Professor Dr. Vaibhav Sharma, M.D. (Forensic Medicine) of the Medical College in Agro (India) arrived at Zaporozhye State Medical University to read lectures for foreign students who are about to graduate ZSMU and think about a medical career in their home country. To make the latter possible Indian students have to pass the FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduates Examination, also known as Medical Council of India Screening Test), which is a mandatory requirement for Indian citizen who has a medical degree from a college outside India to practice medicine in the country.
This examination is held twice a year, and the preparation level to pass it has to be high. The examination results directly influence the job quality level, the doctors’ reputation and their further career.
Dr. Vaibhav is well-acquainted with the examination specifics, that’s why he arrived to ZSMU to share his knowledge of physiology and forensic medicine with the students. Every day within a week he reads six hours lectures. Later ZSMU will receive more Indian experts in other disciplines. This project is held and financed by Neo Institute of Medical Science and Technology Limited, which is the partner of ZSMU regarding foreign students’ enrolment.
Not only senior students come to the lecture room №1 of the first hostel but any willing student can attend a lecture, because everyone will face this exam sooner or later. Moreover, visiting these lectures can be not only helpful, but pleasant as well.