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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - PG

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What is the NEET PG Exam?

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or NEET is a common entrance exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admissions to Masters/PG Diploma courses after MBBS. It is the sole governing body for all the admissions to seats available in Medical colleges in India. The NEET PG exam is conducted for admission in various post graduate courses like MD/MS/PG Diploma in Medical institutes that are MCC approved.

National Testing Agency (NTA)

  • The National Testing Agency (NTA) is an independent, autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource Department (MHRD), Government of India (GOI). 

  • The NTA is the government organisation established by the Societies Registration Act (1860) and has been entrusted by the Ministry of Education with the task of conducting the NEET-PG Exam.

Level

  National

Frequency

  Once a year

Mode

  Computer based (Online) Mode

Language

English

Significance

  Mandatory for entry into MD/MS/PG Diploma  courses

Examination Fee

  • General and OBC-Rs 5015/-

  • SC/ST/PWD/PH- Rs 3835/-

Marking Scheme

  Negative marking

Age Limit

  No

Eligibility

  • The students should have passed their MBBS degree with 50% (General) aggregate and 45% (OBC/SC/ST) from recognised university are eligible to apply for NEET-PG exam

  • The students should have completed minimum of 22 years of age as on 31st December of the year of which admission is sought

Exam Format and Syllabus

The NEET PG exam is conducted through Computer based test (Online) mode at specified exam centres. The NEET PG exam is Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based and consists of 200 questions and is of total 800 marks.  The exam paper is divided into 3 different parts (Part A, Part B and Part C). 

The duration of the NEET exam is 3.5 Hours or 210 minutes and there will be Negative Marking for the wrong answers.

Parts

Subjects

Questions

Total

Part A

Anatomy

17

50

Physiology

17

Biochemistry

16

Part B

Pathology

25

100

Pharmacology

20

Microbiology

20

Forensic Medicine

10

Social and Preventive Medicine

25

Part C

General Medicine including Dermatology, Venereology & Psychiatry

45

150

General Surgery including Orthopaedics, Anaesthesia and Radio diagnosis

45

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

30

Paediatrics

10

ENT

10

Ophthalmology

10

Note: There is Negative Marking for the wrong answers. 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer.

Centres for NEET PG Exam

Adilabad

Kozhikode

Agartala

Krishnagiri

Agra

Kurnool

Ahmedabad/ Gandhinagar

Kurukshetra

Ahmednagar

Latur

Aizawl

Lucknow

Ajmer

Ludhiana

Akola

Madanapalle

Alappuzha

Madurai

Aligarh

Mahbubnagar

Alwar

Malappuram

Ambajogai

Mandya

Ambala

Mangaluru

Amalapuram

Mapusa

Amravati

Markapur

Amritsar

Mathura

Anand

Meerut

Anantapur

Mehsana

Arrah

Moradabad

Asansol

Mumbai/Navi Mumbai

Aurangabad

Muzaffarnagar

Bagalkot

Muzaffarpur

Balasore

Mylavaram

Bankura

Mysuru (Mysore)

Baramulla

Nagercoil

Bareilly

Nagpur

Bhatinda

Naharlagun

Beed

Nalgonda

Belagavi (Belgaum)

Namakkal

Bellary

Nandyal

Bengaluru

Nanded

Berhampur (WB)

Narasaraopet

Berhampur- Ganjam

Nashik

Bhagalpur

Nellore

Bhandara

Nizamabad

Bhilai Nagar

Ongole

Bhimavaram

Palakkad

Bhiwandi

Palghar

Bhopal

Palvancha

Bhubaneswar

Panaji/Madgaon

Bhusawal

Pandharpur

Bidar

Panipat

Bikaner

Pathanamthitta

Bilaspur (CG)

Pathankot

Bilaspur (HP)

Patiala/ Fatehgarh Sahib

Boisar

Patna

Bokaro

Preambular

Budgam

Port Blair

Burdwan

Prayagraj

Chandigarh/ Mohali

Proddatur

Chandrapur

Puducherry

Chengalpattu

Pune

Chennai

Purnea

Chikkaballapur

Puthukottai

Chikkamagaluru

Puttur (AP)

Chirala

Puttur (Karnataka)

Chittoor

Raigad

Coimbatore

Raipur

Cuddalore

Rajahmundry

Cuttack

Rajampet

Darbhanga

Rajkot

Davangere

Ranchi

Dehradun

Ratnagiri

Delhi/NCR

Roorkee

Dhanbad

Rourkela

Dharmapuri

Sagar

Dharwad/ Hubballi (Hubli)

Salem

Dhenkanal

Samba

Dhule

Sambalpur

Dibrugarh

Sangamner

Dindigul

Sangli

Durgapur

Sangrur

Eluru

Satara

Ernakulam

Sathupally

Erode

Satna

Faizabad

Shillong

Gangtok

Shimla

Gondia

Shivamogga (Shimoga)

Gorakhpur

Sikar

Gudlavalleru

Silchar

Gudur

Siliguri

Guntur

Sindhudurg

Guwahati

Solan

Gwalior

Solapur

Haldia

Sonipat

Haldwani

Sriganganagar

Hamirpur (HP)

Srikakulam

Hasan

Srinagar

Hazaribagh

Surampalem

Himatnagar

Surat

Hisar

Suri

Hooghly

Suryapet

Howrah

Tadepalligudem

Hyderabad

Tekkali

Idukki

Teni

Imphal

Tezpur

Indore

Thane

Jabalpur

Thanjavur

Jaipur

Thiruvananthapuram

Jalandhar

Thoothukudi

Jalgaon

Thrissur

Jammu

Tiruchirappalli

Jamnagar

Tirunelveli

Jamshedpur

Tirupati

Jhansi

Tirupur

Jodhpur

Tiruvallur

Jorhat

Tiruvannamalai

Kadapa

Tiruvaru

Kakinada

Tumakuru (Tumkur)

Kalaburgi (Gulbarga)

Udaipur

Kalyani

Udupi

Kanchipuram

Ujjain

Kannur

Una

Kanpur

Vadodara

Karimnagar

Varanasi

Karnal

Vasai

Karur

Vellore

Kasaragod

Vijayawada

Kavali

Villupuram

Khammam

Virar

Kodad

Virudhunagar

Kohima

Visakhapatnam

Kolhapur

Vizianagaram

Kolkata

Warangal

Kollam

Wardha

Kolar

Yamuna Nagar

Kottayam

Yavatmal

Yemmiganur

What’s new in the NEET PG Exam?

  • In the NEET-PG exam, the sections are now divided into three parts: Part A, Part B and Part C. The marks are allotted according to the parts

  • The NEET PG exam now consists of 200 questions instead of 300 questions previously

  • There will be 4-tie breaking criteria for awarding rankings: 

  • More number of correct responses, 

  • Less number of responses, 

  • Older Candidates

  • Higher aggregate marks 

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