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NEET SS 2019: Check out Feeder Qualifications


NEET SS 2019: Check out Feeder Qualifications

Intending to pursue Super Speciality Course, check out Feeder Qualifications for NEET SS 2019

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Super Speciality courses, NEET SS is the gateway to DM and MCh courses in the country.

The Online submission of application form for NEET SS 2019 has begun from 8th May 2019 from 3:00 PM onwards. Online applications can be accessed and completed till 11:55 PM on 28th May 2019.

As stated by the National Board of Examinations (NBE), NEET SS 2019 shall be the single eligibility cum entrance examination for admission to Super Specialty Courses for the academic session 2019 which will include the following:

i. All DM/MCh Courses in the country including all Private Medical Colleges/Institutions/Universities/Deemed Universities.

ii. All DM/MCh courses at Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions.

Since there is a requirement of prior qualifications to be fulfilled as stipulated by the Medical Council of India (MCI), the candidates need to update themselves with the feeder qualifications in order to apply for NEET SS.

Below mentioned are the names of the SS courses with courses’ type as in DM or MCh along with Prior Requirement as per PG Medical Education Regulations, 2000 notified by MCI

S.No.

 

 

1.

Name of Super Specialty Course

 

 

Cardiac Anaesthesia

Course Type

 

 

DM

Prior Requirement as per PG Medical Education Regulations, 2000 notified by MCI

MD/DNB (Anaesthesia)

2. Cardiology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
MD/DNB(Respiratory Medicine)
3. Clinical Haematology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
MD/DNB (Biochemistry)
MD/DNB (Pathology)
4. Clinical Immunology & Rheumatology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine) MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
5. Clinical Pharmacology DM MD/DNB (Pharmacology)
6. Critical Care Medicine DM MD/DNB (Emergency Medicine)
MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Respiratory Medicine)
MD/DNB (Anaesthesia)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
7. Endocrinology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
8. Gastroenterology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
9. Geriatric Mental Health DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Psychiatry)
10. Hepatology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
11. Infectious Disease  

DM

 

MD/DNB (General Medicine)

MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
MD/DNB (Respiratory Medicine)
MD (Tropical Medicine)
12. Medical Genetics DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/MS/DNB (Obst. & Gynae)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
13. Medical Oncology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MS/DNB (Radiation Oncology)
14. Neonatology DM MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
15. Nephrology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
16. Neuro Radiology DM MD/DNB (Radio-Diagnosis)
17. Interventional Radiology DM MD/DNB (Radio diagnosis)
18. Neurology DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
19. Onco-Pathology DM MD/DNB (Pathology)
20. Organ Transplant Anaesthesia & Critical Care DM MD/DNB (Anaesthesia)
21. Paediatric and Neonatal Anaesthesia DM MD/DNB (Anaesthesia)
22. Paediatric Hepatology DM MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
23. Paediatric Nephrology DM MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
24. Paediatric Oncology DM MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
25. Paediatric Cardiology DM MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
26. Paediatric Gastroenterology DM MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
27. Pulmonary Medicine DM MD/DNB (General Medicine)
MD/DNB (Paediatrics)
MD/DNB (Respiratory Medicine)
28. Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
29. Endocrine Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
30. Gynaecological Oncology MCh MD/MS/DNB (Obst. & Gynae)
31. Hand Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
MS/DNB (Orthopaedics)
MCh /DNB Plastic Surgery)
32. Head and Neck Surgery MCh MS/DNB (ENT)
MS/DNB (General Surgery)
33. Hepato Pancreato Biliary Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
34. Neurosurgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
35. Paediatric Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
36. Paediatric Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
37. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
38. Reproductive Medicine & Surgery MCh MD/MS/DNB (Obst. & Gynae)
39. Surgical Gastroenterology/

G.I. Surgery

MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
40. Surgical Oncology MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
41. Thoracic Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
42. Urology/Genito-Urinary Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
43. Vascular Surgery MCh MS/DNB (General Surgery)
  • It is hereby clarified that the prior entry qualifications shall be strictly in accordance with PGME Regulations, 2000 and its amendments notified by MCI and any clarification from MCI in this regard.
  • Candidates are advised to refer to MCI website for the latest information regarding Institutes offering DM/MCh courses and availability of seats.

Important Dates

1 Availability of Information Bulletin 8 May, 2019 onwards
2 Online submission of application form 8 May to 28 May, 2019
3 Deficiency in application form will be communicated to the candidates by 13th june, 2019
4 Last date of submission of deficient documents 16th June, 2019
5 Date of Issue of Admit Card 21 June, 2019
6 Examination Date 28 June, 2019
7 Declaration of Result by 15 July, 2019

For all details about NEET SS 2019, check out the page of National Board of Examinations at Medical Dialogues.

Corrigendum: Medical Dialogues had earlier reported the NEET SS 2019 Examination date as 29, June 2019. Its right date is 28 June 2019 which has now been corrected.



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  1. MD respiratory Medicine eligible for DM cardio weird logic ?

  2. This is INDIA everything is decided as per politics.Pathologist is the best person to study dm clinical haematology .md medicine does not even know how to see a patho slide properly. 6 months getting trained in the clinical curriculum is enough for someone to get into clinical speciality. A surgeon should never be pointed for any mistake if he has cut and closed everything correctly as other things happen only due to medicine problems so a physician must be held responsible for everything.( This will be seen in future). This bhelpuri can be seen only in INDIA .Get anyone on the seat ,change any council ,nonsense will always be happening in this country.The most funniest part paediatrics allowed for adult superspecialities. JAI HIND

  3. MD or DNB Pediatrics should not be allowed as feeder qualifications for adult cardiology, nephrology, neurology and endocrinology, since training during pediatrics doesn\’t cover adult medicine… internal medicine is a vast specialty, and pediatricians with absolutely no knowledge of adult medicine shouldn\’t be allowed for adult super specialty..it\’s dangerous for patients and injustice to internal medicine doctors