Clearing Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) a must
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Responding to queries from the Indian High Commission in Shanghai and Indian embassy in Beijing, the Union Health Ministry has clarified that those who have done internships in China as part of the MBBS curriculum in that country are acceptable for registration to practice medicine in India. They will, however, have to clear the screening test for foreign medical graduates.

The fact remains that in the last three years, only 6-8 per cent medical graduates from China who took the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) cleared it. The number of Indian medical students heading to China is rising every year. A Chinese degree is often cheaper than one from Europe, though a four-and-a-half year course plus a one-year internship could cost Rs 20-25 lakh.

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/only-6-8-per-cent-medical-graduates-from-china-pass-india-test-4685167/
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