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  • Have Faith in Yourself says PrepLadder Alumni Dr. Karan (PGI Rank 26,  JIPMER Rank 65)

    PrepLadder boasts of its alumni Dr. Karan Gupta for securing Rank 26 in PGI and Rank 65 in JIPMER.

    We congratulate him and wish him best wishes for many successful years ahead in his career.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, he unveils his plan of how he managed to grab such a great achievement and shares some tips so that you too can get your desired seat.

  • A subject read but not revised is as good as not read -says PrepLadder Alumni Dr. Pawan Goel (AIIMS Rank 1/ PGI Rank 7)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Pawan Goel on securing Rank 1 in AIIMS and Rank 7 in PGI. We wish him all the best for his career and future ahead.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, he shares the plan that worked for him to help you get an amazing Rank in AIIMS.

  • Be Calm and Focused, says Dr. Satya (AIR 9 in AIIMS PG and AIR 37 in PGI)

    PrepLadder wishes heartiest congratulations to Dr. Satya Prakash for attaining AIR 9 in AIIMS PG and AIR 37 in PGI.

    We wish Dr. Satya Prakash all the very best for his successful career and future ahead.

    In this interview with PrepLadder he shares tips on how you can achieve your dream seat too.

  • Clarity of concepts and revision is essential - says Dr. Meghashyam (AIIMS Rank 17/ PGI Rank 3)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Meghashyam on securing AIIMS Rank 17 and PGI Rank 3 in the May 2017 exam. We wish him all the best for his career and future ahead.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, he shares the plan that worked for him in order to help you achieve this too.

  • Dedication, hard-work and perseverance is required to succeed - says Dr. Akshaya (PGI Rank 8/ JIPMER Rank 7)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Akshaya on achieving PGI Rank 8/ JIPMER Rank 7. We wish her all the best for her career and future ahead.

    Dr. Akshaya took daily tests and subject tests which were short and refreshing during her preparation.

  • Effective Schedule to Prepare for NEET-PG

    It is the need of hour to commence your preparation with an effective schedule to crack NEET-PG when days are already numbered. While many of you must be putting in a lot of efforts, but smart study plan is like an icing on the cake.

  • Everything you need to know about MDS in PGIMER Chandigarh

    Everything you need to know about MDS in PGIMER Chandigarh

    MDS/House Job Course at PGI, Chandigarh is one of the most sought after options amongst the MDS Aspirants since it provides the opportunity to earn while studying. 

    This article will acquaint you with important details pertaining to MDS (House Job Course) such as Eligibility details, fee structure, etc.

  • Great ranks are possible with calculated risks, says Dr. Sathya (PGIMER Rank 2)

    Hard work pays off and Dr. Sathya Sagar has proved this by achieving an unbelievable feat in PGIMER entrance exam. PrepLadder wishes him heartiest congratulations for the same.

  • How to answer Clinical questions in PG entrance exams?

    How to answer Clinical questions in PG entrance exams?

    Clinical questions test you on how well you can apply your knowledge gained from studying books in a clinical scenario.

    They are very different from a one liners question in many ways.

    With the application of NEET PG you can expect to see a lot more clinical questions in exam than previous years.

  • How to prepare for the PG entrance exam: Tips by Dr. Gobind Rai Garg

    We asked Dr. Gobind Rai Garg the most common question we receive "How to prepare for the PG entrance exam?"

    In this blog Dr Gobind shares his tips and experience with PG aspirants. He started by saying, “ I feel that the study strategy should be individualized and it varies from person to person”.

  • How to Prepare PSM for Medical PG Entrance Exams | PrepLadder

    How to Prepare PSM for Medical PG Entrance exams

    PSM is an important part of Medical PG Entrance.

    Most aspirants find PSM(or SPM or CPM or Community medicine) very boring and very vast.

    Our experts have devised this article which will cast light on the important topics of PSM for Medical PG Entrance and help you develop some interest in the subject.

  • Important Topics in Microbiology for NEET-PG by Dr. Sonu Panwar

    Microbiology is considered as one of the toughest and most scoring subject from Medical PG Entrance Exams perspective. It yields a high weightage in the exams. According to the recent official subject-wise marks distribution for NEET-PG, around 20 MCQ’s are expected from this subject.

    With a view to make your preparations more effective, we approached the famous faculty of Microbiology, Dr. Sonu Panwar to highlight important topics which are likely expected to be there in exam.

    Dr. Panwar has himself prepared the list of the important topics mentioned below and has advised all of you to be thorough with these topics.

  • Job Opening at PGIMER for Dentists

    In today’s era, everybody wants to fit them in Government job because a career in Government department is thought to be safe and rewarding. Team PrepLadder would never overlook any information and always keep you updated with all the recent openings. Here’s a  good news for dental aspirants who want to be a part of PGI.

  • Medical PG Entrance Exams 2020-21 Exam Calendar

    Every Medical PG aspirant targets the major 4 entrance exams (NEET-PG, JIPMER, AIIMS, PGI) every year.  These exams are held twice in a year i.e in the month of June and December.

    Students are always curious to know the dates of these exams so that they can plan their preparation accordingly.

    So, here are we to reduce your anxiety about the entrance exam dates for 2020-21 session. We have gathered the exam dates for all the major exams for 2020-21 session at one place so that you don’t waste time searching for them.

  • PGI Jan'17 result declared.

    The results of the PGIMER January 2017 session have been announced on November 21st 2016.

    Applicants who appeared in PGIMER January 2017 admissions exam can check their results here:

  • PGIMER MD/MS Admission: Counselling Schedule Released (2017-2018)

    Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh is considered as one of the most desirous institute for Medical students as this institute provides highly skillful educational facilities with self-sufficiency in post graduate medical education.

  • PGIMER MD/MS July 2017 Online Registration Open, Apply Now

    Here is an important news for MBBS Doctors seeking admission to MD/MS program through PGIMER Entrance for July 2017 session.

    Online Registration for MD/MS July 2017 session has now begun.

    This blog will update you with the important dates regarding PGIMER MD/MS Entrance for July 2017 session.

  • PGIMER MDS/House Job July 2017 Session Details

    Here is some important piece of news for all Dentists aspiring to seek admission to MDS/House Job program through PGIMER MDS/House Job Entrance for July 2017 session.

    Online Registrations for MDS/House Job program have begun.

  • Repetition lies at the heart of mastery - says Dr. Mohsin Raj Mantoo (AIIMS Rank 16/ PGI Rank 11)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Mohsin Raj Mantoo on securing Rank 16 in AIIMS and PGI Rank 11. We wish him all the best for his career and future ahead.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, he shares tips on revision and approach that worked for him to clear AIIMS PG Exam.

  • Sample study plan for Post graduate medical entrance exams preparation

     

    Sample study plan for Post graduate medical entrance exams preparation

    Whether your target is AIPGMEE, DNB-CET, AIIMS PG or PGI, you have to work hard to achieve success, because all these exams are very competitive.

    But how much time and hard work is enough?

    The answer is that it depends from person to person. But according to most of our alumni who’ve had success in previous year’s PGMEE’s you need around 8 months to ace the exam.

    5-6 months for studying and 2-3 months for revision and practice.

    Here we have made some assumptions on how much time you should give to each subject while studying, you might give more or less time to a subject depending on your strength and weakness in that particular subject.