DNB Practical exams: NBE gives final opportunity of opting out from revised scheme for exam
New Delhi: Through a recent notification, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has given candidates of DNB Final Practical Examinations – Dec 2019 Session, a final opportunity to opt-out from the revised scheme of examination, if they desire to do so.
If the candidates fail to exercise this choice, their action would be taken as inclusion in the list of candidates who opt the revised scheme, the exam body clarified.
NBE had earlier announced the conduct of the DNB Final Practical Examination of December 2019 session in a New Revised Format for DNB candidates in the first phase in all those specialities which are feeder qualifications for the NEET SS Examination and Fellowship Entrance Test. The said revised scheme has been further clarified vide NBE notice dated 20-06-2020.
It was also informed by the said notice that all such DNB candidates who wish to opt-out of this revised scheme of Examination are required to exercise their choice for opting out, if they desire to do so, through login into their account at "Online Exit Examination Portal" (OEEP).
It is hereby clarified that candidates who do not specifically exercise their choice for opting out will be included in the list of candidates who have opted for the revised scheme of Examination.
Vide this notice, a final opportunity is given to candidates to exercise their choice of opting out from the revised scheme of Examination, if they desire to do so. Failure to exercise the choice of opting out would be taken as their consent for inclusion in the list of candidates who have opted for the revised scheme of Examination.
The last date for the exercise of the option as aforesaid (if not already done) is 26th June 2020.
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The exam authority had also declared that it is going to conduct DNB Final Practical Examination of December 2019 session in phases. In the first phase, it has given a New Revised Format for DNB candidates in all those specialities which are feeder qualifications for the NEET SS Examination and Fellowship Entrance Test.
NBE had also laid down a new revised scheme of examination for DNB Final Practical Examination that shall be followed in the major clinical specialities as mentioned in the accompanying Annexure.
Previously, the NBE had declared that it has decided to increase the number of examination centres to conduct DNB Practical Exam, December 2019 session in the light of ongoing COVID 19 outbreak. This step is about to be taken in order to reduce the number of candidates allotted at each centre and minimise the travelling requirements for candidates.