AIPGMEE Result Declared by NBE on February 4
National Board of Examinations (NBE) has declared AIPGMEE Results 2016 on February 4. Candidates who have appeared in the computer based All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Exam (AIPGMEE) can now check their result from the official link available in this page. Moreover, the results of AIPGMEE 2016 have been declared for only those candidates who have secured the qualifying marks in the post graduate medical entrance exam. The qualifying marks for general category candidate are 50% while that for SC/ST/OBC category candidates is 40%.
Candidates can check their AIPGMEE 2016 result by entering their exam testing ID and date of birth from the online window given below. AIPGMEE 2016 result mentions the candidate’s name, testing id, AIPGMEE All India Rank (AIR), marks scored and qualified or not qualified.
Based on the AIPGMEE 2016 result, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) will conduct AIPGMEE counselling in online mode beginning from February. The AIPGMEE 2016 counselling will be conducted in 3 rounds and allotment of MD/MS/Diploma programmes seats to be done strictly on the basis candidate’s rank and preference for course medical colleges.
AIPGMEE 2016 exam had been concluded on December 8, 2015 which was conducted in a 6-day testing window which began from December 2. According to experts and toppers, the national level post graduate entrance examination was one of most competitive and toughest examinations of India as it had questions, which not only evaluated theoretical or practical knowledge of MBBS programme but also analysed conceptual knowledge of Pre-clinical, Para-clinical and Clinical subjects.
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AIPGMEE 2016 is national level entrance exam conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE) for admission to approximately 5500 Doctor of Medicine (MD), Master of Surgery (MS) and Diploma programmes seats under 50% All India quota in various medical colleges of India except Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Jammu & Kashmir.
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i could not produce obc central certificate in previous attempt of neet pg 2020. i had only the state obc certificate. so i applied under general. but can i now get the central obc certificate via my state certificate and now can i apply under obc in neet pg 2021?
You should go through the NEET PG guidelines to understand the the format criteria of OBC certificate, and if you think that you can produce it before the last date of registration then you should definitely apply in your specific OBC category.
If you fail to produce the the OBC certificate at time, then you will have to you only go with the general option during registration.
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indian student passed mbbs from abroad can appear in neet PG exam as center and domicile state participent students
YES, YOU CAN.
The first step is to clear MCI screening test and get a licence to practice and then you can appear for NEET PG exam.
As per a proposed bill MCI screening test and NEET PG exam in which those students who qualifies the exam will get licence to practice in India and the merit students will be called for counselling for PG seats.
fees structure neet pg courses in private medical colleges
the fees structure for NEET PG courses at some of the private medical colleges in India ranges between INR 3 lakhs to INR 12 lakhs, this amount is applicable for only the tuition fees. Kindly visit the link given below to view all the private medical colleges and their respective fees structure.
I HAVE NOT RENEWED MY REGISTRATION OF MMC CAN I STILL FILL NEET PG FORM
yes you can still fill the Neet Pg Form 21 for md ms go to the link and register in NBE website
Re - Percentage Scored in Qualifying Exam. I graduated from a medical college. Theres no CGPA and for NEET PG we usually enter percentages for all years separately. For SSC-CGL, does it refer only to final year or the average of 4 years?
The eligibility criteria for SSC CGL 2020 for Junior Statistical Officer post is that a candidate must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized University with minimum 60% Marks in Mathematics in 10+2 level or must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Statistics as one of the subjects. For Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer and all other post a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree from a recognized board.
So there is no minimum percentage required in qualifying exam to be eligible to appear for SSC CGL but in the application form you have to enter the education details, you have to enter the aggregate percentage that you have scored in all semesters/years in the qualifying exam.