NEET PG Results 2017: Seat allotment list released at mcc.nic.in
According to reports, nearly 5, 598 candidates have been allotted seats in various colleges across the country for the medical courses.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET PG) 2017 results were declared on January 13 on the official website, the link for which is nbe.edu.in
The examination was held in 86 test centers at 41 cities from December 5th to 13th, 2016.
How to check the list:
- Log on to the official website, mcc.nic.in
- Click on ‘PG Medical Counselling’
- Click on ‘Allotment Result Round 1’
- Enter your roll number or testing ID in the space provided
- Click to submit
- List will be displayed
- Download and take print out of the same for future reference
This year, the selection of NEET PG candidates has been made on the basis of their All India NEET PG ranking for the 50 per cent All India Quota (AIQ) medical seats across the country.
It is important to note that 50 per cent of these seats will filled through the two rounds of counselling conducted by MCC till May 9.
The vacant seats will be submitted back to respective states, which then will be filled by
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 for Post Graduate (PG) course will be held from December 5 to 13, 2016 in the online mode and the result will released on Jan 15, 2017.
How to check the NEET PG results:
In order to check the same, all the candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps:
- Log on to the official website
- Click on relevant link
- Enter all the required details in a prescribed format
- Click to submit
- Results will be displayed
- Take a printout of the same for future reference.
NEET PG 2017 Paper Pattern:
- The syllabus for the exam comprised of subjects/knowledge areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by the Medical Council of India with prior approval of the Government of India.
- The examination included multiple choice questions exam delivered on computer based platform (CBT)
- The paper consisted of 300 multiple choices, single correct response questions in English language only
- The total duration of the examination was 3 hours 30 minutes
- There was no negative marking.