A Farce Called the National Board of Examinations
Sarbadhikari, Suptendra Nath
Indian Journal of Medical Ethics 2010 January-March; 7(1): 20-22
The National Board of Examinations is a body formed to enhance the standards of post graduate examinations in modern medicine in India. Unfortunately, the outdated mode of examinations and the arbitrarily set high cut-off marks for passing the examinations defeat the very purpose of its formation and functioning.
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