NMCLE syllabus Nepal Medical Council Licensing Examination:
(Implemented from March 1st, 2001=Falgun 18, 2057)
After completion of MBBS/BDS course, every medical graduate must have to appear in the licensing examination, conducted by Nepal Medical Council. Candidates who are enrolled in University/Academy/Institution and completed minimum six months of their compulsory rotatory internship can appear in the licensing examination. Nepal Medical Council “Registration Certificate” will be provided to only those candidates who will pass the licensing examination and complete full one year compulsory rotatory internship either from Nepal or abroad. (Edited decision on 2075/07/15 NMC Full House and MOHP approved on 2075/07/30) For the reference, followings are the composition and question pattern of Licensing Examination which is not constant and may change on time to time.
A. Aims and objectives of questions of Licensing Examination:
MCQs to evaluate the range of knowledge of subject specialty
CSQs to evaluate the depth of knowledge of subject specialty.
B. Subject wise 130 Questions (MCQ), 1 mark each MCQ (1X130=130):
C. CSQ: 10 Questions 5 marks each (5X10) =50
NMCLE Syllabus Nepal Medical Council Licensing Examination:
|3||Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics||20||2|
|4||Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery||20||2|
|5||Oral Medicine and Radiology||10||1|
Grand Total Marks of Licensing Examination (130+50) =180
NB: Please note that the information provided over here is to give a hint to candidates appearing licensing examination and does not mean exact distribution in each examination. However, Nepal Medical Council can change the modality of the exam whenever deemed necessary.
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