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Details are to be sent by email to praba@dentalindia.com or praba@vsnl.com Educational institutions and immigration consultants in UK/Australia have approaced Dental India to forward information of the prospective dentists who want to continue their higher education in UK/Australia or migrate to UK/Australia. Please provide the following informations to forward the same who will respond to you directly. This is a FREE service offered by Dental India to Indian dentists and further communications will have to be directly with the concerned Authorities/Immigration consultants who will be getting in touch with you based on the credentials and eligibility criteria. We cannot entertain any correspondence relating to the progress of your interactions with the concerned Authorities/Immigration consultants as it will be purely based on your fulfilling their requirements INFORMATION FOR INDIAN DENTISTS - NHS dental recruitment drive in India

A description of the calibre of dentists required in UK for immigration/Jobs The Dentists must be professionally qualified. Read, write & speak English. Must hold a Master's Degree or above. Must have ran their own dental practice for atleast 5 years, or have the same level of experience in consulting other dentists I.e. at the hospitals where they work in the capacity of a Dental consultant. Optional; If they have been married for atleast 2 years and their spouse has a Master's degree, then this will help also but it is not a must. If you are meeting the criteria, pl send the following details Name: Dr Date of Birth Qualification Year of passing Graduation College Qualification Year of passing PG College Speciality No of years in practice Spouse if she/he is a dentist Name: Dr Date of Birth Qualification Year of passing Graduation College Qualification Year of passing PG College Speciality No of years in practice Res mailing address Postal pin code Tel no with STD code Clinic/office mailing address Postal pin code Tel no with STD code Cell number You can also send your CV giving the above informations

Migration to / Further studies in Australia Changes to immigration arrangements have been made that will assist medical practitioners who wish to migrate to Australia. The changes, made as part of the enhancements to Medicare, allow Medical Practitioners to migrate to Australia under one of the General Skilled Migration visa categories Dentists work in general practice or specialise in one of the following principal fields: Orthodontics, Periodontics, Paediatric (children’s) dentistry, Prosthodontics, Endodontics and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Public Health Dentistry, and Radiology. Australian Dental Council (ADC) The Australian Dental Council (ADC) is the organisation responsible for assessing overseas trained dentists to enable them to obtain registration in Australia. ADC also accredits Australian dental schools. The Dental Boards, dental schools, the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and the Australian Dental Association are represented on the ADC. Recognition Procedures in Australia Each Australian State and Territory has separate legislation covering the recognition of dental qualifications. To practise dentistry in Australia you have to be registered with the local State or Territory Dental Board. There are three ways in which overseas qualified dentists can enter the profession in Australia: by enrolling at an Australian dental school where they may be granted some credit for previous study; by immediate recognition of their existing qualifications; or by successfully completing the Australian Dental Council (ADC) examinations. Qualifications Not Immediately Acceptable to Registration Boards If your qualifications do not immediately meet Australian requirements, there are two options. The first is to complete an Australian dental degree course at one of the Australian Universities. The second option is to undertake the examination procedure conducted by the ADC described below. ADC Examinations Overseas trained dentists are eligible to undertake the ADC examination procedure if they have completed and passed a dental degree that included at least four years' full-time academic study at a university recognised by the ADC. Proof of eligibility for registration as a dentist must also be provided. The ADC examination procedures have been developed specifically to assess the abilities of overseas trained dentists whose qualifications are not accepted as a basis for registration by Australian Dental Boards. The examination procedure consists of three parts: an Occupational English Test (OET) for which an overall "A" or "B" standard is required to progress (see Section A of this Guide for more information); a written Preliminary Examination (Multiple Choice Questions and Short Answer Questions); and a Final Examination (clinical). These must be taken sequentially. The clinical examination is held over three to six days and includes the following three blocks: Clinical Dentistry I Clinical Dentistry II Clinical Dentistry III Aspects of all clinical disciplines such as Orthodontics, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Pharmacology will be included where appropriate (practical and/or theoretical and/or viva voce). You will be examined at the same level as that reached by recent graduates from Australian universities. Examination Venues and Timing If you live overseas, you may take the OET and the ADC Preliminary Examination at an overseas venue. If you are in Australia, you can sit both these examinations in any of the State capital cities and some larger provincial centres. The Preliminary Examination is usually held in the first week of March and in the first week of September each year. You are allowed unlimited attempts at this examination, but a new fee must be paid for each attempt. The Final Examination is held only in Australia, usually twice a year in July and November. Candidates resident outside Australia may be able to obtain a temporary entry visa to cover, at their own expense, the trip to Australia to attend the examination. The venues are currently in Melbourne and Sydney. You are allowed two attempts ONLY at this Examination. An ADC Certificate is issued upon successful completion of the ADC examination procedure. The ADC Certificate entitles you to apply for registration to any of the Australian Dental Boards. Pl forward the following information Name: Dr Date of Birth Qualification Year of passing Graduation College PG Qualification Year of passing PG College Speciality No of years in practice Spouse if she/he is a dentist Name: Dr Date of Birth Qualification Year of passing Graduation College Year of passing PG College Speciality No of years in practice Res mailing address Postal pin code Tel no with STD code Clinic/office mailing address Postal pin code Tel no with STD code Cell number You can also send your CV giving the above informations ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FAQ - Higher Studies in Australia / Migration to Australia thanks to Dr Hitesh Doshi 1) to enter into dentistry in australia, we have 2 ways... either join schooling (for 2 years, fees-around 35,000 Australian $ per annum.) or pass ADC exam. (taken inot 3 steps- Occupational English Test, Theory Part and Practical Part... First two parts are taken in India, but to appear in practical part we need to come to Australia) Where in India you take the occupational English test - Theory part and Practical part? Who is the authority there to apply and correspond to ? Answer: Most of the times we get exemption from occupational english test... so try for that first. if not, then OET and theory test are taken in Delhi. for practical test we need to come to Australia. (either Sydney or Melbourne.) 2) for studying post graduation in dentistry, we can directly get admission without passing any exams, but we need to have 2 years of work experience after graduation. (and fees for that are around 35,000 Aus $ per annum for 3 years.) but afterwards if we want to practice dentistry in Australia, then again we need to clear ADC exams. 3) about job ooportunities, it seems that this country is really in need of dentists. as they are making rules to practice dentistry easier. they have included around 10 countries (like Malaysia, Singapore, USA, Canada etc.) from which dentists can directly practice dentistry here and clear their exams later on. (unfortunately India is not one of those countries.) 4) another step by the Australian govt is that they have put dentistry on MODL(Migration Occupation Demand List) list before 3 months.which shows their need for the dentists.. so after getting our BDS degrees assessed (we have to pass exams to get our degree assessed) we can directly apply for permanent residency from India. whom to apply for getting the degrees assessed? Answer: We need to apply to Australian Dental Council for getting our degrees assessed. for more downloading form etc., visit www.dentalcouncil.net.au you will find an option called application for assessment on the site..

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