NEET-PG is the common entrance test to be conducted by the Medical Council of India (MCI) for admissions to medical post-graduate courses across the country i.e. National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for medical PG courses – MD/MS/Diploma (NEET-PG ). The syllabus is that of MBBS described in the MCI Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, 1997. The multiple choice questions (MCQs) would be based on the MBBS syllabus as well as the knowledge that needs to be acquired during internship which is also described in the said Regulations.

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  • subhadip halder says:

    will there be NEET-PG 2012

  • Rahul says:

    In my opinion Neet will surely happen.
    If you read the bottom ‘Times of India’ article about a common test for Medical you will have the same views.
    We all know how our govt works with commencement of new things.So MCI is taking its own sweet time in updating the new details about NEET-PG but i still believe that NEET will happen in 2012.

    “Times of India :: 08 March 2011

    Supreme Court allows single test for MBBS seats

    TNN, Mar 8, 2011

    NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Medical Council of India to go ahead with its decision to hold a single entrance test each for all MBBS and post-graduate seats in private and government medical colleges from the 2011-12 academic year.

    This will save thousands of students aspiring to be doctors from the pain and harassment of appearing in several tests.

    However, the common entrance tests (CET) for MBBS and PG seats, to be conducted by a nodal agency to be appointed by MCI in consultation with the Union government, will not be applicable to private and government medical colleges in Tamil Nadu.

    The Madras High Court has stayed the applicability of MCI’s December 27, 2010 notification on single common entrance test to Tamil Nadu on the ground that the state had its own law on the subject and the legislation was approved by the President.

    When MCI’s counsel, senior advocate Amarendra Saran, narrated the sequence of events leading to the notification, a bench comprising Justices R V Raveendran and A K Patnaik allowed the regulator to implement its December 27 notification.

    Saran, aided by petitioner Simran Jain’s counsel A D N Rao, had pleaded for a single entrance test. They had argued that it would protect students from the harassment of appearing in 10-15 entrance tests every year.

    MCI had clarified that the state quota would remain intact as the entrance test would draw up a national merit list as well as state-wise ranking list for general category, SC, ST and OBC as well as physically challenged persons.

    The MCI proposal said, “In order to be eligible for admissions to MBBS courses for a particular academic year, it shall be necessary for a candidate to obtain minimum of 50% marks in each paper of the test held for the said academic year.”

    It added, “However, in respect of candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC, the minimum percentage of marks shall be 40% in each paper and for candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs, it would be 45% in each paper.”

    So, from this year onwards, there will be a single entrance examination each for MBBS and MD courses offered by all 271 medical colleges, 138 run by governments and 133 under private management. All these colleges offer over 31,000 seats for MBBS courses and another 11,000 seats for PG degrees.”

    I think we better start our preparations.

    • Ankita says:

      thans,rahul.I think this such a important artikle was missed by me.it informed me about my medical ent.exam.thanks.nice to meet you as studycaring person….

  • shailendra says:

    pls neet and nda sample paper sent

  • Dr Iffat says:

    recommend books based on neet pg pattern.plz also send me sample questions basen on the same pattern at my email address

  • M.Lokesh says:

    i am happyu

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