About Course

The Medical Council of India, Delhi is responsible for medical education in India. Students for Postgraduate medical courses are selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit. For determining the academic merit for admission into post graduate , the university/institution may adopt any one of the following procedures both for degree and diploma courses:

  • On the basis of merit as determined by the competitive test conducted by the State Government or by the competent authority appointed by the State Government or by the university/group of universities in the same state
  • On the basis of merit as determined by a centralized competitive test held at the national level
  • On the basis of the individual cumulative performance at the first, second and their MBBS examination, if such examination have been passed from the same university
  • Combination of merit as determined by a competitive test and individualís cumulative performance in the university exams

The Medical Entrance Exams basis for the admission of candidates into a variety of courses that are being offered in many Medical Colleges and Institutes all over India are performed on an All India level as well as a State level. An MBBS degree with registration by the Medical Council of India is the basic requirement for all graduate courses in the field of medicine and surgery. Some national level institutions also conduct their own entrance exams. Most of the Govt. Medical Colleges make available admissions only to Indian Nationals on the basis of All India Medical Entrance exams. However, there are NRI/ Overseas student quotas in few Government Medical Colleges to make available admissions to NRIs and overseas students.

Every state has fixed number of seats offered for various specialties which the medical graduates can choose based on availability and merit. 50 per cent of these seats are filled by a common entrance examination i.e. AIPGMEE, conducted in November-December. This examination is a three and a half hour multiple choice question (MCQ) paper and 25 per cent negative marking. 50 per cent seats can be claimed by any graduate from any state through counseling depending on their rank in the test. The remaining seats are filled by individual state exams conducted between February and March in various states.

Each state has its own examination format, though for most of the states, the format sticks to the single best answer. There are exceptions like PGI Chandigarh with multiple correct answers format. The Exam consist of MCQs with total number of questions varying from 150 to 300 with/without negative marking.

Few of the Medical PG Entrance Exams Conducted in 2014

All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE)

AIIMS All India Institute of Medical Sciences

APPG Andhra Pradesh PG Medical Entrance Exam

Asso PG CET

BCECEB PGMAT for PG Medical, PG Dental and PG Ayurvedic Admission

BLDEU All India PG Medical Entrance Test (PGET)

Common Entrance Test for Post Graduate Medical Courses Pondicherry (CETPGMC)

Consortium of Medical and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Post Graduate Entrance Test

CMC Vellore

DNB CET

Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Post Diploma Centralized Entrance Test (CET)

Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Centralized Entrance Test (CET) Super Specialty (SS)

DPU All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test (AIPGMET)

HIHT University Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination PGMEE

JAKBOPEE MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Entrance Test

JIPMER PG Medical (MD/MS) Entrance Exam

Jharkhand Post Graduate Entrance Test (PGET)

Karnataka Post Graduate entrance test (PGET)

Maharashtra Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Exam

MP Pre PG DMAT

NEIGRIHMS PG Medical Entrance Exam for MD / MS

NITTE University PG Entrance Test (NU PGET)

NTRUHS PG Medical Entrance Test (PGMET)

PMET Punjab Medical Entrance Test

PIMS All India Common Entrance Test (AICET) PG

PGIMER Chandigarh Entrance Exam

Uttar Pradesh Post Graduate Medical Entrance Exam (UPPGMEE)

Uttarakhand Post Graduate Medical & Dental Entrance Examination (UKPGMEE)

West Bengal Post Graduate Medical Admission Test Examination (WBPGMAT)

The Medical Council of India, Delhi is responsible for medical education in India. Students for Postgraduate medical courses are selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit. For determining the academic merit for admission into post graduate , the university/institution may adopt any one of the following procedures both for degree and diploma courses:

  • On the basis of merit as determined by the competitive test conducted by the State Government or by the competent authority appointed by the State Government or by the university/group of universities in the same state
  • On the basis of merit as determined by a centralized competitive test held at the national level
  • On the basis of the individual cumulative performance at the first, second and their MBBS examination, if such examination have been passed from the same university
  • Combination of merit as determined by a competitive test and individualís cumulative performance in the university exams

The Medical Entrance Exams basis for the admission of candidates into a variety of courses that are being offered in many Medical Colleges and Institutes all over India are performed on an All India level as well as a State level. An MBBS degree with registration by the Medical Council of India is the basic requirement for all graduate courses in the field of medicine and surgery. Some national level institutions also conduct their own entrance exams. Most of the Govt. Medical Colleges make available admissions only to Indian Nationals on the basis of All India Medical Entrance exams. However, there are NRI/ Overseas student quotas in few Government Medical Colleges to make available admissions to NRIs and overseas students.

Every state has fixed number of seats offered for various specialties which the medical graduates can choose based on availability and merit. 50 per cent of these seats are filled by a common entrance examination i.e. AIPGMEE, conducted in November-December. This examination is a three and a half hour multiple choice question (MCQ) paper and 25 per cent negative marking. 50 per cent seats can be claimed by any graduate from any state through counseling depending on their rank in the test. The remaining seats are filled by individual state exams conducted between February and March in various states.

Each state has its own examination format, though for most of the states, the format sticks to the single best answer. There are exceptions like PGI Chandigarh with multiple correct answers format. The Exam consist of MCQs with total number of questions varying from 150 to 300 with/without negative marking.

Few of the Medical PG Entrance Exams Conducted in 2014

All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE)

AIIMS All India Institute of Medical Sciences

APPG Andhra Pradesh PG Medical Entrance Exam

Asso PG CET

BCECEB PGMAT for PG Medical, PG Dental and PG Ayurvedic Admission

BLDEU All India PG Medical Entrance Test (PGET)

Common Entrance Test for Post Graduate Medical Courses Pondicherry (CETPGMC)

Consortium of Medical and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Post Graduate Entrance Test

CMC Vellore

DNB CET

Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Post Diploma Centralized Entrance Test (CET)

Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Centralized Entrance Test (CET) Super Specialty (SS)

DPU All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test (AIPGMET)

HIHT University Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination PGMEE

JAKBOPEE MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Entrance Test

JIPMER PG Medical (MD/MS) Entrance Exam

Jharkhand Post Graduate Entrance Test (PGET)

Karnataka Post Graduate entrance test (PGET)

Maharashtra Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Exam

MP Pre PG DMAT

NEIGRIHMS PG Medical Entrance Exam for MD / MS

NITTE University PG Entrance Test (NU PGET)

NTRUHS PG Medical Entrance Test (PGMET)

PMET Punjab Medical Entrance Test

PIMS All India Common Entrance Test (AICET) PG

PGIMER Chandigarh Entrance Exam

Uttar Pradesh Post Graduate Medical Entrance Exam (UPPGMEE)

Uttarakhand Post Graduate Medical & Dental Entrance Examination (UKPGMEE)

West Bengal Post Graduate Medical Admission Test Examination (WBPGMAT)

The Medical Council of India, Delhi is responsible for medical education in India. Students for Postgraduate medical courses are selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit. For determining the academic merit for admission into post graduate , the university/institution may adopt any one of the following procedures both for degree and diploma courses:

  • On the basis of merit as determined by the competitive test conducted by the State Government or by the competent authority appointed by the State Government or by the university/group of universities in the same state
  • On the basis of merit as determined by a centralized competitive test held at the national level
  • On the basis of the individual cumulative performance at the first, second and their MBBS examination, if such examination have been passed from the same university
  • Combination of merit as determined by a competitive test and individualís cumulative performance in the university exams

The Medical Entrance Exams basis for the admission of candidates into a variety of courses that are being offered in many Medical Colleges and Institutes all over India are performed on an All India level as well as a State level. An MBBS degree with registration by the Medical Council of India is the basic requirement for all graduate courses in the field of medicine and surgery. Some national level institutions also conduct their own entrance exams. Most of the Govt. Medical Colleges make available admissions only to Indian Nationals on the basis of All India Medical Entrance exams. However, there are NRI/ Overseas student quotas in few Government Medical Colleges to make available admissions to NRIs and overseas students.

Every state has fixed number of seats offered for various specialties which the medical graduates can choose based on availability and merit. 50 per cent of these seats are filled by a common entrance examination i.e. AIPGMEE, conducted in November-December. This examination is a three and a half hour multiple choice question (MCQ) paper and 25 per cent negative marking. 50 per cent seats can be claimed by any graduate from any state through counseling depending on their rank in the test. The remaining seats are filled by individual state exams conducted between February and March in various states.

Each state has its own examination format, though for most of the states, the format sticks to the single best answer. There are exceptions like PGI Chandigarh with multiple correct answers format. The Exam consist of MCQs with total number of questions varying from 150 to 300 with/without negative marking.

Few of the Medical PG Entrance Exams Conducted in 2014

All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE)

AIIMS All India Institute of Medical Sciences

APPG Andhra Pradesh PG Medical Entrance Exam

Asso PG CET

BCECEB PGMAT for PG Medical, PG Dental and PG Ayurvedic Admission

BLDEU All India PG Medical Entrance Test (PGET)

Common Entrance Test for Post Graduate Medical Courses Pondicherry (CETPGMC)

Consortium of Medical and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Post Graduate Entrance Test

CMC Vellore

DNB CET

Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Post Diploma Centralized Entrance Test (CET)

Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Centralized Entrance Test (CET) Super Specialty (SS)

DPU All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test (AIPGMET)

HIHT University Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination PGMEE

JAKBOPEE MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Entrance Test

JIPMER PG Medical (MD/MS) Entrance Exam

Jharkhand Post Graduate Entrance Test (PGET)

Karnataka Post Graduate entrance test (PGET)

Maharashtra Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Exam

MP Pre PG DMAT

NEIGRIHMS PG Medical Entrance Exam for MD / MS

NITTE University PG Entrance Test (NU PGET)

NTRUHS PG Medical Entrance Test (PGMET)

PMET Punjab Medical Entrance Test

PIMS All India Common Entrance Test (AICET) PG

PGIMER Chandigarh Entrance Exam

Uttar Pradesh Post Graduate Medical Entrance Exam (UPPGMEE)

Uttarakhand Post Graduate Medical & Dental Entrance Examination (UKPGMEE)

West Bengal Post Graduate Medical Admission Test Examination (WBPGMAT)