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Possibility of Indian Doctors to be Exempted from Part of Examination in U.K

Jan 16, 2013 16:47 IST

    The Royal College of Surgeons situated in the United Kingdom is all set to exempt the Indian Doctors from appearing for a part of MRCS examination in case they have an MS and DNB degree.

    The college is in a mood to waive off the Part A of the examination for membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) for MS and DNB degree holders from India.

    The whole process will make India the first country to be given an exemption . Presently, Indian doctors are required to pass a two part examination for the MRCS course required for surgeons to move forward to higher specialist training in Britain.

    RCS is an independent professional body committed to promoting the highest standards of surgical care for patients and regulating surgery in England and Wales.

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