NBE NEET PG 2018: Notification out, exam on January 7

NEET PG 2018: Check the eligibility, application form, exam date, syllabus and other details here

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 2, 2017 7:15 pm
NEET, NEET 2018, NEET PG 2018 NEET 2018 results will be announced on January 31

NEET 2018: National Board of Examinations (NBE) will conduct NEET 2018 on January 7. In a notification released on the official website – nbe.edu.in, the board has announced that the registration process will begin on October 31. The last date to submit the applications is by November 27, 2017.

NEET 2018 results will be announced on January 31. Medical aspirants applying for the exam need to have Aadhaar card/ registration number

NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) is the single eligibility cum entrance examination for admission to postgraduate medical courses (MD/ MS and PG Diploma courses).

Eligibility criteria:

Education: Only those candidates can apply who have an MBBS degree or provisional MBBS pass certificate from a recognised college. He/ She should possess permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS qualification issued by the Medical Council of India or State Medical Council.

Candidate should also have completed one year of internship or are expected to complete the internship on or before March 31, 2018.

Registration fees: For general category and OBC, it is Rs 3,750 while for SC/ST/ PWD/ PH, it is Rs 2,750.

The Computer Based Test (CBT) will comprise 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

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    Dr N Krishnan
    Nov 8, 2017 at 9:50 pm
    NEET Nightmare - Injustice to Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Kerala and Karnataka Through NEET 2017, National Board of Examinations - NBE knows how many students took examinations in each State of India. When they decided to conduct NEET-2018, the number of exam centres needed should have been planned by them accordingly for the conduct of NEET-2018 in one session. But, they purposefully deprived four South Indian States, TamilNadu, Pondicherry, Kerala and Karnataka, by arranging less than 20 of seats which were over on the date of opening the admission call. These three states have around 130 medical colleges (40 PG seats of all India quota). It appears to be a planned anti-south Indian move by the vested forces within National Board of Examinations to prevent these south Indian from appearing NEET-2018. A Government sponsored apartheid against natives and hijack their seats in favour of their own designs.
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