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    The move means Radiologists in India and surrounding countries will soon be able to sit RCR Fellowship (FRCR) exams locally, reducing travel and expense for candidates and expanding RCR exam capacity across the region.

    As RCR Fellowship is an internationally recognised benchmark of excellence, there is high demand for FRCR exams in India. RCR Fellowship status also makes it easier for overseas doctors to register with the General Medical Council.

    Currently, many Indian candidates travel to the UK or Hong Kong and Singapore centres to access the exam. The new venue, which is now being adapted and equipped with exam stations, is based in the south Indian city of Hyderabad.