Health Ministry Likely to Scrape off NEET PG: In a Relief for the candidates who are pursuing or will be pursuing Medical Education In India. The Union Health Ministry has decided to scrape off the NEET PG Entrance Exam for the candidates. Which means, that the students need not require to appear a separate exam after NEET MBBS for admission into MD and MS Programs. The amendment has been incorporated in the revised draft, National Medical Commission (NMC). The bill will be sent soon to the Cabinet, said the official sources.

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However, according to the amendments, made in the fresh NMC Bill, candidates can get admissions in Post Graduate Programmes on the basis of the National Exit Test (NEXT). However, the Test will take place in various parts of the country. Thus, the students will not have to appear a separate exam after clearing the Final MBBS Exam for admission in PG Courses or to obtain a license to practice.

However, the admission for other postgraduate courses at AIIMS will remain mandatory. Other than that, the NEET- SS Entrance Exam will also remain the same.

The NMC Bill was introduced in December 2019, which was then lapsed with the dissolution of the 16th Lok Sabha. Hence, the final announcements regarding the amendment will be made soon.


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