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NEET PG 2021 Application Form & Exam

Feb 23, 2021 by Admin
NEET PG 2021 Application Form & Exam

According to the latest update, the NEET PG exam date is declared by the conducting authority, i.e., by NBE. NEET PG entrance test is mainly for getting admissions for Post-graduation programs in any country's institutions. These exam scores are accepted in most of the institutions in India. The application forms for this exam are open now. The NEET PG exam is for both testing the eligibility and entrance exam for the academic year 2021. The exam board will give out further details of the examination on the website itself. Recently, NBE has also released the exam date, i.e., 18th April 2021. All the interested candidates willing to take up NEET PG will submit their application forms by March 15, 2021. 

NEET PG exam scores will be accepted for getting admissions for programs like MS, Diploma, MS, and Post-graduation courses. Candidates can fill the form online on the authentic website of NBE.     

This entrance exam will be conducted in online mode (CBT method), and the exam pattern has three parts, including all the many significant subjects. According to the schedule, the exam is on April 18, 2021, and the same result will be announced by the end of May month.  


Exam events


Registration openings

23 Feb 2021

Close of applications

15 March 2021

Admit cards Availability

In March or April (before 18th) 2021

Exam Date

18 April 2021

Result Announcement

31 May 2021

The qualification of candidates to apply for NEET PG is to submit their certificate of completing MBBS (permanent or provisional) given by the MCI (Medical Council of India). The willing applicants must have also completed their one-year internship program by the end of June 2021. NEET PG exam is a national-level medical exam that will happen every year. According to the previous records- there are 10,821. MS applicants, 19,953 applicants for MD, and approx. 1,979 PG Diploma every year at more than 6,000 + institutions in the country. According to the NEET MDS seat allocation, there are more than 6,501 seats under which 50 percent as state quota for all the participating medical institutions.