NEET PG is a computer-based entrance test for admissions to MD/MS and PG diploma courses which are offered in various government, private, Deemed/Central, ESIC and AFMS medical institutions all over India. The students can get admissions in medical colleges through NEET. This exam is conducted nationwide once a year in online mode by the National Board of Education (NBE) for admissions to various medical colleges across the nation. All the medical graduates who want to go for PG courses from the best medical institutions should be aware of this exam. All the MBBS graduates are required to get themselves registered on the official website of NBE so that they can appear for the national level entrance exam. The eligibility criteria for the exam are mentioned below:
All the interested candidates should make themselves aware of the mode of exam, the number of questions, timings, syllabus, etc before appearing for the exam. All the important details about the entrance exam are always released by the NBE.
It is indispensable for the candidates to make themselves aware of the pattern of the NEET PG Exam before preparing there entrance exam strategies. The details pertaining to the exam pattern are all mentioned below:
Mode and Date: It will be conducted in a computer-based mode on January 5, 2020, by NBE.
Exam Language: The language of the exam will be English.
Exam Duration: A total of 3 hours 30 minutes is allotted to the students to complete the examination.
Marks and Question Type: The paper will contain objective type questions with maximum marks of 1200.
Number of Questions in Total: There are a total of 300 questions which are divided into 3 sections.
NEET PG 2020
Release of Information Brochure: November 01, 2019
Application Form Release: November 01, 2019
Application Form Last Date: November 21, 2019
Admit Card Release: 23 Dec 2019 – 05 Jan 2020 (Tentative)
Exam Date: 5 January 2020
Result: Before 31 January 2020
NBE accepts the only online registration of NEET PG 2020. In order to fill the form, candidates belonging to the General/OBC category are required to pay rupees 3,750/- INR. Whereas, candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwD category will be required to pay the application fee of rupees 2,750/- INR. Only the registered candidates are issued the admit card for NEET PG. NBE will declare the result on the official website. Candidates will be able to access the result in the form of PDF document which will disclose candidates’ roll number, NEET PG rank, and the score obtained by a candidate. Once the result containing these details is released, the NBE will release the scorecard for the candidates who qualify for the 50% All India Quota (AIQ).
Note – For admission in MD, MS & PG Diploma courses from Santosh Medical College & Dental College, Registration mandate to Central Government organized counseling for Deemed university at www.mcc.nic.in
NEET MDS 2020 – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test MDS
The MDS (Masters of Dental Surgery) is an entrance exam conducted by NBE offering admission to the selected candidates in various dental colleges in India. The exam is conducted annually in computer-based mode. Through NEET MDS, 50% All India Quota level and 50% state quota level will be filled. Admission in Deemed/Central Universities and ESIC colleges is also granted through NEET MDS.
Release of Information Brochure October 11, 2019
Application Form Release October 11, 2019
Application Form Last Date October 31, 2019
Admit Card Release December 13, 2019
Exam Date December 20, 2019
Result Before January 20, 2020
In order to appear for NEET MDS, candidates must fill the online application form which is released in the first week of October. Each candidate applying for NEET MDS must pay the prescribed amount of Rs 3750 (General category). Only registered candidates will be issued the admit card in the first week of December. The candidates will be required to secure a minimum required percentile in order to qualify the entrance test. The cutoff percentile for the candidates belonging to the General category will be 50th, whereas for SC/ST/OBC the cutoff percentile will be 40th. In the third week of January, NBE will announce the result of NEET MDS. Based on the merit achieved in the test, MCC will hold online counseling for qualified candidates in online mode. The state counseling committee of each state will be responsible for conducting counseling for state quota seats.
We hope that now you might be clear with all your queries regarding medical admissions through NEET.