|Start Date||End Date||Remark|
|Application Form Date||02-Nov-2018||22-Nov-2018||Application is in Process|
NEET Post Graduate 2018 Result will be declared by January 31, 2018. Counseling will be based on merit scored by an aspirant. Aspirants get admission in Post Graduate Medical Courses in the top universities and colleges across the country on the basis of their NEET Post Graduate score. Check NEET Post Graduate 2018 Sample Papers
|Exam Name||National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post Graduate|
|Organizing Body||National Board of Examination (NBE)|
|Exam Type||National Level Examination|
|Exam Date||January 7, 2018|
|Eligibility Criteria||Must have MBBS or equivalent qualification|
|Method of Application||Online|
|Exam Mode||Computer Based Test|
|Duration||3 hours 30 minutes|
Aspirants who wish to appear for NEET Post Graduate 2018 must know the important exam dates of the examination so that they can apply on time. You can find all the exam dates concerned to NEET Post Graduate 2018 in the following table:
|Event||Date (tentative)||Reference Links|
|Online registration starts||September 26, 2017||Last date of application is November 27, 2017|
|Availability of hall ticket||Within 24 hours of registration||Download NEET Post Graduate 2018 Hall Ticket from nbe.edu.in|
|Date of examination||January 7, 2018||MBBS Degree aspirant will take NEET Post Graduate 2018 on Jan 7|
|Declaration of result||January 31, 2018||Tentative NEET Post Graduate Result is January 31, 2018|
Please note that all the dates mentioned in the table are tentative. Aspirants are advised to keep checking the official website from time to time to stay updated with the dates and news concerned to the examination. If any changes are made to the schedule, aspirants can get to know about it on the official website for NEET Post Graduate 2018.
Before applying for NEET Post Graduate 2018, you must know about the eligibility criteria of NEET Post Graduate exam. Look at the following points that mention which aspirants are applicable for appearing in NEET Post Graduate 2018 examination.
Aspirants will not be applicable to give the exam if the medical institute from which they have passed MBBS is not recognised by MCI and if they haven’t finished their internship within the prescribed time. Aspirants will also be not able to appear for the examination if they have not submitted the application form on time, in the prescribed attitude.
Aspirants who wish to appear for NEET Post Graduate 2018 can get the application form from the official website nbe.edu.in/neetpg in the month of September 2017. NEET Post Graduate 2018 Application Form will be available only in the online mode. Steps to clear the application procedure is as follows: Participants should first check if they are applicable before filling the application form.
If aspirants fail to register for NEET Post Graduate 2018 before the last date, they can apply for the next session only. After the last date of registration, the registration link of NEET Post Graduate 2018 will be clearly disabled on the official website. National Board of Examination will not entertain any request by aspirants.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 Hall Ticket will be available online within 24 hours of registration and exam schedule. The computer generated slip is a hall ticket-cum-confirmation slip.
The following details are mentioned on the hall ticket: Name of Aspirant, Category, Gender, Date of Birth, Examination Date and Time, Reporting Time, Period of Exam, Name, and Address of Exam Center and Exam Day Instructions.
Aspirants should report to the exam center at the time mentioned on their hall ticket. Latecomers will not be allowed permission to give the examination once the test has started.
Aspirants required to mention their choice of the exam city when they are filling the application form. Aspirants get to choose their exam center, date, and session while filling the application form. Aspirants can submit multiple choices. The availability of exam center is purely on first come first serve basis. Only those options will be displayed that are available to the aspirants at the time of scheduling. Only one exam center of NEET Post Graduate 2018 will be situated to each aspirant.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 will be held in all the major cities of the country. 9 exam centers have been recently comprised in the list. There are 41 exam centers in total for NEET Post Graduate 2018. Aspirants must keep in mind that the exam center will not be altered, once it is allotted to them.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 will be an online (computer-based test) mode. Aspirants who wish to appear for the examination must have detailed information about NEET Post Graduate 2018 Exam Format so that they can prepare accordingly. It is similar to an offline examination where the question paper is set up by experts. However, it is not an internet-based test.
The exam format for NEET Post Graduate 2018 is as follows:
Exam period is 210 minutes
Each Accurate Response will be honored 1 mark
No mark is deducted for the wrong response.
It will be a computer-based test
Questions will be of MCQ type
There are 300 questions in the exam
The exam is conducted in two sessions: the forenoon session and the afternoon session. Aspirants will be able to choose their exam center, date and session of the examination during the form filling procedure.
NEET PG does not require aspirants to do a lot of extra studies. It is a test of knowledge and skills that aspirants are expected to already have. NEET Post Graduate 2018 Syllabus includes primarily the subjects that aspirants have been taught during MBBS. It comprises clinical, pre-clinical and para-clinical subjects.
One can find the important topics with weight in the following table:
|Social and preventive medicine||25|
|Medicine dermatology and Venereology||37|
|Surgery, ENT, Orthopaedics and Anaesthesia||46|
|Radio diagnosis and radio therapy||12 (6+6)|
|Obstetrics and Gynaecology||25|
Aspirants appearing for NEET Post Graduate 2018 should prepare well, according to the syllabus so that they can score high marks in the examination. NEET Post Graduate 2018 Syllabus is prescribed by MCI (Medical Council of India) with the approval of Government of India.
The following points will help you to prepare for NEET Post Graduate 2018:
You should also take good care of your health and exercise meditation to perform well in your examination.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 Result will be released by NBE on January 31, 2018. Aspirants can easily check their results online on the official website, nbe.edu.in.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 score will be valid for the academic year 2018 only. Seats in colleges and universities will be allotted to aspirants according to the merit position secured by them in NEET Post Graduate examination. NEET Post Graduate 2018 rank card is required during the time of counseling.
Various merit lists will be prepared on the basis of rank scored by every aspirant in NEET Post Graduate 2018. There are 3 merit lists that will be prepared, namely:
The at least qualifying marks of NEET Post Graduate 2018 is various for various category aspirants. It is compulsory for aspirants to get the prescribed percentile with respect to the category they belong. The qualifying criteria for different category aspirants are announced by the official authorities.
The following table shows the qualifying percentile for each category:
NBE will offer the result of aspirants for state quota seats. The authorities will prepare the merit list after the implication of their own norms and rules. The reservation policies of various authorities and medical institutes vary. Medical Council Committee will hold only the 15 % All India quota counseling.
Tie-Breaking Criteria: In case two aspirants secured the same marks, the tie will be determined according to the age of the candidate. Older aspirant will get the first preference than the younger ones.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 Counseling of aspirants will take place according to their rank, namely All India NEET Post Graduate 2018 Rank, All India 50 % Quota Category Rank, All India 50 % Quota Rank and State Quota Rank.
Aspirants required to fill their choice of courses and colleges in the counseling procedure. Documents that aspirants required to show during the time of counseling are as follows: Admission of aspirants will depend on their rank, filled preferences, and availability of seats.
The counseling procedure will be conducted by MCC (Medical Counseling Committee) and DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services) in the online mode. The State Government will take care of the seat allocation for the rest of 50% seats. Counseling will be organized by them for giving admission to 50% All India Quota Seats.
Rewa, Madhya Pradesh
Vellore, Tamil Nadu
Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh