NEET PG 2021: NBE Announces Provisional Schedule for NEET PG, MDS and other Entrances, Check Exam Dates

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In a notice released by the National Board of Examination on September 16, 2020, a provisional schedule for the upcoming computer-based examinations was released. These exams include FMGE 2020, NEET MDS 2021, NEET PG 2021, DNB PDCET 2021. 

Students can check the provisional schedule for the upcoming exams on the official website

Provisional Schedule for NBE Examinations

ExamProvisional Date of Examination
Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) 2020 (December session)December 4, 2020
Master of Dental Surgery (NEET MDS) 2021December 16, 2020
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation (NEET PG) 2021January 10, 2021
DNB Post Diploma Centralised Entrance Test (PDCET) 2021January 28, 2021

All the required information and application forms for the above-mentioned examinations will be published on the official website of NBE in due course of time. 

Provisional Schedule for NBE Entrances

Foreign Medical Graduates Examination or FMGE is an entrance conducted twice a year- June and December for foreign medical graduates to obtain a provisional or permanent registration with MCI or State Medical Council to practice in India. 

Read FMGE 2020: Result for June Session Announced, Check Details Here

NBE conducts DNB Post Diploma Centralised Entrance Test for admission to 1,073 seats for 14 specialties in 597 hospitals in India. 

NEET PG is conducted for admission to 10,821 MS seats, 19,953 MD seats and 1,9709 PG Diploma seats offered by 6,102 government, private, Deemed and Central universities. On the basis of NEET MDS, a total of 6,501 seats are offered for admission to 50% All India Quota and 50% state quota. Check NEET MDS 2021 Eligibility 

It is expected that NBE would be conducting the CBT exam keeping in mind the previous year’s exam pattern in mind. Students will have to answer 300 MCQs within 3 hours and 30 minutes. NEET PG 2020 Exam Pattern would include 3 sections. 4 marks would be given for each correct answer while 1 mark would be deducted for each incorrect answer. 

Candidates are advised to regularly visit the official website for further information regarding these entrances.