AIIMS Waves Red Flag for Organizing NEET-PG

A week ago when Medical Council of India (MCI) approached All India Institute of Medical Studies (AIIMS) for seeking support to conduct the first ever National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate studies (NEET-PG), AIIMS has reportedly expressed it’s inability to conduct common medical entrance test nation wide.

AIIMS had backed off stating that the man power and infrastructure what AIIMS’s have is not sufficiently large enough to conduct the mass common medical entrance test.

This will be a major set back for the medical education regulatory body MCI, however the notification on MCI website still reads as “The common entrance test (CET) for admission to Medical Post-graduate Courses across the country i.e. National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Medical Postgraduate Courses – MD/MS/Diploma (NEET-PG ) shall be held in Jan-Feb 2012 for admissions in the academic year 2012-2013. The syllabus is that of MBBS described in the MCI Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, 1997. The multiple choice questions (MCQs) would be based on the MBBS syllabus as well as the knowledge that needs to be acquired during internship which is also described in the said Regulations. The distribution of questions, model questions and method of tie breaking for ranking would be placed on the website in the due course.”

The two versions are entirely different while media has been mentioning the difficulties faced by MCI in connection with NEET; MCI had not broken silence and kept it a top secret. The question still remains, whether MCI will hold NEET-PG? If so when, what is exam pattern, syllabus? Same case with NEET-UG as well no official announcement yet.

Confusion still remains, we will publish latest update on NEET PG & NEET UG, stay tuned! As always please share your views.

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17 thoughts on “AIIMS Waves Red Flag for Organizing NEET-PG”

  1. This is India most of the private medical colleges of our country are backed by politicians and if NEET-PG is conducted then corruption in terms of admission in terms of back door entry will be hampered thats why so much of opposition.Yes of course conducting NEET-PG requires proper planning but in no way this is impossible what the hell is MCI doing since so long,why only AIIMS why can’t they constitute a conducting body comprising of major premier institutes of our country.
    Its high time that doctors get admission entirely based on their merit on an all india basis and STOP THIS DISCRIMINATION on the basis of region,caste.
    CORRUPTION KILLS…………

  2. better if neet happens ,,,, otherwise these private medical colleges will turn medical education into a “sabji-mandi” we go and appear for exams and later come to know its all fixed… its such a shame for our country ,,,,

    1. HI ASHU IF THE PROBLEM IS ONLY PVT. COLLEGES THEN BRING THEM UNDER AIPMT. WHY TO REMOVE STATE PMT. WHY TO CONDUCT NEET??????

      1. hi,,, firstly its so tiring ,,, running around giving exams ,,,, but its still ok to have state exams…. the issue here is corruption in pvt medical colleges ,,,, and not giving them loop holes to exploit the system… who knows pvt college under the shadow of state exam might again start some game fixing,,,,, if you knew how corrupt these pvt college exams are you will know what i am talkin about,,,, out of 15-20 pvt college entrance exams ,,, only 1 or 2 are genuine ,,,, imagine you spend 5000 for flight 2000 for exam and the time in between,, only to realize at the end its all fixed,,,, people who pay get rank by fraudulent means and you sit around and think wat the “F” ?

  3. MCI is still silent…is it trying to conduct NEET 2012 with the help of some other body ?………….NEET doesn’t look like happening this year. Now it’s MCI’s responsibility to make it clear whether it’s able or not.

  4. really if mci is so bothered for good of students than why they are not planning to open more medical colleges inspite of confusing students who are yet not aware what is going to happen?

  5. MCI DOES NOT KNOW THAT SUCH KIND OF EXAM WICH INVOLVES FULL INDIA CAN NOT WORK OUT IN OUR NATION ITS TOO LARGE TO HANDEL.
    THE WAY THINGS WERE GOING LET THEM BE
    WHY IS MCI SO BOTHERED
    WELL ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL
    START PREPARIN FOR KCET COMET AIIMS PGI

  6. this is aping west. Diversity in indian student mass, class will create enough legal hurdles lateron. It is better to pilot neet in few states and uts before country wide

  7. Ohh really?? If true, you have done a good job of bringing out the news. Hardly any media organisation is questioning the MCI on NEET. Why did the MCI announce NEET-PG before working out how it’s going to do it? Atleast now, it should hasten the process by asking other national level institutes like PGI Chandigarh or JIPMER. Thanks.

      1. Neet pg will be conducted in march 2012.There is my friend in MCI body.He told me that 1st NEET PG will be delayed most probably in march but will certainly be conducted.

        1. @Dr dinesh, is it a confirmed news sir……?? can u tell when will we get any furthur notification from MCI…..??

        2. i’m so relieved to know that there will be a common entrance exam for all and that the admissions are going to be based on merit only. this sort of reservation based on state and region should be done away with if we are truly democratic.it was so nerve cracking for me to see my child not getting admission in pg dental last yeare. hope this rule applies to dental education as well.

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