Everything we know about NEET PG 2017 till now

Since a lot of information (and rumors) are floating about NEET PG many candidates are confused.

We understand how something like this can affect your preparation.

So we at PrepLadder have decided to put all the confusion to rest, once and for all.

All your doubts about NEET PG answered.

Medical Education has gone through a series of turmoils ever since the Supreme court’s decision on National Eligibility cum Entrance test (NEET) came out on 9th May,2016.

PrepLadder talked to Prof. Dr. Bipin Batra (Executive Director, NBE) to get some clarity on the rumours about NEET PG that are currently doing rounds.

This article will clear all your doubts regarding issues pertaining to NEET for UG, PG and Super- Speciality Courses.

Centre plans exit exam for MBBS Students

The Government is considering instituting an exit examination for MBBS students passing out from Government and Private Medical colleges. This decision has come in the wake of recommendations from the Medical Council of India (MCI) and parliamentary standing committee on health and family welfare.

High Court lashes out at UP doctors, orders them to pay for patients’ deaths during strike

Following a recent four - day strike by King George’s Medical University junior residents, Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court on Friday ordered that the Doctors at K.G.M.U. will be penalized for their recent four-day strike which caused harassment to hundreds of patients and said that they would have to pay Rs.25 lacs compensation each to families who lost their dear ones owing to negligence.

 How to attempt 300 questions in 210 minutes in NEET PG?

With only limited seats in top Medical Colleges, it is not only important to merely qualify PG exams but also important to score high.

Marks in NEET PG will be released up to 4 places of decimals and getting 1 extra question right can improve your rank by hundreds.

This makes time management in NEET PG very important as it can make or break your chances of getting a PG seat.

Solving 300 questions in 210 minutes is a very difficult task. You need regular practice to achieve this.