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NEET PG Entrance Exam - Exam Pattern & SyllabusAug 17,2018

NEET PG is an examinational yardstick that reconfirms the definably right candidates and bestows upon them the eligibility to accelerate a more sophistical career tandem. NEET PG reestablishes that the PG Medical Admissions are directly dependent on how the candidates can excel at the uptakes of the higher academic programs. The entrance exams like NEET PG hold the key to an unstoppable journey of clinical sophistication. A procedural MD or MS in India is subjected to the successful completion of NEET PG Medical Examination.

NEET PG complies with the syllabus designated during the MBBS Education / Program. NEET PG is the best way to vie for the medical seats across top Medical Colleges in India. Medical Colleges in Karnataka stringently prefer the candidates having successfully cracked the NEET PG with opulent marks. The candidates willing to enter the Medical Colleges in Bangalore become eligible to apply for their desirable seats during the NEET PG counseling that paves the way for subsequent seat allotments.

The aspirants are requested to sincerely follow the details below to ensure their procedural candidature and a seamless appearance throughout all the examinational processes:

NOTE: The details below have been mentioned on the basis of tentative information. The aspirants are requested to stay updated with the website to ensure dependable accuracy.

  • Commencement of Informational Bulletin: Last Week of October 2018
  • Commencement of Online Registration: Last Week of October 2018
  • Closure of the Online Registration: 4th Week of November 2018
  • Availability of the Prelim / Trial / Demo Test: 3rd Week of December 2018
  • Availability of the Admit Card: Last Week of December 2018
  • Date of NEET PG 2019: 1st Week of January 2019
  • Date of Declaration of Cutoff / Date of Result Declaration: 4th Week of January 2019

 

NEET PG Exam Pattern:

  • Examinational Mode: Online
  • Number of Sessions and Days: Single Day and a Single Session
  • Total Number of Questions: 300
  • Types of Questions: Multiple Choice
  • Medium or Language: English
  • Duration: 210 Minutes or 3 Hours and 30 Minutes
  • Scheme of Marking: 4 Marks Per Right Question
  • Negative Marking: 25% Negative Marking for each wrong answer

 

Points to Remember and follow:

  • The usage of AADHAR Card is mandatory to apply for NEET PG 2019 and NEET MDS 2019.
  • The candidates must enter their AADHAR Number, Scanned Photograph, Signature and Left Thumb Impression in the appropriate places as directed in the Application Form.
  • The application forms are available online and the online submission of the application forms is mandatory.
  • Candidates are advised to select their preferable city / Examinational Centre.
  • Only one application submission per candidate / candidature is valid for NEET PG 2019.
  • It’s advisable for the candidates to take and maintain a printout of the Application form for occasional / further references.
  • The examinational fee for the General / OBC Candidates is Rs. 3750 whereas the examinational fee for the SC / ST / P w D / PH is Rs. 2750.
  • The modes of payment available for the application are Credit Card / Debit Card / Internet Banking.

The Table Below Defines the Questions Per Subject:

 

Subject

Marks

Anatomy

15

Physiology

15

Biochemistry

15

Pharmacology

20

Microbiology

20

Pathology

25

Forensic Medicine

10

Social and Preventive Medicine

25

Medicine Dermatology and Venerealogy

37

Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics and Anesthesia

46

Radio-diagnosis and Radiotherapy

12

Obstetrics and Gynecology

25

Pediatrics

15

Ophthalmology

10

Psychiatry

10

Total

300

 

NEET PG 2019 will contain various Subjects:

Phase 1 of NEET PG 2019:

Human Anatomy, Physiology, Biophysics, Biochemistry, Introduction to Community Medicine.

Phase 2 of NEET PG 2019:

Phase 2 contains the questions on Para-clinical and Clinical Domains.

 

Para-Clinical: – Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine including Toxicology and a segment of Community Medicine.

Clinical: It’s duly advisable for the candidates to concentrate on their MBBS Syllabus throughout their MBBS Studentship.

Phase 3 of NEET PG 2019:

Phase 3 will include Clinical Subjects contained in 7 semesters after the completion of Phase 1.

NEET PG 2019 Cutoff:

The NEET PG Cutoff 2019 is subjected to release online alongside the Result Declaration.

50% is mandatory for the General Category whereas 45% is mandatory for the Physically Handicapped Applicants from General Category.

40% marks are mandatory for the candidates from the categories like SC / ST / OBC / SCPH / STPH / OBC – PH.

NEET PG Counseling 2019:

The candidates will be subjected to undergo the Process of Counseling as per their rank.

The candidates have the supreme freedom to select the list of colleges as per their preferences.

Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India will be responsible to conduct centralized counseling for 50% All India Quota (AIQ) Seats.

State Medical Directorate / Counseling Authority of the State / UT will be responsible to conduct the Counseling Process for the State Quota Seats.

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