The National Board of Examinations (NBE) today launched the NEET PG 2021 admit card after a two-day break. The initial release date for the hall tickets was April 12, 2021. However, due to a technical problem, NBE had to postpone the case. On April 18, the NEET PG 2021 exam will be held. The exam will be taken by PG medical students from around the country for admission to MD, MS, PG Diploma, and PhD programmes.
To obtain the admit card, go to natboard.edu.in and click on the NEET PG 2021 page. Then, go to the applicant login page and log in with your user id and password. The candidate dashboard will appear as a result of this action. Where does one obtain a copy of the hall ticket?
Since NBE has annexed the test, there will be a long wait between the end of the exam and the announcement of the NEET PG result 2021.
Only a few days remain before the test. It is recommended that you learn from previous year papers during this period. Previous year question papers for NEET PG 2020, as well as previous year question papers for 2019, are crucial.
Aside from that, revision of the NEET PG syllabus is important for success on exam day.
Exam schedule for NEET PG 2021
Have an e-pass from Covid: The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has issued e-Passes in addition to admit cards. Be aware of the reporting time: The NBE will allow phased entry to the exam centre. NBE has assigned each nominee a reporting time, which is communicated to them through email and SMS. Candidates must arrive at the exam centre and report at the scheduled time.
The use of a face mask is required: Candidates must wear a face mask both at the time of entry and during the test.
At the exam centre, you will be given the following safety equipment: At the middle, everyone will receive a face shield, a face mask, and five hand sanitizer sachets. Except during face id authentication, they will be required to be worn at all times.
Bottled water is also prohibited: candidates will not be permitted to bring their own bottles to the middle. There will, however, be the option of getting bottled.