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Various Online NEET PG MOCK TEST Compared-Last Update 1st October

Various online NEET PG Mock tests are compared here with there cost and some information: Please share this on facebook so that others can also take benefit from it and please tell which one is you are joining.
Best Luck for Exam!

1) FREE Online NEET PG MOCK Test





  1. You can register yourself for the FREE ONLINE MOCK PG MEDICAL ENTRANCE EXAM with Neet-PG just by filling the registration form once only.
  2. Click on ‘New User’ link on the Neet-PG home page to fill up the registration form.
  3. Please make sure to fill up all the mandatory fields.
  4. Please note that you will only receive your Exam ID if the Email- ID is correctly entered in the registration form.
  5. It is therefore very important to enter your permanent Email ID without any spelling or typographic mistake.
  6. Check your inbox/Bulk Mail for receiving your confidential Exam ID, which will be sent to you by Neet-PG after successful registration.
  7. For appearing for the FREE ONLINE MOCK PG MEDICAL ENTRANCE EXAM, return to the Neet-PG home page and click on ‘Start Exam’.
  8. Enter your Email ID and Exam ID in the appropriate box for initiating the exam.
  9. Note: It is preferable to copy the Exam ID from your inbox and paste it in the mandatory field for avoiding errors. The exam will not initiate till both EMAIL ID and EXAM ID are correctly typed.
  10. You will be able to take one and only one exam using one EXAM ID.
  11. For every subsequent exam you will have to click on ‘Registered User’ on the Home Page and enter your Email ID only and click on the Submit button. Soon a new Exam ID will be sent to your Email Address. Please wait for the Exam ID, to be received in your inbox/bulk mail. Do not hurry to register again. You shall not be permitted to receive another Exam Id till you have utilized one Exam id.
  12. After clicking on ‘Start Exam’ choose the difficulty level from EASY, NORMAL AND DIFFICULT.
  13. Please note that you will be provided only 3 Hours and 30 minutes only, for attempting the questions. After the completion of the stipulated time, a summary of your answers will be generated automatically.
  14. The question paper is designed as per the protocol of the ALL INDIA POST GRADUATE MEDICAL ENTRACE EXAM containing 300 questions of all the subjects from Anatomy to Surgery and the number of questions in each section is also as per the protocol of AINeet-PG.
  15. You can MARK those questions about which your are doubtful. MARKING can be done by clicking on the box provided on the upper left corner of the web page. You can return to answer these marked questions once a SUMMARY is generated and the time limit is not over.
  16. All the unattempted questions will be considered as SKIPPED and no marks will be allotted for the same.
  17. There will be negative marking for all the wrongly answered questions (0.25 %).
  18. Click on ‘FINISH’ button if you complete the exam before the allotted time.
  19. You can return to answer the MARKED and SKIPPED questions from the SUMMARY by clicking on particular question numbers once a SUMMARY is generated and if the allotted time is not over.
  20. Click on ‘ACCEPT’ for getting a detailed MARKSHEET.
  21. You can Review your Previous Mark Sheet to see your progress by clicking on the Previous Marks Button on the Mark Sheet Page.
  22. The Summary will be generated only if you have balance in your allotted time, otherwise Mark Sheet will be generated straight away.
  23. Click on ‘REVIEW QUESTIONS’ on your MARKSHEET page for getting the correct answer, explanation and reference from the standard textbooks for the questions, which are wrongly answered or skipped.
  24. Click on ‘FINISH’ to discontinue at any stage of the exam or if you answer all the questions before the completion of 3 hours and 30 minutes.




Cost: 2000/-

Dear students,

In view of the NEET PG coming into existence from this year, we at IAMS parivar would like to help you in the preparation for this exam being held in November & December.

Our endeavor is to acquaint and familiarize you with the new technology of computer based testing in the country. Please note that the subjects of evaluation remain the same. The thrust on basic sciences like anatomy, psychology and biochemistry increases in the new NEET PG Examination. The newly started IAMS NEET PG Mock Test Series takes care of all these proposed changes. The test would comprise of 240 questions to be completed in 180 minutes along with initial 15 minutes exam preview time.

Our endeavor is to revise all the subjects in the next 6 weeks test sessions starting Sunday, 29 th September 2012. The FTS Series and the RMTS will be on as per schedule.

The IAMS NEET PG Mock Test Series is available on the website –

IAMS NEET PG Mock SeriesStarting From29 Sep 2012Test FrequencyEvery SaturdayTest Duration3 hoursTotal Questions (as per NEET Pattern)240Total Test in IAMS Mock SeriesFive (Each Saturday)Medium of TestEnglish & Computer based testAccess URLwww.iamsonline.inFee for IAMSonians (Regular/Crash/Foundation Students)FreeFee for IAMSonians (Internet Courses)FreeFee for IAMSonians (Postal Courses)Rs 2000/-Fee for others (non IAMS Students)Rs 2000/-Ranks AvailableNoExplanation AvailbleNoScore Card at End of TestYes

  • Registrations have started for NEET-PG Mock Series from 24/09/2012 and onwards. Students can pay online and get their accounts activated.
  • For More information write to

Steps to Follow for writing IAMS NEET-PG Mock Online1. Register yourself at

2. Pay Rs 2000/- at for IOES NEET-PG Mock Series

3. Log into your IOES Account (created at step one)

4. Upgrade your membership by filling payment details5. Start writing test from saturday.




Cost: 1500?-

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4) Vidyasagar NEET PG MOCK Test




  • 10 Model Test Paper based on NEET-PG/AIPGE
  • 1 NEET-PG Mock, 1 AIIMS November Mock Complimentary
  • Explanatory answers with references from latest edition of books
  • 2200 MCQs for practice through test papers
  • Coverage of all subjects
  • All India ranking for all tests with high predictive value at actual NEET-PG
  • Live center option for students at designated Vidyasagar centers in Maharashtra and in major towns/cities in India
  • Home/pure correspondence option available for all students
  • Pure Online Testing also available
  • Web support
Course commencing : October, 2012

Course Fee

Basic Fees + Service Tax

Live : Rs. 3,500/- + 12.36% S.T.

Home : Rs. 3,000/- + 12.36% S.T.

Online : Rs. 2,750/- + 12.36% S.T.

How to Join

Option 1 : Visit Vidyasagar Center in Maharashtra and make payment of fees through cash, cheque or Demand Draft payable
at Mumbai.

Option 2 : Send Demand Draft of fees directly to Head Office in favour of Vidyasagar Panacea payable at Mumbai by courier.

Option 3 : Pay at any Punjab National Bank branch all over India, directly into the Vidyasagar Panacea bank account.
Punjab National Bank Account number to be credited is 0060001500001016.

Please send to us the filled and signed admission form along with student copy of the Punjab National Bank pay-in-slip, stapled together. Do not forget to write name of student and course enrolled, with course code behind the pay-in slip. Can be emailed to

Whichever option you choose, Admission form fully filled and signed with 2 passport size photos and relevant documents (to justify fee concessions) has to accompany the fee.

5) Gate To Medicine Online NEET PG MOCK Test



Cost:- 1950/-


No of questions in this package : 4697
Think Detail Article Count: 2551

6) EduLanche NEET PG Online MOCK TEST



Cost:-100 rs/ test



AIIMS & NEET PG MOCK EXAMS: AIIMS &  NEET Model Mock exams will be conducted on third Sunday of every month with All India ranking. The exam will be available online for 7 consecutive days i.e., from Sunday 6AM to Saturday 6AM for Premium users with access to Answer key, Explanations & AI Ranking.


Course Includes Introductory Offer! Code
NEET PG MOCK EXAM Sept. Free 1 Exam Free access to the online test and AI ranking! . MCKE09Free
NEET PG MOCK EXAM Sept. Paid 1 Exam Rs.100/- Access Answer Key & Explanations after the test. SKU90001
NEET PG MOCK EXAM Oct. 1 Exam Rs. 100/- SKU90002
NEET PG MOCK EXAM Nov. 1 Exam Rs. 100/- SKU90003
NEET PG MOCK EXAM Dec. 1 Exam Rs. 100/- SKU90004
NEET PG MOCK EXAM Jan. 1 Exam Rs. 100/- SKU90005

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Tests will be added soon…

8) Dr. Bhatia Online NEET PG Mock Test




Our Next Grand Test GT 112 held on Sunday, 7th October 2012

NEET Pattern Confirmed

Lookout for NEET Pattern Practice Tests at our website from 1st October (It is complimentry for All)

Give online exam alongh with regular testseries by paying Rs 2000/- Only for 2012


AIIMS Announces All India Medicine Quiz From 2012 Onward


AIIMS Announces All India Medicine Quiz From 2012 Onward


Official Notice:


AIIMS Medical Quiz: Invitation
Dear Sir/ Madam,
We  are  pleased  to  announce  that  this  year  onwards,  All  India  Institute  of  Medical
Sciences,  New  Delhi,  will  be  organizing  the  “AIIMS  MEDICAL  QUIZ”  for  MBBS final
professional students throughout the country.
This  quiz  aims  to  promote  scholastic  excellence  and  competence through  healthy  and
fair competition and at the same time, provide a venue for interaction amongst students
from colleges/institutes all over India. This initiative is a part of organizational goal to
promote  academic  and  professional  excellence  in  all  of  its  endeavours  and  develop
medical professionals.
AIIMS is honoured to invite your college/institute as one of the participants in the quiz.
Should  your  college/institute  be  interested  to  join,  we  have  attached  the  details,
mechanics and the nomination form for your convenience. Please note that the first
50 entries (teams, each team comprising of two students) will be taken in for next
round, strictly on a first come first served basis.
We are looking forwards to your active participation and appreciate your contribution
in supporting our mission of upholding academic excellence.
We are hoping for your favourable response. Thank you very much.
Prof RV Azad
Prof RC Deka
New Delhi
Prof RV Azad
AIIMS Medical Quiz
Dr Rakesh Yadav
Sub Dean (Academic)
Member Secretary,
AIIMS Medical Quiz2
Nomination Form
AllMS Medical Quiz 2012
Organized by
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Name of the college/ institute:
We hereby nominate following students of MBBS final Professional of our
college/institute to participate in AllMS Medical Quiz 2012.
SN  Name of the Student  Semester Roll No. Signature of
Signature of the College/ Institute’s Head
Seal/Stamp with date
Important to note:
¾ Please send the nomination form on or before 17th
September 2012, by speed
post/registered post/FAX and e­mail with scanned copy of the nomination
form on the address given on the next page.
¾ Students are required to carry their Photo ID card issued by their present
college/ institute authority for verification and a copy of the nomination form. 3
AllMS Medical Quiz 2012: Rules & regulations
1. General
From this year onwards, AIIMS will organise “AIIMS MEDICAL QUIZ” as an annual event. This
quiz will be open for all the MBBS final professional students. There will be three rounds to choose
the winners of this quiz.
2. Rounds
2.1. Round 1
First 50 teams (100 students) will be selected from all over India, and the selection will be based on
recommendations from Dean/ Principal/ Vice Chancellor of colleges/ institutes, on a First Come First
Served basis, which will be decided on the date and time of e-mail received. This e-mail should be
sent from the Dean/ Principal/ Vice Chancellor, and must include a scanned copy of the nomination
form. The hard copy is essential for documentation and verification purposes.
Any e-mails from students themselves are not acceptable in this regard.
Only one entry (team of 2 students) per college/ institute will be accepted.
2.2. Round 2
These 50 teams (100 students) will appear for a written examination at AIIMS, New Delhi, which will
be organised during PULSE 2012. The examination will include MCQs only.
On the basis of the results of Round 2, the top SIX teams (12 students) will qualify for the final round.
These six teams will be provided free accommodation at AIIMS till the final round (Round 3).
2.3. Round 3
Round 3 will be the final and deciding round, and will be organised on 25
September 2012, at J L N
Auditorium, AIIMS, New Delhi.
3. Prizes
¾ FIRST: Rs 1,00,000 only
¾ SECOND: Rs 75,000 only
¾ THIRD: Rs 50,000 only
4. Important dates to remember :
• Last date of receipt of nominations by speed post/registered
post/FAX and by email with scanned copy of nomination form
September 2012
• Round 2 at AIIMS (at 10 am)
• Declaration of results of Round 2 (at 5 pm)
September 2012
September 2012
• Round 3 (Final round) at AIIMS 25
September 2012

5. Address for correspondence :
a) Dr Rakesh Yadav,
Sub Dean (Academic),
Teaching block,
AIIMS, New Delhi 110029
b) E mail :
c) FAX : 011-26588641, 26588663
We strongly recommend quick correspondence via e-mail with scanned copy of nomination
form to ensure your entry/notification of acceptance is within time.


Another Blog by 2008 Batch Students Exclusively For Quiz Related Information

Ameya and Pankaj Jeswani of 2008 batch have taken an initiative by making a new blog exclusively for Quiz Related information, their blog is called as QUIZ CLUB and you can visit it at

Hope they will keep the site updated.

Research Orientation for Students Interested in Research.

Research Orientation Programme

Research Orientation


Case 1

NB:- Please Note This cases are from the MEDSCAPE. I’ve no credit in making this cases.Thanks.

A 14-Year-Old Girl With a Systolic Murmur and Ventricular Extrasystole


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Figure 1.
A 14-year-old girl with no significant medical history is referred to a cardiologist by her primary care provider (PCP) after he notes a murmur during a routine physical examination. Her birth history is unremarkable, she has no family history of heart disease, and she reports normal exercise tolerance. Two months before presentation, however, the patient did experience a viral illness, with high fevers, cough, and fatigue.

On physical examination, her body weight and height fall in the 50th percentile for her age. A check of her vital signs shows a pulse of 90 bpm and a blood pressure of 120/70 mm Hg. Her lungs are clear to auscultation and normal respiratory effort is noted. A cardiac examination demonstrates a 1/6 soft systolic murmur along the left sternal border, without radiation. The peripheral arterial pulses in the upper and lower extremities are palpable and normal. No hepatosplenomegaly is found, and the remainder of the physical examination is unremarkable.

A 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) is performed, which reveals 1 ventricular extrasystolic beat but is otherwise unremarkable. Laboratory tests, including a complete blood cell count (CBC), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), electrolytes, serum glucose, serum creatinine, blood urea nitrogen, creatine kinase, lactate dehydrogenase, and liver transaminases, are all within normal limits. A chest radiograph is obtained and is normal. A second, prolonged ECG that is performed both while the patient is resting and during exercise reveals normal findings, without any extrasystole. The patient undergoes 24-hour Holter monitoring, which demonstrates rare monomorphic, monotopic ventricular extrasystoles. A 2-dimensional echocardiography examination is then performed, which reveals a V-shaped hyperechogenic mass in the right ventricle (see Figure 1) that appears firmly attached to the ventricular wall.

What is the mass in the right ventricle?

Hint: Look closely at the result of the 2-dimensional transthoracic echocardiography (Figure 1).

1,Cardiac lipoma
2,Right ventricular thrombus
3.Valvular vegetation
4.Rheumatoid nodule


Echocardiography revealed a hyperechogenic mass in the right ventricle of the heart that consisted of 2 parts: a spindle-shaped section approximately 3.5 cm long that radiated towards the apical side of the right ventricle, and a second section in the muscular portion of the interventricular septum. Both portions were about 1 cm wide and were attached firmly to the heart structures. No blood flow or right ventricular outflow obstruction was observed.

Cardiac lipomas are rare, benign, well-encapsulated tumors arising primarily from the myocardium or within a cardiac chamber. These types of cardiac masses are usually found in adult patients, but they can affect patients of all ages. These tumors consist of mature fat cells; they most commonly occur in the atrial septum as part of lipomatous hypertrophy of the interatrial septum. Occasionally, mature fat cells are intermingled with vacuolated, multilobulated fat cells. Diverse benign lipomatous lesions of the heart can be distinguished from one another based upon the size of the tumor and location: solitary, well-defined lipomas and its variants, intramuscular and intermuscular lipomas (infiltrating lipomas); subendocardial lipomas (large polypoid masses) with intracavity extension; lipomatous hypertrophy of the atrial septum, which is associated with myocardial atrophy and fibrosis; and extremely rare multiple large lipomas encircling the whole heart.

Among pediatric patients, primary cardiac neoplasms include rhabdomyoma (78%), fibroma (11%), pericardial teratoma (2%), epicardial lipoma (2%), multicystic hamartoma (2%), and unspecified tumors (5%).[1] Most primary pediatric tumors are diagnosed within the first year of life.[2]

Cardiac lipomas have no sex predilection.[3] These tumors are frequently found during some diagnostic procedure but, rarely, they may present with heart murmur or arrhythmia in a previously healthy child.[2] Subendocardial lipomas with intracavity extension may cause valve stenosis or insufficiency, while multiple large lipomas may compromise cardiac chambers. Lipomatous hypertrophy of the atrial septum, usually seen in advanced age, can cause cardiac arrhythmias. Conduction abnormalities can be evaluated by electrophysiology testing and may be amenable to radiofrequency ablation. Chest radiography may demonstrate the effects of intracardiac obstruction with features of pulmonary edema; however, it is more common to have a normal appearance.

Initially, cardiac lipomas are often best evaluated by echocardiography. Areas behind the sternum, ribs, or lungs cannot be visualized adequately, and acoustic windows limit the structures imaged on any single plane or view, but the benefit of echocardiography is its portability and ease of use for a first-look approach to cardiac pathology. In patients with poor-quality transthoracic echocardiograms, transesophageal echocardiography usually provides better images, especially of masses in or adjacent to the left atrium. Differentiation of left atrial masses from thrombus may also be best achieved by using transesophageal echocardiography. Echocardiography permits the initial diagnosis of the heart mass. It is a relatively inexpensive and noninvasive method for monitoring the evolution of a mass, and it can be used to direct potential therapies.

Because they provide a larger field of view and greater anatomic detail, magnetic resonance imaging, (MRI), magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), and computed tomography (CT) scanning are preferred over echocardiography for cases that are less straightforward or for cases in which acoustic access is restricted. CT is accurate but requires the use of radiation and contrast material. In suitable patients, MRI has the fewest limitations, provided that the patient can remain calm during the examination.[4] Contrast-enhanced MRI may define the extent of the tumor, but it is limited in its ability to discern benign from malignant disease. Cardiac contractility can be evaluated using MRI.[5] In recent studies, echocardiography has been reported to be as useful as CT or MRI in evaluating cardiac masses. The imaging planes of CT or MRI are limited to those allowed by angulations of the gating; additionally, they are susceptible to motion artifacts, which occur more commonly in the pediatric population.[6]

Some cardiac masses may not be tumors. Pseudotumors are abnormalities that mimic tumors and include thrombus or variants of cardiac anatomy (eg, prominent pulmonary vein orifice, valvular vegetation, thrombus within a left ventricular aneurysm, lipomatous hypertrophy of the interatrial septum, rheumatoid nodule, ruptured chordae tendineae, tumors outside the heart and pericardium).[7,8] When a cardiac mass is found, an endomyocardial biopsy should always be performed even if the tumor appears benign. Lipomas are typically surrounded by a capsule that makes them easy to delineate. In cases of cardiac lipoma, an endomyocardial biopsy should demonstrate mature fatty tissue cells with interlacing muscle fibers. Because normal fat deposition in the epicardium increases with advancing age, the clinician should take care to firmly establish the diagnosis of cardiac lipoma in an adult. Such deposition is primarily observed in the anterior surface of the ventricles, the anterior interventricular groove, and along the apical course of the coronary arteries. Excessive fat deposition is usually accompanied by fatty infiltration of the myocardium of the right ventricle and interatrial groove.

Surgical resection remains the treatment of choice for symptomatic lipomas. Incidental tumors can be resected, with generally good results. Surgical intervention is usually required only for children who develop relevant clinical symptoms resulting from large tumor masses or unfavorable localization of the tumor.[9] Lipomas grow very slowly and usually do not require resection. When surgical excision of the lipoma is necessary but the location of the lipoma is not favorable, complete surgical correction may require ventricular reconstruction with a dynamic radiomyoplasty procedure.[10] The malignant transformation of cardiac lipomas has never been convincingly documented, but the recurrence of resected lipomas has been reported.[11] Sudden death from lipoma is rare and has only been reported in cases of lipomas located in the right atrial appendage or in more diffuse fatty infiltrates of the myocardium.[12,13]

In the patient in this case, an endomyocardial biopsy demonstrated mature fatty tissue cells with interlacing muscle fibers. Thoracic CT scanning was performed (Figure 2) over 4 years after her initial echocardiogram to monitor for progression. The scan revealed a hypodense expansive mass in the form of an inverse letter V, with an absorptive coefficient of fatty tissue (-50 to -75 Hounsfield units, which is consistent with adipose tissue). A repeat transthoracic echocardiogram (Figure 3) was also performed at this time, which revealed an excellent view of the lipoma as a hyperechogenic mass involving the apical part of the right ventricle, the muscular part of the interventricular septum, the anterior papillary muscle of the right ventricle, and a small part of the right ventricular wall near the tricuspid valve. The tricuspid and pulmonary valves were intact. Because this patient remained asymptomatic and the growth of the tumor was very slow, surgical excision of the tumor was not planned at that time.

NEET PG Entrance Test Syllabus and the Course

NEET – PG 2012 Entrance Examination:

• Common syllabus throughout the country

Subject wise allocation of marks:

• In PG entrance examination, distribution of marks would be as per relevance of the subjects, with

clinical subjects carrying more weight age than pre and paraclinical subjects.

Type of Paper/Questions:

• The PG and DM/MCh entrance examination papers would have multiple types of MCQs, namely

single response (Section A – 60%), multiple T/F, images, assertion/reasoning questions and patient

management questions (Section B – 40%).

Generation of questions & preparation of validated question bank:

• In case of PG and DM/ MCh entrance , there will be a single paper of 180 questions of 3 hours


• Each question will carry one mark. There will be negative marking for wrong answer (0.25 marks).

• Questions generated during dedicated workshop sessions would be validated by a second

independent group. A minimum of 2000 questions need to be made in the beginning and this bank can

be gradually increased.



Setting of Question Paper:

• In PG and DM/ MCh entrance examination, there will be a single paper of 180 questions of 3 hours

duration. Each question will carry one mark.

Conduct of Examination:

• The PG entrance exam would be conducted at the end of the internship in Mid January- mid

February as is the current practice. In future the common exam will be held at the start of internship

as candidates.

• Candidates who have completed internship or those expecting to complete by March 31, 2012 will be

eligible to take the examination.

• It will be notified in August 2011 with applications collected by September end.

• The admit cards will be dispatched by middle of November 2011.

• The examination will be online type conducted in the middle of January, 2012 and the number of

sessions etc. will be finalized after the feasibility is explored.

• The MD/MS courses will commence from May 2, 2012.

• The candidates aspiring for direct 5-year Neurosurgery and neurology super-specialty or similar

courses will have to take this NEET-PG examination for the courses commencing in August.

• There will be a common paper with 180 MCQs at MBBS standard to be answered in 3 hours.

Examination centers:

• Centers would allocated depending on the number of applicants from each region.

• To prevent impersonation biometric data (finger prints, photo and signature) of each candidate

would be collected and matched at the time of admission. This work can be outsourced to agencies

involved in conducting other large scale national level examinations.


• Presently minimum of 50% marks are required by a general candidate and 40% by other categories

for admission.

• The merit list may be prepared using percentile score and there may not be any cut-off level. Both

all India and state wise lists will be prepared and sent to respective Governments to fill the All-India

and state seats.

Tie Breaks:

• For PG entrance examination, tie break will be resolved by marks in Section B (patient management

questions) and student scoring higher marks will be placed higher. If there is still a tie it will be

resolved by marks in the assertion/reasoning questions.

Online Conduct of Examinations :

• For DM/MCH & PG entrance examination, it may be possible to conduct online examination as the

numbers of candidates are low.

Cost of Examination and fees:

• In PG entrance examination, an application fee of Rs. 3000 would be charged. The cost of conduct of

examination will be approximately Rs. 1000 per student besides cost of generating a question bank


• If online exam is done than the charges may be higher: An application fee of Rs 5000 would be

charged. The cost of examination will be approximately Rs 4000 per student besides cost of

generating a question bank.

Note :

1. Only MCI or a body designated by it will be responsible for conduct of the examination and

preparation of national and state merit lists.

2. It may be noted that Jammu and Kashmir and Andhra Pradesh are protected by articles 371A and

371D of Constitution of India respectively (Presidential order). Accordingly, the two states will not be

participating the national pool.




3. An independent examination cell with a controller of examination will need to be to maintain the

components related to confidentiality. Controller of examinations would be full-time senior medical

specialist with experience in MCQ-based examinations and related information technology issues.

a. The examination cell shall be in the premises of MCI with costs of infrastructure development and

maintenance recovered from the examination fee.

b. For software development, a request for proposal (RFP) will be prepared and forwarded to the 3

software companies shortlist during technical evaluation by MCI on an earlier occasion.


of first NEET-PG 2012 “2000” question bank preparation)


Members Of Examination Working Group (For The Very First NEET – PG 2012 “2000

Question Bank Preparation”)

• Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh – 160012 ,

• Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Dhanvantri Nagar,


• Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre,Bhopal

• Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Raibarelly, Lucknow

• All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029

• Lady Hardinge Medical College,Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001

• Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), Hyderabad

• S.M.S. Medical College, JLN Marg, Jaipur-302004 (Rajasthan)


COLLEGE etc.. PG entrance test in year 2012?

ANS : No. There will be only one NEET PG 2012.

FAQ : Will there be DNB-CET 2012?

ANS : No

FAQ : Is it possible to take admission in a Private Medical College (UG or PG) without taking



FAQ : What about Counseling?


• There may be Multiple Counseling according to Both NATIONAL MERIT LIST and STATE WISE LIST.

• A private medical college recognized by State medical council not recognized by MCI will take


• A Private medical college recognized by MCI may take admission through NATIONAL MERIT LIST.

• DNB may conduct independent centralize Counseling according to NATIONAL MERIT LIST.(but will

not conduct any test)

• Army may conduct independent Counseling according to NATIONAL MERIT LIST.


• Millions start counting yourself.


• Big trauma to the mushroomed coaching institutes.

• Big trauma to the mushroomed various PG entrance exam guide writers.

Note :

• NEET is very similar to USMLE.

• For USMLE u need to read books like NMS, BRS, KAPLANS, HIGH YIELD etc.. type of books, which is

written by authentic professors. Not by students…

• NMS is the base book published by USMLE which provide a syllabus and study material in Medical

School in USA. (like NCERT books in secondary Board in India)

• There will be common syllabus & MCI will provide NMS like base books for MBBS & NEET in India in

near future (within 2-3 yrs.) (like NCERT books in secondary Board). That will be your base book and

syllabus for MBBS and NEET.

• Many professors may come up with their own modified and enhanced books based on common

syllabus and base books provided by MCI for MBBS.(same like BRS,KAPLANS, HIGH YIELD etc..)

Ref: 1.


3. MCI Members

NEET(Pre PG Common Entrace Test)

An Official notice form the mci.


NEET-PG: The common entrance test (CET) for admission to Medical Post-graduate Courses across the country i.e. National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Medical Postgraduate Courses – MD/MS/Diploma (NEET-PG ) shall be held in Jan-Feb 2012 for admissions in the academic year 2012-2013. The syllabus is that of MBBS described in the MCI Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, 1997. The multiple choice questions (MCQs) would be based on the MBBS syllabus as well as the knowledge that needs to be acquired during internship which is also described in the said Regulations. The distribution of questions, model questions and method of tie breaking for ranking would be placed on the website in the due course.



1) Not a feature of Stein Leventhal syndrome?

a) Incresed Androgens

b) Incresed or normal estrogen

c) Galactorrhoes

d) Increased LH


2) HPV associated with adenocarcinoma of cervix?

a) Type 6   b)18 c) 11 d)42

3) Main estrogen in reproductive year, pregnancy and Menopause(Separate for each one)?


4) After   ______ hrs of LH peak ovulation occurs.


5) First Polar body is formed at which time?


Five questions to start with. Please answer in the comments the first who will give all the five answers correctly will be the winner. If not all the five the maximum correct answerer will be the winner at the end of week. Good Luck!

Paediatric Quiz

Vidarbha level quiz of Paediatrics is held today at Yawatmal. There is no good luck here this time. Tough the team GMC was very strong and well prepared we have to wait for another year to win the trophy for GMC.



A Quiz on all 19 subjects is organized by the Students of MBBS Minor for all the students on sixth September. 6 teams will be selected on the basis of the elimination round (60 mcq) which is held just prior to the main quiz who will then participate in the main quiz.

In between the rounds there is Guest lecture by Dr. KrishnaPrasad sir, our beloved KP sir form radiology department on “How to crack PG in first attempt?”. So be there to grab every single word there on 6th september.

Venue: API Hall A

Date: 6th September

Time: 1 am

Psychiatry Quiz

Late News.

Psychiatry quiz at Hotel Tuli on 21st of Aug was one side win for GMC Nagpur. It was very amazing to see a difference of about 200 marks between 2st and second team. Congratulations Team GMC!

Patho Quiz

Intercollegiate Pathology Quiz.


26 Aug 2011

Time: 2 PM


GMC Auditorium

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