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UK Decision To Cancel PLAB Test To Benefit Jobless NRI Doctors

The British government has cancelled examinations for recruitment of overseas doctors after the July 'sittings', thereby providing more opportunities // to over 1,000 unemployed NRI doctors in the UK. 'Due to low demand, we have cancelled all PLAB (Professional and Lingusitic Assessment Board)...

Indian Doctors Return Home from Britain, More on the Way

...he number sprung to 6,666 in 2005. One part of the plab test is held in centres in India while another is ...employment among Indian doctors who had passed the plab tests but were unable to find unemployment that on...und themselves in. Calling it the PPUD (Post plab Unemployment Doctor) Syndrome, Sareen detailed a s...

New Immigration Rule Adversely Affects Indian Doctors

...octors is not logical, especially since the NHS is under-staffed and has long waiting lists. Doctors seeking training in the UK have to take the plab (Professional and Linguistic Board) part I & II exams, held in India and the UK respectively. The exams are held, round the year (with the exception o...

New 'PPUD Syndrome' Prevalent Among Indian Doctors In Britain

...d to be suffering from the so-called "PPUD syndrome" //that stands for post plab unemployed doctor's syndrome. Writing in the latest issue of the resp... overseas doctors before they can be registered for employment. The plab used to be held twice or thrice a year earlier. Now it is held twice or thr...

Many Indian Doctors Live In Poverty

... to having to pay the NHS trusts money to get the necessary local experience which will guarantee them a good job. A ten-day course to prepare for the plab test costs £150. The local recruitment agencies which hire doctors for the NHS however appear to be prospering. ...
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