After the completion of MBBS and Internship, a doctor is eligible for the NEET PG entrance course. After qualifying for the NEET PG one can get into MD/MS, the post-graduate course for medical students. However, the competition for PG medical courses is very high and the number of seats is also pretty low.
Furthermore, there is a ray of hope for the doctors. Many private colleges offer direct admission to PG medical courses to aspirants through management quota seats. Students who have the eligibility but do not have the required cut-off marks can get direct admission to PG medical courses. Management quota seats are fewer and one has to directly approach the management of the Institute to secure a seat. And, this has to be done as early as possible.
Direct PG medical admission has an eligibility criterion. Without securing a required criterion you will not be eligible for securing a seat in management quota seats.
The process for direct admission in MD/MS begins in the final round, known as the mop-up round. The first three rounds are for general people with high NEET PG scores. The mop-up round is the final round of NEET PG counselling. The fees for MD/MS admission through management quota are higher than those for students who obtain seats through general counselling.
Eligibility criteria for MD/MS through management quota seats:
According to Section (10) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, NEET-PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single entrance examination to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses. No other entrance examination, either state or institutional, shall be valid for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma Courses beginning with the Admission Session – 2023.
If we take a look towards the management quota seats for PG medical courses. A candidate has to score a minimum percentile of 50% of the highest marks obtained. For SC/ST candidates the eligibility criteria are 40 percentile and for OBC 45 percentile.
Aside from these eligibility requirements, one must also Candidates with an MBBS degree/Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate from a Medical College/Institute duly recognized under the provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act, a permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS or equivalent qualification issued by the Medical Council of India / State Medical Council, and who have completed or are likely to complete one year of internship on or before March 31, 2023, may apply for NEET-PG
Why opt for MD/MS courses?
Studying PG Medical, MS, or MD at prestigious medical schools such as Vydehi, MS Ramaiah, and Raja Rajeshwari can help you launch a successful medical career. Top colleges have well-qualified and experienced faculty, as well as good infrastructure such as labs with cutting-edge equipment and a library with a wide range of books and journals. Top medical schools put money into research. This will expose you to the most recent diagnostics, methods, treatments, and machines.
Not only that, but the presence of comfortable hostels and sports facilities improves your quality of life.
NEET PG is one of the toughest exams. To make it to the top, you need proper guidance. What we do at College Storia is, give proper guidance and counselling to the aspirants who want to pursue their studies in the post-graduate courses in their respective medical streams. Our affiliation is with some of the top private medical institutes in India that provide direct admission for MD/MS courses. Our role is to make sure that you are informed about the seats available in your favorite college as early as possible.
We so far have helped thousands of students to make it to the top MBBS colleges/Universities in India and Nepal. Apart from that advanced technology is used to help you choose the right course as per your ability and requirements.