PGIMER, Chandigarh issues clarification notice on MD/MS 2020 exam date
NEW DELHI: The registrar of the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh has released the public notice regarding the official confirmation on the date of MD/MS exam conduction. Authorities have clarified that the entrance exam for MD/MS course will be held as per schedule on June 14, 2020, at 41 examination centers with no change in the date of exam. Authorities have to issue the public notice due to the chaos that occurred after some news published regarding the revised date of entrance exam for admission to MD/MS course to June 21, 2020.
In order to facilitate smooth conduct of the exam and movement of candidates on the basis of admit cards issued to them Secretary Health to Govt. of India, the Ministry of Health has also contacted all the Chief Secretary of all the states.
Official clarification notice
Aspirants can go through the official notice of PGIMER, Chandigarh regarding the clarification on MD/MS exam conduction from below.
PGIMER exam day guidelines
Aspirants can go through the exam day guidelines of the PGIMER entrance exam, which especially have been prepared by taking care of Coronavirus pandemic in mind.
As per the guidelines of Govt. of India regarding COVID-19, the Institute has taken all precautionary measures including arrangements of social distancing at the PGIMER exam centres.
It will be mandatory for the appearing candidates to wear a mask covering mouth & nose and to download Aarogya Setu App in their mobiles.
To have health safety measures of all the medical graduates, provisions for thermal scanning, hand wash, and sanitizers are also made at all the centres of the exam.
Any candidates having symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted to appear in the exam.
Candidates have to reach the examination centre with the issued admit card.
For granting admission to 295 Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) seats PGIMER 2020 exam will be conducted. The entrance examination will comprise a total of 250 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) from MBBS curriculum, which must be solved within three hours of the exam duration.