Press Trust of India|Oct 26, 2021
NEET PG 2019 to be held on Jan 6; Check Do’s and Don’ts for exam day
NEW DELHI, JANUARY 5: National Board of Examinations (NBE) is all set to conduct National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate - NEET PG on January 6, 2019, in online mode. The PG medical entrance exam is conducted for admission to Doctor of Medicine (MD), Masters of Surgery (MS) and PG Diploma courses offered by government, private, deemed and central universities across India. NEET PG 2019 will be conducted from 03:30 PM to 07:00 PM in a total of 148 exam cities.
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The computer based test contains 300 multiple choice questions (MCQs) with a single correct response. For the first time, NEET PG 2019 exam will be divided into three parts - Part A, B and C. Each part will contain 50, 100 and 150 questions, respectively. As per the paper pattern specified by NBE, four marks will be allotted for every correct response, while one mark shall be deducted for a wrong attempt.
NEET PG 2019 Do’s and Don’ts
Just one day left for NEET PG exam, candidates must remember the important instructions to be followed.
It is mandatory to carry the following documents at the allotted exam centre:
NEET PG admit card along with passport size photograph affixed on it,
Photocopy of permanent or provisional registration certificate issued by MCI/SMC
Photo ID proof - PAN card, Passport, Voter ID card, Aadhaar card, Driving License
Aspirants who completed MBBS outside India must provide the pass certificate of FMGE, if they cannot furnish the registration certificate by MCI/SMC.
It is advised to report at the test centre at least two hours before the start of examination. The last entry will be allowed till 30 minutes prior to the conduction of exam.
NEET PG test takers will undergo ID verification. The left thumb impression will be captured and a digital image of candidates will be taken.
The rough papers and pen will be provided outside the examination hall. Therefore, candidates are advised not to carry any stationery, electronic items, ornaments and any other items in the hall.
No aspirant will be allowed to leave the exam hall before the completion of the NEET PG exam time.
What after NEET PG exam?
Once the exam will be over, NBE will release the NEET PG result by January 31, 2019, in online mode. Candidates who will secure the minimum cutoff as set by the authority will qualify the PG entrance exam. Based on the NEET PG scores, aspirants will be called admission for 50% All India Quota and 50% State Quota. The counselling for AIQ seats will be done by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), while seat allotment process of remaining state quota seats will be conducted by respective state counselling authorities.
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