MCI proposes national eligibility test for PG courses

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MCI proposes national eligibility test for PG courses:
New Delhi, Apr 25 (PTI) In line with its decision to revamp medical education in the country, the Medical Council of India has proposed to hold National Eligibility cum Entrance tests for (NEET) Post Graduate and Super Speciality courses in a changed format from next year.
A total of 1,50,000 under graduate candidates, who have completed internship, or those expecting to complete by March 31, 2012 will be eligible to take the NEET for entrance to Post Graduate courses.
It will be notified in August 2011 with applications collected by September end, MCI sources said.
The admit cards will be dispatched by the middle of November, The examination will be online type conducted in the middle of January, 2012 and the number of sessions will be finalised after the feasibility is explored.
The MD/MS courses will commence from May 2, 2012.
Source: PTI

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