NEET-SS is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single entrance examination for admission to Super Specialty (DM/MCh) Courses as per the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Act, 2016.
No other entrance examination, either at the state or at the Institution level, shall be valid for entry to DM/MCh courses as per the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Act, 2016 w.e.f. 2017 admission session. Qualifying NEET-SS is mandatory for entry to DM/MCh courses under various Universities/ Institutions in the country.
NEET-SS 2020 shall be conducted in a single day as a computer based examination on 15th September 2020. A candidate can choose a maximum of two super specialty courses for which his/her broad specialty qualification is eligible, at the time of online submission of the application form
The registration for NEET-SS 2020 is open from 3 Aug 2020 till 23 Aug 2020. The facility for editing the details in the application will be available from 24 Aug 2020 to 25 Aug 2020. The facility for final editing in application to rectify images is available from 2 Sep 2020 to 3 Sep 2020. The NEET-SS 2020 admit card will be available for download on 7 Sep 2020. The result shall be declared by 25 Sep 2020.
The examination fee is Rs.4425 (including GST)
Scope of NEET-SS 2020
NEET-SS 2020 shall be the single eligibility cum entrance examination, which will include the following:
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