NEET PG 2021 Syllabus- Aspirants should have prior knowledge on the subject wise NEET PG 2021 syllabus, exam pattern, subject wise weightage, and the different important topics in each section to easily clear the exam.
Pre-clinical, Para-clinical and Clinical subjects are included as syllabus of NEET PG 2021 online exam. It has 300 objective type questions for 1200 marks. Each question carries 4 marks and the test duration is 210 minutes.
National Board of Education (NBE) is going to conduct NEET PG 2021 online test on April 18, 2021 for admission to the MD/MS and PG diploma programs of around 181 medical and dental colleges of India. Aspirants with an MBBS degree and a provisional or permanent certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC) can apply for the test.
The NEET PG result 2021 to be released on May 5, 2021 online and the exam officials will release four merit list that will include name, rank, scores and other details of the candidates shortlisted for the counselling rounds. On the basis of the candidate’s rank and college preference, seats will be allotted to the candidates.
Know more about NEET PG 2021 syllabus, subject wise weightage, exam pattern, marking scheme, topics on which the questions will be based, and much more on this article.
NEET PG 2021 Subject Wise Weightage
The following table shows the NEET 2021 Subject Wise Weightage:
|NEET PG 2021 Subject||Subject wise weightage|
|Social and Preventive Medicine||25|
|Medicine Dermatology and Venereology||37|
|Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics & Anesthesia||46|
|Radiodiagnosis & Radiotherapy||12|
|Obstetrics & Gynecology||25|
|Grand Total||300 Questions|
The NEET PG exam 2021 included 300 questions based on 15 different topics in all subjects. To know about the various topics on which the questions will be based, aspirants must make sure that they become familiar with the NEET PG syllabus 2021. With the help of the syllabus, candidates will be able to prepare accordingly and avoid wasting time on unnecessary topics.
NEET PG 2021 Syllabus
|NEET PG 2021 Subject||Syllabus/Topics|
NEET PG 2021 syllabus plays vital role while preparing for the exam. It has 3 pre-clinical, para-clinical, and clinical subjects for 300 questions. National Board of Education (NBE) has releases NEET PG syllabus 2021 pdf download link, where you can check and get all subjects and topics. All questions will be asked from MBBS subjects.
NEET PG 2021 Exam Pattern
As per the NEET PG exam pattern 2021, the exam was held in a computer-based mode in a single session on April 18, 2021. Thus, no equating methodology will be used to prepare result for candidates. The test included 300 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and candidates were allotted 3 hours 30 minutes to complete the test. Check the table below to know more about NEET PG exam pattern 2021.
|Particulars||NEET PG 2021 Exam Pattern|
|Duration of test||3 hours 30 minutes|
|Number of questions||300 multiple choice questions|
|Total number of marks||1200|
|Marking scheme||+4 marks for every correct answer|
|Negative marking||-1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer|
|Syllabus||Subjects taught during MBBS|
It is important to understand the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post Graduate (NEET PG) test pattern before preparing for the exam. As per the notice regarding NEET PG exam pattern 2021, 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer, while 4 marks will be added for each correct attempt. Getting familiar with the NEET PG 2021 exam pattern will help aspirants to understand the structure of the test
As mentioned above, the test will be held in a computer-based mode and it will include 300 MCQs based on 15 different topics. The number of questions in each section/topic will differ from each other.
How to prepare for NEET PG 2021?
Before aspirants start preparing for NEET PG 2021, they must go through the exam pattern and syllabus of the test. With the help of the NEET PG exam pattern and syllabus, candidates will understand the structure of the test and topics on which the MCQs will be based. Then, the aspirants can start solving the NEET PG sample papers or old question papers. After solving each sample paper or old question paper, candidates must analyse their answers to know their preparation level. While solving the sample and previous papers, candidates are advised to keep a track of time and try completing the paper within 3 hours 30 minutes.
Also, aspirants can opt for the NEET PG online mock test to check their preparation level. Only the candidates who have applied for the NEET PG 2021 will be able to write the demo test. The NEET PG demo test will help aspirants to know about the test structure, navigation, layout, and other functions of the actual test.
NEET PG Books 2021
If you want to prepare in depth for NEET PG 2021, then it is recommended to have the reference books. Taking NEET PG online mock tests and practicing sample papers will help to crack the exam. Following table shows the recommended subject Wise NEET PG Books for 2021:
|Anatomy||Self-Assessment and Review or Anatomy||Rajesh Kaushal|
|Pharmacology||Review of Pharmacology||Gobind Rai Garg, Sparsh Gupta, Ranjan Patel|
|Biochemistry||Self-Assessment and Review of Biochemistry||Rebecca James|
|Forensic Medicine||Self-Assessment and Review of Basic Anatomy and Forensic Medicine||Arvind Arora|
|Pathology||Review of Pathology and Genetics||Sparsh Gupta and Devesh Mishra|
|Microbiology||Review of Microbiology and Immunology||Rachna Chaurasia, Apurba Sastry, Ananthanarayan or Panicker’s|
|Pediatrics||Review of Pediatrics and Neonatology||Taruna Mehra or OP Ghai|
|Medicine||Complete Review of Medicine for NBE||Deepak Marwah or Mudit Khanna|
|Surgery||Surgery Essence||Pritesh Singh|
|PSM||Community Medicine (PSM)||Vivek Jain|
|Physiology||Review of Physiology||Dr. Souman Manna or Dr. Krishna Kumar|
|Obstetrics and Gynaecology||Self-Assessment and Review of Obstetrics and Gynaecology||Sakshi Arora|
|ENT||ENT for Entrance Exam||Manisha Sinha and Sachin Budhiraja|
|Opthalmology||Comprehensive Opthalmology||AK Khuruna Ruchi Rai|
|Orthopedics||Orthopedics Quick Review||Apruv Mehra|
|Radiology||Review of Radiology||Rajat Jain|
|Dermatology||Review of Dermatology||Saurabh Jindal|
|Anaethesia||PROAFS Anaesthesia for NBE||Profs by Vivek Jain|
|Psychiatry||Review of Psychiatry||Praveen Tripathi|
|Image-Based||Final Edge Image Based||Deepak Marwah|