NEET-PG exam to be conducted by National Board of Examinations in 2013, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test

Published On: 02 Feb 2012

 | Last Updated On: 17 Nov 2012

The first ever National Eligibility Entrance Test for post graduate admissions (NEET-PG) will be conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) in 2013. As per the earlier notification, NEET-PG was scheduled to be held on January 8, 2012 but due to a number of reasons NEET-PG has been postponed to 2013. For reading more on postponement of NEET, click on the links below:

National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), a single national level entrance test for admissions to MBBS and dental undergraduate courses in all medical colleges of India will not be held in 2012. Central Board of Secondary education (CBSE) has withdrawn its proposal from the Supreme Court on January 9, 2012. (Read more…

After stalling FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in retail, Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of Bengal has now demanded for deferment of common National-Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2012 for all MBBS as well as dental undergraduate programs in medical colleges across India. (Read more…)

After a more than weeklong drama in Karnataka over NEET, a common exam conducted by MCI (Medical Council of India) for admission in all medical colleges in the country, the state has finally decided not to participate in the NEET exam. (Read more…

Earlier, Medical Council of India (MCI) had asked AIIMS to conduct NEET-PG in 2012 but due to lack of proper infrastructure and human resources, the institute had refused to conduct the exam.

Ramesh Chandra Deka, Director and Chief Executive Officer of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) completely slammed MCI for trying to conduct a single National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS admissions at various government and private medical colleges across the country. (Read more…)

NEET-PG will provide admission to various MS and MD courses for the academic session 2013. NEET-UG exam has been deferred to 2013.

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