National Board of Examination, (NBE) is the exam conducting authority of Diplomate of National Board Post Diploma Centralized Entrance Test (DNB PDCET). NBE has released notification for withheld aspirants who are having deficient document along with the list of documents which have to be fulfilled for DNB PDCET 2020. Candidates can fulfill the deficent document lastly till February 15, 2020 as failing to which candidature of candidtes for DNB PDCET admission will be cancelled. Authorities had announced DNB PDCET result 2020 for 54 withheld candidates on February 6, 2020. Earlier the authorities had declared DNB PDCET result 2020 in the form of PDFs on January 14. A total of 14 speciality wise merit lists have been released. Earlier the authorities successfully conducted DNB PDCET 2020 on December 20, 2019, from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM. DNB PDCET exam was conducted in computer based mode with 200 multiple choice questions, which were asked from eight different specialties. Through DNB PDCET exam, around 1073 seats will be offered across 14 specialities in 597 hospitals in India.
The scores obtained in DNB PDCET 2020 will be valid only in the same academic year. All candidates have been ranked in order of the marks secured in DNB PDCET 2020. A separate merit list has been published for each broad speciality course. Merit list for DGO, DMRD, DMRT, DORTHO, DOMS, DLO, DA, DVD, DPM, DCH, DNM, DTCD, DPMR, and DCP has been published separately.
DNB-PDCET is an essential pre-requisite entrance examination for admission to post-diploma DNB (broad specialities) postgraduate courses. The online exam was conducted in 24 test centres located across the country. As per the marking scheme of DNB PDCET 2020, single correct response questions of 4 marks. There is a negative marking of 25%, therefore, one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
Candidates who have qualified the examination will be invited to participate in the online centralised DNB PDCET counselling 2020 which will be conducted by NBE. The counselling of DNB PDCET will be speciality specific on the basis of merit achieved in the entrance test.
For all the registered candidates, NBE had released the DNBPDCET admit card 2020 on December 13, 2019. DNB PDCET 2020 aspirants had to download the hall ticket as it was not sent via post. It was also mandatory to carry the hall ticket of DNB PDCET 2020 at the exam centre along with ID proof and registration certificate for verification purposes.
Past Dates and Events
14 Jan, 2020
Result | Mode: Online
20 Dec, 2019
Exam | Mode: Online
13 Dec, 2019 - 20 Dec, 2019
Admit Card | Mode: Online
04 Nov, 2019 - 11 Nov, 2019
Application Correction | Mode: Online
11 Oct, 2019 - 31 Oct, 2019
Application | Mode: Online
11 Oct, 2019
Advertisement | Mode: Online
All candidates applying for the entrance test must fulfil the DNB PDCET eligibility criteria as laid down by the exam conducting authority. The eligibility criteria of DNB PDCET 2020 reflect the basic pre-requisite conditions which must be met in order to be considered eligible to appear for the examination. Following are the eligibility criteria which the aspirants must fulfill.
Know your admission chances in DNB programs in Colleges & Hospitals via DNB PDCET 2020 rank.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card
NBE had re-opened the correction window for candidates who have uploaded incorrect images of thumb impression, signature and photograph till November 25. Only those candidates who have been informed by NBE to upload correct images were be able to access. Earlier, the correction window facility of DNB PDCET 2020 application form was open from November 4 to 11. Eligible candidates were required to fill the application form of DNB PDCET 2020 till October 31, 2019. The authority provided the correction window facility to edit certain details in the DNB PDCET 2020 application form from November 4 to 9, 2019. In order to appear for the DNB PDCET, candidates had to fill the application form. Filling of DNB PDCET application form was a six-step process that included registration, filling of the application form, uploading of scanned images, choosing the test city, payment of application fee and printing of filled application form. All candidates irrespective of their category will be required to pay Rs. 4500/- as the application fee for DNB PDCET.
The exam pattern of DNB PDCET acquaint the candidates with the details of entrance exam like the duration, the number of questions, types of questions etc. With the help of DNB PDCET exam pattern candidates are required to formulate a solid strategy to crack the entrance test. NBE conducts the exam in computer-based mode, consisting of 200 multiple choice question with a single best answer. For every correct answer, candidates are awarded 4 marks and one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. The exam conducted only in English medium. The syllabus of DNB PDCET 2020 is based on MBBS exit level.
The exam conducting authority had issued the DNB PDCET admit card 2020 for all the registered candidates on December 13, 2019. The admit card of DNB PDCET is a crucial document which reveals the designated test centres of the candidates. Candidates were required to carry the following documents to the examination centre in order to gain entry.
Candidates must furnish DNB PDCET admit card at the time of checking result and counselling thus it is necessary to retain it till the admission process concludes. Candidates were required to paste their latest photograph in the prescribed space in the admit card and report to the examination centre within the prescribed time.
The DNB PDCET result for 54 withheld candidates has been announced on February 6, 2020 in the form of PDF. Earlier, DNB PDCET 2020 result had been declared on January 14, 2020. The result of DNB PDCET 2020 had been declared in the form of merit list which is published separately for 14 different specialities. The result of DNB PDCET is uploaded on the official website of NBE. All candidates have been given a rank in descending order of the marks obtained by them. Such candidates who qualify the examination will be invited to participate in the online centralised counselling of DNB PDCET conducted by NBE.
Mode of Counselling:
Those candidates who have cleared the entrance test and fulfill the other eligibility criteria will be eligible to participate in DNB PDCET counselling 2020. In order to participate in the counselling, candidates will have to register online on the official website as and when it begins. A total of four rounds of DNB PDCET counselling will be organised wherein the first three will be online and the last round will be conducted in offline mode at NBE office, New Delhi. Those candidates who will not register in the first round of counselling will not be allowed to participate in further rounds. A mock round of counselling will also be organised for the candidates to familiarise them with the online seat allotment process. After registration, candidates will have to fill preference of course and college. Candidates with merit position will be allowed to fill their option/choices after remitting the required counselling fee of Rs 2500/- Based on the choices given and availability of seats, admission will be granted to specific specialities. To check the seat matrix for 14 broad specialities, click here
National Board of Examination (NBE), is responsible to conduct DNB PDCET exam.
Every correct answer will be awarded 4 marks and for each incorrect answer, 1 mark of the candidates will be deducted.
DNB program is same as a post-graduate and post-doctoral program. This program provides the students with the same stature as that of MD and MS.
Medical aspirants must fill the registration form of DNB PDCET to appear for the examination.
counselling for post-diploma courses will commence from the first week of April. The counselling of DNB PDCET 2020
will be conducted in four rounds, three of which will be conducted online. The last and final round of DNB
counselling (post-diploma) will be held offline at the NBE Office, New Delhi.
If you are alloted a seat in first round and if you are satisfied with the allotment of seat in the DNB PDCET counselling you can accept the seat by reporting to the college and pay one year course fee within the prescribed time.You don't to participate in subsequent rounds.But if you are not satisfied or want to go for upgradation of seat you can participate in subsequent rounds in the counselling.
Going by previous All India cut offs and your rank, you may have decent chances in General Surgery in Medical Colleges like:
VMKV Medical College: Emergency Medicine
Meenakshi Medical College: Radio Diagnosis
SRM Medical College: Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases
Chettinad Academy: Paediatrics
Kilpauk Medical College: Forensic Medicine
Having said that, this is 2019 data and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, difficulty of the exam, and no.of seats available for each specialisation. Please try our College predictor to check the possibility of other specialisations with you rank across India: https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-pg-all-india-college-predictor
First of all congratulations on securing average rank in NEET PG 2020. As per your rank and previous year cutoff, you will get private colleges with this rank. The colleges you will get in clinical branch are:
Guru gobind medical college,Faridkot
Medical college and hospital Kolkata
Osmania medical college
There is a list of medical you will get as per your rank. Hope this helps!! You can also go through our college predictor link:
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