OCIs to obtain the provisional or permanent registration certificate from Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC). NBE conducts the FMGE screening test twice a year in June and December session. each student can attempt this exam only thrice . I hope this helps.

Best wishes!

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