Monday, March 25, 2019
Sunday, March 24, 2019
NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATIONS
(NEET– SS 2019)
Dated: 01st February 2019
Subject : Conduct of NEET-SS 2019 - regarding
1. NEET-SS 2019 shall be conducted by NBE on 28th June on computer based
2. The scheme of NEET-SS 2019 shall be in accordance with MoHFW letter
No.V.11025/35/2012-MEP(Pt.) dated 12/12/2018 and shall be similar to the
scheme of NEET-SS 2018.
3. The salient features of NEET-SS 2019 shall be:
(i) A candidate can choose a maximum of upto two super-specialty courses
for which his/her broad specialty qualification is eligible, at the time of
online submission of the application form.
(ii) Pattern of examination: 40% of the questions (Part A) shall be from all
the eligible feeder broad specialty course(s) and the remaining 60% (Part
B of the question paper) shall be from the super-specialty course selected
by the candidate at the time online submission of application form.
(iii) NBE may club certain super specialties in which the number of seats
offered are less and share common eligible broad-specialty qualification.
4. Question Paper: There shall be a separate question paper for each super-
specialty course/clubbed group. Total number of questions in each question
paper shall be 100 and shall consist of two Parts: Part A & Part B as indicated
above. The difficulty level of the questions shall be at PG Exit level.
5. Merit list of NEET-SS 2019 shall also be utilized for allotment of seats to DNB
super-specialty & FNB Fellowship courses.
6. For further details, candidates shall have to refer to the Information Bulletin
which shall be notified in April/May 2019.
VIJAYAWADA: The department of Health and Medical Education issued orders on Friday stating that 15 per cent of unreserved quota will be implemented from this academic year. With this, the confusion over implementation of 15 per cent unreserved quota in NEET PG State quota counselling was cleared.
Based on Article 371-D, the students in both Telugu States can secure admissions under 15 per cent unreserved category in all the medical colleges of AP.
However, the 15 per cent unreserved quota was stopped by the State government in the previous academic year 2018-19, as AP joined national pool, where 50 per cent of the total seats in the State will be filled under All India quota. But after a few students moved court for implementation of non-local reservation, it had directed the government to implement the same from 2019-20 academic year.
Following which, the State government brought back 15 per cent quota under State quota to enable students from both Telugu States to seek admissions under unreserved quota. The State government also instructed the Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS) officials to follow the orders and implement 15 per cent of unreserved quota during admissions.
It is for the information to all the candidates who had sent documents
claiming to be NRI as per the directions/orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court of
India in the case (W.P. (C) No.689/2017- Consortium of Deemed universities in
Karnataka (CODEUNIK) & Anr. V/s Union of India & Ors.) dated 22.08.2017,
that after screening of documents the following candidates have been found
eligible and their category has been changed to NRI (List of candidates enclosed
Notice posted on: 22-03-2019
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
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