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The National Board of Examination has published the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Postgraduate (NEET-PG) 2021 admit card. Candidates of MS, MD, and other PG diploma courses can check the official website nbe.edu.in. The process of issuing the admit cards will be completed in 1 or 2 days. The entrance exam will be conducted on April 18, 2021. The registered aspirants will have to log into the NBE online portal using their username and password to receive their admit cards. NBE had also published the exam-day guidelines for NEET-PG candidates along with COVID-19 guidelines.

NBE had circulated the NEET-PG 2021 brochure before the exam which has listed out several instructions to be obeyed by the candidates on the day of the exam.

What are the Documents Required on NEET-PG 2021 Exam-Day?

The applicants have to carry their NEET-PG admit card, a photo-ID which can contain a driving license, passport, aadhar card, or a valid license.

Students must carry a registration certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC).

The foreign nationals will need to keep their passport and proof of being a medical practitioner in their country.

All you need to know for NEET-PG Exam-Day

Students must report to the exam hall by 3:00 pm. After, no candidate will be permitted entry into the hall.
Candidates must note that the name and details referred to photo ID matches the details in NEET PG 2021 admit card. If there are any discrepancies, one is instructed to bring relevant documents to show the change of details.
Aspirants have to paste a current photograph on the NEET PG admit card 2021 under the below-mentioned specifications.

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR NEET PG 2021

NEET-PG candidates are not allowed to carry certain items inside the exam hall. They have been notified to follow the instructions given by NBE to avoid any last-minute dispute.

They are not allowed to carry stationery items like paper, pen, pen drive, writing pad, eraser. Any electronic device like a tablet, calculator, mobile phones, watches, Bluetooth, etc. Ornaments like earrings, rings, chains, and bangles. Other items like belts, wallets, and goggles. Any eatable items, whether opened or packed.

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