NEET PG Test 2017

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National Board of Examination is inviting application for the PG MD/MS courses as single window entrance test NEET PG entrance test 2017. The Medical council of India and Supreme Court Of India announced single window entrance for PG medical admission.
This is only single window entrance examination for PG medical admission in India for year 2017. So students are requested to keep in mind that dont get misguide from any agent or any institute for not appearing of NEET PG. You need to qualify for this test if you want to get admission in PG MD MS courses in India for year 2017.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG test is useful for admission in following conditions
1. All india 50% seats for MD MS and PG Diploma courses for all states except Andhra Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Telangana
2. State quota seats for MD MS and PG Diploma including above states
3. Private colleges, institutions and Deemed Universities across country
4. Arm Forces medical colleges
5. DNB seats admission for 2017 Jan onward

Institute which are not covered under NEET PG are listed below
1. AIIMS, NewDelhi
2. PGIMER, Chandigardh
3. SGPGIMS, Lucknow
4. JIPMER, Puducherry
5. NIMHANS, Bengaluru
6. Shri Chitra Institute of Medical Sciences, Trivendrum

Online registration period from 26th Sept 2016 to 31st Oct 2016
visit page https://nbe.prometric.com/

Exam dates 5th Dec to 13th Dec 2016
Result date -15th January 2017

All India 50% Quota Rank – This is the overall merit position of a candidate amongst all the candidates who have appeared in the NEET-PG for All India 50% quota and is valid only for All India 50% quota MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma Courses for 2017 admission session.

The State wise result for a particular state shall include all appeared candidates in NEET-PG 2017 irrespective of their percentile / score, who have done their MBBS from that State as well as those candidates who have selected that State as their domicile state during online registration. Final merit, eligibility, state category, state category rank, benefit for In-service candidates, rural service (if applicable) etc. shall be determined / generated by the State itself as per its applicable regulations, criteria, guidelines and reservation policies.

Candidates desirous of having a merit position under this category are required to opt for the particular state /union territory as their domicile in which they would like to be considered.

However, Candidate should verify from their respective State Governments if at all they will be considered for admission to State Quota Seats based on applicable rule position, domicile criteria, State / Institute of Graduation, reservation status etc. Merely appearing / qualifying in NEET-PG 2017 does not make a candidate qualified and/or eligible for State Quota Seats.

No claim or query pertaining to applicability of domicile in this regard shall be entertained by NBE. No legal rights shall arise in favor of the candidate if Government / Counseling authority / Admission granting authority does not entertain the claim of candidate for grant of admission to PG seats on the basis of domicile criteria/information entered by the candidate in the NEET-PG online registration (application form)

Besides mentioning their Domicile Status and State from which the candidates have done their MBBS in the online application form for NEET-PG, for State Quota Seats candidates are also required to mention whether they are also eligible for any other State quota seats by virtue of their service, parent service etc. or not. However, before making such claim the candidates are required to verify from the respective state governments and the applicable rule position, if at all they will be considered for admission to Post graduate seats based on any of these criteria

For any query, please contact NBE Candidate Care Support : Phone: 0124- 6771700/ 1800111700 (toll free) Email: nberegistrations@prometric.com









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In Indian Medical Council Amendment Act, 2016 dated 05-05-2016
“10D. There shall be conducted a uniform entrance examination to all medical educational institutions at the undergraduate level and post-graduate level through such designated authority in Hindi, English and such other languages and in such manner as may be prescribed and the designated authority shall ensure the conduct of uniform entrance examination in the aforesaid manner Indian Medical Council Amendment Act, 2016 dated 05-05-2016 is passed by the parliament of India after the Ordinance by the Hon’ble President of India. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is now under law and students must have to qualify the exam to get admission in any Medical or Dental College UG/PG throughout the India. Now an extra qualifying exam is added to it, that is NEET- UG/PG. Students have to get 50 percentile marks in NEET Exam. NEET will be just like GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) exam. There is no hard and fast rule that the institutes have to absorb the GATE qualified students from its merit list only. Different IIT institute like Mumbai etc take re-exam of the GATE qualified students to make their own merit list. When NEET occurred in 2013 as per Gazette Notification of MCI vide No. MCI-31(1)/2010-MED 62051 dated15-02-2012 published on 27-02-2012, it was mentioned that Medical/Dental seats must have to fill by NEET rank only. So the Hon’ble SC of India cancelled it by saying NEET unconstitutional. In NEET 2016 law, nowhere it is mentioned that medical /dental seats have to fill from NEET-merit list only, rather it is said that students must have to qualify NEET exam. From this law point of view, the institutes like AFMC Puneand CMC Vellore had been arranged their own Test to shortlist the NEET- UG qualifiers for their own admission in 2016-17 session.
So, the states/deemed universities / pvt. Medical colleges etc. may impose their own entrance test among NEET – UG / PG qualified students.

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