* OBC-NCL (Other Backward Classes)-NCL (Non-Creamy Layer) as per the Central List of Other Backward Classes available on the National Commission for Backward Classes. The candidates falling in this list (available on http://www.ncbc.nic.in/ ) may mention OBC-NCL in the Category Column. State-listed OBCNCL Candidates who are not in OBC-NCL (Central List) must choose General.
|Chapter 1- Introduction
|About National Testing Agency (NTA)
|Chapter 2 - National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test NEET (UG)
|About NEET (UG)
|NEET (UG) – 2021 and Role of NTA and Disclaimer
|Related Ministries / Departments / Bodies / Regulations / Websites
|Chapter 3 - Examination Scheme
|Syllabus and Pattern of the Test
|Mode of Examination , Duration of Test , Medium of the Question Papers and Cities for Exam Centres for NEET (UG) - 2021 Examination
|Chapter 4 - Eligibility and Qualifications
|Eligibility to appear in NEET (UG) - 2021
|Eligibility for Seats under All India Quota and Central Institutions (AIIMS/ JIPMER /AFMC / ESIC)/ Central Universities (including DU/ BHU /AMU) and under the control of States/ UTs.
|Eligibility for 15% All India quota seats
|Qualifications and Qualifying Examination Codes
|Chapter 5 - Admission and Reservation
|Reservation for PwD Candidates
|Facility for PwD Candidates to appear in the exam
|Instructions for Counselling by the MCC for MBBS & BDS Admission
|Chapter 6 - General Instructions & Submission of Application Form /Payment of Fee
|General Instructions and Readiness for filling up Application Form
|Instructions for completing Online Application Form
|Check List for filling the Online Application Form and Details of Fee Payment
|Chapter 7 - Particulars to be filled in the online Application Form
|Chapter 8 - Admit Card
|Chapter 9 - Barred Items and Dress Code
|Barred Items and Dress Code
|Chapter10 - Information for Parents/Guardians
|Chapter 11 - Instructions to be followed in the Examination Hall
|Chapter 12 - Unfairmeans, Practices, and Breach of Examination Rules
|Punishment for using Unfairmeans practices and Cancellation of Result
|Chapter 13- Post Examination Activities and Declaration of Result
|Display of OMR sheets and Responses on the website and Display of Answer Key for the challenge
|Declaration of Result
|Re-checking/re-evaluation of answer sheets and Use of the Result of NEET (UG) - 2021 by other Organizations
|Chapter 14 - Merit List and Qualifying Criteria
|The inter-se-merit of candidates for tie-breaking , Merit list for counselling under 15% All India Quota and Merit list for seats other than 15% All India Quota
|Chapter 15 - Eligibility Criteria/Quota Of Seats/Reservation /Result Criteria / Counselling For Admission To BAMS/BSMS/BUMS /BHMS Courses
|Chapter 16 - Miscellaneous Provisions
|Caution Notice and Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)
|Correspondence with NTA
|Common Services Centres/ Facilitation Centres , Weeding Out Rules and Legal Jurisdiction
|The National Medical Commission Act (2019)
|Suggestions received from various institutes/state governments
|Self-Declaration Proforma for Candidates belonging to UT Of J&K and Ladakh
|State Medical Education Directorates & Offices where counselling/admission related information available
|Details of Medical/ Dental / Ayurveda / Siddha / Unani /Homeopathy Colleges
|State/Union Territory wise list of examination cities for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) – 2021
|Graduate Medical Education Regulations (Amendment), 2019 (Notification No. MCI-34(41)/2019-MED/112862, dated 13th May 2019)
|Certificate of Disability
|List of Centres for Disability Certificate
|Certificate regarding physical limitation in an examinee to write
|Letter of Undertaking for using own scribe
|List of Codes of Class XII Education Boards
|List of codes of occupation, qualification & income (for father’s/ guardian’s/ mother’s) of NEET (UG) – 2021
|Affidavit for Single Girl Child
|Self-declaration by Minority Community Candidate for Support from Government Scheme
|Embassy Certificate of Foreign Candidate
|Documentary Proof of Citizenship
|Proforma for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Certificate
|Proforma for Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL) Certificate
|Payment of Exam Fee - Procedure/ Mode / Service Provider(s) and Services Charges
|Division of Application form in Two Sets/Phases
|Sample of images to upload in the Application Form
|Replica of Application Form
|Important Points to Note
After graduating from the medical colleges in Nepal with a handsome MBBS degree in hand is a completely different proud feeling.All your hard work, dedication, patience, and other sacrifices finally have the outcome you wanted.Now, you would center yourself as a healthcare professional. Now, your search for PG medical course in Nepal willeventually start.We are here, as usual, to make your search easier with our guidance.In this blog, we will give you the subject list of PG courses in Nepal.Every postgraduate medical course in Nepal along with their specializations in their particular topic.
During the time of taking admission into MBBS in Nepal, students do get confused about their curriculum.Later on, the normal anxiety drops in.After going through the entire curriculum, normally students fear that they may not pass. Well, this feeling is normal.You, as a medical aspirant studying MBBS in Nepal, may face the issue of not completing their syllabus in the first year.Now, we will educate you regarding the consequences you might face if you fail in your first year of MBBS in Nepal.
Quitting MBBS in Nepal might be a fatal mistake for you. This step may cost you financially as well as career-wise.The decision you might about quitting will give you a setback in your life.To come to such a conclusion requires a lot of calculative research and mindset.Medical colleges in Nepal have different agendas as they are recognized by the MCI.Now, the Medical Commission of India has laid out certain strict rules according to their curriculum.We will state out certain facts that may give you comprehensive clarity.Many Indian students go to study the medical UG course in Nepal, but very few are able to excel in their medical careers.
Studying MBBS in Nepal is a choice to be made by many Indian students who just passed their 10+2 final examinations.The prime reason for choosing Nepal as an option for abroad MBBS is the fee structure and the easy admission process.Though Indian students are recognized as foreign residents but are treated in Nepal especially.The Nepal Government has certain benefits laid out for the Indian students.The MBBS admission in Nepal starts in early January of every year. The documentation and the other prerequisites will be informed in the next section of this blog.All the MBBS colleges in Nepal are affiliated with renowned universities.The universities are recognized by global organizations like the WHO and UNESCO.
Certainly, if you are planning to study MD/MS in Nepal, then you are probably at the right place. In this blog, we will be explaining the different parameters of eligibility for PG medical courses in Nepal. As we know, that medical post-graduate examination has a wider range of curricula, and to pursue this degree, requires a lot of perseverance. So, there must be a plethora of thinking going on in your mind but here it will be cleared within a matter of few minutes. According to Indian students who have just graduated from their medical undergraduate college select different paths. Now, the path selection depends on a certain plan of action. Hence, the plan of action will only work when you exactly what are the criteria for eligibility for PG courses from Nepal.
MBBS in Nepal acquires a numerous percentage of Indian students that aim to complete their medical undergraduate study in this neighboring country. According to the student facility, the ongoing factors for MBBS admission require certain criteria to be followed. In this blog, we will look at seat allocation for undergraduate students. According to various sources, the seat allocation is somewhat the same. But, it still varies from college to college. The section is done for foreign students and local students according to the norms of the Nepal Medical Council. There are certain universities that determine the seat allocation for every kind of student. Especially, Indian students have an unfair advantage over the existing admission process in Nepal.
The degree of MD Course in Nepal is preferred by many of the medical graduates. A postgraduate degree in Nepal will be eventually be globally recognized by many countries. Hence, if you opt for the degree, then it might turn out the best decision of your life. We will provide you the knowledge you might require to go for MD course in Nepal. In this blog, we will be explaining the eligibility criteria and the colleges that offer the PG degree in Nepal. Pursuing a postgraduate degree in this neighboring country is extremely valuable for some students because of its fees structure and medical exposure.