The registrations for NEET PG 2019 began yesterday at 6 PM. Aspirants eagerly waited all day long to start filling the examination forms. As soon as the registration process began, thousands of applicants applied for NEET-PG on day-1.

The exam is scheduled to be conducted on 6th January 2019, and aspirants must complete the registration process on or before November 22, 2018.

NEET-PG 2019 is scheduled to be conducted on 6 January 2019 all over the country. After the release of the exam date, aspirants were eagerly waiting for the registrations to begin.

Online registrations for MD/MS/PG Diploma Courses begins today exactly at 6:00 PM.

We have brought forward this blog to enlighten the applicants regarding important dates and details pertaining to the registration process.

PSM is an important part of Medical PG Entrance exams. Most aspirants find it boring and a vast subject.

In order to simplify your preparations, we approached the famous faculty of PSM, Dr. Vivek Jain to cast some light on the key topics in PSM which will be useful for upcoming PGMEE examinations.


Usually, only 1 question is asked from New Drugs in competitive exams like AIIMS, PGI, NEET. Only JIPMER is one such exam where many questions are asked from this topic.

Pharmacology expert, Dr. Gobind Rai Garg advises doing this topic in the end. He says, if you are not particularly preparing for JIPMER exam, try to do this topic of new drugs only if you have already completed the syllabus of Pharmacology. So, don’t waste your time unless you have completed the basics of Pharmacology.

Pathology includes the understanding of the disease from a functional, biochemical, molecular, cellular, tissue and immunological perspective. It is a diverse subject hence medical aspirants find it difficult to prepare for any PG exam. However, if you really want to clear any PG exam, you cannot ignore this subject at all.