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  • Enhancing Exam Integrity: NBEMS Introduces Time-Bound Sections in Major Medical Exams

    National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) has announced the introduction of mandatory time-bound sections in several crucial tests, including NEET-PG, NEET-MDS, FMGE, GPAT, and others.
    Dipendra kumar
    By  Dipendra kumar  •  May 4, 2024

    The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) has taken a significant step towards bolstering the integrity and security of several crucial medical examinations. In a recent announcement, NBEMS unveiled the introduction of mandatory time-bound sections in a range of MCQ-based exams, including NEET-PG, NEET-MDS, NEET-SS, FMGE, DNB-PDCET, GPAT, DPEE, FDST, and FET.

    NOTICE :- Introduction of mandatory time-bound sections in MCQ based examinations-reg.

    This strategic move aims to ensure a fair and transparent assessment process, combating potential malpractice while upholding the credibility of these prestigious examinations. Under the new system, question papers will be divided into multiple time-bound sections, each with a specific number of questions and allotted time.

    For instance, in NEET-PG 2024, candidates will encounter five time-bound sections labeled A, B, C, D, and E, with 40 questions and 42 minutes allotted for each section. Notably, candidates will be unable to proceed to the next section until completing the designated time for the previous one. Additionally, once the allotted time elapses for a section, candidates cannot review or modify their responses.

    The implementation of such time-bound sections serves to streamline the examination process while minimizing the risk of irregularities. Furthermore, candidates will have the option to mark questions for review within the allotted time for each section, enabling them to revisit and revise their responses as needed.

    It’s important to highlight that the number of time-restricted sections may vary based on the exam’s format and logistical considerations. However, NBEMS has affirmed its commitment to incorporating these measures into all forthcoming computer-based tests, ensuring consistency and fairness across the board.

    Candidates with inquiries or seeking further clarification regarding these changes can reach out to NBEMS through their designated communication channels. This proactive approach underscores NBEMS’s dedication to maintaining the highest standards of professionalism and excellence in medical education and evaluation. For any queries, please contact NBEMS at 011-45593000 or write to NBEMS at its Communication Web Portal https://exam.natboard.edu.in/communication.php?page=main

    In conclusion, the introduction of time-bound sections by NBEMS marks a significant stride towards fortifying the integrity and reliability of medical entrance examinations. By fostering a secure and standardized testing environment, NBEMS continues to uphold its mandate of promoting meritocracy and excellence in the medical field.

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