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Thousands of PG medical students have been waiting for this moment. The National Board of Examinations has issued a tentative timetable for the upcoming Computer-Based Tests. It includes NEET PG 2021, NEET MDS 2021, FMGE Dec 2020 Session, and DNB PDCET 2021. A provisional exam timetable for several medical entrance examinations has been announced by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBE). According to the announcement, the NEET-PG 2021 exam will be held on September 11th. while the NEET-SS 2021 exam will be held on November 13th and 14th.
“Candidates should refer to the relevant bulletins or the NBEMS website for particular examination dates. The official notice reads as the dates provided are simply estimates and is subject to approvals and confirmations.”
The DNB-PDCET 2021 exam will hold on September 19. The NBEMS recruiting test on September 20, and the FET 2021 exam on November 20. The final practical examinations for DNB was to be held in June 2021 but the dates for the session have not yet been set. But the exams are expected to take place in November/December 2021.
The FMGE December 2021 session, as well as the foreign dental screening test 2021, is both planned for December 12. The dates for NEET-MDS 2022, which will be held on December 19, have also been announced by the board.
The official website for same
Candidates can obtain information bulletins, application forms, and other details of these examinations by visiting the board’s official websites. http://www.natboard.edu.in and https://nbe.edu.in.
According to Section 10 (D) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, NEET-PG is a qualifying cum-ranking examination. It prescribes as the single entrance test for admission to various PG/MS and MD Diploma Courses.
Under the Dentists Act, 1948, NEET-MDS is an eligibility-cum-ranking test. Specified as the single entrance examination for admission to various PG MDS Courses.
The DNB-PDCET is a rating exam for admission to various post-diploma DNB programs.
Screening Test Regulation
The Screening Test Regulations of 2002 established the FMGE-Screening Test. “An Indian citizen with a primary medical qualification given by any medical institution outside India,” according to the laws. On or after 15.03.2002, anyone wishing to get temporary or permanent registration with the Medical Council of India. Or any State Medical Council must pass a screening exam administered by the specified authorities in accordance with section 13 of the Act.
NEET PG will be held at 6,102 institutions every year for 10,821 Master of Surgery (MS), 1,979 Postgraduate Diploma seats, and Doctor of Medicine (MD) 19,953. NEET MDS is an assessment for entrance to 6,501 seats at collaborating universities, with 50% AQI and 50% state quotas.
For admission to 1073 seats at 597 hospitals across India in 14 disciplines is hold by DNB PDCET
In June and December, for provisional or permanent registration, FMGE holds twice a year. It is to practice in India with the Medical Council of India (MCI) or any State Medical Council.