The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Post Graduation (NEET – PG) 2021 admit cards would be released on Monday, September 6, 2021. The admit cards would be released by the exam administrating body National Board of Examination (NBE) on the official website of NBE – nbe.edu.in.

The exam for admission in PG courses – MD, MS, PG Diploma programs, for the academic year 2021 is scheduled on September 11, 2021. 

The official notification by the examination board read, “The NEET-PG 2021 examination scheduled to be held on 18th April 2021 was postponed and is now scheduled for 11th September 2021.” 

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The admit card released for the exam scheduled on 18th April 2021 is now ‘null and void’ as the exam was canceled because of the Covid-19 situation. 

“Admit Cards issued earlier for examination on 18th April 2021 shall be treated as “null & void”. Fresh admit cards shall be issued on NBEMS website nbe.edu.in on 6th September 2021,” read the official site.


NEET PG 2021: How and where to download?

Following are the steps that must be followed to download the admit card for NEET PG 2021:

Step 1: Visit the official website of NBE – nbe.edu.in.

Step 2: Login by entering all the required credentials, including the application number and password.

Step 3: Click on the link that read “NEET PG Admit Card 2021”.

Step 4: Download the admit card after check all the details. 


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NEET PG 2021: Marks and Questions

The maximum marks of the exam would be 800.

The number of questions would be 200, 100 less than the previous year’s NEET PG 2020 exam.


NEET PG 2021: Covid Protocols

Each and every student must follow Covid-19 related protocols. According to the official site, “Candidates shall be provided with a protective face shield, face mask and sanitizer sachets individually at test centres. NBEMS shall encourage to follow the COVID Appropriate Behaviour at all times during the conduct of the test.

“Candidates are advised to refer to the NBEMS notice dated 09.04.2021 for detailed instructions regarding adherence to COVID Appropriate Behaviour at test centres,” it further read.

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