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Nadia District of West Bengal at a Glance

About Nadia District :

The geographical boundary of Nadia district comprises Bangladesh in the East, Bardhaman and Hugli district on the West, Murshidabad district on the North and North West and North 24 Parganas towards South and South East. Situated on the main rail route connecting Howrah/Kolkata and New Jalpaiguri(NJP) including parts of North Eastern states, the Nadia district can easily be accessed by rail. Nadia is situated between 22º53? and 24º11? North latitude and 88º09? and 88º48? East longitude and about 390027 Sq Kms. in Area, this Ditrict is linear in shape with orientation of North-South. The District is Approximately 46 ft. above the mean sea level.Nadia remains evergreen with seasonal field crops throughout the year for its plenty of underground water and soil type (new alluvium). Almost all the important crops are profitably grown in this district the economy of which depends mainly on agriculture. Farmers of this district are progressive in mind to adopt new technology for development of agriculture. Nadia district has some important centres of pilgrimage and ancient learning like Nabadwip,Santipur and Mayapur, places of historical interest like Ballal Dhipi,Battle ground of Plassey,Krishnanagar Rajbari,Birth place of Poet Krittibas at Fulia and tourist spots like Bethuadahari Forest and Ghurni.

District at a Glance :

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Tourist Places :

Mayapur  :

Mayapur is situated on the opposite of Nabadwip across the river Bhagirathi. Some Schools of thought claim this place to be the actual birth place of Lord Sri Chaitanya

The ISKCON temple of A.C.Bhaktivedanta, the Saraswat Adwaita Math and the Chaitanya Gaudiya Math are the important temples at Mayapur. During Holi (DOL) festival Rashyatra Mayapur presents itself as a center of harmony, amity, fraternity and festivity

Ballal Dhipi :

Ballal Dhipi is located near Bamanpukur Bazar on way to Mayapur at a distance of about 25 K.M. from Krishnanagar. The excavation work was started here by the Archaeological Survey of India in the early 1980s, It revealed a unique structural complex covering nearly 13,000 Sq. meters. Centering around a mound (Dhipi) having a height of 9 metres.Ballal Dhipi is located near Bamanpukur Bazar on way to Mayapur at a distance of about 25 K.M. from Krishnanagar. The excavation work was started here by the Archaeological Survey of India in the early 1980s, It revealed a unique structural complex covering nearly 13,000 Sq. meters. Centering around a mound (Dhipi) having a height of 9 metres.
This complex identifies itself with the Vikramsila Vihar. Experts say that this side of Stupa (Vihar) of eighth / ninth century was perhaps a seat of learning and pilgrimage up to the eleventh century.

Krishnanagar :

Krishnanagar is the district headquarters situated on the bank of river Jalangi. Krishnanagar is named after Raja Krishna Chandra Rai (1728 – 1782). The Rajbari built here during the reign of Raja Krishna Chandra Rai is a prominent place of tourist attraction though the remnants of the past glory have been eroded  and only a dilapidated structure of the exquisite places with carving on its inner walls exists today.Krishnanagar is the district headquarters situated on the bank of river Jalangi. Krishnanagar is named after Raja Krishna Chandra Rai (1728 – 1782). The Rajbari built here during the reign of Raja Krishna Chandra Rai is a prominent place of tourist attraction though the remnants of the past glory have been eroded  and only a dilapidated structure of the exquisite places with carving on its inner walls exists today.
Krishnanagar was the birth place of the noted Poet, Composer and Playwright Shri. Dwijendra Lal Roy (1863 – 1913) whose contribution to Bengali Literature needs no mention. The Christian Missionaries attached much importance to Krishnanagar. The Protestant Church was built here during 1840s . The Roman Catholic Cathedral was built in 1898. The origin of famous clay models of Krishnanagar is
Ghurni. The clay model artists of Ghurni have won international repute and fame for their excellence in clay modelling

Instruction for Filling Application Form (NEET – PG 2014)

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1.1 The application form for NEET-PG for admission to MD/MS courses for 2014 session will  available online at website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg.

1.2 Candidate may kindly note that there is no option for submitting the form other than the online mode, offline applications or printed copies cannot be accepted.

1.3 Candidates are required to go through the instructions given and overview of the application before proceeding to fill up the online application.

1.4 Online Applications for admission to the examination should be completed by the prescribed cutoff date (see “Important Dates” on cover page). You will be able to print the acknowledgment of submission of online application on successful completion of online registration and scheduling. All fields marked * are mandatory. An acknowledgement shall also be sent by email to the registrant candidate.

1.5 Applications of candidates producing false or fabricated information will not  any future examinations.

1.6 Information bulletin for NEET-PG can be downloaded from NEET website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg. Candidates should go through the bulletin carefully for eligibility criteria before contacting the Board’s Office. Queries pertaining to eligibility and other issues will only be entertained if the information requested is not given in bulletin or on website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg.

1.7 Registration Guide

Important Instructions

I. Check your eligibility for NEET-PG 2014 on www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg.
II. You must purchase an Information Bulletin-cum-Examination Fee Voucher from selected list of Axis Bank branches prior to beginning the online registration process. More information may be found on www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg.
III. “*” indicates mandatory field. The boxes marked with this symbol must be filled in or you will not be allowed to complete your registration.
IV. Ensure you have a valid and unique email address before you begin the registration process. The steps are as followes

  • Create Profile
  • Apply for NEET PG
  • Schedule Test

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NEET – PG Result

1.1  Qualifying  Criteria

As per the Postgraduate Medical Education (Amendment) Regulations : In order to be eligible for admission to any postgraduate course in a particular academic year, it shall be necessary for a candidate to obtain a percentile of 50 and above in ‘ National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Postgraduate courses’ held for the said academic year. However, in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, the minimum percentile shall be 40. In respect of candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs, the minimum percentile shall be 45 . The percentile shall be determined on the basis of highest scaled scores secured in the All-India common merit list in ‘National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test’ for Postgraduate courses.

Sl.CategoryPassing Criteria
1General50% Percentile
2SC/ST/OBC40% Percentile
3PWD45% Percentile

1.2  Validity  of  NEET-PG Result

The validity of the result of the NEET-PG shall be only for the current admission session for MD/MS/PG Diploma courses and cannot be carried forward for the next session of admissions for MD/MS/PG Diploma. Kindly note that the schedule of admissions for MD/MS/PG Diploma courses is governed by Post Graduate Medical Education  Regulations  issued by Medical Council of India with prior approval of  central  Government and the Judgments of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.

1.3   Declaration  of  Result

The results for NEET shall be declared by  January 2014 . The mark sheet-cum-result certificate for the NEET-PG examination can be downloaded from the website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg after the declaration of result.

1.4  Dispatch of  Result

The result will be displayed at NEET-PG website.

1.5  Tie – Breaker  Criteria

In the event of two or more candidates obtaining same percentile, the merit position shall be determined by the number of wrong responses of such candidates . Candidate with less number of wrong responses shall be placed at higher merit. In case of tie with same percentile rank and same number of wrong responses, date of birth shall be considered to determine inter-se-merit. An elder candidate shall be placed at a higher merit failing which marks obtained in qualifying exam i.e. MBBS shall be considered.

1.6  Results – Equating  &  Scaling

The question paper of NEET-PG comprises of 240 multiple choice questions each with four options and only one correct response . Multiple question  papers are used for NEET-PG for different sessions and days. A standard psychometrically-sound approach is employed for the scoring process of DNB CET . This approach has been applied to score all large scale Computer Based Examination utilizing multiple question papers.

Step 1: Calculation of Raw Marks  are calculated based on the number of questions answered correctly, incorrectly or omitted. Correct Answer +1 point Incorrect Answer /Omitted 0 point .

Step 2: Raw Marks are equated While all papers (forms) are carefully assembled to ensure that the content is comparable, the difficulty of each form may be perceived by different subjects undertaking the test to slightly vary. Such minor differences in the overall difficulty level are accurately measured after all the different question papers (forms) have been administered and the results analyzed. A postequating process is necessary to ensure validity and fairness. Equating is a psychometric process to adjust differences in difficulty so that scores from different test papers (forms) are comparable on a common metric and therefore fair to candidates testing across multiple papers (forms). To facilitate this comparison, each form contains a pre-defined number of questions (items) selected from a large item bank, called an equating block, which is used as an anchor to adjust candidates scores to the metric of the item bank. Taking into account of candidates’ differential performance on these equating blocks, each individual’s raw marks are adjusted for difference in paper (form) difficulties. During post-equating, test items are concurrently analyzed and the estimated item parameters (item difficulty and discrimination) are put onto a common metric. Item Response Theory (IRT), a psychometrically supported  statistical model, is utilized in this process. The result is a statistically equated raw score that takes into account the performance of the candidate along with the difficulty of the form administered.

Step 3: Equated raw score is scaled in order to ensure appropriate interpretation of an equated raw score, the scores must be placed on a common scale or metric. A linear transformation is used for this scaling process, which is a standard practice for such test administration. Post equating takes into account any statistical differences in examination difficulty and ensures all candidates are evaluated on a common scale. The aforesaid steps ensure that all examination scores are valid,  equitable and fair. Merit List shall be prepared on the basis of scaled score obtained by the candidates.

1.7  There is no provision for re-checking/re-totaling/re-evaluation of the question paper, answers, score/marks and no query in this regard will be entertained.


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An Overview of NEET-PG

An Overview of NEET-PG 2017 (For admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma courses 2018 session)
1Purpose of
Examination
Qualifying cum Ranking Examination for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma courses
2PeriodicityAnnual
3Pattern of examinationMCQ based with single correct response
4No. of items (questions)300
5Negative marking(-1) mark
6SyllabusAs per Graduate Medical Education Regulation
7Mode of conductComputer Based
8Criteria for passing the examinationMinimum percentile of 50 in the exam for General Minimum percentile of 40 for SC/ST/OBC Minimum percentile of 45 for PWD
9Seat AllotmentMerit Based Counseling conducted as per PG Medical Education Regulations
10Reservation of
seats
As per applicable guidelines /Regulation /Govt. Policy

 

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Frequently Asked Question for NEET – PG

1.1 Background on NEET-PG

1. What is the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Postgraduates ? 

NEET-PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single entrance examination to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses as per Section (10) of Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. No other entrance examination, either at state or institution level, shall be valid for entry to MD/MS/PG Diploma Courses w.e.f. Admission Session – 2018.

2. Is the NEET-PG a mandatory test ? 

Yes, the NEET-PG is a mandatory test for gaining admission to any Postgraduate Medical Courses w.e.f. 2018 admission session.

3. Who is eligible to take the NEET-PG ?

Candidates in possession of MBBS degree/Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate from a Medical College/Institute duly recognized as per the provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act, possessing either a permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS or equivalent qualification issued by the Medical Council of India / State Medical Council and have completed one year of internship or are likely to complete the same on or before 31st March 2018 may apply for NEET-PG.

4. Who will be conducting the NEET-PG ?

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) will be conducting the NEET-PG.

5. When will the NEET-PG be conducted ?

The first NEET-PG will be conducted in 7th January 2018.

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Overview of NEET – PG 2014 Computer Based Testing

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Steps are follows :

step 1 :  Purchase of Information Bulletin-cum-Examination Fee Voucher

step 2 : Notification of Test Dates & Scheduling of Examination

step 3 : Issue of admit cards

step 4 : Practice test (At NEET-PG website for registered candidates)

step 5 :Reporting of candidates at the test centre

step 6 : Security and Check in Process

step 7 :Test tutorial (15 minutes before exam)

step 8 :Actual test/examination (3 hours)

step 9 :Ending the test

 

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Admit – Card for NEET – PG 2013

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1.1  At the end of Registration and Scheduling process the applicant will get a computer generated acknowledgement, this acknowledgment shall also be sent at the registered e-mail ID of the applicant. A print out of this acknowledgment constitutes the Admit Card-cum-Confirmation Slip. Candidate is required to affix a latest passport size photograph of the following specifications on this acknowledgement. Candidate is required to bring a print out of this acknowledgement to the test centre along with a identification document as per mention below.

1.2  Specifications for Photograph –

  • A photograph of minimum 35×45 mm with at least 75% coverage of face & head of the candidate.
  • A caption indicating name of candidate and date of taking photograph should be there at the bottom of photo.
  • Photograph should be taken in a white /very light colored background.
  • The photograph needs to display full front view of the face. Please look directly into the camera with a neutral expression.
  • Please avoid photograph with reflection or shadow on the face with red eyes.
  • The photograph needs to be printed on a high quality paper with at least 600 dpi resolutions.
  • The colours must possess the natural appearance and skin tone.
  • The photograph must not have kinks, scratches and stains.

1.3 Candidates are required to bring their admit cards along with one of the following original Government issued identification card at the test site –

  •  Passport or
  •  PAN Card or
  • Voters’ ID card or
  • Driving License or
  • Aadhar Card or

1.4  MCI/State Medical Council registration certificate bearing photograph of the candidate. Please note that the document has to be valid document, expired documents (expired by date) or photocopies of original are not acceptable. The name of the candidate in the identification document shall be the same as that in the Admit Card-cum-Confirmation Slip.
1.5 Candidates may kindly note that they have to report by the time as indicated in the admit card  according to the above  Information Bulletin. Candidates reporting late or beyond the prescribed time shall not be allowed to appear in the test.

1.6 The candidate shall appear at the centre as shown on his/her Admit Card at his/her own cost. Candidates have the option of choosing  their  examination centre, date and time through the online registration & scheduling system. Availability of test centre option is on a first come first served basis, and candidates will only be shown sessions that are available at the point of scheduling.

1.7  Test Centre Location: Exact address and location of the test centres is available at the online registration and scheduling application at neet-pg  website. Location map of the test centers are also available at the website. Candidates are advised to familiarize themselves with the test centre  locations and ensure that they report for the test as per scheduled time only. Maps and directions to each centre are available on NEET-PG  website  www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg . Candidates are required to plan their travel accordingly.

1.8  Candidates are advised to familiarize themselves with the location of examination centre and plan travel time accordingly. Candidates have to reach the test centres on or before the reporting time. Candidates may note that late entry to the examination premises is not permitted under  any  circumstances  .  NBE shall not be responsible for any delayed arrival of the candidate in reaching the centre due to any reason. All candidates at the centre shall be frisked by security guards and biometric information shall be captured.

  • Identity checks will be made upon arrival at the test centre to ensure that there are no unauthorized candidates appearing for the exam. Candidates are required to cooperate with the security checks.
  • Please note that only the registered candidates will be allowed at the examination centre.
  •  Friends  or relatives accompanying the candidates will not be allowed entry in the examination centre under any circumstances and will not be allowed to contact the candidate while the examination process is ongoing.

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