GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 3rd May. Neet PG has been postponed for four months. NEET PG is the entrance examination for admission to postgraduate medical courses. The Prime Minister’s Office has issued a notification in this regard.
According to the notification, to increase the availability of medical personnel, the examination of NEET PG has been postponed for a minimum period of four months.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), students studying in the final year of MBBS can be deployed for teleconsultation and care of patients with mild symptoms of corona. At the same time, those studying B.Sc /GNM can be posted in full-time Covid nursing under the supervision of senior doctors and nurses.
Medical personnel performing 100 days of coveted duty will be given priority in regular government recruitment. They will also be honored with the prestigious Covid National Service Award by the Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi authorises keys decisions to boost availability of medical personnel to fight COVID-19. NEET-PG Exam to be postponed for at least 4 months: Prime Minister's Office
— ANI (@ANI) May 3, 2021