NEET PG 2019 Exam

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About NEET PG 2019

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test–Post Graduate (NEET-PG) is one of the most popular national level medical entrance exams. Organised by the NBE (National Board of Examinations) every year, NEET PG has replaced the All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE). NEET PG will be conducted online in the form of a computer-based test (CBT), in a single day in January 2019 in a single session throughout the country. Medical graduates willing to take admission in MD/MS or PG Diploma courses must take the NEET PG exam, as NEET PG scores are accepted by top colleges and universities of the country. You can check the NEET PG 2018 Exam Analysis here!

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How to Apply for NEET PG 2019

Candidates can fill the NEET PG 2019 Application form in online mode on the official website of National Board of Examinations (NBE). For 2019 NEET PG exam, candidates should should have a valid Aadhaar card. Those who do not have Aadhaar cards should apply for the same immediately.

In order to complete the NEET PG 2019 application form, candidates will have to pay the NEET-PG registration fee, which can be paid through online mode – debit/credit cards/net banking.

Important Dates for Filling Online Application

Events

Dates

NEET PG Application Starts

Last week of October, 2018

NEET PG Application Ends

Last week of November, 2018

NEET PG 2019 Exam

First week of January, 2019

Result Declaration of NEET PG 2019

Last week of January, 2019

Step 1: Registration

  • In order to register, visit the official website of NBE, i.e. www.nbe.edu.in

  • Enter your Name, Gender, Parent’s name and valid E-mail address and click on 'Submit' button.

Step 2: Filling the Online Application Form of NEET PG 2019

  • After entering the details, enter the login credentials to continue with the application process.

  • For filling the NEET PG 2019 application form, enter your Personal details, Academic details and Communication details, and click on the “Submit” button.

Step 3: Uploading Images

  • After filling all the details, the next step is to upload the scanned Images.

  • For both Signature and Photograph, the size has to be between 10KB-30KB.

  • The size of MCI/SMC certificate should not exceed more than 500KB.

Step 4: Exam Scheduling

Applicants will have to select the exam location, exact test centre and select preferred date and time of the entrance exam.

Step 5: Application Fee Payment

Applicants will have to pay the application fee of NEET PG 2019, via Debit card/Credit card/ Net banking/ E-wallet. The below table shows the application fee of NEET PG 2019:

Category

Amount

General and OBC

INR 3750

SC/ST/PWD/PH

INR 2750

 Step 6: Confirmation Page Printout

After paying the fee, applicants will have to take a printout of the confirmation page, and carry it to the exam hall for verification.

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NEET PG 2019 Syllabus

Biochemistry:

Muscles and the cytoskeleton, Plasma proteins and immunoglobulins, Homeostasis and thrombosis, Red and white blood cells, Metabolism of xenobiotics, The Human genome project, Miscellaneous Topics, function and replication of informational macromolecules, Biochemistry of extracellular and intracellular communication, Nutrition, Digestion and Absorption, Vitamins and minerals, Intracellular traffic and sorting of proteins, Glycoproteins, The extracellular matrix, Structures and functions of proteins and Enzymes, Bioenergetics and the metabolism of Carbohydrate and lipids, Metabolism of proteins and amino acids, Structures.

Pathology:

Genetic and paediatric Diseases, Environmental and Nutritional Diseases, General pathology of infectious Diseases, The Blood vessels, The Heart, hematopoietic and lymphoid systems, The lung, The kidney and its collecting system, Cell injury, Cell death and adaptations, Acute and chronic inflammation, Tissue Repair, Regeneration, Healing and Fibrosis, Hemodynamic Disorders, thrombosis and shock, Diseases of the immune system Neoplasia, The oral cavity and Gastrointestinal tract, The liver, Gallbladder and Biliary tract, The pancreas, The male genital system, The female genital system and breast, The Endocrine system, The musculoskeletal system, The skin, The nervous system, Miscellaneous Topics.

Orthopaedics:

Fractures and Injuries, Infections of bones and joints, Bone tumors, CTEV, PIVD, Back pain, Degenerative and metabolic bone disease, Miscellaneous Bone diseases.

Pharmacology:

Drugs Acting on Central Nervous System, Cardiovascular Drugs, Drugs Acting on kidney, Drugs Affecting Blood and Blood formation, Gastrointestinal Drugs, Antimicrobial Drugs, Chemotherapy of Neoplastic Diseases, Miscellaneous Drugs, General Pharmacological Principles, Drugs acting on Autonomic Nervous system, Autacoids and Related Drugs, Respiratory and Related Drugs, Hormones and Related Drugs.

Gynaecology:

Tumors and its therapy, PID, Chronic pelvic pain, Endometriosis, Miscellaneous Topics, Diseases & Injury to the female genital tract, Conception, Birth control and MTP, Trophoblastic diseases, Ectopic gestation and disorders of menstruation.

Medicine:

Respiratory disease, Intensive care medicine, Drug therapy and Poisoning, Environmental medicine, Endocrine disease, Diabetes Mellitus & other metabolic disorders, Neurological disease, Miscellaneous Topics, Infectious diseases, tropical medicine and sexually transmitted diseases, Cell and molecular biology and genetic disorders, Clinical Immunology, Nutrition, Gastrointestinal disease, Liver, Biliary tract and pancreatic disease, Haematological disease, Medical oncology including haematological malignancy, Rheumatology and bone disease, Renal disease, Water electrolyte and acid-base balance, Cardiovascular disease.

Anatomy:

The thorax, The Abdomen, The Pelvis, The perineum, The upper limb, The lower limb, The Head and Neck, The Back, Miscellaneous Topics

Preventive and Social Medicine:

Epidemiology of chronic Non-Communicable Diseases and Conditions, Health programs in India, Demography and Family planning, Preventive Medicine in Obstetrics Pediatrics and Geriatrics, Nutrition & Health, Social Sciences and Health, Man and Medicine: Towards health for all, Concept of Health and Diseases, Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiologic Methods, Screening for Disease, Epidemiology of communicable Diseases, Environment and Health, Hospital waste Management, Disaster Management, Occupational Health , Genetics and Health, Mental Health ,Health Information and Basic Medical Statistics, Communication for Health Education, Health Planning and Management, Health care of the community, International Health, Miscellaneous Topics.

Microbiology:

Methods and Techniques, Immunology, Bacteriology, Virology, Mycology, Miscellaneous Topics

Psychiatry:

Sexual disorders, Eating, Sleep and Personality disorder, Impulse control disorders, Miscellaneous Topics, Cognitive disorders, Schizophrenia, Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders, Adjustment disorders, Somatoform disorders.

Radiology:

Physics and Technique, Diagnostic features and signs, Systemic Radiology, Miscellaneous Topics

Physiology:

Digestion and Absorption, Respiration, Cardiovascular Physiology, Nervous System, Excretion, Endocrine System, Sensory organs, Muscles, Miscellaneous Topics

Dermatology:

Systemic disorders with Cutaneous features, Leprosy, Fungal infections, Scabies, Pediculosis, STD, Malignant Skin disease, Miscellaneous Topics, Disorders of Pigmentation, Allergic disorders, Papulosquamous disorders, Papulo vesicular disorders.

Paediatrics:

Growth and development, Disorders of growth and development, Adolescent health and development, Fluids and electrolytes, Nutrition and macronutrient disorders, Respiratory System, Disorders of the Cardiovascular system, Disorders of the Kidney and urinary tract, Endocrine and Metabolic disorders, Neuromuscular disorders, Malignancy in childhood, Collagen vascular Disorders, Genetic disorders, Inborn errors of metabolism, Micronutrient in health & Disease, Newborn infants, Immunity and Immunization, Infectious diseases, Common protozoal & Helminthic infections, Diseases of Gastrointestinal system and liver, Hematological disorders, Disease of Ear nose and throat.

Ophthalmology:

Ocular manifestations of systemic disorders common skin disorders and leprosy, Poisoning and Accidents, Pediatric critical care, Practical Procedures, Rational drug therapy, Integrated management of childhood illness, Miscellaneous Topics.

Radiotherapy:

Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy, Nuclear medicine, Miscellaneous Topics.

Anaesthesia:

General Anaesthesia, Regional Anaesthesia, Drugs used for Anaesthesia, Anaesthesia in coexisting diseases, Critical Care, Miscellaneous Topics.

Forensic Medicine:

Medical Jurisprudence, Autopsy, Death, Postmortem changes, Injuries, and wounds, Thermal death, Starvation, Mechanical Asphyxia, Sexual offenses and Abortion, Poisoning, Psychotropic drugs, Asphyxiants, Miscellaneous Topics.

Ophthalmology:

Anatomy and development of eye, Clinical methods in ophthalmology, Optics and refraction, Disease of conjunctiva, Disease of the cornea, Disease of the sclera,Disease of the Uveal tract, Disease of the lens, Glaucoma, Disease of the vitreous, Disease of the Retina, Vision and neuro-ophthalmology, Strabismus and Nystagmus, Disease of the lids, Disease of the lacrimal apparatus, Disease of the orbit, Ocular injuries, Basic principles of ocular therapy, Systemic ophthalmology, Community Ophthalmology, Miscellaneous Topics.

ENT:

Diseases of Esophagus, Recent advances, Clinical methods in ENT and Neck masses, Operative surgery, Miscellaneous Topics, Diseases of Ear, Diseases of Nose and Paranasal Sinuses, Diseases of the oral cavity and salivary Glands, Diseases of the pharynx, Diseases of Larynx and trachea.

Obstetrics:

Malpresentation, Cord prolapse, Prolonged labour, obstructed labour, Diseases of Foetus and newborn, Operative Obstetrics, Special topics in obstetrics, Miscellaneous Topics, Normal pregnancy, Complications of pregnancy, Medical and surgical illness complicating Pregnancy Pre-term labour, PROM, Postmaturity, IUD, Malposition.

Surgery:

Burns, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Transplantation and oncology, Head Injury, Miscellaneous Topics, Gastrointestinal Surgery, Urogenital Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Hernia, Umbilicus and Abdominal wall Cardiothoracic Surgery.

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NEET PG 2019 Exam Pattern

NEET-PG is conducted in online (computer-based test) mode. The entrance exam contains 300 objective type of questions that students must answer within the time duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes. The medium of the language of the exam is English and the entrance exam is conducted in one single session. As far as the marking scheme is concerned, candidates are awarded 4 marks for every correct answer one mark is deducted for every incorrect response.

Highlights of NEET 2019 Exam Pattern

Medium of Language

English

Mode of Exam

Computer Based Test

Time Duration of Exam

3hr 30 min

Total Number of Questions

300

Maximum Marks

300

Type of Questions

Objective Type (MCQs)

Marking scheme
 

+4 marks to be allotted for correct response

Negative marking

– 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer

Subject-wise Distribution of Questions in NEET PG 2019 

Subjects

Question Weightage

Paediatrics

15

Medicine, Dermatology and Venereology

37

Social and Preventive Medicine

25

Ophthalmology

10

Radiotherapy and Radiodiagnosis

12(6+6)

Pathology

25

Psychiatry

10

Forensic Medicine

10

Physiology

15

Anatomy

15

Biochemistry

15

Pharmacology

20

Microbiology

20

Surgery, Orthopaedics, Anaesthesia, & ENT

46

Gynaecology & Obstetrics

25

Total

300

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How to Prepare for NEET PG 2019

Medical students who are on the brink of completing their MBBS degrees or those who have already obtained the degree would probably want to do some specialisation in their preferred field. Well, NEET PG is a popular entrance exam that such students can take in order to pursue postgraduate medical courses.

With around four months left before the examination, the candidates must get serious about their preparation for this exam. However, there are many students who would be confused about how to prepare for the examination. In fact, many aspirants would be busy making a timetable to ensure they don't lag behind in any aspect.

In order to prepare for the exam, we've shared some tips and tricks that candidates must read and get ready to take take the examination next year.

Make a Proper Exam Schedule:

To crack NEET PG 2019, you must strategically make a study schedule for the exam. Once your study schedule is in place, then you will see how beneficial it will be for you. A proper study schedule will not only impart a sense of direction but will also reduce the level of stress. No study plan can be successful if it is not followed and executed sincerely. Therefore, plan and execute your study schedule for better results.

Practice Sample Papers/Mock Tests:

Students tend to get perplexed when it comes to deciding the right study material for them. Sample papers or previous years' question papers are the best resources to practice for exam preparation. Once you start a mock test or a sample paper, you will get to know the level of your exam preparation, and you will also become familiar with the exam pattern of the actual exam.

Keep Fear and Anxiety at Bay:

One of the major pre-requisites for entrance test preparations is to try and eliminate fear and anxiety. One of the best ways to stay confident and focused is to try practice meditation or yoga. You may also take up extra-curricular activities such as sports, dancing, etc. to stay calm during your preparation journey.

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NEET PG 2018 Exam Analysis

The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Post Graduate courses (NEET PG) 2019 paper analysis will be available once the NEET PG 2019 entrance exam is conducted in 2019. The official date for NEET PG 2019 entrance exam is yet to be announced by NBE. In the meanwhile, you can have a look at the paper analysis of the NEET PG 2018 exam. 

The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Post Graduate courses (NEET PG) 2018 was conducted on Sunday, 7th January 2018 in an online mode (computer-based mode) in around 40 cities across the country by the National Board of Examinations (NBE).

According to the students, the exam was easy to moderate and had questions as per the syllabus prescribed by MCI. One of the students was quoted saying, "the questions from Pre-Clinical section were more difficult as compared to other sections. Also, questions based on Anatomy and Physiology topics seemed complicated."

As per some test takers, NEET PG turned out to be quite lengthy and those who had done a proper revision of the syllabus would have easily attempted the paper. 

Some students also mentioned that image-based questions, which help in checking the diagnosis skills of a candidate, were simpler.

Until 2017, the NEET PG was conducted over a time period of 6-10 days in different slots. However, 2018 onwards, NEET PG is being conducted in a single session at all test centres from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm.

Based on scores obtained in NEET PG 2018, MBBS degree holders will compete for seats in MD/MS and PG Diploma courses offered at all the top ranking medical colleges and top ranking dental colleges in India.

As part of the admission process, candidates will also be required to participate in NEET PG Counselling. Basis the counselling, candidates' eligibility and other factors, they will be offered State quota seats and/or seats in Private Universities / Colleges / Institutes.

The NEET PG 2018 exam consists of questions from the following subject areas as described below:

Subject Area

Number of Questions

Medicine, Dermatology, Venereology

37

Radiotherapy & Radiodiagnosis

12

Psychiatry

10

Forensic Medicine

10

Ophthalmology

10

Pathology

25

Pharmacology

20

Microbiology

20

Physiology

15

Anatomy

15

Biochemistry

15

Paediatrics

15

Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics, Anesthesia

46

Social and Preventive Medicine

25

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

25

Total

300

The National Board of Examinations had also uploaded a demo-test on its official website to familiarise students/applicants with the NEET PG 2018 exam pattern well in advance.  

NEET PG 2018 Cut-Offs:

For a candidate to be eligible for admission to any MDS/BDS course in a particular academic year, it is mandatory to meet the cut-off marks. National Board of Examinations, which is the conducting authority of NEET PG, lays down the cut-off marks, which candidates must obtain in order to qualify the exam. In 2018, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) had reduced the NEET PG and NEET SS cut offs by 15 percentile to fill up PG seats as well as minimize wastage of seats. Basis this the estimated cut-off for NEET-PG 2019 is as follows:

Category Criteria Cut-Off
General 50th percentile 321
SC / ST / OBC including PWD of these 40th percentile 281
UR PWD 45th percentile 300

NEET PG 2017 Exam Analysis

National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for PG courses (NEET-PG) was conducted by the National Board of Examinations to screen candidates for their eligibility to admission to MS/MD level courses in the field of Medicine.

A total of 300 questions were asked in the NEET PG exam with all the Multiple Choice-type Questions (MCQs). Each correct answer added +1 mark while there was no negative marking for incorrect answers.

In 2016, the overall difficulty level of NEET PG was moderate. The ranking of the candidates who appeared for the exam was largely dependent on the questions asked from the preclinical subjects as they carried higher weightage in the exam.

Difficulty Level of NEET PG 2017:

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions

Easy

130

Moderate

80

Difficult

90

As per reports and reactions of the students and an overall analysis of the medical entrance exam, out of the 300 questions asked in the NEET PG 2016/2017 exam, about 90 were of higher difficulty level, 80 were moderate level while the remaining 130 questions were easy.

Number of Questions Asked from Each Topic/Subject Area:

Subject Area

No. of Questions

Medicine, Dermatology & Venereology

37

Forensic Medicine, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry

 

10 each

Pathology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Social & Preventive Medicine

 

25 each

Pharmacology, Microbiology

20 each

Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Paediatrics

 

15 each

Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics

46

Radiotherapy & Radiodiagnosis

12

Those students who had practiced a lot of NEET PG mock tests were at an advantage because of the exposure to different types of questions and their ability to tackle questions within a stipulated time frame as granted.

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NEET 2019 Participating Colleges

NEET PG is a national-level entrance exam for medical aspirants for admission to the MD/MS PG Diploma courses. It has roughly around 114 Participating Colleges including both government and private colleges. All the NEET PG 2019 Participating Colleges follow the Medical Council of India (MCI) regulations.

It is important for the applicants of NEET PG to have an idea about the colleges they may like to take admission into. The admission to the participating institutes of NEET PG 2018 will depend on various factors like cut-off, number of seats, the difficulty level of the exam, number of test takers and the marking scheme.

How to Choose a College

There are a few pointers that aspirants should keep in mind before choosing a college after qualifying NEET PG 2019. These factors will help them in selecting the right college as per their requirements. Listed below are some points for selecting a college after NEET PG 2019.

Basic Facilities and Infrastructure

Basic facilities and infrastructure is an important aspect of a college. Candidates should make it a point to assess the state of the building, condition of the classrooms, halls, libraries, canteen area, and the campus. If the college has all these basic amenities in place, then candidates can go ahead and consider it.

Ranking of the College

Aspirants must make it a point to check the ranking of the college where they plan to apply. It is an important factor, which should not be ignored. The top ranking colleges guarantee good faculty along with a decent infrastructure.

College’s Accreditation and Affiliation

It is extremely important for an institute to be accredited and affiliated by acknowledged authorities. If it is an accredited college, chances of landing a good job are bound to increase.

Placements

One of the major reasons to study from a reputed college is that the placement is guaranteed after completion of the course. For this, one must check the college’s placement process and the rate of successful placements.

Alumni Success Stories

Alumni and their success story also play an important role in determining the reputation of a college. Candidates should read about the well-placed alumni in order to find out about the college’s role and contribution in this regard.

Campus Culture

A campus with good culture plays a major role in the overall development of the students. Therefore, it is important that candidates get a chance to evaluate the campus culture of the college they are planning to zero in on. For this, they can either look at the official website of the college or visit the college and see the environment.

Important Points to Remember

Let’s take a look at some important points that aspirants should know regarding the participating colleges for NEET PG 2019.

  • After qualifying the exam by scoring the desired cut-off, candidates have to apply for the counselling process and participate in it to secure admission.

  • While choosing the right college, candidates should research a bit about the college’s background keeping in mind the factors mentioned above.

  • The cut-off marks decided by each college will also be a deciding factor for the selection of the candidates.

  • Candidates who don’t turn up for the final admission process will lose their candidature.

  • Once documentation is done, no changes can be made in terms of the college or the course.

NEET PG 2019 Participating Colleges

Name of Participating College

Website

Adesh University, Bhatinda

www.adeshuniversity.ac.in

Annamalai University

www.annamalaiuniversity.ac.in

Aligarh Muslim University

www.amu.ac.in

A P Singh University

www.apsurewa.ac.in

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University

www.amrita.edu Coimbatore

Assam University

www.aus.ac.in

Aryabhatta Knowledge University, Patna

www.akubihar.ac.in

Ayush and Health Sciences University, Raipur

www.cghealthuniv.com

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot

www.bfuhs.ac.in

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzzaffarpur

www.brabu.net

B N Mandal University

www.bnmuinfo.org

Berhampur University

www.buodisha.edu.in

Barkatullah University

www.bubhopal.nic.in

Banaras Hindu University

www.bhu.ac.inims

Bharti Vidyapeeth University (Deemed), Pune

www.bvuniversity.edu.in

Bharath University (Deemed), Chennai

www.bharathuniv.ac.in

Bundelkhand University, Jhansi

www.bujhansi.org

BLDE University, Bijapur

www.bldeuniversity.ac.in

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (Deemed University)

www.chettinadhealthcity.com

Calicut University

www.universityofcalicut.info

Ch. Charan Singh University

www.ccsuniversity.ac.in

Datta Meghe Instt. of Medical Sciences (Deemed University), Wardha

www.dmimsu.edu.in

Delhi University

www.fmsc.ac.in

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University

www.ddugorakhpuruniversity.in

Devi Ahilya Viswha Vidyalaya, Indore

www.dauniv.ac.in

Dr. B R Ambedkar University (Formerly Agra University)

www.drrau.org.in

Dibrugarh University

www.dibru.ac.in

Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute (Deemed University

 

www.drmgrdu.ac.in

Dr. D Y Patil University (Deemed), Pimpiri, Pune

www.dpu.edu.in

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Faizabad

www.rmlau.ac.in

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

www.ipu.ac.in

Goa University

www.unigoa.ac.in

Gujarat University

www.gujaratuniversity.ac.in

Geetanjali University, Udaipur


www.geetanjaliuniversity.com

Gauhati University

www.gauhati.ac.in

Himachal Pradesh University

www.hpuniv.nic.in

H N B Garhwal University

www.hnbgu.ac.in

Homi Bhabha National Institute (Deemed University), Mumbai

www.hbni.ac.in

Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed University), Patna

www.igims.org

JSS University, Mysore

www.jssuni.edu.in

Jiwaji University, Gwalior

www.jiwaji.edu

KIIT University (Deemed), Bhubaneswar

www.kiit.ac.in

Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur

www.kuhs.ac.in

KLE University (Deemed), Belagavi, Karnataka

www.kleuniversity.edu.in

King George's Medical University, Lucknow

www.kgmu.org

Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Deemed University, Karad

www.kimsuniversity.in

Kolhan University, Chaibasa, Jharkhand

www.kolhanuniversity.ac.in

Kumaon University, Nainital

www.kunainital.ac.in

Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

www.kuk.ac.in

KSKV Kachchh University, Bhuj

www.kskvku.digitaluniversity.ac

L N Mithilia University

www.lnmu.ac.in

Magadh University, Bodhgaya

www.magadhuniversity.ac.in

M J P Rohilkhand University, Bareily

www.mjpru.ac.in

Maharaja Krishnakumarsinghji Bhavnagar University

www.mkbhavuni.edu.in

Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik

www.muhs.ac.in

Maharishi Markandeswar University Kumarhatti, Solan

www.mmusolan.org

Maharishi Markandeswar University (Deemed), Ambala

www.mmumullana.org

Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Jaipur

www.mgumst.org

Manipal Academy of Higher Education (Deemed Universtiy), Manipal

www.manipal.edumu

Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala

www.mguniversity.edu

Manipur University

www.manipuruniv.ac.in

MGM Institute of Health Sciences (Deemed University), Navi Mumbai

www.mgmuhs.com

Meenakshi University (Deemed), Chennai

www.maheruniversity.org

MS University of Baroda

www.msubaroda.ac.in

Nitte University (Deemed), Mangalore

www.nitte.edu.in

NIMS University (Deemed), Jaipur

www.nimsuniversity.org

Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed University), Hyderabad

www.nims.edu.in

NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada

www.ntruhs.ap.nic.in

North Eastern Hill University, Shillong

www.nehu.ac.in

Pt. B D Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak

www.uhsr.ac.in

Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed University), Ahmednagar

www.pravara.com

Pondicherry University

www.pondiuni.edu.in

People's University, Bhopal

www.peoplesuniversity.edu.in

Patna University

www.patnauniversity.ac.in

Panjab University

www.puchd.ac.in

Padmashree Dr. D Y Patil University (Deemed), Navi Mumbai

www.dypatil.edu

Pacific Medical University, Udaipur

www.pacificmedicaluniversity.ac.in

Rani Durgawati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur

www.rdunijbpin.org

Ranchi University

www.ranchiuniversity.ac.in

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka

www.rguhs.ac.in

Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Meerut

www.subharti.org

Swami Rama Himalayan University, Dehradun

www.srhu.edu.in

Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Vadodara

www.sumandeepuniversity.co.in

SRM University, Chennai

www.srmuniv.ac.in

Srimanta Shankaradeva University of Health Sciences, Guwahati

www.ssuhs.in

Sri Siddhartha Academy of Higher Education, Tumkur

www.sahe.in

Sri Ramachandra University (Deemed), Chennai

www.sriramachandra.edu.in

Sri Devaraj Urs Academy of Higher Education & Research (Deemed)

www.sduu.ac.in

Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (Deemed University), Puducherry

www.sbvu.ac.in

Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University, Bhubaneswar

www.soauniversity.ac.in

Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim

www.smu.edu.in

Shri Venkateshwara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati

www.svimstpt.ap.nic.in

Saveetha University (Deemed), Chennai

www.saveetha.com

Saurashtra University

www.saurashtrauniversity.edu

Sardar Patel University

www.spuvvn.edu

Santosh University, Ghaziabad

www.santoshuniversity.com

Sambalpur University

www.suniv.ac.in

Tripura University

www.tripurauniv.in

Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University

www.tmbu.org

The Tamilnadu DR. MGR Medical University, Chennai

www.tnmgrmu.ac.in

Teerthankar Mahaveer University, Moradabad

www.tmu.ac.in

University of Kashmir

www.kashmiruniversity.net

The University of Jammu

www.jammuuniversity.in

University of Jamia Hamdard (Hamdard University)

www.jamiahamdard.edu

University of Rajasthan

www.uniraj.ac.in

Veer Kunwar Singh University, Ara, Bihar

www.vksu.ac.in

Utkal University

www.utkaluniversity.nic.in

Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat

www.vnsgu.ac.in

Vinayaka Missions University (Deemed), Salem

www.vinayakamission.com

Vikram University, Ujjain

www.vikramuniv.net

Vinobha Bhava University, Hazaribag

www.vbu.ac.in

Yenepoya University (Deemed), Mangalore

www.yenepoya.edu.in

West Bengal University of Health Sciences, Kolkata

www.wbuhs.ac.in

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NEET PG 2019 Result

The results for NEET PG 2019 will be announced by National Board of Examinations (NBE) once the exam in conducted on 6th January 2019. The NEET PG 2019 results can be expected in the last week of January. You can find details of NEET PG 2018 results below:

National Board of Examinations (NBE) declared the results of NEET PG 2018 on January 23, 2018 along with the cut-offs. In order to view your scores in NEET PG 2018, you will have to visit the official website of NBE i.e. www.neetpg.nbe.edu.in and enter your login credentials.

NEET PG 2018 result released in the form of a scorecard displaying the marks and the ranks of the candidates. 

How to View NEET PG Result 2019

  • To view NEET PG scores, visit the official website of NBE.

  • Click on the link ‘Result’.

  • Enter the required login credentials.

  • After entering the specified particulars, click on the ‘Submit’ button.

  • A new window will open that will display the NEET PG 2018 scorecard.

  • Download, save and take a printout of the NEET-PG 2018 scorecard for future reference.

NEET PG 2018 Scorecard

NEET PG 2018 scorecard is available in online mode and to access the scorecard of NEET PG 2018, candidates have to enter their login credentials. NEET PG 2018 scorecard contains the following details:

  • NEET PG 2018 Confirmation Number

  • NEET PG 2018 Testing ID

  • Candidate’s Name

  • Nationality

  • Category of the applicant

  • Candidate’s Date of Birth

  • Sectional-wise marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology

  • Total Marks

  • Percentile Score

  • Qualifying Status

  • NEET PG Cut-off score for counselling

  • Rank- All India Rank, All India Quota seat rank and State Quota rank

NEET PG 2018 Cut-off

The cut-off of NEET PG 2018 has also been released in online mode on the website of the exam conducting authority. NEET PG 2018 cut-off is released after the result declaration, that has the minimum marks a candidate has to score to qualify the entrance exam. It must be noted that candidates have to clear the NEET PG 2018 cut-off to become eligible for counselling and take admissions in colleges/universities.

The cut-off scores for various categories are as follows:

Category Eligibility Criteria Cut-off Score (Out of 1200)
General Category
(UR)
50th Percentile 321
SC/ST/OBC/SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH 40th Percentile 281
UR-PH 45th Percentile 300

"Candidature is purely provisional subject to fulfillment of eligibility criteria as mentioned in NEET PG 2018 Information Bulletin," an official notification on NBE's official website states.

NEET PG 2018 cut-off score is based on various factors such as:

  • Number of Seats

  • Number of Applicants

  • Marking Scheme

  • Difficulty level of the entrance exam

NEET PG 2018 Result - Important Dates

Events

Dates

NEET PG 2018

7th January, 2018

NEET PG 2018 Result Declaration

23rd January, 2018

Counselling

To be announced


Disclaimer: The cut-off details given on this page have been gathered from various sources, and are subject to change. Candidates must cross-check with the official website of NBE before taking a final decision.

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NEET PG 2019 Counselling Process

The NEET PG 2019 counselling process will require candidates to login to the official website of NBE using their NEET PG Roll Number, NEET PG testing ID, name, stream, birth date and a security pin. The NEET PG 2019 result will probably be announced in the last week of January. You can read about the 2018 NEET PG counselling process below:

The result of NEET PG 2018 Counselling Round 1 has been announced. Candidates can now check the result of NEET PG All India Counselling 2018. The result has been announced by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), the counselling conducting body of NEET PG 2018 on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).

Step by Step Process of NEET PG Counselling 2018

Step 1: Registration

This is the first step for NEET-PG counselling. Qualified candidates have to enter their Roll number, Stream, Testing ID, Candidates’ name, Date of Birth and a Security pin to register themselves for counselling process. Afterwards, a Registration slip is generated indicating the details of candidates.

Step 2: Login for NEET PG 2018 Counselling

After successful registration, candidates have to login with their login ID and the chosen Password.

Step 3: Filling and Submission of Choices for NEET PG 2018 Counselling

In this step, candidates have to fill and submit their choices for NEET-PG counselling purposes. Candidates have to fill the choices according to their preferences.

Step 4: NEET PG 2018 Mock Counselling

Here, candidates are given a mock practice of how the counselling process works, as conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The allotment of the seats is done on the basis of applicant’s choices and All India Rank.

Step 5: Choice Locking Facility for NEET PG 2018 Counselling

After filling the choices, candidates get an option to lock their choices by clicking on ‘Choice lock’. For choice locking of NEET PG 2018 counselling, candidates are required to enter their password. After locking the choices, it is advisable to take printout of the locked choices.

Step 6: Seat Allotment for NEET PG Counselling 2018

After conducting the counselling, seat allotment is done for the candidates based on the choices filled by them, availability of seats and All India Rank.

Step 7: Reporting at Allotted Colleges

This is the final step of the NEET PG counselling 2018 process. Candidates have to download the allotment letter and must report at the allotted institutes along with the relevant documents and fee.

NEET PG 2018 Counselling Dates

Events

Dates

NEET PG 2018 Exam

7th January, 2018

NEET PG 2018 Result Declaration

31st January, 2018

Round 1 of Counselling Registration, Exercising Choices

17th to 26th March, 2018

Facility for Choice 19th to 26th March, 2018

Locking of Choices

25th to 26th March, 2018

Round 1 of Seat Allotment 

27th March, 2018

Announcement of Round 1 Result 

28th March, 2018

Reporting at the allotted college as per Round 1

29th March to 5th April, 2018

Last date of Resignation

7th April, 2018

Round 2 of New Registration, fresh choice
filling and locking
6th to 8th April, 2018
Round 2 of Seat Allottment 9th to 10th April, 2018
Announcement of Round 2 Result  11th April, 2018
Reporting at the allotted college as per Round 2 12th to 22nd April, 2018
Transfer of vacant seats to state
quota (End of AIQ)
22nd April, 2018
Exercising of choices and locking of
choice (mop-up round of DGHS)
12th to 14th May, 2018
Seat allotment Process
(DGHS Mop-up round)
15th to 16th May, 2018
Result Announcement
(DGHS mop-up round)
17th May, 2018
Reporting at the allotted college as per (DGHS mop-up round) 18th to 26th May, 2018
Transfer of vacant seats to deemed
universities for final mop-up
26th May, 2018
Last date of joining of candidate 31st May, 2018

Documents Required During NEET-PG 2018 Counselling Process

  • High school/Higher Secondary Certificate/Birth certificate as proof of Birth date

  • Mark sheet of MBBS/BDS 1, 2 and 3 Professional examinations

  • NEET PG 2018 Admit card

  • NEET PG Result

  • MBBS/BDS Degree Certificate/Provisional Certificate

  • The Permanent/Provisional registration certificate issued by Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC). The provisional registration certificate is applicable only for the candidates who are likely to complete the internship on or before March 31, 2018

  • Institute completion certificate or the certificate from the head of the institution stating that candidate has completed the internship by March 31, 2018

  • Identification proofs to the allotted colleges – Passport, PAN Card, Voter ID, Driving license, Aadhaar card

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Best Books for NEET PG 2019

If you are aiming to crack NEET PG 2019, choosing the best books for NEET 2019 is an extremely important step. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation (NEET-PG) is a highly competitive exam, which has takers from all over the country. Those who qualify this exam can apply for admission in postgraduate programmes of top medical colleges in India. Considering the status of this exam, the importance of good books to prepare for NEET PG 2019 cannot be undermined.  

To score well in NEET PG 2019, it is important to have a good preparation strategy and this is where books come into play. Books offer candidates a proper insight into all the topics and subjects that one has to prepare in order to crack the examination. Listed below are some of the top books for NEET PG 2019 which can be considered by the aspirants while preparing for NEET PG 2019.

How to Select the Best Books for NEET PG 2019

  • Before you zero in on a book for preparation, it is important to keep a few factors in mind. To make this easy for you, there are few important pointers mentioned below that you should consider while choosing books for NEET PG 2019 preparation.

  • Check the year of publication of the book that you are planning to pick. It is important to do so because the subject-matter and syllabus keep on changing year after year. Therefore, it is advisable to select books from the recent years mentioned in it.

  • Go for the latest edition of the book while selecting books for NEET PG 2P019. Always remember to check the edition of the books in order to have updated information and contents.

  • Books and other study material recommended by the training centers or coaching institutes can also be a valuable source of information on the important exam topics.

  • Opt for renowned authors and publication houses. Reading books by well-known authors is significant as you can rely on the concepts and topics explained by them.

  • Books that focus more on exam preparation, including sample papers and previous years’ question papers can prove to be helpful while preparing for NEET PG 2019.

  • It is advisable to compare two or more books so that you get access to authentic information.

Best Books for NEET PG 2019 Preparation

NEET PG examination has three sections: Physics, Chemistry & Biology. Let’s take a look at the best books for NEET PG 2019 preparation!

Best Books for NEET PG 2019 Physics

NCERT Physics Class XI and Class XII Objective Physics by DC Pandey
Fundamental Physics for Class XI by Pradeep Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
Concept of Physics by H.C. Verma

Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

Best Books for NEET PG 2019 Chemistry

ABC of Chemistry for Classes XI and XII by Modern

NCERT Chemistry Textbooks for Class XI and XII
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon

Practice Books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic)

and N Awasthi (Physical)

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Best Books for NEET PG 2019 Biology

Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman Objective Botany by Ansari
GR Bathla Publications for Biology Objective Biology by Dinesh

Common Books for NEET PG 2019 Preparation

All India PG Medical Entrance Exam with Answers by Gupta, Krishnamurthy, and Sethi DNB CET Review for Primary and Post Diploma by Vaibhav Bharat and Ishad Aggarwal
Postgraduate Medical Entrance Exam, Vol 2 and 3 by Amit Tripathi and Ashish Gupta DAMS Beat The NEET by Sumer K Sethi
Self-Assessment and Review of NEET Pattern Question by Arvind Arora Dentest Clinical Sciences by Gowri Shankar
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology by Brad W. Neville, Douglas D. Damm, Carl M. Allen DDS MSD, Jerry Bouquot MSD Dental Supreme by Kulkarni
Preclinical Manual of Conservative Dentistry by V. Gopikrishna General Pathology and Microbiology Questions and Answers by Bansal
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Review: A Study Guide by Din Lam, Daniel Laskin Ganong'S Rev Of Med Physiology by Ganong
Diseases of Ear, Nose & Throat by Dhingra Parsons' Diseases of the Eye by Parson
Review Of Postgraduate Medical Entrance Examination by Ashish Gupta Self-Assessment and Review: ENT by Sakshi Arora
Short Practice of Surgery by Bailey The Essentials Of Forensic Medicine And Toxicology by Narayan Reddy
Essential Pediatrics by O.P. Ghai Principles of Internal Medicine by Harrison
Review of Pathology and Genetics by Sparsh Gupta & Gobind Rai Garg Pathologic Basis of Disease by Robbins and Vinay Kumar
Textbook of Biochemistry for Medical Students by Sreekumari Self-Assessment and Review of Preventive & Social Medicine by Aravind Arora
Fundamentals Of Oral Medicine & Radiology by Bailoor Essentials of Periodontology by Sahitya Reddy
Phillips' Science of Dental Materials by Shenoy All India Post Graduate Dental Entrance Examination by Akhil Rajput, Neeraj Wadhawan
TB of Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology by Ongole Essentials Of Physiology For Dental Students by Sembulingam
Essentials Of Public Health and Dentistry by Peter Textbook of Preventive and Social Medicine by K Park
Practical Manual of Oral Pathology And Microbiology by Wadhwan  

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How to Apply for NEET PG 2019

Candidates can fill the NEET PG 2019 Application form online on the official website of National Board of Examinations (NBE). For 2019 NEET PG applicants, it is mandatory to have an Aadhaar card. Those who do not have Aadhaar cards should apply for the same immediately. In order to complete the NEET PG 2019 application form, candidates will have to pay the NEET-PG registration fee, which can be paid through online mode – debit/credit cards/net banking.

Important Dates for Filling NEET PG Online Application

Events

Dates

Online NEET PG Application Starts

Last week of October 2018

NEET PG Application Ends

Last week of November 2018

NEET PG 2019 Exam

6th January 2019

Result Declaration of NEET PG 2019

Last week of January 2019

Step 1: Registration

  • In order to register, visit the official website of NBE, i.e. www.nbe.edu.in

  • Enter your Name, Gender, Parent’s name and valid E-mail address and click on 'Submit' button.

Step 2: Filling the Online Application Form of NEET PG 2019

  • After entering the details, enter the login credentials to continue with the application process.

  • For filling the NEET PG 2019 application form, enter your Personal details, Academic details and Communication details, and click on the “Submit” button.

Step 3: Uploading Images

  • After filling all the details, the next step is to upload the scanned Images.

  • For both Signature and Photograph, the size has to be between 10KB-30KB.

  • The size of MCI/SMC certificate should not exceed more than 500KB.

Step 4: Exam Scheduling

Applicants will have to select the exam location, exact test centre and select preferred date and time of the entrance exam.

Step 5: Application Fee Payment

Applicants will have to pay the application fee of NEET PG 2019, via Debit card/Credit card/ Net banking/ E-wallet. The below table shows the application fee of NEET PG 2019:

Category

Amount

General and OBC

INR 3750

SC/ST/PWD/PH

INR 2750

 Step 6: Confirmation Page Printout

After paying the fee, applicants will have to take a printout of the confirmation page, and carry it to the exam hall for verification.

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NEET PG 2019 Answer Key

NEET PG 2019 answer key is issued by the NBE (National Board of Examinations) for the candidates willing to take admission in MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma programmes. Conducted on the first January 2019, the answer key of NEET PG 2019 will be released online, on the official website of NBE.

The NEET PG 2019 answer key has the correct responses to all the questions asked in the 2019 NEET PG entrance exam. Therefore, by checking the NEET PG 2019 official answer key, candidates get a fair idea of how much marks he/she will obtain in the entrance test. In case, a candidate is dissatisfied with the responses, he/she can also challenge the NEET 2019 answer key available on the official website of NBE.

Important Dates of NEET PG 2019 Answer Key:

Events

Dates

NEET PG 2019 Exam Date

First week of January, 2019

Date of Official NEET PG Answer Key

To be announced

NEET PG 2018 Result Declaration

Last week of January, 2019

Steps to Download NEET PG 2019 Answer Key:

Candidates can follow the steps given below to download the answer key of NEET PG 2019:

  • To view the NEET PG answer key 2019, visit the official website of NBE.

  • On the homepage, click on the link that displays ‘NEET PG Solution Key 2019’.

  • Enter the Registration number and Password, and click on the ‘Submit’ tab.

  • NEET PG answer key 2019 will appear on the screen.

  • With the help of the answer key, check and compare your probable scores.

How to Challenge NEET PG Answer Key 2019:

If any candidate is not satisfied with the responses, then he/ she can challenge the NEET 2019 answer key. For this, candidates are required to submit INR 1000 (per question) in an online mode within the stipulated time frame. Candidates can follow the steps given below to challenge NEET PG answer key 2019.

Step 1: Visit the official website of NBE, i.e. www.nbe.gov.in and click on ‘Key Challenge’ link.

Step 2: Login by entering the Registration Number and Password.

Step 3: After entering the details, select a question for challenge and click on “Submit”.

Step 4: Now, select the answer and give your justifications for answer, and click on ‘Confirm’ tab.

Step 5: For challenging the NEET PG 2019 answer key, pay the requisite fee of INR 1000/- (per question) in online mode.

Step 6: Take a print copy of the Confirmation Slip for future references.

Marking Scheme of NEET PG 2019 Answer Key:

The marking scheme of NEET PG 2019 is as follows:

  • For each correct response, candidates are awarded four marks.

  • There is negative marking for every incorrect response. One mark is deducted for each incorrect answer.

  • No negative marking is applicable for unanswered questions.

Type of Answer

NEET Marks

For Correct answer

+4 marks

For Wrong answer

-1 mark

For No answer

0

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NEET PG 2019 Mock Test

NEET PG 2019 Mock test will be activated on the official website of National Board of Education (NBE), the authority for conducting NEET PG. Candidates who register for NEET PG 2019 will be able to take the mock test for their practice sessions. NEET PG Mock Test will help the aspirants understand NEET PG 2019 pattern and the type of questions. It will also be useful for getting an insight into the NEET PG 2019 exam and will help candidates identify their weak areas.

National Board of Education (NBE) will conduct NEET PG on January 6, 2019, for MBBS aspirants willing to pursue Masters of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) The application form of NEET PG 2019 is expected to be released in the last week of October 2018, and the last date for NEET PG online registration will be in the last week of November 2018. The exam will be conducted on online mode, and candidates will be able to fill NEET PG application form on NBE's official website. Candidates who complete their MBBS degree along with a year's rotatory internship on or before 31st March 2019 will be eligible to apply for NEET PG.

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How to Access NEET PG Mock Test with Solutions

Candidates can follow the steps given below to get access to NEET PG Mock Test:

  • Go to the official website of National Board of Education (NBE), nbe.edu.in.

  • On the home page of NBE, you will see a tab indicating ‘NEET-PG’

  • Click on that link and NEET-PG website will open in a new tab.

  • Check the column ‘General Links’ on the page NEET PG.

  • Under the ‘General Links’ column, there is a link called ‘Demo Test’.

  • Click on that link, and a new page will open.

  • Click on ‘Sign In’ to begin the demo test.

  • Once you complete the demo test, you will be able to check your score.

Importance of NEET PG Mock Test

  • NEET PG mock test gives a fair idea of how the actual exam will be.

  • Mock test helps candidates in analysing their preparation strategy, enables them to focus on their shortcomings and how to manage time effectively.

  • A mock test familiarises the candidate with the exam pattern and management strategy.

  • Mock test comes in handy while preparing for the difficult and important topics.

  • Solving a mock test helps a candidate enhance his/her accuracy and speed.

  • Attempting a mock exam also helps in boosting a candidate’s confidence by familiarising him/her with the exam pattern and indicating if his/her preparation strategy is on the right track.

Quick Look at NEET PG Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme 2019

Let’s take a look at the NEET PG exam pattern and marking scheme 2019:

  • NEET PG is held as a one-session examination

  • It is a Computer Based Test (CBT)

  • There will be 300 questions with 4 alternatives and one correct response

  • For every correct answer, candidates will be awarded four marks

  • For every incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted

  • No marks will be deducted for unanswered questions

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NEET PG 2019 Conducting Body

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test–Post Graduate (NEET-PG) is organized and administered by the National Board of Examinations (NBE). Established in 1975 at New Delhi, NBE is an autonomous and regulatory body for Postgraduate medical education, that comes under the Ministry of Health, Government of India. The main aim of NBE is to promote and improve the quality of Medical Education in India by establishing standards of PG exams. The postgraduate degree awarded by NBE is called the Diplomate of National Board (DNB). 

NEET PG 2019 Important Dates

Events

Dates

NEET PG 2019 Online Registration

4th week of October, 2018

Last date to register for NEET PG 2019 

4th week of November, 2018

NEET PG 2019 Admit Card

4th week of December, 2019 onwards

NEET PG 2019 Exam

6th January 2019

NEET PG 2019 Result

4th week of January, 2019

First Round of NEET PG 2019 Counselling begins

March 2019

 

Second Round of NEET PG 2019 Counselling begins

April 2019

 

NEET PG 2019 Exam Centres

Durgapur

New Delhi

Kozikhode

Trichy

Mangalore

Vijayawada

Raipur

Trivandrum

Ranchi

Udaipur

Visakhapatnam

Varanasi

Gandhinagar

Mumbai

Goa

Nagpur

Pune

Navi Mumbai

Jamshedpur

Indore

Noida

Jaipur

Bardoli(Surat)

Jammu

Dehradun

Hyderabad

Mysore

Aurangabad

Cochin

Greater Noida

Guwahati

Gurgaon

Kolkata

Coimbatore

Lucknow

Chandigarh

Bhubaneswar

Chennai

Bangalore

Bhopal

Ahmedabad

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Contact Details

Address: National Board of Examinations Medical Enclave, Ansari Nagar, Mahatma Gandhi Marg Ring Road, Delhi-110 092

Phone number: 0124-6771700 / 1800 11 1700 (Toll Free)

Website: http://www.nbe.edu.in 

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