NEET PG 2021 postponed, new date soon: NEET PG aspirants happy, here’s what experts have to say

 



The coronavirus pandemic already had a devastating impact on the academic calendar. The NEET PG 2021 which was scheduled to be held on April 18, has been postponed for the time being, in view of the rising Covid-19 cases. The revised date of NEET PG 2021 exam will be announced later.

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FMGs SHOULD ALSO GET STATE QUOTA IN NEET PG COUNSELLING: SAYS EXPERT

 

Medical Council of India (MCI) Screening Exam which is also known as MCI Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) is a qualifying exam conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE) in India. Indian students who completed MBBS abroad in countries like Russia, China, Philippines, Georgia, Kirgizstan, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Bangladesh & other foreign countries must clear MCI Exam for Foreign Medical Graduates to get the license to practice in India.

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No change in NEET UG 2021 exam pattern: All you need to know

 

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG is a national level entrance test conducted every year in an offline mode to facilitate admissions to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSc and AH seats across India.

As per reports, NEET 2021 for admission to medical colleges will have no changes this year.

Earlier, education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the authorities are mulling over conducting NEET 2021 twice a year in online mode.

The ministry of education wanted the medical entrance exam to be held more than once a year and on computers, but a consensus could not be reached with the ministry of health on time.

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How changes in NEET PG 2021 exam pattern will affect students

NEET PG 2021: The National Board of Examination (NBE) has introduced major changes in the NEET PG exam this time. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation is held for admission to various MD (Doctor of Medicine)/MS (Master in Surgery) and PG diploma courses. The exam is scheduled to be held on April 18 and the application process will be closed on March 15. The candidates can apply at natboard.edu.in.

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NEET PG 2021 exam pattern changes; Read what experts have to say

NEW DELHI: The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has commenced the process of NEET PG 2021 registration at nbe.edu.in from February 23. Many aspirants were relieved with the release of NEET PG 2021 exam application form. However, what came as a shock to students was an unexpected change in the exam pattern of NEET PG 2021. The authorities have reduced the number of questions asked in the NEET exam. Earlier, 300 questions divided under three sections were asked in the exam. However, for the 2021 session there will be only 200 objective questions in the NEET PG question paper. 

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CHANGES IN NEET PG 2021 PATTERN: DOCTORS UNDER PRESSURE

February 2021: The coronavirus pandemic already had a devastating impact on the academic calendar. Further to that, all competitive examinations like NEET, JEE, etc were delayed. 
NEET PG is a national-level entrance exam conducted once a year in online mode for postgraduate admission to medical colleges in the country. 
Although, the official announcement in regards to NEET PG 2021 dates have been made. NEET PG 2021 is to be held on 1000 Apri1,2021 which is delayed by three months. The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has commenced the registration process for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG 2021 on its official website from 23. February, 2021 and will be available till March 15. Candidates seeking admission to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses offered by medical colleges/institutes must complete the registration within the stipulated date. 

 

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‘Stay calm and focused’

The constant postponement and delay have put the candidates in a tough spot. The main reason for stress of the aspirants is that NEET PG 2020 was taken late. The counseling of the NEET PG 2020 was done till last week of September. So, the students got less time for studying and they were also burdened with the pressure of the pandemic. The preparation time students have got was also less. The reason behind the mental pressure is jobs, pandemic and delay in the examination but the positive thing is that the aspirants have got extra time for their preparation.

Commenting on this Gaurav Tyagi, Founder — Career Xpert said: “Students should stay calm and focus on the syllabus they have command on. They should once go through the previous year exam papers and also the guidelines of the exams. My best wishes to all the aspirants.”

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Delay in NEET PG dates: Here's why it is opportunity for some but pressure for others

 

The aspirants who give NEET PG work somewhere either as interns or juniors. The preparation time students have got was also less. The reason behind the mental pressure of the students is job pressure, pandemic and delay in the examination but the positive thing is that the aspirants have got extra three months for their preparation.

Commenting on this Gaurav Tyagi, Founder- Career Xpert said, "Students should stay calm and focus on the syllabus they have command on. They should once go through the previous year exam papers and also the guidelines of the exams. My best wishes to all the aspirants."

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Education Sector's Reaction On Union Budget 2021-22

''The budget presented by the honourable Finance Minister tried to address many facets of the educational sector. The government’s decision to strengthen school education with the implementation of the National Education Policy across 15,000 schools despite the hurdles owing to the COVID-19 pandemic shows clear intent. The budget emphasized the recent trend of tinkering at the edges of the problems that confront the Indian Education System. The Finance Minister announced the strengthening of more than 15,000 schools, starting 750 Eklavya schools and 100 new Sainik schools which will have a great impact on the school education. 

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Delay in NEET date can impact admissions: Gaurav Tyagi, founder, Career Xpert

he Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the academic calendar, and competitive examinations such as NEET (for medical) and JEE (for engineering) have gotten delayed; NEET is the gateway to medical courses in top government/private colleges of the country.

Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank recently said that announcement on the medical entrance exam date could be made in the next 10-15 days.

However, postponing the NEET dates can have serious repercussions on the admissions process as well as careers of many students, said Gaurav Tyagi, founder of Career Xpert.

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NEET 2021: Here's how continuous delay in NEET exam date can impact admission process

 

The Coronavirus pandemic already had a devastating impact on the academic calendar. Further to that, all competitive examinations like NEET, JEE, etc. were delayed - in turn affecting the admissions to undergraduate courses.

NEET is one of the most popular medical exams in India as it is a gateway to the medical courses in the top government/ private medical colleges of the country.

How can delay in NEET impact admission process?

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, 85-90 percent of 15.97 lakh candidates appeared for NEET 2020 exam. NEET PG is conducted every year for 10,821 Master of Surgery (MS), 19,953 Doctor of Medicine (MD), and 1,979 PG Diploma seats at 6,102 institutions. NEET MDS is conducted for admission to 6,501 seats - 50 percent all India quota (AIQ) and 50 percent state quota - in participating institutions.

 

Commenting on this Gaurav Tyagi, Founder-Career Xpert said," The consequences of postponing the NEET dates can have serious repercussions on the admission process as well as careers of many students."

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CONTINUOUS DELAY IN NEET EXAMS DATE CAN IMPACT ADMISSION PROCESS

 

NEET is one of the most popular medical exams in India as it is a gateway to the medical courses in the top government/ private medical colleges of the country.

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 85-90 percent of 15.97 lakh candidates appeared for NEET 2020 exam. NEET PG is conducted every year for 10,821 Master of Surgery (MS), 19,953 Doctor of Medicine (MD) and 1,979 PG Diploma seats at 6,102 institutions. NEET MDS is conducted for admission to 6,501 seats - 50 per cent all India quota (AIQ) and 50 per cent state quota - in participating institutions. The next step after the release of the answer key and the declaration of results is the admission process. NEET exams will be conducted twice amid the pandemic as the dates are getting delayed keeping in mind the concern of the students.

 

On this Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank recently said, “An announcement on the medical entrance exam date could be made in the next 10-15 days.”

 

Commenting on this Mr. Gaurav Tyagi, Founder-Career Xpert said, ”The consequences of postponing the NEET dates can have serious repercussions on the admission process as well as careers of many students. With NEET being the only way to MBBS and BDS courses in India, cancelling or postponing an examination with such a large participating population will have a huge impact. Already, the exams are delayed by 11 months which is having a devastating impact on the overall process.

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CONTINUOUS DELAY IN NEET EXAMS DATE CAN IMPACT ADMISSION PROCESS

Commenting on this Mr. Gaurav Tyagi, Founder-Career Xpert said, ”The consequences of postponing the NEET dates can have serious repercussions on the admission process as well as careers of many students. With NEET being the only way to MBBS and BDS courses in India, cancelling or postponing an examination with such large participating population will have a huge impact. Already, the exams are delayed by 11 months which is having devasting impact on overall process.

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Education Sector Pre-budget Expectations

Gaurav Tyagi, Founder, Career Xpert

"The biggest challenge the healthcare sector/industry is facing currently is the shortage of skilled medical workforce. Our country needs more MBBS, MS and MD medical post-graduates and well-equipped hospitals and colleges. The government should allot funds for medical education in rural areas. The health facilities should be improved in rural areas with qualified doctors and better equipment. The special allowances should also be provided to the doctors and their paramedical staff. The health scheme for children should be launched by the government that should especially focus on paramedical courses. New courses should be started in the existing government colleges. There needs to be a system where we can focus on skilling and upgrading medical workforce skills in the needed geographies. In order to achieve this, major reforms are needed."

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CONTINUOUS DELAY IN NEET EXAMS DATE CAN IMPACT ADMISSION PROCESS

 

January 2020: The coronavirus pandemic already had a devastating impact on the academic calendar. Further to that, all competitive examinations like NEET, JEE etc. were delayed – in turn affecting the admissions to undergraduate courses.

NEET is one of the most popular medical exams in India as it is a gateway to the medical courses in the top government/ private medical colleges of the country.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 85-90 percent of 15.97 lakh candidates appeared for NEET 2020 exam. NEET PG is conducted every year for 10,821 Master of Surgery (MS), 19,953 Doctor of Medicine (MD) and 1,979 PG Diploma seats at 6,102 institutions. NEET MDS is conducted for admission to 6,501 seats – 50 per cent all India quota (AIQ) and 50 per cent state quota – in participating institutions. The next step after the release of the answer key and the declaration of results is the admission process. NEET exams will be conducted twice amid the pandemic as the dates are getting delayed keeping in mind the concern of the students.

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NEET 2021: Here's how continuous delay in NEET exam date can impact admission process

The coronavirus pandemic already had a devastating impact on the academic calendar. Further to that, all competitive examinations like NEET, JEE, etc. were delayed - in turn affecting the admissions to undergraduate courses.

NEET is one of the most popular medical exams in India as it is a gateway to the medical courses in the top government/ private medical colleges of the country.

Read More