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1 NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATIONS ANBAI MEETING 3 rd AUGUST,BANGALORE

2 Here comes your footer  Page 2 I.FEES  NBE constituted a committee under the chairpersonship of Dr. R.N. Salhan.  The committee consulted various stakeholders who are involved and would be affected by the revision of fees for DNB candidates.  The committee has given its report for revision of fee rules and fee schedule & guidelines for the DNB candidates.  The committee has recommended the revision of fees to Rs, 100,000 and has also prescribed a yearly breakup of fees for the candidates to prevent any immediate monetary burden on them and their families. Discussion point a & b

3 Here comes your footer  Page 3 I.FEES  The committee has also specified that the fee shall be paid by the candidate only through Demand Draft/Cheque/electronic transfer and under no circumstances by cash.  The committee has also made recommendations on the stipend for DNB candidates, which either be as mentioned below or as per State Government Norms, whichever is higher. For year 1Rs /- For year 2Rs /- For year 3Rs.25000/-

4 Here comes your footer  Page 4 I.FEES  For Post Diploma candidates, the stipend shall be as follows Year 1 Equivalent to DNB year 2 stipend Year 2Equivalent to DNB year 3 stipend

5 Here comes your footer  Page 5 II. STUDENT RELATED ISSUES  National Board of examinations has not prescribed in any of its guidelines, any specific number of hours for DNB students for performance of clinical/ hospital duties.  The candidates are required to be on duty and discharge clinical and hospital work as may be assigned by the hospital/ institution administration.  It is not possible to announce the results of DNB examinations institute wise.  However results are announced specialty wise both at NBE website and at NBE Notice Board as well as in NBE Annual Report. Discussion Point 1. Duty Hours Discussion Point 2. Announcement of Results of the DNB examinations

6 Here comes your footer  Page 6 II. STUDENT RELATED ISSUES  The topic of thesis & details of proposed thesis guide are not asked immediately after joining of candidates.  Instead the same is required to be filled in the form for registration with NBE which can be submitted up to 30 days of joining the DNB training.  Keeping in view of 90 days time to submit thesis protocol, 30 days time is adequate enough to identify possible research area and thesis guide.  The same has been quoted in the allotment letter, registration form and registration guidelines stated in the handbook for counseling. Discussion Point 3. Thesis Topic & Guide

7 Here comes your footer  Page 7 II. STUDENT RELATED ISSUES DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED TO NBE 30 Days At the Time of Counseling -Rank Letter -DNB CET Result Certificate -MBBS Degree certificate/ Provisional Pass Certificate of MBBS* -Permanent Registration certificate issued by MCI/State Medical Council for registration of MBBS qualification. -Proof of MBBS Qualification being recognized as per IMC Act/ Central Government. -Internship Completion Certificate -Mark sheets of all MBBS Professional Examinations. -Matriculation/High School/Higher Secondary Certificate as a proof of Date of Birth. -SC/ST/PWD/OBC certificate issued by competent authority, if applicable. -Caste certificate must be issued by competent authority. -Any document confirming the name of the institution/medical college from where the MBBS qualification was pursued. -Proof of identity -Any other relevant document. -Duly filled Application Form– Registration as DNB Trainee -Bank Chalaan -Annexure A Thesis Protocol Submission 90 Days

8 Here comes your footer  Page 8 II. STUDENT RELATED ISSUES  National board of Examinations shall not ordinarily interfere in any dispute which is a work place dispute or an issue involving the accredited institute or the candidate.  However in rare or exceptional cases NBE may consider the issue for necessary action or adjudication. Discussion Point 4 & 5: Misconduct of Students

9 Here comes your footer  Page 9 III. THESIS PROTOCOL  The guidelines for writing and submission of thesis and thesis protocol are already available on National Board of Examinations website. Moreover accreditation is granted to the department having a PG teacher who is well experienced with guiding the student about how to write a thesis protocol and thesis.  It is far from understanding how candidates are finding it difficult to write thesis and protocol under guidance of well trained PG teachers who have wide teaching experience.  Based on your request, we shall be sending a compendium of guidelines to all DNB coordinators soon  Already in Place Discussion Point 1. Guidelines regarding the submission of thesis protocol Discussion Point 2. Request of introduction of a system of e- acknowledgement of thesis

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11 Here comes your footer  Page 11 III. THESIS PROTOCOL  In the year , a total of 3657 number of thesis was received at the NBE office for assessment of which 100 percent have been processed.  67.8% (2481) have been accepted & communication has already been issued to the concerned candidates, 12% (438) have been advised modification & concerned candidates have been communicated to submit thesis after necessary modifications and 20.2% (739) of thesis are still under assessment.  It is to mention here that 13 candidates have not submitted their modified thesis even more than 1 year after communication was issued though they were given 6 weeks time to modify the thesis as advised.  6 theses were reported lost during transit from concerned assessor to NBE. For administrative reasons, these candidates have been advised to resubmit a copy of their thesis to NBE.

12 Here comes your footer  Page 12 III. THESIS PROTOCOL  An alarming data has come out of the analysis done by NBE that more than 69.6% (689) of June 2013 exam going candidates have not submitted their thesis for assessment to NBE in time.  For June 13 examination going candidates, the last date to submit thesis was 31st of December 2012, only 30.4% (301) of total expected thesis were received at NBE office.  To extend maximum benefits to the candidates, the cutoff date to submit thesis was extended twice. Even after extended cutoff date, 110 candidates failed to submit their thesis to NBE.  The institutions are requested to abide by the timelines for thesis submission which are well notified on NBE website as well as information bulletins published by NBE time to time.

13 Here comes your footer  Page 13 III. THESIS PROTOCOL  In circumstances where theses are submitted to NBE irregularly out of the schedule, it becomes very difficult to ensure completion of assessment process by the time candidate gets his/her DNB final exam result. This results into results/PPC getting withheld due to lack of thesis acceptance.  In view of a number of thesis being received with not an expected quality of research work, NBE has taken a step forward to get all thesis protocols assessed centrally and to advise the candidates to modify their proposed research work accordingly.  This exercise was not satisfactorily delivered by the institutional ethical/research committees. Discussion Point 3. The review and acceptance of the thesis protocol by NBE presently is taking a long time

14 Here comes your footer  Page 14 III. THESIS PROTOCOL  Candidates are required to furnish the thesis protocols to NBE within 90 days of their joining DNB training. However, it’s a rarity to see a protocol being submitted in time.  Institutions are forwarding protocols to NBE for assessment as late as the time when thesis submission cutoff date has been over/about to be over. In such circumstances, it is not possible to offer assessment remarks on such protocols.  In , around 1796 protocols were received in NBE office of which around 75% have been processed and outcome has been communicated to the candidates. Rests of the protocols are under assessment or can not be assessed as the deadline for thesis submission is already over/shortly approaching.  95 out of 369 candidates who have been registered with NBE for DNB training in year 2013 have not submitted their thesis protocols despite 90 days timeline being over and each of them being reminded through individual telephonic calls. IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE

15 Here comes your footer  Page 15 III. THESIS PROTOCOL  So far there is no administrative penalty being imposed on erring candidates/ institutions who fail to submit thesis protocol in time. Institutions are requested to encourage the candidates to submit thesis protocols to NBE well in time so as the outcome can be communicated in a timely manner.

16 Here comes your footer  Page 16 IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE  NBE has defined and formulated a clear set of guidelines and criteria regarding inspection of hospitals/institutes. A calendar for accreditation of hospitals (both fresh and renewal) is a process of one year and NBE ensures that the same is maintained.  A case wherein inspection is delayed beyond prescribed schedule is due to compliance being awaited from the hospital regarding deficiencies noted in the application submitted.  The calendar for accreditation of hospitals is as follows: Discussion point 1. Schedule of Inspection

17 Here comes your footer  Page 17 IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE ActivityTime Frame Sale of formsAll around the year Receiving of completed application31 st Jan Scrutiny of Applications by NBEFeb-Mar Appointment of inspectors, completion of inspection and receipt of reports 1 st Apr- 15 th June Scrutiny of reports to be completed by31 st July Accreditation Committee, Proceedings and Approval by NBE Aug/Sep Communication of deficiency, acceptance of reports, etcAug-Sep Signing of Agreements with institutes/hospitalsOct Consideration of cases with compliance of deficienciesOct Signing of AgreementOct/ Nov Admission ProcessNov-Dec

18 Here comes your footer  Page 18 IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE APPLICATION SCRUTINY DEFICIENT NO DEFICIENCY SEEK COMPLIANCE REPORT RECEIVED SCRUTINY NO DEFICIENCY RECIEVED NO DEFICIENCY SEEK COMPLIANCE

19 Here comes your footer  Page 19 IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE  The purpose of local appraiser is to further improve the quality of training, assess the training infrastructure for the DNB candidates and also assist the local institutions to develop in to a center of academic excellence.  National Board appoints Local experts/appraisers from hospitals in the vicinity of the concerned Hospital/Medical Institute.  National Board is conducting appraisal of all the accredited Hospitals/Medical Institutes on an annual basis. The appraisal is done of the Hospitals/Medical Institutions all over India.  The feedback of the shortcomings observed and suggestions for further improvement is communicated to the concerned hospital/medical institute and each DNB trainee for further improvement.  The concerned Hospital/Medical Institute bears the remuneration expenses for the appointed local expert/appraiser Discussion point 2: Frequency & Schedule of External Appraisal

20 Here comes your footer  Page 20 IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE  NBE shall make all possible efforts that the academic session of candidates registered through the second phase of counseling in August 2013 is not disturbed.  The candidates shall be able to undertake December 2015 DNB Final Examinations.  However they will be required to complete their full training at their respective hospitals/ institutes as per NBE guidelines and complete their training by mid  There is no kind of preference given by NBE to any particular state/ city for selection of professors and examiners for evaluation of theory papers or practical examinations.  NBE also ensures that most of the examiners appointed are from DNB institutes all over the country. IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE Discussion point 3: Completion of training for Jan 2013 Session Discussion point 4: Appointment of Examiners

21 Here comes your footer  Page 21 IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE  Last year for the session of December 2012, approximately 800 examiners and assessors were appointed by NBE for theory and practical examinations from all over the country. Out of all the examiners appointed, around 70% of them were from various DNB institutes accredited with the NBE.  In December 2012, out of the total 165 assessors appointed for theory papers evaluation, 111 of them were from DNB institutes all over the country.  In practical examinations also, around 650 assessors were appointed by NBE from various institutes all over the country with majority of them coming from various DNB institutes accredited with NBE.

22 Here comes your footer  Page 22 V. COMMUNICATION  Each Department within NBE has a query handling unit as an integral part exclusively for the purpose of addressing specific queries from candidates and institutes.  Apart from departmental divisions a Contact Center has been established for receiving and sending large volume of telephonic and queries.  Also please be apprised that NBE has mentioned in all its guidelines that an e mail query shall be addressed only if it is not anonymous and contains the name, postal address and contact number of the sender.  An e mail containing vague or general queries seeking information already contained in the information bulletin shall not be entertained. Queries shall not be entertained from person claiming themselves to be representative, associate or officiates of the candidate/ institute.  Department wise data of e mail communication between the NBE and candidate for last 3 months is provided below: IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE

23 Here comes your footer  Page 23 V. COMMUNICATION IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE DepartmentE mail AddressAprilMayJune Turn Around Time With in 24 hrs to 7 days depending upon the nature of the query Thesis & Final MCQ Communication Protocol: For Accreditation  Average time duration between the assessment report being received and communication being issued is around 30 days.

24 Here comes your footer  Page 24 V. COMMUNICATION  A reminder in advance regarding the expiry of accreditation is sent to all concerned Institutions/Hospitals.  A schedule for submission of application seeking fresh/renewal of accreditation is communicated to each NBE accredited hospitals/institutions by post and by as well as a public notice in this regard is also uploaded on the NBE official website.  100% applications received for seeking fresh/renewal of accreditation are acknowledged. Communication Details of Contact Center 1. Communications via The NBE contact centre receives s directly from candidates seeking various information related to examination, thesis status etc. The contact centre sends the queries to the respective sections for the solutions and then reverts back to the candidate. IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE

25 Here comes your footer  Page 25 V. COMMUNICATION IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE Departments Number of s (Approx) Turn Around Time for Response/Acknowle dgement Turn Around Time for Solution/Answer FINAL1602 Working Hours48 Working Hours* FMGE452 Working Hours48 Working Hours* REGISTRATION & COUNSELING 602 Working Hours24 Working Hours* DEGREE & CONVOCATION 152 Working Hours48 Working Hours* THESIS1802 Working Hours 48 to 72 Working Hours* MISC./ FEEDBACK1002 Working Hours48 Working Hours* * It may vary as per the nature of the query

26 Here comes your footer  Page 26 V. COMMUNICATION 2. Telephonic Communication  NBE Contact Center is functioning for both Inbound and Outbound calls. An Inbound Contact Center of NBE is operated by Candidate Care Executives (CCEs) to manage incoming quires from the candidates.  Outbound Contact Center of NBE is operated for calling the candidates/ doctors/ hospitals etc for providing them the information regarding their thesis status, results, hospital accreditation, CME workshops and for taking their valuable feedback which is used for internal trainings and improvements. * Service Level Percent: The percentage of incoming calls that are answered by the Contact Center within a specified time period. MONTH NO OF CALLS OFFERED NO. OF CALLS ANSWERED SERVICE LEVEL PERCENT * Apr May Jun

27 Here comes your footer  Page 27 V. COMMUNICATION  Many appreciation e mails have been received by the Candidate Care Executives from time to time. Between April and June 2013, 91 such mails have been received from the candidates.  Hence the assertion made is wrong and far from actual facts. IV. ASSESSMENT FOR ACCREDITATION AND SCHEDULE

28 Here comes your footer  Page 28 VI. ACCREDITATION  The statement made that timely inspections are not being conducted by NBE is completely baseless and vague allegation. In fact, NBE makes all possible efforts to ensure that timely inspection for hospitals/institutes are conducted so that accreditation can be granted to them as per prescribed schedule. Status of the Applications received for seeking Fresh/Renewal of Accreditation in the year 2012 * Out of these applications received, 150 applications were submitted by the Hospitals/Institutions after the prescribed cut of date of which 90 were for even June-2012 expiry. CasesApplication Received (2012) % of Applications Processed (2012) Fresh Cases23791% Renewal Cases466*90% Discussion Point a: Renewal of Accreditation

29 Here comes your footer  Page 29 VI. ACCREDITATION  Communications to all concerned Institutions/Hospitals have already been issued.  Processing of less than 5% of Renewal cases is still ongoing primarily due to non- submission of compliance by concerned Hospitals/Institutions for deficiencies observed in the application/by NBE appointed assessor.  Processing of less than 4% of Fresh cases is still ongoing primarily due to non- submission of compliance by concerned Hospitals/Institutions for deficiencies observed in the application/by NBE appointed assessor.  Please be apprised that the physical assessment is recommended only after NBE office has ensured that all necessary information is available in the application submitted by the institute/hospital. Assessment gets delayed if the compliance is not furnished or not furnished as per prescribed norms. VI. ACCREDITATION

30 Here comes your footer  Page 30 VI. ACCREDITATION  Status of the Applications received for seeking Fresh/Renewal of Accreditation in the year 2013 A total of 604 applications (392 Renewal Fresh) seeking fresh/renewal of accreditation have been received in the current year. 100% applications have been acknowledged and further processed. 80 compliance reports are still awaited at the end of Hospitals/Institutions despite repeated reminders.  It is not possible for NBE to upload Assessment Form A & B on NBE website as these forms are for restricted use by NBE appointed specialty assessor for NBE accreditation. Further, these forms if uploaded on the website are liable to abuse. VI. ACCREDITATION Discussion Point b: Inspection for Reaccreditation

31 Here comes your footer  Page 31 VII. DNB EXAMINATIONS  DNB Final Exit Examination is a highly structured examination which has been formulated keeping all the possibilities in mind. One single examiner or performance does not define the candidate as a whole.  Infact having different assessors for evaluating the candidates helps in increasing validity and reliability of the candidate assessment. Hence making such a statement that a dislike by an examiner can affect the result of the candidate is beyond understanding. During an assessment of the answer sheets, the examiner is evaluating the answers of the candidate and not him.  During objective assessment, NBE already has an itemized method of assessment in place which is followed by all the examiners.  Hence the statement made that sub par performance in even one of the parts will effect the result of the candidate is a completely vague statement. Discussion Point a Discussion Point b

32 Here comes your footer  Page 32 VII. DNB EXAMINATIONS  There has been no information or complaint from anyone of any such instance of candidates being humiliated by examiners from medical colleges.  Students are well aware of the fact that they are free to contact NBE if they face any problem during their examination or at the institute during training.  The statement made about the fact that the pass rates in practical examinations are extremely low is completely vague and away from the truth. In December 2012, a total of 1910 candidates passed the practical examinations with a an overall passing percentage of 67 %.  The passing percentage for practical examinations for all the subjects in the session of December 2012 is given below: Discussion Point c Discussion Point d

33 Here comes your footer  Page 33 VII. DNB EXAMINATIONS Subject Passing Percentage Anaesthesiology65.61 Anatomy90.00 Biochemistry75.00 Cardio Thoracic Surgery65.61 Cardiology90.00 Dermatology & Venereology61.04 Endocrinology77.78 Family Medicine64.81 Forensic Medicine Gastroenterology68.00 General Medicine40.93 General Surgery44.04 Genito Urinary Surgery (Urology)64.42 Health Administration Including Hospital Administration42.86 Hematology33.33

34 Here comes your footer  Page 34 VII. DNB EXAMINATIONS Immunohematology & Trans Fusion Medicine Medical Oncology Microbiology63.64 Neonatology60.00 Nephrology76.67 Neuro Surgery41.46 Neurology82.35 Nuclear Medicine58.82 Obstetrics And Gynecology54.69 Ophthalmology69.28 Orthopedic Surgery46.58 Otorhinolaryngology46.84 Paediatric Surgery Part – Ii72.73 Paediatrics61.69 Pathology77.78

35 Here comes your footer  Page 35 VII. DNB EXAMINATIONS Peripheral Vascular Surgery Pharmacology81.82 Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation Physiology75.00 Plastic Surgery43.75 Psychiatry52.83 Radio Diagnosis57.98 Radio Therapy58.06 Respiratory Diseases58.82 Rheumatology50.00 Rural Surgery83.33 Social And Preventive Medicine75.00 Surgical Gastroenterology64.58 Surgical Oncology60.87

36 Here comes your footer  Page 36 VIII. DNB Curriculum for General Surgery The curriculum for General Surgery is uploaded on the website.

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