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Author: raj84PostPosted:     Post subject:

50 percent marks in practical and theory each is essential in each subject to pass .

Author: raj84PostPosted:     Post subject:

see mci guidelines for passing



RxPG -> MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India

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RxPG -> MBBS - Being a Medical Student In India

Author: allergic2morons PostPosted:     Post subject: Mumbai High court order to MUHS on aggregate passing

According to a recent report in Hindustan Times, Mumbai edition-

Hindustan Times wrote:
Bombay High court ruled that 50 % aggregate marks in all the subjects would be enough for MBBS students to clear a year. Till now, medical students were required to score 50% in an individual subject.

The Ruling came following a PIL filed by an MBBS student who was failed in the third year for not scoring 50% in an individual subject.

His lawyer contested that the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, which conducts the MBBS exams, was not following the Medical Council of India guidelines, which are based on aggregate marks.


Does anyone know what is the present passing rules after this verdict? Is it being challenged in Supreme court?

What does 50% aggregate exactly means? does it mean we have to score 450 out of 900 marks or is it that we have to score 50% in an individual subject eg., scoring 150 out of 300 to pass Medicine irrespective of mark distribution in practical and theory? The report quoted above is ambiguous at best if not downright confusing. If anyone is aware of the details please post them. So far there has been no clarification on MUHS website.

Does rule for grace marks still holds?