What is NBE?
National Board of Examination was established by the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family welfare, in 1975 and later declared an independent autonomous organization in 1982, with the primary objective of setting up a standard for post graduate examinations in medical sciences in the country, considering the variation in the level of proficiency and standards of other post graduate and postdoctoral examinations in India.
The National Board of Examination foresees an increase in quality manpower requirements relating to surgical and medical specialties. It aspires to bring higher medical education and training within the reach of all medical graduates.
Objectives of NBE:
The main purpose for establishing the National Board of Examination was to set up an examining body that could evolve a pattern for the conduct of a high and uniform standard of postgraduate and postdoctoral examination in medical sciences for the award of Diplomate of National Board, equivalent to MD/MS/DM/MCh of other Indian Universities as recognized by the Government of India and the Medical council of India.
DNB is now recognized as the hall mark of excellence in the midst of university degrees and in today’s context with widespread commercialization of postgraduate medical education NBE provides a better alternative for the meritorious but less affluent medical graduates.
Minimum criteria for DNB qualification:
Centralized Entrance Test: – DNB
The previously known Primary Examination for admission to DNB courses is now known as ‘Centralized Entrance Test – National Board of Examination’ [CET-NBE] and is held twice a year [January/July] as per schedule published in the Information bulletin on website. It comprises of –
- Written test conducted by NBE
How to apply?
Within 15 days of release of the result of CET-NBE, the candidates can apply to the respective accredited institutions of their own choices, wherein the institutions will constitute a selection board which will conduct an interview for evaluation of aptitude of the applicant candidates on the guidelines prescribed by NBE.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND UPDATE KINDLY SEE NBE WEB SITE.
Admission of Diplomate of National Boards Courses,
Anandrishiji Hospital invite application for enrollment into the following DNB Courses starting Jan 2011
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Application forms duly filled in, should reach the Office of the Administrative Officer Anand Rishiji Hospital and Medical research Centre, 124, Anand Rishiji Marg Ahmednagar 414001 Maharashtra, IndiaContact Details: Dr. Ashish Bhandari,
124, Anandrishiji Marg, Ahmednagar 414001
Tel: 0241- 2320474 extn: 212