DMER, HP postpones PG medical admissions 2020 until further notice
COVID-19 (Coronavirus): DMER, HP postpones PG medical admissions 2020 - DMER, Shimla has postponed all the processes of HP PG medical admission until further notice. This has been done due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the nation. The official notification by DMER, Shimla states that ‘in compliance with the directions of the Director General of Health Services, Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, the the Centralized Counseling for PG (MD/MS) which was scheduled to be held on 03.04.2020 in this Institution has been postponed till further orders.’ The authorities have further advised candidates to keep a track of the official website for all updates. For more details candidates can check below.
Below mentioned are the recent events, date-wise, pertaining to the medical admission of HP PG.
February 22, 2020 - The authorities released HP PG medical application form 2020 in online mode
February 22, 2020 - The online sale of the information brochure on the official website of HP, DMER started
Image of the official notice regarding postponement
Effects of COVID-19 outbreak
Following the upsurge of epidemic COVIDE-19 a number of state counselling authorities have postponed the admission process. Not just this, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has also done the same. All this is being done to curb the rapid spread of the virus and encourage social distancing. Also, another reason behind doing the same is to provide everybody a fair chance of participation, which is not possible in the present scenario where a significant number of cities are facing lockdown.
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will neet 2021 date shift.....
At this point in time, we have NEET 2020 schedule. The MHRD has come up with a new schedule for JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and NEET 2020. JEE Main examination will be held between 1st-6th Sept, JEE advanced exam will be held on 27th Sept & NEET examination will be held on 13th Sept. NEET is usually held on the first Sunday of May, every year. But this year due to Corona Pandemic, the schedule has been delayed. And we are not sure when would NEET 2021 might happen because it is still a year away to go. But if you are appearing for NEET, we can help you with your preparation whenever it happens. The MHRD did announce that NEET 2021 will be conducted with reduced and revised syllabus. But the syllabus has not been announced yet. So if you are planning on appearing for NEET 2021, you should stick to NCERT books. And MHRD also did mention that the overall Academic syllabus also will be reduced which means that if you stick to NCERT, you will be able to score good in NEET.So do not wait until the NEET 2021 schedule is released. Start preparing from right away from your NCERT books.
how many marks are required for sc category student to get AIIMS jodhpur in neet 2020?
If you are seeking admission in AIIMS Jodhpur than you should know the fact that this is the first time when AIIMS is going conduct admission on all its 1500 seats through NEET so it is little bit difficult to give you an exact idea of cut-off.
However we can help you according to previous year's data, if you belongs to SC than you should aim the target of 620-630 at least out of 720 marks.
Note that cut-offs are bound to change every year depending upon various factors like number if students appeared for exam, difficulty level of exam and so on.
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if i edit my name in neet application should i edit my uplosded image accordingly eith correct spelling
Yes you can now edit your details and upload new photo in your form.
The correction window facility for neet is open from July 4 to 15 till 5pm.
You can find link and more information for correction through this link.
Also you can directly click this link to go to correction window
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NTA is saying that they will most probably conduct NEET examination twice only in 2021 so it means NEET 2021 aspirant can attempt NEET again if they are not selected in 1st attempt and can apply for government medical College if they are selected in 2nd attempt?
We do not know the source of your information because there is no official update that NTA mentioned that NEET will be conducted twice in 2021. While this has been doing the rounds for couple of years now, it never really happened and so we cannot validate anything about NEET 2021 being conducted twice. For now NEET 2020 has been scheduled for September and NTA's priority will be to complete NEET 2020 maintaining the social distancing and sanitisation rules. We do not have any official information regarding NEET 2021 being conducted twice and so at this point in time. this is all speculative. But if you did come across any source of information that NEET 2021 will be held twice, if you can share it with us, we shall verify the source and check its authenticity for you.
Hello sir/mam; my question is - is minimum 50% in pcb for neet means one have to get more than 50% or only 50% will also be applicable ?? I got 50 in physics; 52 in chemistry; 82 in biology; Am i eligible for neet ??
Hi aspirant !
Yes you are eligible for neet as it is 50% marks required and you have them so yes you are eligible.
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