Divyansh|Dec 5, 2023
NEET PG 2021 admit card to be out tomorrow; Exam on April 18
NBE has revised the NEET PG admit card 2021 release date to April 14. Aspirants can download the NEET PG hall ticket from tomorrow at nbe.edu.in
NEW DELHI: The National Board of Examinations (NBE) will release the NEET PG 2021 admit card tomorrow, April 14. The NEET PG admit card will be released at nbe.edu.in in online mode. As per the official notice, the NEET PG 2021 admit card was scheduled to be released on April 12, however, due to technical errors the release date was revised.
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Only candidates whose application forms were accepted by the NBE will be issued the NEET PG 2021 hall ticket. Along with the admit card of NEET PG, authorities will also issue the COVID e-pass to candidates.
The NEET PG admit card 2021 contains the personal information of the candidate, NEET PG exam centre allotted, reporting time, COVID e-pass, instructions, and COVID-19 advisory to follow on the exam day. NEET PG 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on April 18 in 255 cities across the country.
When will NEET PG 2021 exam be conducted?
Since the number of cases of COVID-19 is increasing rapidly, candidates are requesting the National Board of Examinations (NBE) to postpone the NEET PG 2021. However, NBE has not released any notification related to NEET PG 2021 exam postponement.
The PG medical entrance exam will be conducted on April 18, 2021, for admission to 24,360 Doctor of Medicine (MD), 12,690 Masters of Surgery (MS), and 922 PG Diploma seats offered by medical colleges. A total of 1,74,886 medical graduates have registered for NEET PG 2021 and expected to appear for the exam.
NEET PG 2021 admit card: COVID e-pass
NBE will also release the COVID e-pass along with the NEET PG 2021 admit card. The COVID e-pass is a travel pass issued for free movement on the day of NEET PG 2021, that is, April 18. NBE will issue the COVID e-pass due to travel restrictions imposed by states across the country due to the spike in COVID-19 cases.
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