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DNB PDCET is a mandatory Eligibility cum qualifying examination which serves as the gateway for admission to various Post Diploma (Secondary) DNB Courses.

Appearance in DNB PDCET is a mandatory pre-requisite for admission to Post Diploma DNB 2-years Course.

 

DNB PDCET: Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants who have qualified the final examination leading to the award of Post Graduate Diploma from a recognized Indian University, i.e. having qualified/likely to pass the final examinations for Post Graduate Diploma on or prior to 31st December 2016 are eligible to apply for PDCET in the same Broad Speciality.
  • Applicants must also have finished their 2 years of Post Diploma Training on or prior to 31st December 2016.
  • Candidates already pursuing MD/MS/DNB course are ineligible to appear for DNB PDCET January 2017 session.

 

DNB PDCET: Scheme of Examination 

DNB PDCET Exam Pattern

Mode of Exam

Computer Based Test (Online)

Medium of PDCET exam

English

Total No. of Questions

300

Negative Marking

No Negative Marking

Pattern of PDCET exam

Multiple-Choice with Single Correct Response

Marks awarded per correct answer

1 Mark

DNB PDCET Exam Duration

3 Hours

 

Subject-Wise Marks Distribution for DNB PDCET

Here are the details of the Subject-Wise Marks Distribution for DNB PDCET:

S.NO.

Speciality

No. of Questions

1.      

Human Biology

(Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry)

50

2.      

Applied Pathology, Microbiology and Pharmacology

50

3.      

Medicine and Allied Sciences

50

4.      

Surgery and Allied Sciences

50

5.      

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

50

6.      

Community Medicine including Basic Statistic and Research Methodology

50

Total

300

 

DNB PDCET: Important Dates

Event

Date 

Date of Commencing of Online Registrations for DNB PDCET January 2017 session

26th September 2016

Closing Date of Online Registrations for DNB PDCET January 2017

31st October 2016

DNB PDCET Exam Date

29th November 2016

 

DNB PDCET January 2017: Registration Procedure

To register for DNB PDCET visit: http://www.pdcet.natboard.edu.in

The Registration Procedure for DNB PDCET January 2017 session is divided into 3 steps:

  • Creating a Profile: Applicant is required to visit the official website and create a profile by providing all the personal details. Further, applicant has to create a login by providing valid username and password.
  • Fill DNB PDCET Application Form: Next, the applicant will have to login using the username and password and fill the registration/application form by providing all the relevant details. Applicant is also furnished with the option to select the Test Centre as per their convenience through the Registration & Scheduling system.
  • Submit Application Fee: Next, the applicant will have to pay the Application Fee through the Online Mode – either through Net Banking or Credit/Debit Card.

 

DNB PDCET Application Fee

Applicant will have to pay an application fee of Rs. 4500 through the online mode.

Candidates must note that the application fee will not be refunded or carried forward in case the candidate’s application is rejected or candidature is found to be ineligible.

 

DNB PDCET: Admit Card

After successful completion of the Registration & Scheduling procedure, Admit Card will be delivered to the Applicant on the Registered E-Mail Id.

Applicant will have to take a Hard copy/print out of the Admit Card and paste a passport size photograph according to the specifications.

 

DNB PDCET: Documents to be taken to the Exam Venue

Applicants will be required to carry the following documents to the exam venue:

List of Documents 

S.NO.

Document Name

1.     

Hard Copy of Admit Card with Photograph Affixed

2.     

Xerox Copy of Provisional/Permanent MCI/SMC Registration

3.     

1 of the following Id Proofs:

Voter Card

Aadhar Card

Driving License

Passport

PAN Card

  

DNB PDCET: Test Centres

Here is a list of Test Centres for DNB PDCET:

S.NO.

Test City

S.NO.

Test City

1.      

Ahmedabad

22.

Lucknow

2.      

Aurangabad

32.

Mangalore

3.      

Bangalore

23.

Bardoli (Surat)

4.      

Bhopal

24.

Pune

5.      

Bhubaneswar

25.

Raipur

6.      

Chandigarh

26.

Ranchi

7.      

Chennai

27.

Trivandrum

8.      

Cochin

28.

Udaipur

9.      

Coimbatore

29.

Varanasi

10.   

Dehradun

30.

Durgapur

11.   

Greater Noida

33.

Trichy

12.   

Gurgaon

34.

Vijayawada

13.   

Guwahati

35.

Visakhapatnam

14.   

Hyderabad

36.

Gandhinagar

15.   

Indore

37.

Goa

16.   

Mumbai

38.

Jaipur

17.   

Mysore

31.

Kozikhode

18.   

Nagpur

39.

Jammu

19.   

Navi Mumbai

40.

Jamshedpur

20.   

New Delhi

41.

Kolkata

21.   

Noida

 

 

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