Through a written reply to Rajya Sabha, Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare stated that in 2017, over 5,800 new PG medical seats have been added in Government Medical Colleges, and about 13,004 new MBBS seats have been added in the last three years.
Through official public notifications, NBE has announced that it will release additional test centres for NEET PG 2018 entrance exam for those cities whose available seats have already been filled. Candidates can check here complete details on how to fill NEET PG application form 2018 in case no sea..
Through an official notification, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has made major changes to NEET PG 2018 examination schedule, marking scheme and application requirements. Candidates are advised to carefully go through these changes and update themselves to better prepare for the NEET PG en..
The Union Health Ministry in consultation with Medical Council of India has reduced the qualifying marks, i.e., for NEET PG cut off by 7.5 percentile, to be applicable for 2017 academic year, only. Click here to know more.
More than 4000 medical seats will be added by the Government in medical colleges and hospitals for admissions through NEET PG for the academic year 2017-18.
AP requested Centre to reduce the qualifying scores for the NEET-PG in all categories to enable qualification of more students from the state
Medical students in India might have to clear a National Exit Test (NEXT) after MBBS to be able to practice medicine in the country, if a draft Indian Medical Council(Amendment) Bill 2016 proposed by the health ministry comes into force.
National Exit Test (NEXT) is likely to replace the existing PG medical entrance examination-NEET PG for admission to MD, MS and PG Diploma courses across medical institutions in India. Read more on NEXT from this page.