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No. V.11025/35/2012-MEP(Pt.)
Government of India Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi Dated the 22nd December, 2017 


The Government has introduced a common entrance examination viz. National Entrance cum Eligibility Test (NEET) for admission to all medical courses including Super Speciality courses in the country through amendment in the IMC Act, 1956. The Postgraduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000 have also been amended to provide for common counselling on All India basis by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), MoHFW for admission to Super Speciality courses.  The Eligibility for DM/M.Ch courses is prescribed under the Post Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000.  For example, the prior requirement for DM (Cardiology) is MD (Medicine), MD (Paediatrics), MD (Respiratory Medicine).  Thus, unlike NEET, UG and NEET, PG where the eligibility is common as being class-XII and MBBS respectively, in case of NEET (SS) it varies from subject to subject.  NEET (SS), 2017 was conducted Broad Speciality wise and a common merit list was prepared for admission to the Super Speciality course for which such Broad Specialities were feeder courses.  The Ministry is examining the manner of conduct of NEET (SS) 2018.  It has been decided to obtain views/comments of all concerned to enable the Ministry to take an informed decision as Super Speciality courses is the highest level of professional excellence in medical field.  Comments are, therefore, invited on the manner of conducting NEET (SS) in 2018.  The options under consideration at present are:

i) Broad Speciality wise NEET (SS) – a candidate competes in his/her respective speciality and for counselling, a single merit list will be prepared after moderation between various eligible subjects for the SS course.

ii) Super Speciality wise NEET (SS) - there will be an exam for every Super Speciality course in which the candidates from the eligible Broad Speciality will be allowed to participate.  It has been suggested that a candidate may be allowed to opt to appear in a limited number of SS courses and not all courses for which he may be otherwise eligible so as to prevent blocking of seats at the time of counselling.  The result will be prepared Super Speciality wise without any need for scaling/moderation between various subjects.

iii) NEET  (SS) on  the  basis  of  MBBS an  option  could  be  to  conduct  exam  on  the  basis of  a MBBS level  paper  of  higher  order  difficulty.    This  could  be  a  common  paper  for  all  candidates  who would be  allotted SS  courses as per their eligibility  and score  in the  exam. The  views  on  the  above,  or  any  other  s mepsection examination  may  be  given  at using  bulk email  services  will  not be considered

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