NEET Exam centers

NEET Exam Centers for NEET-PG 2018

All candidates who applied for neet-pg 2018 application will have a questions “Where will the exam be conducted” Right?. So Here we are providing NEET Exam centers for NEET 2018 PG.

NEET Exam Centers

1 Agra
2 Ahmedabad
3 Aizawl
4 Ajmer
5 Aligarh
6 Allahabad
7 Ambala
8 Amravati
9 Amritsar
10 Anand
11 Arrah
12 Asansol
14 Balasore
15 Bareilly
16 Bengaluru
17 BerhampurGanjam
18 Bhagalpur
19 Bhatinda
20 Bhilai
21 Bhopal
22 Bhubaneswar
23 Bikaner
24 Bilaspur
25 Bokaro
26 Chandigarh
27 Chennai
28 Chirala
29 Coimbatore
30 Cuttack
31 Darbhanga
32 Dehradun
33 Delhi
34 Dhanbad
35 Dhenkanal
36 Dibrugarh
37 Gandhinagar
38 Ghaziabad
39 Gorakhpur
40 Greater Noida
41 Guntur
42 Gurugram
43 Guwahati
44 Gwalior
45 Haldwani
46 Hamirpur
47 Hazaribagh
48 Hisar
49 Hooghly
50 Hubballi (Hubli)
51 Hyderabad
52 Indore
53 Jabalpur
54 Jaipur
55 Jalandhar
56 Jalgaon
57 Jammu
58 Jamshedpur
59 Jhansi
60 Jodhpur
61 Jorhat
62 Kakinada
63 Kalaburagi (Gulbarga)
64 Kannur
65 Kanpur
66 Karimnagar
67 Karnal
68 Kohima
69 Kolhapur
70 Kolkata
71 Kota
72 Kozhikode
73 Kurnool
74 Kurukshetra
75 Lucknow
76 Ludhiana
77 Madurai
78 Mangaluru (Mangalore)
79 Meerut
80 Mehsana
81 Mohali
82 Mumbai
83 Muzaffarnagar
84 Muzaffarpur
85 Mysuru (Mysore)
86 Nagpur
87 Naharlagun
88 Namakkal
89 Nanded
90 Navi Mumbai
91 Nellore
92 Noida
93 Panaji
94 Panipat
95 Patiala
96 Patna
97 Pune
98 Rajahmundry
99 Rajkot
100 Ranchi
101 Roorkee
102 Rourkela
103 Sagar
104 Salem
105 Samba
106 Sambalpur
107 Satna
108 Shillong
109 Shivamogga (Shimoga)
110 Sikar
111 Silchar
112 Siliguri
113 Surat
114 Tezpur
115 Thiruvananthapuram
116 Thrissur
117 Tiruchirappalli
118 Tirunelveli
119 Tirupathi
120 Udaipur
121 Udupi
122 Ujjain
123 Vadodara
124 Varanasi
125 Vijayawada
126 Visakhapatnam
127 Vizianagaram
128 Warangal

NEET Exam Centers for Delhi

  • Ghaziabad
  • Greater Noida
  • Noida

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NEET 2018 PG Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Here is the complete Frequently asked questions about NEET 2018 PG

  1. What is the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Postgraduates?
    • NEET-PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single entrance
      examination to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses as per Section (10) of Indian
      Medical CouncilAct, 1956. No other entrance examination, either at state or institution level,
      shall be valid forentry to MD/MS/PGDiplomaCoursesw.e.f.AdmissionSession – 2018.
  2. Is the NEET-PG 2018 a mandatory test?
    • Yes, the NEET-PG is a mandatory test for gaining admission to any Postgraduate Medical
      Courses w.e.f. 2018 admission session.
  3. Who is eligible to take the NEET-PG 2018?
    • Candidates in possession of MBBS degree/Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate from a
      Medical College/Institute duly recognized as per the provisions of the Indian Medical
      Council Act, possessing either a permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS
      or equivalent qualification issued by the Medical Council of India / State Medical Council
      and have completed one year of internship or are likely to complete the same on or before
      31st March 2018 may apply for NEET-PG.
  4. Who will be conducting the NEET-PG 2018?
    • National Board of Examinations (NBE) will be conducting the NEET-PG.
  5. When will the NEET-PG 2018 be conducted?
    • NEET-PG 2018 will be conducted on 7th January 2018.

Counselling for state quota seats

  1. Who will be eligible for State quota seats counseling?
    1. Candidates who are in possession of MBBS degree / Provisional Pass Certificate
      recognized as per the provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act 1956 and possess
      permanent / provisional registration certificate of MBBS qualification issued by the
      Medical Council of India/ State Medical Council and have completed one year of
      internship / likely to complete on or before 31st March 2018 and has qualified NEET-PG
      2018 are eligible for pursuing MD/MS/PG Diploma courses subject to the applicable rules,
      regulations, reservation policies and guidelines of respective States/UTs. NBE has no
      role in counseling/allotment of seats.
  2. Who will determine the final merit list for State quota seats?
    1. The merit for State quota seats will be determined by concerned State authority using NEET
      PG marks and as per applicable Regulation and/or their eligibility criteria, Guidelines,
      reservation policy,benefits for in-service candidates,rural posting (if applicable) etc.
  3. Who will conduct the counseling for State quota seats & Private Medical Colleges/

    1. Counseling for various categories of State quota seats shall be conducted by the
      concerned State Medical Directorate/Counseling authority(s) of the State/UT.
  4. Will there be any weightage for in service candidates in State quota seats and how
    it will be reflected?

    1. Weightage for In-service candidates or rural posting in State quota seats shall be decided
      by the States/UT themselves as per applicable Regulation and/or their qualifying criteria,
      and applicable guidelines etc. NBE has no role in counseling/allotment of seats.
  5. How many seats shall be available for all States?
    1. Candidates are advised to visit for the latest information about various
      MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma courses & seats available at various Medical
  6. What are the reservation policies for various categories for State quota
    seats/Private Medical Colleges/Universities?

    1. NBE shall be providing only the data of candidates and their results without applying the
      reservation prevalent in the States/Union territories of India/ Private Medical Colleges/
      Institutes/Universities. The merit list/category wise merit list for the States/UT/ Private
      Medical Colleges/Institutes/Universities concerned shall be generated by the States/UT/
      Universities themselves as per applicable Regulation and/or their qualifying criteria,
      applicable guidelines and reservation policies.
  7. Who will conduct the counseling for All India 50% quota seats?
    1. Counseling for All India 50% quota seats shall be conducted by Medical Counseling
      Committee (MCC) of Director General of Health Services, Government of India. Please
      refer to MCC for details.
  8. Who will conduct the counseling for DNB Courses?
    1. Centralized merit based Counseling for admission to DNB Courses shall be conducted by
      NBE using NEETPG marks.

NEET 2018 PG Admission

Format of NEET 2018 PG

  1. What is the testing format for NEET-PG 2018?
    • National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Post graduates (NEET-PG) shall be conducted
      on computer-based test (CBT) platform. This is not an Internet-based test, i.e. a candidate
      does not take the test over the Internet. Instead of reading the questions from a paper
      booklet and darkening the ovals in an answer sheet, a candidate will now read the
      questions on a computer screen and choose an answer by using a mouse to click on the
      appropriate option.
  2. How is the computer-based format different from the paper and pencil format?
    • The only difference is in the way the questions are presented, and how responses are
  3. Can I take the exam from any computer?
    • No, a candidate will have to test take the exam on a pre-assigned workstation, in the
      testing city chosen by him/her during the time of online submission of application form.

Exam Duration & Pattern

  1. What is the duration of the exam?
    • The exam duration is 3 hours and 30 Minutes and will be conducted in a single section.
      Candidates will also need to accept a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) before beginning
      the exam.
  2. How many questions will there be?
    • There will be a total of 300 questions.
  3. Can I move back and forth between the questions?
    • Yes, candidates will have the option to navigate between the questions via the Review
  4. What type of questions will there be?
    • The exam will only contain multiple choice questions, each with four (4) options and only
      one (1) correct response.
  5. What is the syllabus / course on which the exam would be based?
    • The exam will include all subjects taught during the MBBS course including pre-clinical,
      para-clinical and clinical. Approximate weight age will be given to each subject as
      indicated in the bulletin.
  6. What is the Demo Test?
    • A demo test shall be available for the benefit of candidates to familiarize themselves with
      the Computer based Test format at website . Applicants will be able to
      access the Demo test from 15th December 2017 onwards.

NEET 2018 PG Registration

  1. When will the NEET-PG be conducted?
    • The next NEET 2018 PG will be conducted on 7th January 2018.
  2. What are the timings for the testing sessions?
    • Time for examination session is 9:30 AM – 1:00PM.
  3. How do I apply for the exam?
    • Candidates may register for their test online via from 31 October
      th 2017 to 27 November 2017. For more details Click Here
  4. What is the test fee?
    • The fee for the NEET 2018 PG is Rs. 2750 for SC/ST/PWD candidates and Rs. 3750 for
      General/OBC candidates.
  5. How do I pay for the exam?
    • The prescribed registration fee should be remitted through payment gateway
      provided using a Credit Card or a Debit Card issued by banks in India or through
      Internet Banking. For more information, please visit the website The
      online submission of application form begins on and ends on
  6. What is the last day for application?
    • The online submission of application form opens on and closes on
  7. Can I use my friend’s email address when registering for NEET 2018 PG ?
    • No, you need to use a valid and unique email address.
  8. Is there a restriction on what can be entered within the address fields during the
    online submission of application form?

    • Yes, you need to limit each address line to 30 characters including spaces. You may
      make use of Address line 1, 2 and 3 in case of longer addresses. Special characters
      are acceptable.
  9. What happens after I’ve submitted my online application for NEET 2018 PG ?
    • At the end of online submission of application form, the candidate will get a computer
      generated acknowledgement at the registered email id of the candidate. Admit card
      will be issued to the candidate once testing venue has been allotted to the candidate
      by NBE in the city chosen by the candidate during online registration. Candidates are
      likely to get their admit card on their registered email ID approximately 4 days before
      the examination day. Candidates will be informed through SMS alerts and Public
      Notice regarding availability of the admit card on their registered email ID. Candidates
      are required to download their admit card from their registered email ID and affix their
      latest passport size photograph in the space provided on the admit card.

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NEET 2018 PG Admission

NEET 2018 PG Application

NEET 2018 PG registration process has started. NEET PG admissions to Post Graduate Diploma Courses and MD/MS is scheduled to be conducted on January 7th 2018 nation-wide, in a single session Computer Based Test (CBT).

NEET  PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribes as the single entrance examination to various MD/MS and PG diploma courses as per section 10(D) of the indian medical council Act, 1956. No other entrance examination, either at state or institution level, shall be valid for entry to MD/MS/PG Diploma courses.

National board of examination has been notified by the ministry of health and family welfare, Government of india to conduct NEET 2018 PG on an All-india basis.

NBE shall be conducting NEET PG as a computer based test (CBT) on 7th January 2018 in a single session at all the test centers.

Eligibility Criteria for NEET PG

Candidates in possession of MBBS degree / Provisional MBBS pass certificate from a medical college / Institute duly recognized as per the provisions of the indian medical council Act, possessing either a permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS or equivalent qualification issued by the medical council of india / State medical council and have completed one year of internship or are likely to complete the same on or before 31st, March 2018

Applying for NEET 2018 PG

NEET 2018Candidates can register for NEET 2018 PG through online portal from 31st October, 2017 to 27th November, 2017. Candidates can choose the exam city through online registration system on first come first serve basis.

Examination Fee for NEET PG

Category Fee
General / OBC Candiates Rs.3750/-
SC / ST / PWD / (PH) Candidates Rs.2750/-

The fee for the NEET 2018 PG examination has to be remitted through payment gateway, at the time of online submission of application form, using a credit card or debit card issued by banks in india or through internet banking.

Important Dates for NEET 2018 PG

Details Date
Online Submission of Application form 31st October to 27th November 2017
Date of Exam 7th January 2018
NEET 2018 PG Result 31st January 2018


Applicants are required to read the NEET 2018 PG information bulletin thoroughly. NEET 2018 PG bulletin will be available at Candidates are informed that any indulgence in unfair means shall be viewed very seriously and the candidates of such candidate shall be cancelled at bare threshold.

Candidates may call the helpline number 1800 111 700 or 1800 111 800 (Toll Free) for information related to NEET 2018 PG.

You can also read our article NEET Preparation Tips.

A Student reading NEET Preparation

15 NEET Preparation Tips

Cracking the NEET needs one to have a hard planned learning strategy. Start your NEET preparation soon as possible. You can plan the journey to the destination well only if you know the starting point. You can clear the NEET 2018 with 1 year preparation. But you should pay attention to our NEET prepare tips. Here is our 20 NEET Preparation Tips for NEET 2018.

NEET Preparation Tips

  1. Dream and Go
  2. Make study notes
  3. Understand the syllabus of the examination
  4. Strategically plan your time
  5. Study to suit your learning style
  6. Study with a friend
  7. Good Study Materials
  8. Revise Everyday
  9. Learn using Technology
  10. Sleep Well
  11. Maintain you Mental Health
  12. Study for 50 minutes and take a break
  13. Practice with previous years NEET exam papers
  14. Practice Online NEET Mock Tests
  15. Sort out what you don’t understand

Dream and Go

You should dream about your career. Dream is the starting point. You better understand that only when “you burn you will burn others” and to burn enough you need a spark. Last few days to revise for the exam, Guys keep a strict schedule and hope for the best and most importantly stay true to yourself and positive.

Make study notes

Making good study-notes plays a important role in NEET preparation. Having good stuMedical student after NEET Preparationdy-notes helps you in learning your lessons easily. The study notes are extremely important for NEET preparation. It will saves your time a lot. Even you should write these NEET preparation tips in your note.

It is better to write study notes in a notbook. Write name of subject on your notebook or folder having the study notes. Keep your study notes in a cupboard or other safe place to save them for later use as you will have to use them many times. If your NEET preparation study notes are wrote in computer, then you should make a separate folder so that it may not get deleted by mistake.

Understand the syllabus of the examination

NEET syllabus is as vast an ocean, and you need to know the exact location to fish the best output. Cut down on extra information and focus on important topics. Since we know NEET exam covers NCERT syllabus as well, you can compare the syllabus with your Board exam syllabus. It is beneficial for you if there are common chapters as you will not need to prepare them separately. This will give you ample time to concentrate on the parts of the syllabus that are not covered.

The question paper will consist of a total of 180 multiple choice questions (MCQs) with one correct answer, from Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (Botany & Zoology). The duration of the examination will be 180 minutes (3 hours). For every correct answer candidates are awarded 4 marks and for every incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted. No marks will be added or deducted for an unmarked answer.

Study to suit your learning style

If you’re a visual learner, diagrams and pictures can help you remember. Auditory learners should listen to lecture recordings or make their own recordings of notes that they can listen to later. If you are a physical person explain key ideas aloud to yourself while moving around. Explore different ways to help you remember key facts and to increase your understanding of the main concepts of NEET papers.

Strategically plan your time

Students should prepare a good time-table for NEET preparation. Do not include long hours of study period in your time-table. Include little intervals between the study hours. Preparing as per the time-table will help you to cover all parts of the syllabus. Plan a study routine in advance, allotting time for each subject. This will help to systematically study each subject instead of juggling between many, which is sure to disrupt your concentration and reduce output.

Study with a friend

Study together with a friend or group of students from your class or neighborhood. It will work better if you get a opposite sex friend or a group with boys and girls. You can simply review each other’s notes to see what you may have missed, and discuss concepts you think will be covered on the test.

Good Study Materials

Students should prepare from the best NEET Guides. Try to refer the books which contain the complete syllabus as prescribed by CBSE. To score good marks, it is necessary to study NCERT books as well as books prescribed for NEET preparation.
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Neet preparing studentRevise Everyday

A last year topper of NEET said “I prepared quick notes while the time of NEET test and then at the end of the day once again I gone through all the scribed notes. Potentially, that method of learning helps me a lot in the examination hall. ” If you are approaching the NEET exam with a strong desire and reason, it’s our suggestion to revise the topic again and again in the scheduled time.

Learn using Technology

There are many people who study by highlighting in the textbooks and making notes with a pen on a scrap of paper. These methods still find their place and importance, but there are countless options for personalizing study than ever before. Be it through online tools, social media, blogs, videos or mobile apps, learning has become easy, interesting and user-centered today.

Sleep Well

You need at least seven hours of sleep a night to function. Tests are designed to make you think. If you are sleep-deprived, you won’t be able to remember any of the information you worked so hard to cram into your brain.

Maintain you Mental Health

While preparing for the exams, candidates should also take care of their health. With a better health you can concentrate better in your studies. Sunrise jogging will helps you to active all the time. Avoid junk and oily foods and take healthy diet plans. Do meditation and yoga exercises for better concentration.

Study for 50 minutes and take a break

It’s better to study for short intense periods with sustained concentration than long blocks of time when you are tired and not working effectively. It’s better to get a solid night’s sleep after a short study period, than to push on until 2am. You won’t remember much and will be less effective the next day.

Practice with previous years NEET exam papers

One of the greatest challenges for any entrance exam is the time limitation. Practice is the key for all competitive exams. Candidates have to complete 180 questions with time duration of 3 hours. This means that they can dedicate only 1 minute for each question. Thus time management skill is essential for NEET Exam. Candidates should practice NEET sample papers and previous year’s question paper to improve their speed and accuracy. Solving question paper will also give them an idea about the question pattern, difficulty level of questions and question weight age in the exam. They can also analyze their weak and strong sections by solving mock papers.

Practice Online NEET Mock Tests

Students can practice for the test with the help of online mock test. Many educational websites give the facility of mock test. This mock test helps the students to crack the NEET exam. Mock Test is available for each & every subject includes each chapter & topics. It will improve your skills, knowledge, performance & you are able to know your timing too. The Mock tests will help you to make your NEET preparation works effectively.

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Sort out what you don’t understand

Clarify the meaning of any words or concepts you don’t understand before trying to study them. If you aren’t clear about what information means, memorizing it won’t help. Prioritize the hardest subjects first in each study session. Allocate more time to studying the subjects you find most difficult.

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Features of Armed Forces Medical College – AFMC

Armed Forces Medical College is a premier medical institute of India acknowledged as a centre of excellence for education and research. The college provides training to under-graduate and post-graduate medical and nursing students with assured career prospects in the defence services. AFMC was ranked second among medical colleges in India in 2017 by India Today and Outlook India and third in India by The Week.

Established in May 1948 after World War II on the recommendation of the BC Roy Committee, remnants of various Indian Army Medical Corps units were amalgamated to create the Armed Forces Medical services. The AFMC undergraduate wing was established on 4 August 1962, which is celebrated annually as AFMC Day by its alumni across the globe. Continue reading

Why MBBS in AIIMS (All India Institutes of Medical Sciences)

The All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) are a group of autonomous public medical colleges of higher education. These institutes have been declared by an Act of Parliament as Institutes of National Importance. AIIMS Delhi, the fore-runner parent excellence institution, was established in 1956.

From the 2013–14 academic session, the overall availability of MBBS seats in India rose to 42,169. The health ministry is striving to achieve the target doctor-patient ratio of 1:1000 by 2021, which at present is 1:2000. The government plans to increase overall availability of MBBS seats to 80,000 and of PG seats to 45,000 from the current 22,194 by 2021. The aim is to reduce the shortage of doctors, which is currently pegged at around 800,000 (800,000). India has 27 regional cancer centres.400 RT machines are available for cancer treatment.


At AIIMS, students get clinical postings from the second year itself, and that’s when we get a first-hand experience of patients and our profession. The sheer variety and number of cases one gets to handle here is mind-boggling. Continue reading

Top Medical / MBBS Colleges In India 2017-2018

Top 25 Medical / MBBS Colleges In India 2017-2018

  1. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi
  2. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
  3. Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore
  4. St. John Medical College, Bangalore
  5. Faculty Of Medical Sciences (King George’s Medical University), Lucknow
  6. JIPMER College, Puducherry
  7. Grant Govt. Medical College, Mumbai
  8. Seth G.S Medical College, Mumbai
  9. Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi
  10. Kasturba Medical College (KMC), Manipal
  11. Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), Delhi
  12. Bangalore Medical College (BMC) and Research Centre, Bangalore
  13. University College of Medical Science & GTB Hospital, new Delhi
  14. Amrita Institute of Medical Science & Research Institute (AIMS), Cochin
  15. Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata
  16. Government Medical College, Chandigarh
  17. Gandhi Medical College, Secunderabad
  18. M.S.Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore
  19. Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore
  20. K S Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore
  21. Dayanand Medical College & Hospital, Ludhiana
  22. Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belagavi
  23. Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute Of Medical Sciences, Bareilly
  24. Maharishi Markandeswar Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research, Ambala

Source: Outlook India

About Indian Colleges

As of 2017, there are 460 medical colleges in India where qualifications are recognised by the Medical Council of India. As a result these medical schools have a combined capacity to provide medical education for much as 63,985 students. The Medical Council of India’s motto is to provide quality medical care to all Indians through promotion and maintenance of excellence in medical education.


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