Delhi: Through a recent notice, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has informed regarding the Leave Application form for NBEMS Trainees
As per NBEMS Leave rules, NBEMS Trainees can avail a maximum of 30 days of leave in a year excluding regular duty off/ Gazetted holidays as per hospital/institute calendar/policy.This leave shall be processed at the institutional level.
The NBEMS Leave rules prescribe that any leave availed by the candidate other than the eligible leave (30 days per year) shall lead to extension of DNB /FNB training. The training institute has to forward such requests to NBEMS along with the leave records of the candidate since his/her joining and supporting documents (if any) through the Head of the Institute with their recommendation/comments. NBEMS shall consider such requests on merit provided the seat is not carried over and compromise with training of existing traineesin the Department.
It has been noted that the trainees are not seeking approval of NBEMS prior to proceeding on leave beyond those which are permissible as per leave rules. In many instances, the leave requests are not well supported with required documents.
A Leave Application Form has been introduced which shall be required to be submitted to NBEMS through the training institution for seeking approval of other than permissible leave.
Download the Leave Application Form for NBEMS Trainees
The Leave application form should be submitted well in advance in order to get the approval of NBEMS before proceeding on leave. Requests for post-facto approval of leave shall not be entertained and the trainee shall be considered on an unauthorized absence for such period.
Maternity/ Paternity leave shall be permissible strictly as per the Central or State Government policies, whichever is applicable to training institute of the trainee. The expected date of delivery (EDD) should fall within the duration of maternity leave
The weekly off/ holidays falling during the period of leave applied for shall be considered as leave. The days of Final Theory & Practical Examinations and Formative Assessment Tests shall not be considered as leave.
Extension of leave by more than a year shall lead to cancellation of candidature. In other words, candidature of a trainee to pursue the NBEMS course is liable to be cancelled who has taken leave more than a year.
To view the official Notice, Click here : https://medicaldialogues.in/pdf_upload/natboard-datapublicnoticenotice202311081165-224926.pdf