NEET MDS, FMGE, DNB PDCET held today for admissions
- NBE conducted the NEET MDS, FMGE and DNB PDCET exams today.
- All three exams held in online mode.
- This is a licensure examination that the NBE conducts.
Mumbai, Maharashtra: Today i.e. 20th December 2019 The National Board of Examination (NBE) conducted its PG entrance exam for NEET MDS, FMGE, and DNB PDCET. All these exams held in online mode. The applicants who are appearing for the examination have to report at the center at the given time with all the relevant documents.
Candidates can check the important dates of FMGE, NEET MDS, and PDCET on the official website of the National Board of Examinations.
The candidates who forget to bring their documents will not be allowed to enter the examination center. Furthermore, the candidates need to present the following mandatory documents at the center of examination to appear for the same.
- ID Proof- Driving license/ Voter ID/ PAN card/ Passport/ Aadhaar card (with photo).
- Photocopy of provisional/permanent registration certificate issued by SMC/ MCI.
- Hall ticket with an affixed photograph on it.
FMGE 2019 Exam
FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduates Examination) is a licensure examination that NBE conducts. Moreover, the test is a compulsory requirement for an Indian and Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) who got their medical degree from a foreign medical college. This license enables them to practice medicine in the country. Besides, the exam has 200 multiple choice questions and is conducted in two parts: A and B. Each exam has an allotted time of 150 minutes.
NEET MDS 2020
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Masters of Dental Surgery is conducted for 6228 seats. Furthermore, it offers admission to private, deemed, central, and government colleges and universities all over India. This exam contains a total of 240 MCQs that must be completed in 180 minutes.
Diplomate of National Board Postgraduate Centralized Entrance Test is a ranking examination. In addition, this is for admission to 1073 post-diploma DNB seats in 14 Specialties at 597 hospitals across India. Besides, the test contains 200 MCQs from pre-clinical courses taught at the MBBS level. According to the exam pattern, the paper has eight sections.
The result of the examination is expected to be announced in a month.