(i) Candidates who have completed 10+2 (Senior Secondary
Certification) from recognized Open School Boards like National
Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS, for short).
(ii) Candidates above the age of 25 years (with relaxation of 5 years to
candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other
Backward Classes and persons entitled to reservation under the Rights
of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016) on the date of examination.
(iii) Candidates who had completed 10+2 as private students or had taken
Biology/Biotechnology as an “additional subject”.
2. Amendments under challenge framed by the Medical Council of India
(MCI, for short) with previous sanction of the Central Government under
Section 33 of the Medical Council of India Act,1956 (the Act, for short),
vide “Regulation on Graduate Medical Education (Amendment) 2017”,have
been reproduced and highlighted in italics and underlined alongwith clauses
4 and 4(2) of the Regulations, below:-
Source: Indian Kanoon