NEET-PG 2021 on 11th September: 1.6 lakh candidates Appear

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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET post-graduated held on September 11, 1.6 lakh candidates appeared at 679 canters in 270 cities throughout the country. The exam was rescheduled due to Covid-19. This time candidates appeared following Covid protocols sincerely.

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG 2021 examination process was held at 679 centres in 270 cities on September 11. 1.6 candidates appeared for this examination with obeying all the covid-19 protocols.

Before this, the exam was postponed twice due to the pandemic situation. At first, the NEET-PG was decided to be held on January 10 but was rescheduled for April 18 due to covid-19.

However, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor claimed that surfaced difficulties because of the last-minute initiative of changing centres.

The Executive Director of the National Board of Examination in Medical Science (NBEMS), Professor Pawanindra Lal, stated two centres changed- Sonipat and Panipat. Due to its security, the candidates were shifted to Delhi.

Medical Dialogues reported the disagreement of centre allocation and other doctors and medical associations coming forth with their significant concerns summoning the option of a centre alternation.

Another side, many students could not appear due to drastic weather. Several parts of the northern part of India face heavy morning rainfall, with Delhi having the torrential flow out coming obstacles for candidates attending their exam centres.

Professor Lal stated that all responsibility was to inform every candidate individually through phone calls, emails and SMS to verify they download and print the latest admit card with the new centre and arrive at the destination on time.

Meanwhile, persuading the authorities to conduct an obstacle-free examination process, the association mentioned that this examination pattern is not likeable for candidates and asked the government to reconsider the design.

The absent candidates stated that the NEET PG 2021 question paper was straightforward. The NEET PG question paper contained 200 multiple choice questions, and the time duration was three hours thirty minutes.

Such questions were taken from Pre-Clinical, Clinical, and Para-Clinical topics taught in the MBBS syllabus.

Another side, according to specialists of NEET PG 2021 Exam Analysis, the rate of clinical, image-based and one-liner questions was 40%, 20% and 40%, respectively.

Most of the questions were asked from general medicine, preventive and social medicine and pharmacology as well. The broad category likely had the opportunity to go above 260 this time, reported by Times Now.

In the candidate’s opinions, the number of questions was reduced to 200 this year; the paper was easy compared to INICET. No multiple match questions were provided in writing.

Indian Express reported that no question was asked from the Covid-19, even in this pandemic situation.

In changing examination centres for some candidates just a day ago, Dr Rohan said that they were demanding centre change options for whole aspirants as everyone has to face the opportunity.

At the last moment for some aspirants were an irrational move from the NBE, and they should come up with a solution for those candidates.

According to review analysis, the minimum number of questions was from Forensic Medicine, Ophthalmology and ENT.

Many questions were from the predicted topics ophthalmology, dermatology, biochemistry and PSM. Only 5% of questions were repetitive, the questions from the clinical scenario were straightforward as well.

However, 1.6 lakh candidates were provided protective gears comprising a face shield, hand sanitiser and mask as precautions during this pandemic.

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