With the current resumptions of regular activities after COVID-19 crisis and approval of MEC Law 2020, MEC will be in position to conduct postgraduate entrance examination towards mid-September. The notice for online application will be done at least three weeks prior to the DM/MCh entrance examination through our official website ‘www.mec.gov.np’ and national daily newspapers. Please follow the official website of Medical Education Commission (MEC).
It is already available in the official website of Medical Education Commission in the Examination section.
Yes, there will be common entrance examination effective from this year for all the medical and allied health programs under all the universities and academies in the country.
The specific quotas as assigned in the past by individual colleges are automatically scrapped and the quotas assigned by government as per the law will be put into effect.
It will be announced immediately after the result of 10+2 examination.
It will be based on 10+2 curriculum. However, the syllabus for the undergraduate entrance examination is yet to be worked up through general consensus of the workshop among related subject experts and examination experts from the universities.
Along with the publication of the entrance examination results, application will be called to prioritize the subjects and institutions of choice. The student’s enrollment will be done through merit based matching system.
Yes. If you have completed at least one year of your service and still working in the government post, you are eligible to write entrance examination under government category. However, You have to submit “No objection Letter’’ from respective ministry during application and upon selection in the postgraduate course, the remaining period of the contract will be added to the duration of the contract for your DM/MCh course.