NEET PG 2017- Result, Counselling, Admission Procedure

NEET PG 2017- National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for post graduate programme is going to be organized by National Board of Examinations (NBE) for aspirants looking to get admission into MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma Courses. I’d like to intimate aspirants that online registration for NEET PG would be started from 26th September, 2016 onwards and the test will be conducted from December 5 to 13, 2016. Aspirants are instructed to ensure their eligibility before they apply for the test.

NEET PG 2017 result has announced. Check Here

No DNB CET would be conducted, admission will be based on NEET PG score.

NEET PG 2017 Eligibility Criteria

Please ensure your eligibility by going through the prescribed conditions mentioned below:

  • For appearing in NEET PG exam candidates should be having MBBS or provisional MBBS pass certificate according to the norms of Indian Medical Council Act 1956. Along with that candidates also have permanent or provisional registration obtained from Medical Council of India or State Medical Council.
  • Candidates those are completing or have completed one year of rotating internship on or before 31st March, 2017 are only permitted to apply for NEET PG.
  • Please provide information in the application form as per the best of your knowledge. At any stage, if you are found ineligible then your candidature would be cancelled at the same time.
Detailed info about Eligibility: Check Here

Important Dates- Released

You can check out below all associated dates of NEET PG 2017:

Sl. No Events of the Test Respective Dates
1. Date of release of information brochure Released on 24th September, 2016, 6.00 PM
2. Online registration process 26th September to October 31, 2016
3. Admit card availability After completion of registration & scheduling process
4. Exam date December 5 to 13, 2016
5. Result will be anounced 15th January, 2017
Also Read: NEET UG Info

How to Apply for NEET PG 2017?

Registration and scheduling procedure is required to be done in online mode only by following the website i.e. www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg. Please keep in mind that no offline or hard copy of application form will be accepted. Along with that candidates also need to schedule their exam through online registration system according to the availability of test centre on the time, date and venue and their choice on first come first served basis.

Application Form info: Check Here
Also Read- Instruction to Upload Photograph, Document and Signature During NEET PG Registration
List of exam Centres- Find Here

Exam Pattern

Candidates must check below the prescribed exam pattern for NEET PG, it’d be highly beneficial to you at the time of preparation:

  • Candidates will get 300 multiple choice questions with single correct response.
  • Questions would be asked in the exam in English language only.
  • Please keep in mind weightage given to the MCQ’s will be completely provisional and the authority can make changes at any point of time.
  • No marks would be deducted for wrong attempts.
  • The test timing will be of 3hr. 30 min.
  • Subject wise distribution of the question paper would be in following ways:

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  • NEET PG 2017 Syllabus: Syllabus of NEET PG would be completely based on Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India.
Exam pattern complete info- Read Here

Admit Card

While coming to appear in the exam, candidates need to bring their admit card along with one of the documents such as PAN card, passport, Driving license, Voters’ ID card, aadhar card, MCI/State Medical Council registration certificate. Admit card will be issued to candidates after completion of registration & scheduling process.

How to collect your admit card: Read Here
Exam day instructions: Check Here

Result and Score Card

In order to get qualified into the test candidates need to fulfill following qualifying criteria as mentioned below:

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The validity of the result is limited to current admission session only. Expected date for declaration of the NEET PG result is January, 2017. Due to unavailability of official notification for the year 2017 we are unable to tell you the exact date for uploading result. However, we’ll update you with exact date after release of its official notification.

Check Your result: Click Here

Counselling Procedure

Candidates who have obtained the minimum qualifying marks, they are essentially required to attend the counselling procedure. Failing to do so will cancel the candidature of applicants even after qualifying the test. Counselling schedule and other details will be updated to you after release of its respective notification. Keep visiting the post time to time for regular updates.

Retrieve complete counselling information- Click Here

 

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98 COMMENTS

  1. Please let me know if adhaar card is mandatory for appearing in neet 2018 for MDS I belong to Assam so adhaar card cannot b issued frm my state as well as Meghalaya n j&k..Is Dr an alternative if so Dan wat shud b done??

  2. Hello Sir…. My neet PG 2017 scoe card is …..
    All india neet PG 2017 rank :6576
    All india 50% quota rank : 6007
    All india 50% quota category rank : 164
    Category : SC
    Please tell if I can get good clinical seat like radio, surgery, medicine etc.
    Please reply I am tensed….

    • Dear Ghanshyam definitely u will get surgery or medicine except radio in reserved category. Surely u will curb the carrier of one more deserving doctor….

  3. U ppl against reservation I agree for it I studied mbbs in reservation quota I used to think same only I got seat in reservation did I able to study ???I studied. reservation does not matter all matters is moral support,how many general rich ppl taking scholarship showing bpl card do u ppl know ???????? I didn’t had money go to coaching for mbbs cet I studied myself and bcz f reservation I got seat and I m very proud to say I m very good doctor……..

  4. reservation already there for 60 years now, 3 generations, the upper caste are not that rich either, nowadays,
    i studied in central school and only awhile doing MBBS i knew there was a exm for PG……….
    infosys, wipro etc don’t have reservation i think…….and the popular saying , india for reserved and us for deserving……..
    meanwhile 100 years ago, ther were how many medical colleges in India? oppurtunities today are much more……
    still i support reservation at UG level, but PG also is too much……..

  5. Reservation is apt at school and undergraduate level……govt can strictly enforce it in even private institutions, but reservation in PG, that’s too much…….obviously i believe a MBBS graduate should have learned enough to get PG on merit, OBC/SC/ST/GENERAL category candidates……………………….
    If still up liftment needed as azim premji, lets bring reservation in cinema theaters, buses, hotels…..even cricket…….11 member team with 50% general and 50% for reserved…….bowling speed , boundary length to be reduce for reserved category………no bouncers allowed

  6. I just wish to write my name plate as
    Dr.Raj.MS.Mch(open cat.).At least let people know I studied hard to earn dat title.Any one agree??

  7. gaiz this is democracy. JAB YHA COUNTRY RUN KARNE WALO KO HI HOSH NHI HAI ABOUT WHERE TO GIVE RESERVATION THEN HOW COME THE SYSTEM WORK PROPERLY ? RESERVATION IS NOT A PROBLEM BUT GOVT. SHOULD LIMIT IT IN SOME FIELDS LIKE MEDICAL AND ENGINEERING. THESE PEOPLE SHOULD APPEAR IN EXAM , QUALIFY THE EXAM, AND GET THE FIELD THAT THEY ARE CAPABLE OF. THEY SHOULD NOT GET RESERVED SEATS IN POST GRADUATION. POLITICIANS THEMSELVES NEVER TAKE ANY ADVICE FROM SUCH DOCS THAT IS THE TRUTH….. AND SOME OF THEM ARE REALLY TALENTED GET THE TAG THAT THEY ARE SC ST CAt. SO THEIR TALENT GET WASTE SO THAT IS A BIG ISSUE OF SYSTEM.

    • Question to all the people who are opposing reservations for s/c s/t obc…. Ofcouse u people dont knw the history so u are talking abt reservations… For more then 5000 yrs our ansistors were kept away from eduction.. They werr nt even permited to pass from or near a mandir or a school or places where “OPEN CATEGORY” people pass by.. Whats its effect on our generation?? As aur grand parents were illiterate trying to stand in the society they tried that their children should atleast get the basic school… And then the college was unaffordable.. so no higher secondary eduction was possible… As now my parents with only 10th pass n trying for me to be a graduate after my 12th examination they really didnt knw what to do.. Where to go after 12th.. No one was there to guide me.. I got admission to bds knowing that its related someting with teeth.. And i passed my BDS jst coz of reservation.. Now i will get Admission for pg on reservation…
      IF U ALL WANT IT TO BE FARE.. U WANT EVERYONE TO BE EQUAL.. JST LEAVE UR EDUCATION FOR 100 YEARS NOT 5000 ONLY 100 YRS.. AND I PROMISE THAT AFTER 100 YEARS WE ALL WILL BE EQUAL AND WILL CANCLE ALL RESERVATIONS..
      THANKYOU!!

  8. For thousands of years the sc st were denied of opportunity to education. Why are we crying for special privileges given to them for just about seventy years ?
    Friends instead of discussing about reservations go study. Work hard to compete among equals. Dont cry over opportunity given to the underprivileged.

  9. Its not true, even sc st students face same competition as their parents and relatives are not very well educated to show them right path at right tym, india has many loop holesin system this is not from today bt from ages so dont get agitated jst do hard wrk giod will pay u with wat u deserve dear

  10. what if we wont get good rank in mbbs waste of studying mbbs which is equal to 12th standard studying mbbs is useless now a days have to waste years fully studying sitting in libraries life nly books 25 yrs passed still unemployment plzzzz think before u do when to settle in life yrs passing no ceat younger aspirants wont join in mbbs because courier will be ruined fully

  11. already we have struggled a lot and came from mbbs and now this politicians wanna still test our patiency our lives fully ruined with books still have to suffer by they by why we need neet already we passed with good percentile in mbbs and still goon study those people don’t have a little courtesy on us please leave on medical students whethr we need entry exam or not we people nly wll b knowing nly one neet exam cant decide our fate and have to wait for an year if this goes wrong if so many exams are there at least we will have scope for other please consider us modiji we are also human beings like u people and reservations are also there hw will get through

  12. what about other major state exams such as JIPMER , PGIMER ,AIIMS?? Will they be conducted as usual ?? .Can anyone give info on this please?

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