NEET PG 2020: NBE releases details about Admit Card
NEET PG 2020 will be conducted as a Computer Based Test (CBT) on 5th January next year in a single session at all the test centres.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for entrance to PG medical courses– NEET PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the only gateway for admission to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses across the country. This year, candidates who are vying for admission to DNB Post MBBS will also have to appear for NEET PG 2020.
As per the NBE, no separate DNB CET shall be conducted for admission to DNB Post MBBS (Broad Specialty & Direct 6 Years Superspecialty) Courses.
The NBE has issued the following guidelines for the NEET PG 2020 candidates:
1. Applicant candidates can download their Admit Cards for NEET PG 2020 from website www.nbe.edu.in using their login credential from 31st December 2019 onwards.
2. Candidates are required to paste their latest photograph in the prescribed space in the Admit Card and report to the examination centre within prescribed time along with documents as mentioned in the Admit Card and Information Bulletin.
3. Candidates MUST bring to the test centre the following documents:
A. Printed copy of the Admit Card with Photo of the candidate pasted on it.
B. Any one of the authorized photo IDs (must be original, valid and non-expired)
- PAN Card
- Voters' ID card
- Driving License
- Aadhaar Card (with the photograph)
In case, the candidate reports to the test centre with an e-Aadhaar card with Aadhaar number printed on it as proof of identity, the e-Aadhaar card should be a good quality colour print out with clearly visible photograph. The photograph should not have kinks, scratches and stains, and should definitely match with the candidate presenting the e-Aadhaar card.
The name on the photo identification must match with the name as shown on the Admit Card. If the name has been changed due to events such as marriage, the candidate must show the relevant document mentioned at the time of exam (Marriage Certificate /Divorce Decree /Legal Name Change Document)
C. Photocopy of permanent / provisional SMC / MCI registration.
4. Admit card and candidature is purely provisional and is subject to the fulfilment of eligibility criteria as prescribed in the Information Bulletin for NEET PG 2020.
5. Candidates are advised to go through the detailed Important Instructions for NEET PG 2020
1. Entry to the examination hall without the admit card is not permitted. Admit card can be downloaded using login credentials from NBE website www.nbe.edu.in once live. It is strongly advisable to retain a copy of your admit card for future reference.
2. Please paste a recent passport-sized colour photograph of yours in the box provided in admit card.
3. One of the following valid Govt issued ID proof in ORIGINAL is required to be roduced for entry in the test centre:
- PAN Card
- Voters' ID card
- Driving License
- Aadhaar Card (with photograph)
The name of candidate in Govt issued ID proof and that in admit card must match. If the name has been changed due to events such as marriage; candidate must show the relevant document at the time of exam.
4. Photocopy of Permanent / Provisional SMC/MCI registration, to be submitted at test centre which shall be retained by the test centre. Indian/OCI citizen who have obtained their Primary Medical Qualification outside India and do not have SMC/MCI registration should bring their original FMGE screening test pass certificate issued on NBE letterhead.
5. Foreign Nationals who are desirous to appear in NEET-PG are required to bring their passport (original & valid) to the test centre along with any other documents as a proof of they being a medical practitioner in their country.
6. The candidate is not permitted to make a late entry or exit early from the examination centre. It is strongly advisable to get acquainted with the location of test centre one day in advance to avoid any late coming on the test day. Please reach the test centre at 01:30 PM i.e. the reporting time. Test Centre staff will not allow entry to candidates reporting late i.e. after 3:00 PM.
7. All test centres are under Live CCTV surveillance. Please maintain silence and discipline during the examination. Use of any unfair means or improper conduct will lead to debarment of the candidate from the examination. This may also force appropriate legal action against him/her.
8. Use of all electronic devices, including cell phones, pagers, calculators, pen drives, tablets, is strictly prohibited at the examination venue. Since examination centres do not have a provision for safekeeping of such devices, candidates are advised not to carry them to the examination venue. You must not also carry pens and pencils.
9. To check against possible impersonation, authorities will be verifying the identity and genuineness of a candidate by taking their thumb impression, photograph or by any other means at the examination centre.
10. Should a candidate have any queries / doubts, s/he may please call for the invigilator by raising their hand.
11. Each candidate must follow instructions displayed on the computer screen while taking the examination.
12. List of prohibited items at the test centre:
- Any stationery item like textual material (printed or written), notes, plastic pouch, calculator, pen, writing pad, pen drives, eraser, etc.
- Any electronic device like mobile phone, bluetooth, earphones, microphone, pager, wrist watch/health band, calculator, electronic pen/scanner etc.
- All ornaments like bracelets, ring, earrings, nose-pin, chain/necklace, pendants, necklace with pendants, badge, brooch etc.
- Other items like wallet, goggles, handbags, belt, cap etc.
- Any eatable item opened or packed, soft drinks, water bottle etc.
- Any other item which could be used for unfair means, for hiding communication devices like wireless/bluetooth device, spy camera etc.
No arrangement will be made at the centres for keeping any articles/items belonging to the candidates.
13. Candidates are advised not to be allured or mislead by unscrupulous agents /touts making false and bogus claims of helping any candidate to secure good marks.
NEET PG 2020 EXAM PATTERN
The exam shall be conducted on a single day in a single session
Allocation of time for the NEET-PG 2020 shall be as follows
(3:30 PM to 7:00 PM)
|Allow Candidates to enter the examination centre 01:30 PM and commence Biometric Registration||01:30 PM|
|Entry closes at Examination Center||03:00 PM|
|Grant access for Candidate Login||03:15 PM|
|Candidates log in to read instructions||03:20 PM|
|Exam Start Time||03:30 PM|
|Exam End Time||07:00 PM|
Syllabus: The syllabus for NEET-PG shall comprise of subjects/knowledge areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India with prior approval of Government of India. Kindly refer to the MCI website www.mciindia.org for complete document.
NEET-PG shall be a multiple choice questions exam delivered on computer based platform (CBT).
The examination comprises of 300 Multiple Choices, single correct response questions in English language only. Time allotted is 3hr 30 min. The question paper shall be divided into 3 parts (Part A, B and C) each containing 50, 100, 150 MCQs respectively. The distribution of MCQs in these parts shall be as per para 7.
Negative marking: There shall be 25% negative marking for incorrect answers No marks will be deducted for unattempted questions
Allocation of Marks for each MCQ:
|1||Correct Response||4 marks|
|2||Incorrect Response||1 mark shall be deducted|
During the examination candidates are given an option to mark any question, whether attempted or not, for review which means that candidate has been given an option to go through these questions again before the examination time ends. Candidates may note that such questions which are marked for review shall be evaluated as per the marking scheme indicated above.
SUBJECT-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF QUESTIONS FOR NEET- PG 2020
|S.N.||SUBJECT||SUBJECT WISE WEIGHTAGE|
|8||SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE||25|
|9||GENERAL MEDICINE INCLUDING|
DERMATOLOGY & VENERELOGY & PSYCHIATRY
|10||GENERAL SURGERY INCLUDING ORTHOPEDICS,|
ANAESTHESIA & RADIO DIAGNOSIS
|11||OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY||30|
Note: The syllabus of the above topics shall be as per the latest Graduate Medical Education Regulations notified by the Medical Council of India with prior approval of the Govt. of India. For Graduate Medical Education Regulations please refer www.mciindia.org
*The weightage of MCQs in each specialty is indicative and purely provisional. NBE reserves its rights to alter / modify / amend the same in consultation with MCI / DGHS / MoHFW
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