Justice Amit Bansal dismissed the petition of Association of MD Physicians.
FMG Exam: The judge said, ‘I am sorry. I am not inclined (to postpone the exam). (the petition) is dismissed. The detailed order will be issued later.
New Delhi. The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to postpone the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) screening test to be held on June 18 due to the prevailing COVID situation in the country. Justice Amit Bansal dismissed the plea of Association of MD Physicians seeking postponement of the examination to be held on June 18.
The judge said, ‘I am sorry. I am not inclined (to postpone the exam). (the petition) is dismissed. The detailed order will be issued later. He held the hearing till 7:35 pm.
The association had said that only a limited number of cities are being notified as examination centers and in such a situation a large number of candidates will have to travel without taking a single dose of the Kovid vaccine. Some of the members of this organization are foreign medical graduates who have completed their primary medical courses in institutions located abroad.
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However, counsel for the National Board of Examinations (NBE) and the National Medical Commission (NMC) had opposed the petition on the ground that it was only a qualifying examination and if the petitioners did not appear for the examination in June, they could appear for the examination in December also. can. He requested that the examination should not be postponed on insistence of some candidates.
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