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NEET PG: December 13 Supreme Court Official Records

Official Proceeding and Interim order by supreme court in the case MCI vs Others(AP,TN,Private Colleges & Minority Institutions) on December 13 2012 ( 13-12-12)

PART-HEARD
ITEM NOS.4 & 5 COURT NO.1 SECTION XVIA
SUPREME C O U R T O F I N D I A RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
TRANSFERRED CASE (CIVIL) NO.101 OF 2012
A.P.PVT.MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGE MGT.ASS
VERSUS
DR.N.T.R.UNIV.OF HEALTH SCIENCES & ANR.
(With appln(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) No.100 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) No.102 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) No.103 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Petitioner(s)
Respondent(s)
Writ Petition (C) No.480 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No.104 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) No.105 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Writ Petition (C) No.468 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for directions and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.467 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No.107 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) No.108 of 2012
Writ Petition (C) No.481 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay, exemption from filing O.T.
and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.464 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay, impleadment as party respondent
and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No……./2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1534 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay)
…2/-

Transferred Case (C) No.110 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) Nos.132-134 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) Nos.117-118 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) Nos.115-116 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) Nos.125-127 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) Nos.113-114 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) Nos.128-130 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) Nos.121-122 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) No.112 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) No.131 of 2012
Transferred Case (C) Nos.123-124 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) No.111 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) No.120 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
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Transferred Case (C) No……./2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1524 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1527 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay, directions and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1532 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay)
Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1535 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1533 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay, direction and office report)
…3/-

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Transferred Case (C) No.119 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) Nos.135-137 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for impleadment)
Transferred Case (C) Nos.138-139 of 2012
Transfer Petition (C) No.1446 of 2012
(With office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1447 of 2012
(With office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.511 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.512 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.514 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.516 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.519 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.535 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1588 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No.142/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.364 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.483 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay, permission to file additional
documents and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.501 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.502 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
…4/-

Writ Petition (C) No.504 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Writ Petition (C) No.507 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No……./2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1572 of 2012
Transfer Petition (C) No.1644 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1645 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1647 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1653 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1654 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1656 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transfer Petition (C) No.1658 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for ex-parte stay and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No.98 of 2012
(with appln.(s) for interim relief, intervention, impleadment
and office report)
Transferred Case (C) No.99 of 2012
(with appln.(s) for interim relief, impleadment and office
report)
Writ Petition (C) No.478 of 2012
(With appln.(s) for permission to file synopsis and list of
dates, stay and office report)
Date: 13/12/2012 This Matter was called on for hearing today.
CORAM :
HON’BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE SURINDER SINGH NIJJAR
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE J. CHELAMESWAR
…5/-

For Petitioner(s)
Mr. L.N. Rao,Sr.Adv.
Mr. A. Ramesh,Adv.
Mr. G. Madhavi,Adv.
Mr. Y. Rajesh Kumar,Adv.
Mr. C.S.N. Mohan Rao,Adv.
Mr. D. Geetha,Adv.
Mr. P.P. Rao,Sr.Adv.
Mr. R. Venkataramani,Sr.Adv.
Mr. G.N. Reddy,Adv.
Mr. M. Rambabu,Adv.
Mr. S. Nagarajan,Adv.
Mr. K. Parasaran,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Satish Parasaran,Adv.
Mr. Senthil Jagadeesan,Adv.
Mr. Krishna Dev,Adv.
Ms. Sony Bhatt,Adv.
Mr. K.K. Mani,Adv.
Mr. Ashutosh Kaushik,Adv.
Mr. Altaf Ahmed,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Neeraj Shekhar,Adv.
Mr. Ashutosh Thakur,Adv.
Mr. K. Parasaran,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Satish Parasaran,Adv.
Mr. G. Umapathy,Adv.
Ms. R. Nekhala,Adv.
Mr. Rakesh K. Sharma,Adv.
Mr. K.K. Trivedi,Adv.
Mr. Priank Adhyaru,Adv.
Mr. K.V. Sreekumar,Adv.
Ms. Meenakshi Arora,Adv.
Mr. Nidhesh Gupta,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Amit Kumar,Adv.
Mr. Avijit Mani Tripathi,Adv.
Mr. Ravinder Kumar Katna,Adv.
Mr. Ankit Rajgarhia,Adv.
Mr. Subramonium Prasad,AAG.,TN.
Mr. B. Balaji,Adv.
Mr. P. Rakesh Sharma,Adv.
Mr. P. Krishnamoorthy,Adv.
Mr. Varun Tandon,Adv.
…6/-

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Mr. K.K. Venugopal,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty,Adv.
Mr. Sharan Thakur,Adv.
Dr. Sushil Balwada,Adv.
Mr. K.K. Venugopal,Sr.Adv.
Mr. K. Shashi Kiran Shetty,Adv.
Mr. S. Udaya Kumar Sagar,Adv.
Ms. Bina Madhavan,Adv.
Ms. Anindita Pujari,Adv.
Mr. Praseena E. Joseph,Adv.
for M/s. Lawyers’ Knit & Co.,Advs.
Mr. L.N. Rao,Sr.Adv.
Mr. R. Jagannath Goulay,Adv.
Ms. E.S. Sumathy,Adv.
Dr. Rajiv Dhavan,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Naveen R. Nath,Adv.
Ms. Lalit Mohini Bhat,Adv.
Ms. Hetu Arora,Adv.
Mr. Darpan K.M.,Adv.
Mr. Mukul Gupta,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Rudreshwar Singh,Adv.
Mr. Rakesh Gosain,Adv.
Mr. Kaushik Poddar,Adv.
Mr. Gopal Jha,Adv.
Mr. S. Chandra Shekhar,Adv.
Mr. K.K. Venugopal,Sr.Adv.
Mr. T. Meikandan,Adv.
Mr. Kumar Dushyant Singh,Adv.
Mr. Dharmendra Kumar Sinha,Adv.
Mr. Jayanth Muth Raj,Adv.
Ms. Malavika,Adv.
Mr. Sureshan P.,Adv.
Mr. L.N. Rao,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Mahesh Agarwal,Adv.
Mr. Rishi Agarwal,Adv.
Mr. E.C. Agrawala,Adv.
Mr. Lakshmeesh K. Kamath,Adv.
Mr. Abhijat P. Medh,Adv.
Mr. Ranjan Kumar,Adv.
…7/-

For Respondent(s)
Mr. K. Parasaran,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Satish Parasaran,Adsv.
Mr. Muthiah Kannan,Adv.
Mr. V. Balachandran,Adv.
Mr. P. George Giri,Adv.
Mr. R. Venkataramani,Sr.Adv.
Mr. V.G. Pragasam,Adv.
Mr. S.J. Aristotle,Adv.
Mr. Prabu Ramasubramanian,Adv.
Mr. Aljo K. Joseph,Adv.
Ms. Supriya Garg,Adv.
Ms. Neelam Singh,Adv.
Mr. Shodhan Babu,Adv.
Mr. Harish N. Salve,Sr.Adv.
Mr. V. Giri,Sr.Adv.
Ms. Sangita Chauhan,Adv.
Mr. Sanjay Misra,Adv.
Mr. Rakesh K. Sharma,Adv.
Mr. Harish N. Salve,Sr.Adv.
Mr. P.H. Parekh,Sr.Adv.
Mr. E.R. Kumar,Adv.
Mr. Sameer Parekh,Adv.
for M/s. Parekh & Co.,Advs.
Mr. Y. Raja Gopala Rao,Adv.
Mr. Nidhesh Gupta,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Amit Kumar,Adv.
Ms. Rekha Bakshi,Adsv.
Mr. Avijit Mani Tripathi,Adv.
Mr. Ankit Rajgarhia,Adv.
Mr. Ravinder Kumar,Adv.
Mr. Tara Chandra Sharma,Adv.
Ms. Neelam Sharma,Adv.
Mr. Rajeev Sharma,Adv.
Mr. Dinesh Kumar Aggarwal,adv.
Mr. Sukh Deo Singh,Adv.
Mr. Rudreshwar Singh,Adv.
Mr. Rakesh Gosain,Adv.
Mr. Gopal Jha,Adv.
Mr. Kaushik Poddar,Adv.
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For AIIMS:
Mr. K.K. Mani,Adv.
Mr. A.S. Rao,Adv.
Mr. Ashutosh Kaushik,Adv.
Mr. Siddharth Luthra,ASG.
Ms. Rahsmi Malhotra,Adv.
Mr. Ritin Rai,Adv.
Ms. Supriya Juneja,Adv.
Mr. Arjun Deewan,Adv.
Ms. Sushma Suri,Adv.
Mr. Mukul Gupta,Sr.Adv.
Ms. Suruchii Aggarwal,Adv.
Mr. Rishab Kaushik,Adv.
Mr. Rahul Tomar,Adv.
Mr. Pradip K. Ghosh,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Jaideep Gupta,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Rauf Rahim,Adv.
Ms. Devyani,Adv.
Mr. Yadunandan Bansal,Adv.
Mr. Amitesh Kumar,Adv.
Mr. Ravi Kant,Adv.
Mr. Chandra Shekhar Singh,Adv.
Mr. Gopal Singh,Adv.
Ms. Pratibha M. Singh,Adv.
Ms. Surbhu Mehta,Adv.
Mr. Gaurav Sharma,Adv.
Mr. Sanjay R. Hegde,Adv.
Mr. S. Nitin,Adv.
Mr. Anil Kumar Mishra-I,Adv.
Mr. P.P. Rao,Sr.Adv.
Mr. R. Venkataramani,Sr.Adv.
Mr. G.N. Reddy,Adv.
Mr. M. Rambabu,Adv.
Mr. S. Nagarajan,Adv.
Mr. V. Prabhakar,Adv.
Mr. R. Chandrachud,Adv.
Ms. Jyoti Prashar,Adv.
Mr. Girish Ananthamurthy,Adv.
Ms. Vaijanthi Girish,Adv.
…9/-

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Mr. Abdhesh Chaudhary,Adv.
Mr. Amit Jaiswal,Adv.
Mr. Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi,Adv.
Ms. Hemantika Wahi,Adv.
Ms. Jesal,Adv.
Ms. Nandani Gupta,Adv.
UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following ORDE R
Place these matters on 15th January, 2013.
In the meantime, the Medical Council of India, the Dental Council of India, as well as the States and Universities and other Institutions, will be entitled to conduct their respective examinations for the M.B.B.S, B.D.S. and Post- Graduate courses, but shall not declare the results of the same, until further orders of this Court.
Learned counsel for the respective parties are all directed to make available their written submissions by 7th January, 2013.
Let copies of this Order be made available to the advocates on-record for the respective parties for communication to the concerned Authorities.
Wide publicity may also be given to this Order by the States, Union of India, Medical Council of India and the Dental Council of India so that the students, who are intending to sit for the entrance examination, may have knowledge of the same.
[ T.I. Rajput ] [ Juginder Kaur ] A.R.-cum-P.S. Assistant Registrar
[Signed order is placed on the file]

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
CIVIL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION
TRANSFERRED CASE (C) NO.101 OF 2012
A.P. Private Medical and Dental
College Management Association
Versus
Dr. N.T.R. University of Health
Sciences & Anr.
WIT H
…Petitioner(s)
…Respondent(s)
Transferred Case (C) No.100 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.102 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.103 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.480 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.104 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.105 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.468 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.467 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.107 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.108 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.481 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.464 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……./2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1534 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……./2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1524 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1527 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1532 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1535 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1533 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.110 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.132-134 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.117-118 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.115-116 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.125-127 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.113-114 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.128-130 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.121-122 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.112 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.131 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.123-124 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.111 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.120 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.119 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.135-137 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) Nos.138-139 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1446 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1447 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.511 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.512 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.514 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.516 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.519 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.535 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C)No.1588 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.142/2012 @ T.P. (C) No.364 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.483 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.501 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.502 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.504 of 2012, Writ Petition (C) No.507 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No……./2012 @ T.P. (C) No.1572 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1644 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1645 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1647 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1653 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1654 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1656 of 2012, Transfer Petition (C) No.1658 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.98 of 2012, Transferred Case (C) No.99 of 2012 and Writ Petition (C) No.478 of 2012
ORDER
In all these matters, which are before us, the main question which has been urged is with regard to the applicability of the decision by the Medical Council of India to conduct National Eligibility and Entrance Test for both M.B.B.S. and Post-Graduate Courses for Medicine. In addition to the above, there is also the question of admission into B.D.S. and M.D.S. Examinations.
Having heard learned counsel representing different parties, while we are of the view that the main matters which are pending need to be heard and decided at an early stage, the time taken in hearing the matters should be utilised in allowing the students to sit for their respective examinations, which are already notified. Accordingly, let all the transferred cases, as well as the writ petitions, be listed for final hearing and disposal, irrespective of other part-heard or specially fixed matters on 15th, 16th and 17th January, 2013.
In all the matters where transfer has not yet been completed, those transfer petitions shall stand allowed and all the petitions, pending in the various courts, should be transferred to this Court by 15th January, 2013, and be treated as Transferred cases and be listed along with these
Transferred cases and the writ petitions.
In the meantime, the Medical Council of India, the Dental
Council of India, as well as the States and Universities and other Institutions, will be entitled to conduct their respective examinations for the M.B.B.S, B.D.S. and Post- Graduate courses, but shall not declare the results of the same, until further orders of this Court.
Learned counsel for the respective parties are all directed to make available their written submissions by 7th January, 2013.
Let copies of this Order be made available to the advocates on-record for the respective parties for communication to the concerned Authorities.
Wide publicity may also be given to this Order by the States, Union of India, Medical Council of India and the Dental Council of India so that the students, who are intending to sit for the entrance examination, may have knowledge of the same.
New Delhi,
December 13, 2012.
-tir-
…………………….CJI.
[ALTAMAS KABIR]
………………………J.
[SURINDER SINGH NIJJAR]
………………………J.
[J. CHELAMESWAR]

NEET PG, MCI, Supreme Court & The PG Aspirant

Is there anything more foolish than following a case in supreme court ?

I don’t think there is any. I am aware that many of you come to medical squid searching for supreme court verdict updates but I have decided to publish only the final verdict or significant ones. So If there is no update, consider that nothing significant has happened.

Move on, enjoy the moment- The void after NEET PG and do apply for exams. Follow up notifications that are released.

Before applying for exams:

1.Asses your preparation.
2.Look for No. of seats.
3.Apply if you think have a chance.

Get reviews from true friends and helpful optimistic seniors about exams and preparation methods. This year was nasty don’t lose hope or be demoralised by applying and appearing for exams if you are a person taking every failure seriously.

Timeline – MCI vs Others: Supreme Court Proceedings:

October 29: Postponed to November 5
November 5: Postponed to November 22
November 22:Postponed to November 23
November 23:Postponed to November 27
November 27:Postponed to December 6
December 6: Postponed to December 10
December 10:Hearing till December 14

December 13:Tamil Nadu and AP Govt, Private and Minority institutions can conduct their own exams for admission process.Final hearing of the case will be taken on Jan 15, Jan16, Jan 17, 2013.

Do share your NEET PG experience and post NEET PG plans.

NEET PG: Reviews & Experiences

As NEET PG comes closer to completion, here is a consolidated review of NEET PG.

NEET PG was just a simple National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test as its name holds. Some papers were relatively simple, others were a mix up. The interns and people with poor test experience would have felt that paper was relatively easy as the topics were familiar.Will the exam let them get a seat ? – Only results will tell. There was no Kikuchi, Kimura, Vim Silverman Score or Woolman. The hype around the NEET was propagated by coaching institutes with images, clinical vignettes and pretest questions. NEET PG just tested memory of numbers and seemingly insignificant facts.The previous All India Exams weren’t perfect either but they tested your ability to read repeat questions and topics. The only thing better about previous exams was we were prepared. NEET PG announcement and exams were conducted in a hurry amidst chaos created by coaching institutes and speculations on public forums like RxPG. The sudden preponement by almost two months would have distorted any students plan. However, a perfect MBBS student who had revised would have secured a seat. When the results are announced NEET PG would have succeeded in its mission and those who fell to the trap set by coaching institutes would be wounded. NEET PG has its flaws, so is every exam. Rather than complaining, we should equip ourselves better for the changing exam trend. NEET PG is the future and things are not gonna change.

Note: Share your views on NEET PG and your exam experience. A dedicated notes section will be launched by medicalsquid soon. It will be a collaborated effort to gather high yield information for Indian PG Entrance Exams with free online access.

NEET PG: Supreme Court Hearing on 27th November

As the NEET PG monster is crushing unsuspecting doctors with brute force, the case goes on and on. Today there is another hearing that would change no aspect of already miserable life of doctors. After expecting judgement at every hearing by Supreme Court, this time we don’t expect a final verdict.

Update: As already predicted there was no verdict today. Next hearing will be on 6th December. NEET PG survives.

Those NEET PG aspirants with the hope that NEET PG would be scrapped/cancelled, expect Mayan philosophy to come true and not a Supreme Court judgement in your favor.

The hearing/verdict on this case just decides to what extent the pockets of private medical colleges and minority institutions will be filled.

Just ask yourself: Will Govt./MCI/MOHFW fight for you(jobless poor doctor) or cash rich medical colleges/institutes ?

Note:Case proceedings will be updated as they are available via our sources

Disclaimer: No part of this article/site can be used as an evidence to prosecute the writer/owner of website. The article maligns govt. bodies and ministry based on documented scams accomplished by them in the past.

NEET PG: Exam Pattern First Day Experience

IMPORTANT: Respect NDA. Don’t share/discuss questions from NEET PG 2012.

Amidst all controversies and cases, first session of first ever Computer Based Test(CBT) for All India Medical Post Graduation seats -NEET PG 2012 has just concluded today(23rd November 2012). Doctors appeared for the exam at 33 exam centers spread all over the country.

A review of exam pattern and difficulty

1.Exam was mostly one liners without images.

2.A complete memory based test without assertion reasoning or clinical questions similar to DNB.

3.Difficulty level – Medium

4.Insignificant number of repeats.

5.Most questions were textbook based and so simple that you may not have paid enough attention during preparation to remember them.

6.Tables and Lists are the highest yielding for exam.

Stay tuned for updates.Share your NEET PG experience in comments.

Violating NDA- Non Disclosure Agreement by recalling/sharing NEET PG questions/answers or topics asked on exam amounts to serious offense and is punishable by law.

NEET PG: Instructions for Candidates

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

NBE reserves the right to verify identity and genuineness of each candidate by taking thumb impression and photograph of the candidate or by any other means.

Candidates MUST bring to the test centre the following documents:
Printed copy of your Admit Card with photo attested by gazetted officer (state or central Government) attached AND
Photocopy of your Permanent or Provisional State Medical Council OR Medical Council of India registration*, to be retained by the test centre AND
Any one of the following authorised photo IDs** (must be original and non-expired):
Permanent or Provisional SMC/MCI registration certificate with photograph
PAN Card
Driving Licence
Voter ID
Passport
Aadhar Card

*Candidates outside of India who do not have SMC/MCI registration should bring your original screening test pass certificate issued on the NBE letterhead.

**The name on your photo identification must match your name as shown on your Admit Card. If your name has been changed due to events such as marriage, you must show the relevant document mentioned below at the time of the test.

Marriage Certificate
Divorce Decree
Legal Name Change Document
Electronic Gadgets such as mobiles/docupens/camera/Bluetooth devices etc are STRICTLY prohibited in the testing premises. Candidates found in possession of such electronic gadgets are liable for penal action.
Candidates must arrive 1 hour before the test is scheduled to start in order to begin the check in process. The test center gates will close 30 minutes before the test start time, no late entry is permitted after that. Early exit from the examination center is not permitted.
Candidates are advised to acquaint themselves with the location of the test center one day prior to the examination.
This admit card is subject to the condition that if ineligibility is detected at any stage, the candidature will be cancelled.
Check the particulars in the admit card carefully. Error, if any may be reported to NBE immediately in writing by Fax/e-mail.
No entry to test center is permitted without Admit Card.
Do not attempt to give/obtain irregular assistance of any kind during examination. Indulgence in the same shall invite penal action. Improper conduct will entail expulsion from exam.
Failure to comply with these instructions will entail registration of unfair means case and action as deemed appropriate by board shall be taken including but not limited to cancellation of the current examination and debarment of candidate from future exams.
For queries, contact 1800111800 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Jurisdiction for disputes if any is exclusively before competent courts at New Delhi only.

Source: Official Communication from NEET PG/NBE

NEET PG: Supreme Court Hearing on 22nd November

Supreme Court is expected to have the final(?) hearing that will decide the fate of NEET PG on 22nd November. From proposal about an year ago to implementation NEET PG is filled with inefficiency and confusion ubiquitous to any major event that happens in India be it CWG or Spectrum allotment.

Update: Our sources say there was no hearing today. There will be further hearing at a later date( 27th November). Andhra Pradesh students are asked to appear for NEET PG. Don’t believe rumors. Prepare seriously for exam. Cases and Verdicts cant stop NEET PG from happening.

The hearing on 22nd is just one day before the scheduled commencement of first ever Computer Based Test(CBT) for admission into Medical Post Graduate courses with more than one lakh students expected to appear. With lot of problems with issuing application , scheduling and re-scheduling Doctors can only hope that at least exam will be fair and well conducted.

From the inputs we have, there is no question of cancellation or postponement of NEET PG as many are speculating on online discussion forums. Supreme Court will have the final say about seats under NEET PG and not the cancellation/ postponement/ scrapping of exam.

Be realistic. Study hard. Stay tuned for updates.

NEET PG: Greater Noida Test Centre Clarification

There is a change in venue for candidates who opted for Greater Noida test centre.

Here is the official notification from NBE regarding the same.

National Board of Examinations
(NEET PG)

Dated : November 8th, 2012

Subject : Change of Test Centre – For Greater Noida
Candidates registered for NEET PG at Accurate Institute of Management and Technology, Greater Noida may note that, their test will be conducted at G L Bajaj, Institute of Management & Research, Greater Noida, U.P.
The test date, session and timing of these candidates remains unchanged i.e. these candidates will take their test at original test date and time.
Intimation is being sent to these candidates on their registered email ID & telephonically.
The guide map of G L Bajaj Institute of Management & Research, Greater Noida, U.P. can be seen at website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg under the link Test Centre and Location Map.

Original Test Centre

Accurate Institute of Management
and Technology
49, Knowledge Park – III,
Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201308.

New Test Centre

G L Bajaj Institute of Management
and Research
Plot No.2, Knowledge Park III,
District GB Nagar, Greater Noida,
Uttar Pradesh – 201 306

Test Day & Time No Change

Please read the test day documentary requirement at NEET PG website.

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NEET PG: NBE clarifies on Rescheduling Test

NEET PG, an apparent technical glitch at prometric site allowed users to reschedule the test. Here is the press release from NBE regarding the same.

National Board of Examinations
(NEET PG)

Subject : Clarification regarding Re-Scheduling

Applicants may kindly note that there is no provision for rescheduling in the registration for NEET PG. Please refer to information bulletin and the caution notice mentioned therein. NBE/NEET PG have never advised for any rescheduling option nor prescribed any website or URL for this purpose.
Direct access of the third party websites or server is an act that is neither prescribed nor permissible.
Those who have attempted to do so by accessing the back end system of the third party agency are at their own risk and peril, NBE /NEET PG takes no liability for this act of rescheduling undertaken by any candidate.
Ordinarily this act would classify for appropriate action, however, taking a sympathetic view, NBE is not taking action against any such candidates i.e. their candidature is not being cancelled.
Further, due to this intervention by some candidates, they may have lost their earlier appointment for test, NBE is in the process of scheduling such candidates, however, this is subject to current availability of test center seats.
Applicants are once again advised to refer to information bulletin and refer only to official website www.nbe.gov.in for latest updates or contact candidate care for any clarifications (details available at contact us page on website).
Kindly note: entry to test centre shall not be permitted under any circumstances by submission of any false or fallacious document/email.
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NEET PG: Fate of Andhra Pradesh will be clear only by Nov.22

NEET has been a total disaster since the date of announcement. With registration, exam slot booking, rescheduling all getting messed up, now eligibility of candidates from certain states is being questioned. Regarding APPG(Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Entrance) for Medical Education , confusion still remains and this article on DC only adds to the confusion. The report is a little inaccurate regarding mention of numbers of candidates appearing for exam.

Update: As on 23rd November , Andhra Pradesh Doctors are asked to appear for NEET PG.

The state government on Friday said that it can provide some clarity on the National-Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for admission to post-graduate medical courses only after the Supreme Court delivers its final verdict on this matter on November 22.

About 50,000 students from Andhra Pradesh have registered for the first-ever Neet to be held from November 23 to December 6.

But since November 6, when the AP High Court granted a stay on the implementation of the test, students are not sure whether they must take the test or not.

Speaking to reporters, the minister for medical education, Mr Kondru Murali, said that if the Supreme Court exempts the state from Neet, the government will conduct its own entrance for PG medical admissions in February 2013.

β€œThe government understands the concerns of PG medical aspirants. However, it cannot take any decision on this issue at this stage. We will have clarity on Neet based on the SC verdict,” he said.

Via Deccan Chronicle

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