NBE has declared DNB PDCET result 2020 on January 14 @results.natboard.edu.in
New Delhi, January 14: National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the result for DNB PDCET exams today i.e. January 14. The result has been published in the form of a merit list and can be checked on the official website nbe.edu.in. DNB PDCET result includes the roll no., marks obtained and the qualifying status of the applicants. The medical aspirants who have secured the DNB PDCET cutoff 2020 are eligible to appear for the selection process. DNB PDCET exam was conducted on December 20, 2019, for admission to 1073 seats in 597 hospitals in India. Applicants can go through the procedure involved in accessing the DNB PDCET results.
How to download DNB PDCET results?
The scorecard will be downloaded by following the given procedure.
Step 1: Click on the link available below.
Step 2: DNB PDCET result is declared in the form of PDF.
Step 3: Enter ‘Ctrl+f’ and search for your name.
Step 4: It is important to cross-check the details mentioned.
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DNB PDCET score card 2020
The eligible candidates can download the scorecard of DNB PDCET 2020 in order to appear for the counselling process. It is mandatory to download the DNB PDCET 2020 scorecard to appear for the counselling process. To download the score card, candidates need to enter the required credentials asked. Also, it is suggested to verify all the details mentioned in the DNB PDCET scorecard 2020.
What after the DNB PDCET result?
The selection procedure of DNB PDCET is different as mentioned below.
DNB PDCET 2020
After the result of DNB PDCET 2020, candidates who have qualified the entrance test will be eligible to participate in the counselling sessions. In order to participate in the counselling, aspirants will have to register online on the official website as and when it begins. A total of four rounds of DNB PDCET counselling will be organised by authority wherein the first three will be online and the last round will be conducted in offline mode at NBE office, New Delhi. Those candidates who will not register in the first round of counselling will not be allowed to participate in further rounds. A mock round of counselling will also be organised for the candidates to familiarise them with the online seat allotment process. After registration, candidates will have to fill preference of course and college. Candidates with merit position will be allowed to fill their option/choices after remitting the required counselling fee of Rs 2500/- Based on the choices given and availability of seats, admission will be granted to specific specialities.