About NEET PG 2019
National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the NEET PG merit list for 50% AIQ on March 7. The provisional result of NEET PG counselling 2019 round one has been published on March 27. The final allotment list will be released after 05:00 PM. The result of NEET PG was declared on January 31, while score cards are available from February 6 onward. NEET PG 2019 entrance examination was administered on January 6 in online mode. The application process for NEET PG 2019 closed on November 22. NEET PG is a national level entrance examination conducted for admission to postgraduate medical courses in the country. NEET PG 2019 offers admissions to Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) courses in the country. NEET PG is the entrance test to be used for admissions to 50% of All India Quota seats and 50% State Quota seats (all the seats in case of Jammu and Kashmir state), seats in Central and Deemed Universities and Armed Forces Medical Services institutions.
|Exam level:||National Level Exam|
|Frequency:||Once a year|
|Conducting Body:||National Board of Examinations (NBE)|
|Duration||3 Hours 30 Minutes|
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NEET PG 2019 Important Dates
|05 Apr, 2019 - 22 Apr, 2019||Counselling - Round two | Mode: Online|
|13 May, 2019 - 26 May, 2019||Counselling - Mop-up round | Mode: Online|
|31 Jan, 2019||Result | Mode: Online|
|06 Jan, 2019||Exam - Date of exam | Mode: Online|
|07 Mar, 2019||Others - Merit List for 50% AIQ - Start Date | Mode: Online|
|30 Dec, 2018||Admit Card - NEET PG admit card release | Mode: Online|
|02 Nov, 2018 - 22 Nov, 2018||Application - NEET PG registration | Mode: Online|
|06 Feb, 2019||Score Card | Mode: Online|
|15 Mar, 2019 - 03 Apr, 2019||Counselling - Round one | Mode: Online|
The NEET PG 2019 eligibility criteria for aspirants appearing in the postgraduate medical examination has been listed below.
- Candidates must possess a valid MBBS degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI), and have an MBBS degree or provisional certificate to that effect.
- Completion of the rotatory internship on or before March 31, 2019.
- Provisional or permanent medical registration certificate issued by MCI or a State Medical Council. This must be carried on the day of the exam and during admission.
- Candidates who have studied/qualified MBBS from Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for All India 50% Quota seats. Only candidates who were nominated by the Government of India (under central pool seats) to study MBBS from Medical Colleges in Jammu & Kashmir shall be eligible for All India 50% quota seats. Such candidates must submit a duly signed affidavit declaring this.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card
|OBC, General||Online||Male, Transgender, Female||₹ 3750|
|ST, SC||Online||Male, Transgender, Female||₹ 2750|
|ST, OBC, General, SC||PWD||Online||Male, Transgender, Female||₹ 2750|
NBE released the NEET PG 2019 application form in the online mode on November 2, 2018. The last date to apply was November 22. Candidates can check the various steps of the application process of NEET PG 2019 here-
- Fill the registration form for obtaining User ID and Password
- User ID and password will be then, sent through SMS and Email
- Fill the application form - Personal Details, Qualification Details (MBBS / Primary Medical Qualification details, Internship Details, SMC/MCI Registration Details), Test Center Details
- Upload a recent passport size photograph (Maximum 80 Kb size, in JPG/JPEG format) and signature (Maximum 80 Kb size, in JPG/JPEG format) signature
- Choose test city
- Make payment of fees in the online mode through debit/credit card or net banking.
- Take a print out of the filled application form with transaction ID printed on it.
Important: Test City will be confirmed only after payment of fee is successful.
Correction of mistakes in NEET application form
Candidates who have made mistakes in their application form can rectify the same tentatively by December 7. The correction window will be open for a week.
Candidates may note that the following details cannot be edited
- Name of the Candidate
- Date of Birth
- Mobile No.
- Email address
- Testing City
- Category of the candidate
NEET PG E-books and Sample Papers
NEET PG 2019 Syllabus
|Biochemistry||Red and white blood cells|
|Muscles and the cytoskeleton|
|Plasma proteins and immunoglobulins|
|Metabolism of xenobiotics|
|Human genome project|
|Function and replication of informational macromolecules|
|Biochemistry of extracellular and intracellular communication|
|Digestion and absorption|
|Vitamins and minerals|
|Structures and functions of proteins and enzymes|
|Intracellular traffic and sorting of proteins|
|The extracellular matrix|
|Metabolism of proteins and amino acids|
|Metabolism of carbohydrate and lipids|
|The upper limb|
|The lower limb|
|The head and neck|
|Digestion and absorption|
|Muscles and other topics|
|Microbiology||Infections of bones and joints|
|Methods and techniques|
|Pharmacology||Drugs acting on autonomic nervous system|
|Drugs acting on central nervous system|
|General pharmacological principles|
|Drugs acting on the kidney|
|Chemotherapy of neoplastic diseases|
|Drugs affecting blood and blood formation|
|Autacoids and related drugs|
|Respiratory and related drugs|
|Hormones and related drugs|
|Pathology||General pathology of infectious diseases|
|Cell death and adaptations|
|Thrombosis and shock|
|Diseases of the immune system neoplasia healing and fibrosis|
|Genetic and pediatric diseases|
|Hematopoietic and lymphoid systems|
|Kidney and its collection system|
|Skin and nervous system|
|Forensic medicine||Injuries and wounds|
|Death and thermal death|
|Abortion and asphyxiants|
|Medicine, dermatology and venereology||Infectious diseases|
|Medical oncology haematological malignancy|
|Cell and molecular biology|
|Water electrolyte and acid-base balance|
|Sexually transmitted diseases|
|Cardiovascular disease and clinical immunology|
|Drug therapy and poisoning|
|Biliary tract and pancreatic disease|
|Intensive care medicine|
|Papulo vesicular disorders|
|Malignant skin disease|
|Disorders of pigmentation|
|Social and preventive medicine||Occupational health|
|Information and basic medical statistics|
|Health planning and management|
|Communication for health education|
|Environment and health|
|Epidemiology of communicable diseases|
|Principles of epidemiology|
|Screening for disease|
|Preventive medicine in obstetrics pediatrics and geriatrics|
|Demography and family planning|
|Epidemiology of chronic non-communicable diseases and conditions|
|Nutrition and health|
|Social sciences and health|
|Radiodiagnosis and radiotherapy||Chemotherapy|
|Diagnostic features and signs|
|Physics and technique|
|Surgery, ent, orthopedics and anaesthesia||Regional anesthesia|
|Critical care and anaesthesia in coexisting diseases|
|Diseases of oral cavity|
|Diseases of pharynx|
|Diseases of ear|
|Diseases of nose and paranasal sinuses|
|Diseases of larynx and trachea|
|Diseases of recent advances|
|Clinical methods in ent|
|Orthopaedics fractures and injuries|
|Degenerative and metabolic bone disease|
|Miscellaneous bone diseases|
|Umbilicus and abdominal wall cardiothoracic surgery|
|Transplantation and oncology|
|Plastic and reconstructive surgery|
|Urogenital surgery and hernia|
|Adolescent health and development|
|Nutrition fluids and electrolytes|
|Kidney and urinary tract disorders|
|Cardiovascular system disorders|
|Endocrine and metabolic disorders|
|Malignancy in childhood|
|Inborn errors of metabolism|
|Collagen vascular disorders|
|Pediatric critical care|
|Common skin disorders and leprosy|
|Ocular manifestations of systemic disorders|
|Integrated management of childhood illness|
|Rational drug therapy|
|Poisoning and accidents|
|Immunity and immunization|
|Common protozoal and helminthic infections|
|Micronutrient in health and disease|
|Gastrointestinal system and liver diseases|
|Ear, nose and throat disease|
|Obstetrics and gynaecology||Conception|
|Disorders of menstruation|
|Chronic pelvic pain|
|Diseases and injury to the female genital tract|
|Tumors and its therapy|
|Special topics in obstetrics|
|Diseases of foetus and newborn|
|Medical and surgical illness complicating pregnancy|
|Complications of pregnancy|
|Impulse control disorders|
|Ophthalmology||Disease of uveal tract|
|Disease of the lens|
|Disease of the lacrimal apparatus|
|Disease of conjunctiva|
|Disease of the vitreous|
|Disease of the retina|
|Vision and neuro-ophthalmology|
|Disease of the cornea|
|Disease of the sclera|
|Disease of the lids|
|Disease of the orbit|
|Strabismus and nystagmus|
|Anatomy and development of eye|
|Clinical methods in ophthalmology|
|Optics and refraction|
|Basic principles of ocular therapy|
Candidates attempting NEET PG must be aware of the NEET PG exam pattern 2019. The exam pattern of NEET PG 2019 has been provided below.
|Mode of Examination||Computer-based Test|
|Duration of Examination||3 hours 30 minutes|
|Medium of the Question paper||English|
|Number of Questions||300|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Marking Pattern||Correct Answer: +4 marks, Incorrect Answer: - 1 marks, Unanswered Question: 0 marks|
|Sections in question paper||(Part A, B and C) each containing 50, 100, 150 MCQs|
The NEET PG admit card 2019 was released by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) on December 30, 2018. The NEET PG 2019 admit card was available only in the online mode. The admit card of NEET PG 2019 was issued to the aspirants who have successfully completed the process of registration. Candidates could download the NEET PG 2019 admit card from the official link by entering their user ID and password. Upon downloading the admit card of NEET PG 2019, candidates are required to affix a recent passport sized photograph on the admit card.
Documents to carry to the exam hall
- NEET PG 2019 admit card
- A valid photo ID proof
- Photocopy of Permanent / Provisional SMC/MCI registration to be retained by the test centre
NEET PG 2019 Exam Centers
|Jammu and Kashmir||Jammu|
Documents Required at Exam
- NEET PG 2019 admit card (with a recent passport sized photograph pasted on it)
- A valid photo-identity proof (PAN/Aadhar/Driving License/Passport/Voter Id)
- Photocopy of State Medical Council/Medical Council of India registration (Provisional/Permanent)
- Original screening test pass certificate issued on NBE letterhead for Indian/OCI citizen who have obtained their Primary Medical Qualification outside India
348 Colleges Accepting Admission
NBE released NEET PG score card 2019 on February 6, in online mode. Only the qualified candidates can download the score card of NEET PG 2019 using their user ID and password. The socre card mentions name, All India Rank, marks (out of 1200), roll number, date of birth and other details. Earlier, the authority has declared the NEET PG result 2019 on January 31 in the online mode. Candidates who appeared the postgraduate examination can check their NEET PG 2019 result available in the PDF file. The result of NEET PG 2019 indicates whether a candidate has qualified in the exam or not. The merit list released in NEET PG 2019 result contains the roll number of the candidates, marks obtained (out of 1200) and rank secured. Candidates need to secure the minimum cutoff percentile in order to be included in the rank list of NEET PG 2019 result.
The NEET mark sheet cum result certificate can be downloaded to be used for admissions. This is in actual the result. The NEET scores will be passed on to the respective states to be used for their respective counselling procedures.
The cutoff of NEET PG 2019 is the minimum marks that candidates need to score so as to qualify in the exam. NBE has released the NEET PG cutoff 2019 along with the result on January 31. The NEET PG 2019 cutoff is decided by NBE and is subject to revision. NEET PG cutoff 2019 is different for different categories. Candidates can check the cutoff in the table given below.
|Category||Cutoff (Percentile)||Cutoff scores|
|SC/ST/OBC (including PwD)||40||295|
Mode of Counselling: Online, Offline
NEET PG counselling 2019 is being conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services (on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee) for the seats under All India Quota and in Central and Deemed universities while that of state quota is conducted by respective state counselling authorities. MCC has released the provisional first allotment list of NEET PG counselling 2019 on March 27, while the final result will be made available after 05:30 PM. Also, MCC has notified candidates that in case of any discrepancy in NEET PG counselling result 2019, they can mail to the authority on [email protected] Once the seats are allotted, aspirants need to provide an option for upgradation and also download the allotment letter. Thereafter, report to the allotted college with the relevant documents.
Only the qualified candidates who had secured the minimum cutoff percentile are required to register with the counselling bodies. There are two rounds of NEET PG 2019 counselling. The second round of NEET counselling for PG courses will begin from April 5, 2019. The mop-up round of counselling will be conducted for Deemed and Central Universities only. Candidates allotted seats through NEET PG counselling 2019 will be required to report to the allotted colleges within the stipulated time for admission purposes.
Documents Required at Counselling
- NEET PG 2019 admit card issued by NBE
- NEET PG 2019 result/score card
- MBBS mark sheets of first, second and third professional examinations
- Provisional/Degree certificate of MBBS
- Internship Completion Certificate
- Permanent/Provisional registration certificate issued by MCI
- High School/Higher Secondary/Date of Birth certificate as proof of birth date
- A valid photo-identity proof (PAN/Aadhar/Voter ID/Passport/Driving licence)
- SC/ST/OBC/OPH certificate (as applicable)
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