Delayed NEET PG and Final PG Examination, PG students to continue as residents until a fresh batch joins-NMC

Advisory by NMC regarding Final Year Postgraduate [Diploma/ MD/MS] students in view of the extraordinary situation due to a surge of COVID -19 cases. NMC decision has been taken to ensure that there would not be any shortage of residents to deal with the situation in Medical colleges.

All PG medical students will continue their services as resident doctors as per the recent advisory of the National Medical Commission (NMC). Final year examination of postgraduate courses [Diploma/MD/MS] has been delayed in many Colleges/ institutions. The decision was made to ensure that there is no shortage of residents to deal with the COVID-19 epidemic.

NEET-PG examination for admission to postgraduate courses has been delayed. Consequently, the commencement of academic session 2021-22 will be delayed and a new batch of PG students would be available to join their respective colleges after counselling which will be held after NEET-PG Entrance.

All Medical Institutions, including Central/State/UT government or Private , are advised to continue with availability of accommodation and Payment of Stipend; to all such Final Year postgraduate students during this extended period.