NEET PG 2024 Syllabus (Available): Check NEET PG Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology Syllabus

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation 2024 ( NEET PG )

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NEET PG 2024 syllabus is prepared by NBE. The NEET PG syllabus comprises subject areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by the Medical Council of India. It is important for a candidate to go through the syllabus of NEET PG 2024 before starting his/ her preparation as it comprises topics and subjectwise weightage. NEET PG syllabus will give the test taker an idea of the topics that he/she needs to prepare for the examination. NBE does not prescribe the syllabus of NEET PG word by word, candidates can thus refer to the syllabus prescribed by the Medical Council of India. Syllabus for NEET PG includes basically subjects which were taught in MBBS course. The syllabus of NEET PG covers topics from Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical and Clinical sections. Read the complete article to know the topics covered and other aspects related to NEET PG syllabus 2024.

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Subjects in NEET PG 2024 Syllabus

Pre-clinical Subjects

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Biochemistry

Para-Clinical Subjects

  • Pharmacology
  • Microbiology
  • Pathology
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Social and Preventive Medicine

Clinical Subjects

  • Medicine Dermatology and Venereology
  • Surgery, Orthopaedics and Anaesthesia,
  • Radiodiagnosis
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Paediatrics
  • Ophthalmology
  • ENT

Q:   Who releases NEET PG Syllabus?


NEET PG syllabus comprises subject areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by the Medical Council of India. NBE does not prescribe the syllabus of NEET PG word by word, however, candidates may refer to the syllabus prescribed by the Medical Council of India. NEET PG syllabus mainly comprises subjects and topics which are taught in MBBS course. Overall, NEET PG syllabus can be divided into clinical, pre and para clinical subjects. NEET PG syllabus helps candidates to plan what all needs to prepare for exam.


Q:   Which part is difficult in NEET PG syllabus?


As such no section is easy in NEET PG syllabus. Some candidates may find clinical section easy while others may perceive para clinical as difficult. In reality, all the three sections clinical pre and para clinical are equally difficult and candidates have to devote good amount of time to prepare in and out of every subjects. It must be noted, a good number of questions are clinical based, so this section holds huge importance. Some topics of pre and para clinical are utmost important as lots of questions are from them. Point is candidates should prepare all three sections in such manner so that 90 percent questions can be answered easily. Last year, clinical section was difficult in comparision to other two sections.


Q:   How many sections comprise NEET PG syllabus?


NEET PG syllabus mainly comprises three sections, Pre Clinical, Para clinical, and Clinical. Each section comprises different subjects which have to be prepared well to qualify NEET PG exam. The pre clinical subjects include anatomy, physiology and biochemistry. To cover para clinical section, candidates have to prepare subjects such as pharmacology, microbiology, pathology, forensic medicine, social and preventive medicine. Clinical part comprises subjects such as medicine, dermatology and venereology surgery, orthopaedics and anaesthesia, radiodiagnosis, obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics, and ophthalmology ENT.


NEET PG Syllabus 2024: Topics for Pre-Clinical Subjects

NEET PG 2024 Anatomy Syllabus

  1. Anatomical terminology
  2. General features of bones & Joints
  3. General features of Muscle
  4. General features of skin and fascia
  5. General features of the cardiovascular system
  6. General Features of lymphatic system
  7. Introduction to the nervous system
  8. Features of individual bones (Upper Limb)
  9. Pectoral region
  10. Axilla, Shoulder and Scapular region
  11. Arm & Cubital fossa
  12. Forearm & hand (General Features, Joints, radiographs & surface marking)
  13. Features of individual bones (Lower Limb)
  14. Front & Medial side of thigh
  15. Gluteal region & back of thigh
  16. Hip Joint
  17. Knee joint, Anterolateral compartment of leg & dorsum of foot
  18. Back of Leg & Sole (General Features, Joints, radiographs & surface marking)
  19. Thoracic cage
  20. Heart & Pericardium
  21. Mediastinum
  22. Lungs & Trachea
  23. Thorax
  24. Skull osteology
  25. Scalp
  26. Face & parotid region
  27. Posterior triangle of neck
  28. Cranial cavity
  29. Orbit
  30. Anterior Triangle
  31. Temporal and Infratemporal regions
  32. Submandibular region
  33. Deep structures in the neck
  34. Mouth, Pharynx & Palate
  35. Cavity of Nose
  36. Larynx
  37. Tongue
  38. Organs of hearing and equilibrium
  39. Eyeball
  40. Back Region
  41. Head & neck Joints, Histology, Development, Radiography & Surface marking
  42. Anterior abdominal wall
  43. Posterior abdominal wall
  44. Male external genitalia
  45. Abdominal cavity
  46. Pelvic wall and viscera
  47. Perineum
  48. Vertebral column
  49. Sectional Anatomy
  50. Histology & Embryology
  51. Osteology
  52. Radiodiagnosis
  53. Surface marking
  54. Meninges & CSF
  55. Spinal Cord
  56. Medulla Oblongata
  57. Pons
  58. Cerebellum
  59. Midbrain
  60. Cranial nerve nuclei & Cerebral hemispheres
  61. Ventricular System
  62. Epithelium histology
  63. Connective tissue histology
  64. Muscle histology
  65. Nervous tissue histology
  66. Blood Vessels
  67. Glands & Lymphoid tissue
  68. Bone & Cartilage
  69. Integumentary System
  70. Chromosomes
  71. Patterns of Inheritance
  72. Principle of Genetics, Chromosomal Aberrations & Clinical Genetics
  73. Introduction to embryology
  74. Gametogenesis and fertilization
  75. Second week of development
  76. 3rd to 8th week of development
  77. Fetal membranes
  78. Prenatal Diagnosis
  79. Ethics in Anatomy

NEET PG syllabus for Biochemistry 

  1. Basic Biochemistry
  2. Enzyme
  3. Chemistry and Metabolism of Carbohydrates
  4. Chemistry and Metabolism of Lipids
  5. Chemistry and Metabolism of Proteins
  6. Metabolism and homeostasis
  7. Molecular biology
  8. Nutrition
  9. Extracellular Matrix
  10. Oncogenesis and immunity
  11. Biochemical Laboratory Tests

NEET PG syllabus for Physiology

  1. General Physiology
  2. Haematology
  3. Nerve and Muscle Physiology
  4. Gastro-intestinal Physiology
  5. Cardiovascular Physiology (CVS)
  6. Respiratory Physiology
  7. Renal Physiology
  8. Endocrine Physiology
  9. Reproductive Physiology
  10. Neurophysiology
  11. Integrated Physiology

Q:   Which topics will have more weightage in NEET PG 2024 exam?


NBE, the exam conducting body may release the weightage of each topics for NEET PG 2024 exam. Last year maximum questions were asked from topics such as anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, microbiology, pharmacology, general medicine, obstetrics, gyanaecology, general medicine etc. More than 50% question were clinical based. According to exam taking students, more than 30 questions were image-based. Candidates are advised to prepare clinical section well so that they can score full marks in the clinical part.


Q:   How many topics will be there in NEET PG 2024 Pre-Clinical syllabus?


NEET PG pre-clinical syllabus consists of three topics, anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry. These are further divided into subtopics. Anatomy comprises more than 70 topics while physiology and biochemistry include 11 topics each. Candidates seeking admission to postgraduate medical courses must make a robust plan to cover each and every topics of pre clinical subjects. It must be noted the concept is key. Read the topic throughly so that every small details are covered. 


NEET PG Syllabus 2024: Topics to be Covered for Para-Clinical Subjects

NEET PG syllabus for Pathology 

  1. Introduction to Pathology
  2. Cell Injury and Adaptation
  3. Amyloidosis
  4. Inflammation
  5. Healing and repair
  6. Hemodynamic disorders
  7. Neoplastic disorders
  8. Basic diagnostic cytology
  9. Immunopathology and AIDS
  10. Infections and Infestations
  11. Genetic and paediatric diseases
  12. Environmental and nutritional diseases
  13. Introduction to haematology
  14. Microcytic anemia
  15. Macrocytic anemia
  16. Hemolytic anemia
  17. Aplastic anemia
  18. Leukocyte disorders
  19. Lymph node and spleen
  20. Plasma cell disorders
  21. Hemorrhagic disorders
  22. Blood banking and transfusion
  23. Clinical Pathology (Tumors)
    • Gastrointestinal tract
    • Hepatobiliary system
    • Respiratory system
    • Cardiovascular system
    • Urinary Tract
    • Male Genital Tract
    • Female Genital Tract
    • Breast
    • Endocrine system
    • Bone and soft tissue
    • Skin
    • Central Nervous System
    • Eye

NEET PG syllabus for Pharmacology

  1. Basic principles of Pharmacology
  2. Clinical Pharmacy
  3. Clinical Pharmacology
  4. Experimental Pharmacology
  5. Communication

NEET PG syllabus for Microbiology

  1. General Microbiology and Immunity
  2. CVS and Blood
  3. Gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary system
  4. Musculoskeletal system skin and soft tissue infections
  5. Central Nervous System infections
  6. Respiratory tract infections
  7. Genitourinary & Sexually transmitted infections
  8. Zoonotic diseases and miscellaneous

NEET PG syllabus for Forensic Medicine

  1. General Information
  2. Forensic Pathology
  3. Clinical Forensic Medicine
  4. Medical Jurisprudence (Medical Law and ethics)
  5. Forensic Psychiatry
  6. Forensic Laboratory investigation in medical legal practice
  7. Emerging technologies in Forensic Medicine
  8. General Toxicology
  9. Chemical Toxicology
  10. Pharmaceutical Toxicology
  11. Biotoxicology
  12. Sociomedical Toxicology
  13. Environmental Toxicology
  14. Skills in Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

NEET PG syllabus for Preventive and Social Medicine

  1. Concept of Health and Disease
  2. Relationship of social and behavioural to health and disease
  3. Environmental Health Problems
  4. Principles of health promotion and education
  5. Nutrition
  6. Basic statistics and its applications
  7. Epidemiology
  8. Epidemiology of communicable and non- communicable diseases
  9. Demography and vital statistics
  10. Reproductive maternal and child health
  11. Occupational Health
  12. Geriatric services
  13. Disaster Management
  14. Hospital waste management
  15. Mental Health
  16. Health planning and management
  17. Health care of the community
  18. International Health
  19. Essential Medicine
  20. Recent advances in Community Medicine

NEET PG Syllabus 2024: Topics to be Covered for Clinical Subjects

NEET PG syllabus for Orthopaedics

  1. Skeletal Trauma, Poly trauma
  2. Fractures
  3. Musculoskeletal Infection
  4. Skeletal Tuberculosis
  5. Rheumatoid Arthritis and associated inflammatory disorders
  6. Degenerative disorders
  7. Metabolic bone disorders
  8. Poliomyelitis
  9. Cerebral Palsy
  10. Bone Tumors
  11. Peripheral nerve injuries
  12. Congenital lesions
  13. Procedural Skills
  14. Counselling Skills

NEET PG syllabus for ENT

  1. Anatomy and Physiology of ear, nose, throat, head & neck
  2. Clinical Skills
  3. Diagnostic and Therapeutic procedures in ENT
  4. Management of diseases of ear, nose & throat

NEET PG syllabus for Surgery

  1. Metabolic response to injury
  2. Shock
  3. Blood and blood components
  4. Burns
  5. Wound healing and wound care
  6. Surgical infections
  7. Surgical Audit and Research
  8. Ethics
  9. Investigation of surgical patient
  10. Pre, intra and post-operative management
  11. Anaesthesia and pain management
  12. Nutrition and fluid therapy
  13. Transplantation
  14. Basic Surgical Skills
  15. Biohazard disposal
  16. Minimally invasive General Surgery
  17. Trauma
  18. Skin and subcutaneous tissue
  19. Developmental anomalies of face, mouth and jaws
  20. Oropharyngeal cancer
  21. Disorders of salivary glands
  22. Endocrine General Surgery:
    • Thyroid and parathyroid
    • Adrenal glands
    • Pancreas
  23. Breast
  24. Cardio-thoracic General Surgery- Chest - Heart and Lungs
  25. Vascular disease
  26. Abdomen
  27. Urinary System
  28. Penis, Testis and scrotum

NEET PG syllabus for Ophthalmology

  1. Visual Acuity Assessment
  2. Lids and Adnexa, Orbit
  3. Conjunctiva
  4. Corneas
  5. Sclera
  6. Iris and Anterior chamber
  7. Lens
  8. Retina & optic Nerve

NEET PG syllabus for Medicine

  1. Heart Failure
  2. Acute Myocardial Infarction/ IHD
  3. Pneumonia
  4. Fever and febrile syndromes
  5. Liver disease
  6. HIV
  7. Rheumatologic problems
  8. Hypertension
  9. Anemia
  10. Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic renal failure
  11. Diabetes Mellitus
  12. Thyroid dysfunction
  13. Common malignancies
  14. Obesity
  15. GI bleeding
  16. Diarrheal disorder
  17. Headache
  18. Cerebrovascular accident
  19. Movement disorders
  20. Envenomation
  21. Poisoning
  22. Mineral, Fluid Electrolyte and Acid base Disorder
  23. Nutritional and Vitamin Deficiencies
  24. Geriatrics
  25. Miscellaneous Infections (e.g. Leptospirosis, Rabies, Tetanus)
  26. The role of the physician in the community

NEET PG syllabus for Obstetrics & Gynaecology

  1. Demographic and Vital Statistics
  2. Anatomy of the female reproductive tract (Basic anatomy and embryology)
  3. Physiology of conception
  4. Development of the fetus and the placenta
  5. Preconception counselling
  6. Diagnosis of pregnancy
  7. Maternal Changes in pregnancy
  8. Antenatal Care
  9. Complications in early pregnancy
  10. Antepartum haemorrhage
  11. Multiple pregnancies
  12. Medical Disorders in pregnancy
  13. Labour
  14. Abnormal Lie and Presentation; Maternal Pelvis
  15. Operative obstetrics
  16. Complications of the third stage
  17. Lactation
  18. Care of the new born
  19. Normal and abnormal puerperium
  20. Medical termination of pregnancy
  21. Contraception
  22. Vaginal discharge
  23. Normal and abnormal puberty
  24. Abnormal uterine bleeding
  25. Amenorrhea
  26. Genital injuries and fistulae
  27. Genital infections
  28. Infertility
  29. Uterine fibroids
  30. PCOS and hirsutism
  31. Uterine prolapse
  32. Menopause
  33. Benign, Pre-malignant (CIN) and Malignant Lesions of the Cervix
  34. Benign and malignant diseases of the uterus and the ovaries

NEET PG syllabus for Paediatrics

  1. Normal Growth and Development
  2. Common problems related to Growth
  3. Common problems related to Development -1 (Developmental delay , Cerebral palsy)
  4. Common problems related to Development-2 (Scholastic backwardness, Learning Disabilities , Autism , ADHD)
  5. Common problems related to behavior
  6. Adolescent Health & common problems related to Adolescent Health
  7. To promote and support optimal Breast feeding for Infants
  8. Complementary Feeding
  9. Normal nutrition, assessment and monitoring
  10. Provide nutritional support , assessment and monitoring for common nutritional problems
  11. Obesity in children
  12. Micronutrients in Health and disease-1 (Vitamins ADEK, B Complex and C)
  13. Micronutrients in Health and disease -2: Iron, Iodine, Calcium, Magnesium
  14. Toxic elements and free radicals and oxygen toxicity
  15. Fluid and electrolyte balance
  16. Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses (IMNCI) Guideline
  17. The National Health programs: NHM
  18. The National Health Programs: RCH
  19. National Programs, RCH - Universal Immunizations program
  20. Care of the Normal New born, and High risk New born
  21. Genito-Urinary system
  22. Approach to and recognition of a child with possible Rheumatologic problem
  23. Cardiovascular system- Heart Diseases
  24. Diarrhoeal diseases and Dehydration
  25. Malabsorption
  26. Acute and chronic liver disorders
  27. Pediatric Emergencies – Common Pediatric Emergencies
  28. Respiratory system
  29. Anemia and other Hemato-oncologic disorders in children
  30. Systemic Pediatrics-Central Nervous system
  31. Allergic Rhinitis , Atopic Dermatitis, Bronchial Asthma , Urticaria Angioedema
  32. Chromosomal Abnormalities
  33. Endocrinology
  34. Vaccine preventable Diseases - Tuberculosis

NEET PG syllabus for Psychiatry

  1. Doctor patient relationship
  2. Mental health
  3. Introduction to psychiatry
  4. Psychotic disorders (e.g. alcohol and substance abuse disorders, schizophrenia)
  5. Depression
  6. Bipolar disorders
  7. Anxiety disorders
  8. Stress related disorders
  9. Somatoform disorders
  10. Personality disorders
  11. Psychosomatic disorders
  12. Psychosexual and gender identity disorders
  13. Psychiatric disorders in childhood and adolescence
  14. Mental retardation
  15. Psychiatric disorders in the elderly
  16. Psychiatric emergencies
  17. Therapeutics

NEET PG syllabus for Dermatology

  1. Acne
  2. Vitiligo
  3. Papulosquamous disorders
  4. Lichen Planus
  5. Scabies
  6. Pediculosis
  7. Fungal Infections
  8. Viral infections
  9. Leprosy
  10. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  11. HIV
  12. Dermatitis and Eczema
  13. Vesicubullous Lesions
  14. Urticaria Angioedema
  15. Pyoderma
  16. Collagen Vascular disease
  17. Nutritional Deficiencies and Skin
  18. Systemic diseases and skin

NEET PG syllabus for Radiology

Radiological investigations and Radiation safety

NEET PG syllabus for Radiotherapy

  1. Principles of Radiation Oncology (Radiotherapy)
  2. Radiation Protection
  3. Radiobiology & Chemoradiation
  4. Radiation Treatment Delivery & outcome
  5. Cancer Prevention & Registries

NEET PG syllabus for Anaesthesia

  1. Anaesthesiology as a specialty
  2. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  3. Preoperative evaluation and medication
  4. General Anaesthesia
  5. Regional anaesthesia
  6. Post-anaesthesia recovery
  7. Intensive Care Management
  8. Pain and its management
  9. Fluids
  10. Patient safety

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Importance to Know NEET PG Syllabus

NEET PG syllabus is one of the basic resources which play a key role in overall preparation. Some of the advantages of knowing NEET PG 2023 syllabus are as follows: 

  • The syllabus helps candidates to plan things in a systematic and organised manner
  • They get to know what all subjects have to be prepared  for the exam
  • Knowing the syllabus of NEET PG, candidates get an idea about topics in each subject
  • Students get an idea of which topic is lengthy and it will take more time in terms of preparation
  • With NEET PG syllabus in mind, students can make topicwise study plan

NEET PG 2024 Syllabus: Subjectwise Weightage

NBE doesn't release subjectwise weightage for NEET PG exam. However, candidates can check the weightage for NEET PG 2024 based on feedback of students and experts' suggestions:

NEET PG 2024: Subjectwise weightage


Section-wise weightage

Part A







Total number of questions from section A


Part B







Forensic Medicine


Social and Preventive Medicine


Total number of questions from section B


Part C

General Medicine Including Dermatology & Venereology & Psychiatry


General Surgery Including Orthopaedics, Anaesthesia and Radio diagnosis


Obstetrics and Gynaecology








Total number of questions from section C


NEET PG 2024 Pattern

Along with the syllabys for NEET PG, candidates need to have an idea about exam patern as well. The exam pattern provides an insight about the test paper thereby candidates able to plan in advance. The official exam pattern for NEET PG 2024 will be released along with information brochure. Highlights of NEET PG 2024 pattern as per the existing trend:



Mode of the examination

Medium of the examination English (only)
Duration of the examination 3.5 hours
Total marks 800
Number of questions 200
Type of questions Multiple-choice questions
Negative marking Yes

Q:   How many questions will be there in NEET PG 2024 exam?


NEET PG 2024 question paper will comprise 200 questions. The total marks will be 800 marks. Candidates will be provided three and half hours to answer the question paper. There will be a provision of negative marking. Candidates are advised to attempt only those questions where they are confident of right answer otherwise negative marking may outweigh the overall score. 


Q:   Will there be negative marking in the NEET PG exam?


Yes. According to the exam pattern, mark is deducted for each wrong answer in NEET PG exam. For each right answer, candidates get 4 marks and for each wrong answer, -1 mark is deducted. As there is a provision of the negative marking in the exam, candidates are advised to answer only those questions where they have confidence of right answer, otherwise negative marking may put toll on overall score. NEET PG 2024 exam will be held on June 23, 2024. NBE will start application most likley in the last week of April. 


NEET PG 2024 Syllabus: Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

Check FAQs related to NEET PG 2024 syllabus and other related aspects:

Q:   Which subject in NEET PG syllabus contains maximum and minimum weightage?


NBE doesn't release the weightage for NEET PG exam. However, from last few years record, it can be said that maximum weightage is given to clinical subjects. A good number of questions are asked from general medicine, general surgury and paediatrics. Lesser number of questions are asked from anatomy, physiology etc. Candidates must note weightage for NEET PG syllabus may vary. This is why, candidates are advised not to depend upon weightage and prepare all subjects of clinical, pre and para clinical well so that there is less scope of negative marking. 


Q:   How difficult is the NEET PG?


NEET PG is a higher-level exam with a high level of competition. The NEET PG exam syllabus is extensive and covers all 19 subjects that a medico studies during the MBBS. The student's preparation time is also limited, and they must balance coursework and an internship. This leaves little to no time to prepare for the NEET PG. A student works an internship at a hospital before the NEET PG exam, and the shifts are unpredictable. A lack of preparation time combined with intense competition makes NEET PG a difficult nut to crack. At the same time, it is not impossible task to score well in the exam. Candidates only need proper preparation, planning, and consistent efforts. What matters is that you believe in yourself and work towards your goal.


Q:   How many times can we appear for NEET PG?


Candidates can appear for as many times as they want. There is no cap on the number of attempts in NEET PG exam. As per the experts, candidates may appear twice for the exam to improve the score or to do away mistakes in the first attempt. NEET PG exam is held in computer-based mode. Candidates who qualify the exam with the minimum cut off can participate in the counselling process. They have to register and declare choice for college to participate in the seat allocation process. 


Q:   Will NEET PG held for 2024-25 session?


Yes. NEET PG exam will be held for 2024-25 academic session for admission into postgraduate courses. The exam will be held on July 7, 2024. Earlier there was speculation national exit test might replace NEET PG from 2024 onwards, but NExT exam will be delayed. Most probably the exit test will be implemented from August 2025 for 2020 batch MBBS students. It seems NEET PG will be valid for 2024-25 academic session. More clarity will be provided in due course of time. But candidates are advised not to get distracted and start preparing for NEET PG exam with proper plan and strategies.


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Can I join MDS without NEET? A. Yes, candidates can enrol for MDS admission 2023 without taking any NEET exam. There are 6 colleges that accept INI CET scores for MDS admission in India.



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Shri Guru Ram Rai University accepts NEET-PG scores for admission to its MD course. Further, applicants are required to passed MBBS or any equivalent with 50% aggregate. Applicants who belong to the reserved category are required 40% aggregate to be eligible for admission.

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Since the percentage marks play a crucial role in determining eligibility and exam rank, entering an inaccurate final year percentage on the NEET PG application could potentially pose issues during counselling. If your total % is accurate, though, there may be a chance to fix the error during the ve



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The selection criteria for AFMC Pune MBBS admission is a student must achieve a merit ranking in the NEET UG examination, which is then followed by participation in MCC Counselling.

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Yes, NEET PG is one of the valid entrance exams for admission into MD in Homeopathy programs in India.  Many universities and colleges accept NEET PG scores for their MD in Homeopathy admissions process, alongside AIAPGET. Please refer to the table below for the best MD in Homeopathy colleges in Ind



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You need to follow the following steps to apply for the NEET PG exam as a Nepali citizen:

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It was clearly indicated during NEET registration that the state of eligibility cannot be changed after the fee is paid. But, if you have not paid the fee, you can edit the field.



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The edit window of NEET PG 2024 will be provided in two phases. In the first phase, candidates can edit their information in the application form, except name, nationality, email, mobile number and test city. In the second phase, candidates can edit their photograph, signature and thumb impression.


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The last date for NEET PG registration 2024 is May 6, 2024 till 11:55 pm. As of now 28/04/2024 the link for editing the form has been closed. You cannot edit the form for now. To edit or to change the form details we need visit the official website. But, unfortunately now the edit links are closed.


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