NEET SS aspirants must be aware that preparing for super specialization requires a lot of dedication and smart study due to its vast syllabus. We at Team PrepLadder SS understand your concern about following the correct approach to preparing for the exam. 


Thorough and rigorous preparation is an absolute necessity to crack the NEET SS examination. Appearing in the exam without any proper preparation would only lead to unfavourable, disappointing results. As a NEET SS aspirant, you must be aware of the vastness of the syllabus and that you would require a lot of time to cover all the topics. So, it is advisable to start your NEET SS preparation well before the exam.




Is DNB SS equivalent in value to DM/MCH? This is a question that often comes to the mind of every Super Speciality aspirant. However, there are a few differences between the two that is important for you to know.



Becoming Super Specialists is the need of the hour. Due to the rising complexity in diseases and other medical problems, it’s more desirable to seek a specialist than a general practitioner. It has become crucial for doctors to opt for a super speciality degree even after an MD or MS. Medical science is constantly evolving and many super speciality hospitals are taking root, thus, there is a dire need for effective management of medical practices and processes.

 

Here is an important notification for candidates aspiring for DM/MCh courses as PGIMER (Chandigarh) has released the application form and tentative exam dates for January 2019 session.

PrepLadder brings forth this blog to familiarize the DM/MCh aspirants regarding the essential information such as important dates, application procedure, seat matrix etc.