NEET PG 2023 Information bulletin released by NMC: Know details

A recent notification comes in stating the full prospectus on NEET PG 2023 , the important details are stated in this article. Read at the important dates and the exam details.

Processes Timelines
Online Submission of Applications 7th January 2023 (3 PM Onwards) to 27th January 2023 (Till 11:55PM)
Edit Window for All Payment Success Applications (Any information/documents can be edited except Name, Nationality, Email, Mobile number and Test City) 30th January 2023 to 3rd February 2023
Final and Selective Edit Window to rectify Deficient/Incorrect Images (No further opportunity shall be given)

1. Photograph

2. Signatures

3. Thumb Impression

14th February 2023 to 17th February 2023
Issue of Admit Card 27th February 2023
Examination Date 5th March 2023
Declaration of Result By 31st March 2023
Cut-off date for completion of internship towards eligibility for NEET-PG 2023 31st March 2023


NEET-PG is an eligibility-cumulative examination that is prescribed as the single entrance examination for admission to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses. The allocation of marks for each MCQ shall be as follows:

For admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma courses, no other state or institution-level entrance exam will be accepted.
For admission to MD, MS, and PG Diploma courses offered by a number of national universities and institutions, passing the NEET-PG exam is required. Even foreigners seeking medical school admission in India must complete the NEETPG.

Exam Details: NEET PG 2023


  • On March 5, 2023, the computer-based NEET-PG 2023 exam will be administered in a single day and session.
  • Syllabus: According to the Graduate Medical Education Regulations, which were issued by the former Medical Council of India with prior approval from the Government of India, the exam’s syllabus must include subject areas and knowledge area.
  • The exam is going to be a multiple-choice question test that will be given over a computer network (CBT) in accordance with the plan. It will have 200 multiple-choice questions, and each one will only have four options for responses or distractions in English.
  • Out of the four options that are presented in each question, candidates are required to select the response that is the most appropriate, best, or correct. The allotted time is 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Marking Scheme


1 Correct Response:  4 Marks
2 Incorrect Response :1 Mark shall be deducted
3 Unattempted Question: Zero


Allocation of time for NEET PG 2023


  • Allow Candidates to enter the examination centre and Commence Registration for the test 07:00 AM
  • Entry closes at Examination Center 08:30 AM
  • Grant access for Candidate Login 08:45 AM
  • Candidates log in to read instructions 08:50 AM
  • Exam Start Time 09:00 AM
  • Exam End Time 12:30 PM

Criteria for Foreign Medical Graduates’ (FMGE) Eligibility:


According to the Screening Test Regulations, 2002, the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (Screening Test), which is administered by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences, must have been passed by Indian citizens or foreign citizens of India who have obtained their primary medical qualifications from medical colleges outside of India. In addition, they must have been registered with the National Medical Council (NMC), the former Medical Council of India, or the State Medical Council, and their internship must have ended or be expected to end by March 31, 2023.

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Elibigility for Indian Medical Graduates


The single eligibility cum entrance exam for MD/MS/PG Diploma Course admission for the 2023-2024 academic year will be NEET-PG 2023, which will include the following:
1. 50 percent quota for seats in all Indian states and union territories.
2. quota seats for all Indian States and Union Territories.
3. The entire nation’s private medical schools, institutions, and recognized universities Institutions for the Armed Forces’ Medical Services
5. Post-MBBS DNB Courses, Direct 6-Year DNB Courses, and Post-MBBS NBEMS Diploma Courses

The following medical institutions are not included in NEET-PG’s centralized admissions for MD/MS seats for the 2023-24 session:

1. New Delhi, AIIMS

2. AIIMS Chandigarh, PGIMER and

3. In Puducherry, JIPMER


No state government or private medical college or university will hold a separate entrance exam for admission to its MD, MS, or PG Diploma courses during the 2023–2024 admissions period.

All other related information on NEET PG 2023 will be posted regularly on our blog. Keep following

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INI CET 2022 – Admit card & Day before exam Guidelines

INI CET Admit Card 2022: AIIMS has released the INI CET 2022 admit card on their official website. The admit card is available online for download. The applicants who have successfully filled the application form can download the admit card from the website. All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), New Delhi the exam carrying out authority of the Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INICET) issues the admit card. INI CET admit card 2022 carries all the treasured facts which include the details of the candidate and the address of the exam center.

 INI CET 2022 admit card holds information such as the name of the candidate, roll number, center name and address, timings, picture, and signature. Applicants require registration login ID, EUC Code, and password to download admit card of INI CET 2022. Admit card serves as an important document to be carried within the exam hall.

AIIMS INI CET 2023 Admit Card – Important Dates

INI CET Admit CardNovember 7, 2022.
INI CET 2023 Exam DateNovember 13, 2022.
Exam Timings9 AM to 12 Noon

INI CET 2022 Exam Pattern: Overview

Duration90 minutes for MDS and 180 minutes for MD/ MS
Number of questions90 questions in MDS paper and 200 questions in MD/ MS paper
Type of questionsMultiple Choice Questions (MCQs) only
Language of the examEnglish
Negative markingYes (1/3 marks)
SyllabusUG Level

What to bring on the day of INI-CET exam

  • INI-CET Admit Card is the most important thing to carry
  • You must bring two recent passport size photographs with white background
  • Be sure to bring a valid photo ID
  • Additionally, a copy of the MCI registration form is required
  • Take the pass on your way home, if it is mentioned in the guide

Important Details about INI-CET Admit Card

  • You should not retain your photograph on your INI-CET Admit Card
  • Take home the original printout of the admit card with the IP address, date and time of upload
  • Only the original admit card is allowed to carry if the photograph is not good
  • Make sure that the details mentioned in your admit card match the ID
  • Incorrect data in the INI-CET Admit Card may invalidate the applicant’s application

Test day instructions

Things not to bring on the day of INI-CET exam

  • Bags, purses, wallets, hats, belts, etc. Jewelry, glasses, hats, scarves, jackets
  • All electronic devices such as calculators, USB sticks, wrist watches or cell phones
  • Packaged or homemade food, soft drinks, or bottled water
  • Paper tools include pens, pencils, erasers, notebooks, paper, etc.
  • Do not stay late and appear at the exam center on time

Candidates should report on time to the INI-CET examination hall. In this way, applicants can avoid last-minute problems. Since the exam starts from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, candidates should reach the exam venue before 8:15 am, because identity verification and other processes at the center will take time.

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Omicron Varient

On 26 November 2021, WHO designated the variant B.1.1.529 a variant of concern, named Omicron, on the advice of WHO’s Technical Advisory Group on Virus Evolution (TAG-VE).  This decision was based on the evidence presented to the TAG-VE that Omicron has several mutations that may have an impact on how it behaves, for example, on how easily it spreads or the severity of illness it causes. Here is a summary of what is currently known.  

Current knowledge about Omicron 

Researchers in South Africa and around the world are conducting studies to better understand many aspects of Omicron and will continue to share the findings of these studies as they become available.  

Transmissibility: It is not yet clear whether Omicron is more transmissible (e.g., more easily spread from person to person) compared to other variants, including Delta. The number of people testing positive has risen in areas of South Africa affected by this variant, but epidemiologic studies are underway to understand if it is because of Omicron or other factors.  

Severity of disease: It is not yet clear whether infection with Omicron causes more severe disease compared to infections with other variants, including Delta.  Preliminary data suggests that there are increasing rates of hospitalization in South Africa, but this may be due to increasing overall numbers of people becoming infected, rather than a result of specific infection with Omicron.  There is currently no information to suggest that symptoms associated with Omicron are different from those from other variants.  Initial reported infections were among university students—younger individuals who tend to have more mild disease—but understanding the level of severity of the Omicron variant will take days to several weeks.  All variants of COVID-19, including the Delta variant that is dominant worldwide, can cause severe disease or death, in particular for the most vulnerable people, and thus prevention is always key. 

Effectiveness of prior SARS-CoV-2 infection 

Preliminary evidence suggests there may be an increased risk of reinfection with Omicron (ie, people who have previously had COVID-19 could become reinfected more easily with Omicron), as compared to other variants of concern, but information is limited. More information on this will become available in the coming days and weeks. 

Effectiveness of vaccines: WHO is working with technical partners to understand the potential impact of this variant on our existing countermeasures, including vaccines. Vaccines remain critical to reducing severe disease and death, including against the dominant circulating variant, Delta. Current vaccines remain effective against severe disease and death.   

Effectiveness of current tests: The widely used PCR tests continue to detect infection, including infection with Omicron, as we have seen with other variants as well. Studies are ongoing to determine whether there is any impact on other types of tests, including rapid antigen detection tests.  

Effectiveness of current treatments:   Corticosteroids and IL6 Receptor Blockers will still be effective for managing patients with severe COVID-19. Other treatments will be assessed to see if they are still as effective given the changes to parts of the virus in the Omicron variant.  


Studies underway 

At the present time, WHO is coordinating with a large number of researchers around the world to better understand Omicron. Studies currently underway or underway shortly include assessments of transmissibility, severity of infection (including symptoms), performance of vaccines and diagnostic tests, and effectiveness of treatments.    

WHO encourages countries to contribute the collection and sharing of hospitalized patient data through the WHO COVID-19 Clinical Data Platform to rapidly describe clinical characteristics and patient outcomes.  

More information will emerge in the coming days and weeks. WHO’s TAG-VE will continue to monitor and evaluate the data as it becomes available and assess how mutations in Omicron alter the behaviour of the virus.  


Recommended actions for countries 

As Omicron has been designated a Variant of Concern, there are several actions WHO recommends countries to undertake, including enhancing surveillance and sequencing of cases;  sharing genome sequences on publicly available databases, such as GISAID; reporting initial cases or clusters to WHO; performing field investigations and laboratory assessments to better understand if Omicron has different transmission or disease characteristics, or impacts effectiveness of vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostics or public health and social measures.  More detail in the announcement from 26 November.  

Countries should continue to implement the effective public health measures to reduce COVID-19 circulation overall, using a risk analysis and science-based approachThey should increase some public health and medical capacities to manage an increase in cases.  WHO is providing countries with support and guidance for both readiness and response.  

In addition, it is vitally important that inequities in access to COVID-19 vaccines are urgently addressed to ensure that vulnerable groups everywhere, including health workers and older persons, receive their first and second doses, alongside equitable access to treatment and diagnostics.  


Recommended actions for people 

The most effective steps individuals can take to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus is to keep a physical distance of at least 1 metre from others; wear a well-fitting mask; open windows to improve ventilation; avoid poorly ventilated or crowded spaces; keep hands clean; cough or sneeze into a bent elbow or tissue; and get vaccinated when it’s their turn.  

WHO will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available, including following meetings of the TAG-VE. In addition, information will be available on WHO’s digital and social media platforms. 

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Careers at Notespaedia



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Our motto is to help medical students in understanding medicine in the most simplest manner. Join us in this beautiful  journey of helping out our fellow medicos in cracking any competitive exam.


  • Highly skilled in illustrating anatomy, physiology & surgical concepts with an emphasis on accuracy and impact. 
  • Create dynamic & eye-catching vector and raster (pixel) based illustrations which is one of a kind as typography, color, composition and visual hierarchy. 
  • A master degree on medical illustration.
  • Experience and high-end knowledge on the software listed in ad
  • Experience on  Procreate on Ipad for illustrations. 
  • Create vector illustrations using Adobe Illustrator and can draw anything in Photoshop as well on Ipad.
  • Can edit videos and photographs with Adobe softwares. 
  • Besides illustrating anatomy  have anatomy and physiology knowledge as well.  
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Employment T&C

Employment Terms and Conditions

General Terms and Conditions related to Joining and Termination

Your attention is specifically drawn to the points listed herein below, regarding your emoluments, etc.:

1.a. Salary reviews and re-fitments will always be subject to the schedules as may be implemented by the Company from time to time.

1.b. Encashment of leave, notice pay, etc., computations will be on the basis of basic pay. 

1.c. Please note that the salary structure of the Company may be altered / modified at any time without prior notice and your package of remuneration and other terms may accordingly be altered / modified from time to time, Further, salary, allowances and all other payments/benefits will be governed by the Company’s rules as well as statutory provisions in force from time to time and subject to deduction of appropriate taxes at source. 

1.d. Your remuneration package is strictly confidential between you and the Company and should not be discussed with any one nor divulged to anyone in any manner whatsoever.

2.a. Employment with the Company will stand terminated at the end of the six months contract completion signed beforehand and re-employment is considered based on Company’s sole discretion. Termination of employment may also be initiated earlier by either party by serving prior written notice on the other, as per the notice period stipulated in this offer. The Company is also entitled to either waive the notice period in part or in full at its sole discretion or require payment of equivalent base salary in lieu of the unserved notice period. The Company further reserves the right to terminate with sooner effect by tendering equivalent base salary in lieu of the notice period.

2.b. In the event of termination of services by either party, the applicable notice period will be one month, failing which, you may be required to compensate the company, the amount of compensation being commensurate to the criticality of the situation, decided by the company.

2.c. In the event of your serving on the company a notice of termination of employment by submitting a resignation letter, your release will be governed by the General Terms and Conditions of Employment in force at that point in time, subject to the satisfactory handing over of your duties, responsibilities, Company documents, Company assets, etc. to the relevant parties.

3. The company reserves the right to carry out reference verifications or background checks prior to your joining the company or during the course of your employment with us. Such background checks and reference verifications, amongst others, would include past employment and salary (this will include your immediate employer prior to joining us), criminal records, countries resided in or worked in etc. The company reserves the right to carry out banned/illegal drugs/narcotics substance screening tests on you at any point of time during your tenure. You understand and acknowledge that this is a requirement and you have no objections whatsoever if such checks, banned/illegal drugs/narcotics substance screening tests and verifications are carried out by the company or a third party agency engaged by the company. Arising out of such verification or check or otherwise, if it is detected that the information furnished by you in your application is misstated or is unstated or documents submitted by you are not correct or banned/illegal drugs/narcotics substance screening test results are positive, the company shall, at its sole discretion be entitled to forthwith terminate and/ or revoke your appointment with the company, without further reference in the matter. In addition to the Company’s right to carry out the above verifications, you shall fill in and sign the Criminal Disclosure Declaration, in the attached form. In the event you have been accused, charged and/or convicted for any criminal offence, at any time whether prior or subsequent to your joining the company, you shall make full disclo of same and furnish all necessary documents in support thereof. In the event you have been accused, charged and/ or convicted for any criminal offence your joining shall be subject to specific written confirmation from the Company. The company at it sole discretion reserves the right to terminate your employment or take appropriate disciplinary action against you or revoke this offer letter. In the event of suppression of any facts, the Company shall be entitled to take such other action at any time as it may deem fit

4.a) During your employment with the Company, you will, at all times, observe secrecy in respect of any technical, trade or business data, business model , work ethics, location of business content developed, project information, source information , customers’ names/business details or any other information that might come to your knowledge or possession, which according to the Company are necessarily confidential and form valuable property of the Company. You shall not disclose nor cause the disclosure of any such data in any manner whatsoever. You will also be responsible for protection and furtherance of the Company’s best interests at all times, including after you cease to be on the Company’s rolls. In addition, in the event of your leaving the Company’s services, you are expected not to take up employment or enter into any type of business/commercial association with any of the Company’s clients or their associates, for a period of two years from the date of cessation of employment. You have to safeguard Notespaedia and its customers Intellectual Property Rights and confidential information even after termination of your employment or business relationship with Notespaedia

4.b All software, systems, ideas, concept, designs, documentation, contents or any other material produced by the employee during the period of his / her assignment will either be Intellectual Property of Notespaedia or that of its Customers. The employee will not have any rights to such material described as above.

4.c During your employment with the company you will comply with the provisions of the Information Security Policies and Procedures of Notespaedia all times and which shall extend beyond the normal working hours, whether inside or outside the office premises. You will also classify & manage all data under your control & ownership as per company’s policies. Non-conformation with the Information security policies & procedures, copying software & other proprietary material in use & non-compliance with various legal & contractual requirements pertaining to protection of personal data will be viewed very seriously and will attract strict disciplinary action as per the disciplinary procedures of Notespaedia accompanying legal actions if necessary.

5. Your services will be liable for transfer to any of our project locations, divisions, departments, etc. or for deputation to any organization. In the event of such a transfer/deputation, details of the terms and conditions including modifications if any in your emoluments, etc. will be communicated to you at an appropriate time. In addition to the specific stipulations as may be applicable to you from time to time depending on your assignment/location, you will continue to be governed by the terms and conditions of your employment in India at all times, unless specified otherwise in writing. In addition, in the event of you being posted overseas, you will be required to sign appropriate documents such as Service Agreements and fulfill the requirements specified there.

6. You are required by the Company rules not to undertake any employment or enter into any other type of association, even on part-time basis whether for any consideration or not. Contravention of this will lead to termination of your services from the Company without any notice, with no liability on the part of the Company for payment of any compensation in lieu of such notice. Further, this contravention will be deemed as voluntary termination/ resignation by you of your services without the required notice having been given.

7. The working hours applicable to you will be the same as are observed depending upon your place of work and as amended from time to time. Further, you should be prepared to work on any shift, as may be warranted by the Company’s/Client’s work requirements.

8.Employees may be required to work in shifts or on holidays and weekends depending on the nature of the project. Such employees shall be eligible for allowance as detailed in the Policy on Shift Allowance in India. This allowance be paid through monthly payroll and shall be subject to deduction of Income Tax at source.

9. You are entitled to 15 working days’ total leave inclusive of casual and sick leave in each leave year, in addition to the public holidays published by the Company, to be taken at such times as agreed with the Company. The leave year runs from 1″ April 2021 to 31″ March 2022 and leave can be carried forward from one leave year. Leave will accrue monthly at the rate of 1.25 days for each complete month worked.

10. You will be governed by the Company’s rules and regulations (and practices) as enforced from time to time on matters whether specified herein or not, including on matters such as designation, emoluments and the structure thereof, working hours etc. Company’s decisions on all such matters shall be final and binding on you.

11. You will be required to submit certain set of documents, at the time of reporting for duties and hence you are advised to come prepared accordingly, without fail. Please note that the Company reserves the right not to accept you into the rolls or after such acceptance, to discharge you from the rolls, in case you do not fullfill the requirements as specified in the checklist, particularly submission of documents in proof of your qualification, experience and previous salary.


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