The New NEET PG 2024 Exam Date to be Announced by This Date, says Dharmendra Pradhan

The New NEET PG 2024 Exam Date to be Announced by This Date, says Dharmendra Pradhan

The NEET PG 2024 exam date has been postponed due to concerns about the integrity of competitive exams in the country. The new date will be announced soon.

NEET PG 2024 Exam Date Announcement

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, Postgraduate (NEET PG) exam date for 2024 is expected to be announced by Monday or Tuesday, as stated by the Union Education Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan.

The exam was initially scheduled for June 23, 2024, but was postponed due to recent allegations of question paper leaks and irregularities.

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) will be responsible for announcing the new exam date, and it is anticipated to be released early next week.The postponement of the NEET PG exam was a precautionary measure taken by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in light of recent allegations regarding the integrity of competitive examinations.

The decision to defer the exam was made to ensure the sanctity of the examination process and the best interests of the students.The NBE chief, Dr. Abhijat Sheth, has assured that the new exam dates will be announced very shortly, and the SOPs and protocols will be reviewed as soon as possible to ensure fair conduct of the examinations.

The NEET PG exam is a crucial step for medical students seeking admission to postgraduate medical programs in government and private medical colleges across the country.

The announcement of the new exam date is eagerly awaited by aspiring candidates, and the Ministry’s decision to postpone the exam reflects its commitment to maintaining the integrity of the examination process.

The National Board of Examinations will be responsible for announcing the new exam date, and the SOPs and protocols will be reviewed to ensure fair conduct of the examinations.

NEET PG 2024 Exam Pattern (Changed) & Cutoff

The exam is conducted by NBE for admission to various postgraduate medical courses. The exam pattern has been changed and there will be a sectional time limit. The qualifying marks are 50 percentile for general category and 40-45 percentile for reserved categories.

The difficulty level of the exam is expected to be higher this year.

The expected cutoff for general category is 240+ and for reserved categories it is 245+. A score above 500 out of 800 is considered good and can help you rank between 4867-12008.

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