NEET PG, FMGE, PDCET, MDS 2020 dates declared!
NEET PG 2020: The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has announced the examination dates of the FMGE December 2019, PDCET January 2020 admission session, NEET MDS 2020 and NEET PG 2020. All the candidates can check the important dates on the official website, the link for which is natboard.edu.in

About NEET PG exam:
The NEET PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single entrance examination to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses as per Section (10) of the Indian Medical Council Act 1956. It is a single-window entrance examination for PG courses. No other entrance examination, ever at state or institution level, shall be valid for entry to MD/MS/PG diploma courses as per the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 w.e.f. 2017 admission session.

- NEET MDS 2020 - December 20, 2019
- FMGE December 2019 - December 20, 2019
- PDCET January 2020 admission session - December 20, 2019
- NEET PG 2020 - January 5, 2020

Eligibility criteria:
- All the candidate interested in applying for NEET PG needs to possess an MBBS degree or provisional MBBS pass certificate from a recognised college/university. Moreover, the candidate should possess permanent or provisional registration certificate MBBS qualification issued by the Medical Council of India or State Medical Council.

- For more details on eligibility criteria, candidates should wait for the detailed notification to release on the official website.

Examination scheme of NEET PG:
- The Computer Based Test (CBT) comprises of 300 multiple choice questions from the MBBS curriculum followed at medical colleges in India.

- The syllabus for the exam shall comprise of subjects/knowledge areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India with prior approval of Government of India.

NEET PG 2019: Details
- This year, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) declared the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- Post Graduate (NEET-PG) 2019 on January 31

- The NEET PG 2019 exam was conducted on January 6 at various test centres across the nation. In total 1, 48,000 candidates appeared for the NEET PG 2019 across 165 cities.

About National Board of Examination (NBE):
- The Government of India established the National Board of Examinations (NBE) in 1975 with the objective of improving the quality of the Medical Education by establishing high and uniform standards of postgraduate examinations in modern medicine on All India Basis and utilizing existing healthcare infrastructure for capacity building

- The prime objectives of NBE is to elevate the standards of postgraduate medical education in modern medicine and conducting examinations of a high standard on an all India basis. NBE provides a common national standard for evaluation of minimum level of attainment of the knowledge and competencies of post graduate and post doctoral training.

To know more, click on : https://nbe.edu.in/
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Dr. N●●●●●●●●n S●●●●●●●●●m
Dr. N●●●●●●●●n S●●●●●●●●●m General Medicine
Then try to score even higher.
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Dr. P●●●●●l S●●●●r
Dr. P●●●●●l S●●●●r Orthopaedics
Easier said than done. A score is called the highest because it is the maximum. There' s nothing above it. Add when that can' t guarantee you a seat in the field of your choice because of ' categorisation' in the seat matrix, have you any idea how that feels? Do you know about this year' s seat matrix in MD dermatology in Maharashtra? There were no seats for an unreserved candidate. Which means even the first ranker couldn' t take up Dermatology even if he wanted to. Now, can you tell me how much he should' ve scored to increase his chances of getting a MD Dermatology seat? What you said back there was nothing less than mockery, mocking the efforts that a deserving candidate puts in with restless days and nights of study, only to lose to an undeserving category candidate who maybe doesn' t do the same. Do you know how this feels? If you did, maybe you wouldn' t have said what you had.... Read more
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Dr. J●i B●●●●i
Dr. J●i B●●●●i Obstetrics and Gynaecology
These irregularities needs correction.
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