Doctor of Medicine (MD) & Master of Surgery (MS)

Doctor of Medicine (MD) & Master of Surgery (MS)

NEET PG is the most popular and a unified entrance examination for admission to various MD/MS and PG diploma courses across the country. NEET PG Exam is conducted on an annual basis by the National Examination Board (NBE). The NEET PG score is used to take admission after the MBBS or DNB course. NEET PG is organized online in 162 cities of India.
NEET PG is the most popular and a unified entrance examination for admission to various MD/MS and PG diploma courses across the country. NEET PG Exam is conducted on an annual basis by the National Examination Board (NBE). The NEET PG score is used to take admission after the MBBS or DNB course. NEET PG is organized online in 162 cities of India.

What is Doctor of Medicine (MD)?

What is Doctor of Medicine (MD)?

After doing MBBS, it is a post-graduate degree related to medicine, which is done in a particular field. It takes 3 years for its completion with appropriate residence. This course is maximally practical and is research-based and requires a lot of hard work. The degree corresponds to specialization and the experience; cardiac specialists are MD Cardiology, kidney and renal specialists are MD Nephrology, stomach & digestive system specialists are MD Gastroenterology and so on.
After doing MBBS, it is a post-graduate degree related to medicine, which is done in a particular field. It takes 3 years for its completion with appropriate residence. This course is maximally practical and is research-based and requires a lot of hard work. The degree corresponds to specialization and the experience; cardiac specialists are MD Cardiology, kidney and renal specialists are MD Nephrology, stomach & digestive system specialists are MD Gastroenterology and so on.
Duration : 3 years
Duration : 3 years

Scope of MD

Scope of MD

Health sector is the largest industry all over the world. This industry is growing very fast, day by day and is expected to never have a job shortage. Success is guaranteed, which just needs accurate information related to the field, mastering it and practicing the right way.
After completing the MD course, one can get a job at different posts in different areas of the health sector or set up your own clinic, once the registration with the appropriate council is done.
Health sector is the largest industry all over the world. This industry is growing very fast, day by day and is expected to never have a job shortage. Success is guaranteed, which just needs accurate information related to the field, mastering it and practicing the right way.
After completing the MD course, one can get a job at different posts in different areas of the health sector or set up your own clinic, once the registration with the appropriate council is done.
Here’s the complete list of various MD branches after MBBS that can be opted for after NEET PG.
Here’s the complete list of various MD branches after MBBS that can be opted for after NEET PG.

What is Master of Surgery (MS)?

What is Master of Surgery (MS)?

This is a post-graduate degree related to medical field surgery i.e., operation and related procedures, which can be opted for after MBBS.  It is a 3-year degree and the experience gained during this course helps one become a true practitioner of surgery and the allied fields. MS is one of the courses that you can choose after a good score in the NEET PG 2021 examination.
This is a post-graduate degree related to medical field surgery i.e., operation and related procedures, which can be opted for after MBBS.  It is a 3-year degree and the experience gained during this course helps one become a true practitioner of surgery and the allied fields. MS is one of the courses that you can choose after a good score in the NEET PG 2021 examination.

Scope/ Career & Job after MS

Scope/ Career & Job after MS

After completing the MS course, post graduates can work in fields such as health centers, laboratories, medical colleges, hospitals, clinics, private practice, medical foundations, etc. MS professionals can work in positions such as researchers, plastic surgeons, vascular surgeons, ophthalmologists, etc. The average salary for MS professionals ranges between INR 4-35 lakhs according to their experience and expertise in this field.
After completing the MS course, post graduates can work in fields such as health centers, laboratories, medical colleges, hospitals, clinics, private practice, medical foundations, etc. MS professionals can work in positions such as researchers, plastic surgeons, vascular surgeons, ophthalmologists, etc. The average salary for MS professionals ranges between INR 4-35 lakhs according to their experience and expertise in this field.
The various branches that can be opted as a part of MS after MBBS is via the NEET PG 2021 examination are given as follows:
The various branches that can be opted as a part of MS after MBBS is via the NEET PG 2021 examination are given as follows:

Entrance Examination NEET PG 2021

Entrance Examination NEET PG 2021

National Board Of Examination Entrance Examination- NEET PG 2021 is a national level entrance test. The NEET PG exam is conducted on yearly basis by the National Board Of Examinations (NBE). It is conducted for admission in MD / MS / PG courses. Here, candidates can check the NEET PG 2021. Admission is available in good colleges and universities based on the score of NEET PG 2021. NEET PG 2021 official notification will be released soon. Earlier NEET PG exam was scheduled for 10 January 2021. However, this date was postponed and the new date will be released soon by NBE.
National Board Of Examination Entrance Examination- NEET PG 2021 is a national level entrance test. The NEET PG exam is conducted on yearly basis by the National Board Of Examinations (NBE). It is conducted for admission in MD / MS / PG courses. Here, candidates can check the NEET PG 2021. Admission is available in good colleges and universities based on the score of NEET PG 2021. NEET PG 2021 official notification will be released soon. Earlier NEET PG exam was scheduled for 10 January 2021. However, this date was postponed and the new date will be released soon by NBE.
Other courses like health field related diplomas and super specialization can be opted for through a different examination conducted by NBE, under the name of NEET SS. This examination is different than NEET PG and shouldn’t be confused for the other.
Other courses like health field related diplomas and super specialization can be opted for through a different examination conducted by NBE, under the name of NEET SS. This examination is different than NEET PG and shouldn’t be confused for the other.

NEET PG Cut Off Of 2018- 2021

NEET PG Cut Off Of 2018- 2021

Here are the revised and original cut off lists of the past 2 years of NEET PG scores and percentile to give a fair idea of the competition level and required scores for a desired post-graduate course after MBBS.
Here are the revised and original cut off lists of the past 2 years of NEET PG scores and percentile to give a fair idea of the competition level and required scores for a desired post-graduate course after MBBS.
Revised Cut Off 2019-2020
Revised Cut Off 2019-2020
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 30 275
PWD 25 252
SC/ST/OBC 20 230
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 30 275
PWD 25 252
SC/ST/OBC 20 230
Original Cut Off 2019-2020
Original Cut Off 2019-2020
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 50 366
PWD 45 342
SC/ST/OBC 40 319
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 50 366
PWD 45 342
SC/ST/OBC 40 319
Revised Cut Off 2018-2019
Revised Cut Off 2018-2019
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 44 313
PWD 39 291
SC/ST/OBC 34 270
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 44 313
PWD 39 291
SC/ST/OBC 34 270
Original Cut Off 2018-2019
Original Cut Off 2018-2019
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 50 340
PWD 45 317
SC/ST/OBC 40 295
Category Cut Off Percentile Cut Off Marks
General 50 340
PWD 45 317
SC/ST/OBC 40 295

Expected Subject- Wise Distribution of Question for NEET PG 2021

Expected Subject- Wise Distribution of Question for NEET PG 2021

Sl.No. Subjects Subject Wise Distribution of Marks
Part A
1. Anatomy 17
2. Physiology 17
3. Biochemistry 16
Part B
4. Pathology 25
5. Pharmacology 20
6. Microbiology 20
7. Foreign Medicine 10
8. Social & Preventive Medicine 25
Part C
9. General Medicine including Dermatology & Venereology & Psychiatry 45
10. General Surgery including Orthopedics, Anaesthesia & Radio Diagnosis 45
11. Obstetrics & Gynaecology 30
12. Paediatrics 10
13. ENT 10
14. Opthalmology 10
Grand Total 300
Sl.No. Subjects Subject Wise Distribution of Marks
Part A
1. Anatomy 17
2. Physiology 17
3. Biochemistry 16
Part B
4. Pathology 25
5. Pharmacology 20
6. Microbiology 20
7. Foreign Medicine 10
8. Social & Preventive Medicine 25
Part C
9. General Medicine including Dermatology & Venereology & Psychiatry 45
10. General Surgery including Orthopedics, Anaesthesia & Radio Diagnosis 45
11. Obstetrics & Gynaecology 30
12. Paediatrics 10
13. ENT 10
14. Opthalmology 10
Grand Total 300

NEET PG Counselling 2021

NEET PG Counselling 2021

NEET PG Merit List will be prepared based on the cut-off score and Percentile. NEET PG Counseling 2021 will be held with the help of ranks obtained in the merit list. NEET PG 2021 counseling will be held by the Medical Counseling Committee for admission to 50% All India Quota in government medical colleges. NEET PG Counseling 2021 will have two rounds, after the first round of counseling, vacant seats will be filled in the second round. The third round will be held only if any seat is vacant even after the second round.
NEET PG Merit List will be prepared based on the cut-off score and Percentile. NEET PG Counseling 2021 will be held with the help of ranks obtained in the merit list. NEET PG 2021 counseling will be held by the Medical Counseling Committee for admission to 50% All India Quota in government medical colleges. NEET PG Counseling 2021 will have two rounds, after the first round of counseling, vacant seats will be filled in the second round. The third round will be held only if any seat is vacant even after the second round.
Updated by Anuradha Punyani
Updated by Anuradha Punyani
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