2 days left for NEET PG 2024, Several Candidates still haven't received Admit Cards

Published On 2024-06-20 07:58 GMT   |   Update On 2024-06-20 07:58 GMT

New Delhi: Even though there are only 2 days left for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Postgraduate (NEET-PG) 2024 examination, several candidates have reportedly not received the admit card for the exam scheduled to be held on June 23rd, 2024.

Taking to social media platforms including X (formerly Twitter), several users have referred to the delay in issuing admit cards and questioned the efficiency of the National Board of Examinations (NBE), which has the responsibility of conducting the Postgraduate Medical Entrance Exam.

Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that as per the NEET PG 2024 information bulletin, the admit card for NEET PG 2024 was scheduled to be released on June 18, 2024. While it was clear that admit card would be made live on the official website of NBE, it was also decided that candidates found ineligible before the conduct of the exam would not be issued the admit card.

Accordingly, on 18.06.2024, NBE issued a notice and mentioned that "The admit cards shall be issued “batch-wise” today onwards. Applicants for NEET-PG 2024 are advised to check their applicant login accounts on NEET-PG 2024 index page at NBEMS website https://natboard.edu.in periodically for admit card."


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However, several candidates have reportedly not received their admit cards to appear in the PG medical entrance examination. Health Activist Dr. Dhruv Chauhan stated that he received messages from numerous candidates who claimed not receiving their admit cards. He also pointed out that the problem was that there was no way for the aspirants to reach out to any NBE officials as well. 

"Many NEET PG aspirants haven’t received their Admit cards yet The issue is not just this , there is no way to reach out to any official in NBE via email or contact since nobody is receiving as per some students Dear @NbeIndia kindly look into this matter," Dr Chauhan mentioned an X post.

He shared the screenshot of an aspirant who messaged him claiming that there are around 150-200 other such doctors who did not receive their admit cards. "I am neetpg aspirant; I have successfully submitted my application with no queries whatsoever; haven't received single mail or message from nbe stating any issue with my application. Like me there are around 150-200 students who haven't their admit card," the screenshot of the candidate's message, shared by Dr. Chauhan, stated.

Commenting on the matter, Dr. Chauhan referred to the NBE notice stating that admit cards would be released "batch-wise" and told Medical Dialogues, "The clarification should have come officially by NBE on the day 1 of admit card release but they didn’t which kept Aspirants in a buzz of confusion and affecting their mental peace during the peak hours of preparation. This is against disciplinary approach to any exam. NBE should release it asap to clear any more mental stress on aspirants."

Addressing NBE in an X post, an aspirant wrote, "Today 20th june still my NEET PG admit card not appear on your website. Please reply what is the issue ??"

"With NEET PG just a few days away, thousands of aspirants have still not received their admit cards. Why can’t NMC/ National Board be more efficient in managing the NEET PG fiasco. Every year they find out new ways to trouble aspirants," a doctor mentioned in an X post.

Also Read: Appearing for NEET PG 2024! Know Do's and Dont's for exam day


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