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On May 9, the Diplomate of National Board Post-Diploma Centralised Entrance Test will be held. On May 3, the DNB PDCET admit cards will be distributed. The exam will be conducted from 2 to 4 p.m. on May 9. The candidates must arrive at the exam center at 12 p.m. and register there. By May 31, 2021, the outcome will be known.

DNB Post-Diploma DNB Courses: Registration Begins for Entrance Test

On its official website, nbe.edu.in, the National Board of Education has begun accepting registrations for the Diplomate of National Board Post-Diploma Centralised Entrance Test (DNB PDCET). Eligible candidates for admission to medical colleges' post-diploma specialization courses must take the entrance exam, which is a computer-based examination scheduled for May 9. The deadline to register for the DNB PDCET is April 14 at 11:55 p.m. Although the edit window for the application will be available on April 17 and 18, documents can be corrected by April 30.

How to Apply for the DNB PDCET

Phase 1: Go to nbe.edu.in, the official website.

Phase 2: Select New User Registration from the drop-down menu and create a user ID and password.

Phase 3: Enter your id and password and fill out the application form.

Phase 4: Upload the necessary documents as soft copies.

Phase 5: Decide on a test city. Candidates can choose the other alternative if there isn't a desirable option available. By April 20th, they will be notified of their exam location.

Phase 6: Pay the application fee online and print the receipt.

Correction Window for DNB PDCET: From April 17 to April 18, the NBE will open a window for applicants to edit their applications. It would be possible to change the candidate's name, email address, nationality, and test city. Modifications NBE has already published the assessment brochure for the DNB PDCET 2021 Entrance Exam, according to which this year's test will be different. The registration fee was increased from Rs 4,500 to Rs 5,900 in 2020. There has also been a shift in the exam pattern. This year, each paper will have a total of 120 multiple choice questions from the relevant speciality. Last year, 200 multiple-choice questions were posed across eight specialties.

The exam's length has been shortened from two and a half hours to two hours as the number of questions has been reduced. The DNB PDCET will now be held in 23 cities across India. The DNB PDCET exam was held in 24 cities last year. Noida and Delhi-NCR will be regarded as a single exam city in 2021. 

Tie-Breaking Criteria for DNB PDCET: If two or more candidates earn the same ranking, the merit position will be decided by applying the following tie-breaker criteria in descending order:

Candidates with a higher number of correct answers on the question paper would earn a higher merit score. Candidates with less negative answers on the question paper would be put higher on the merit scale. Candidates who are older will be put in a higher merit position.

Specialty-based merit lists will be issued, with one for each sector. Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics (DGO), Diploma in Medical Radio Diagnosis (DMRD), Diploma in Radiology Therapy (DMRT), MBBS Diploma in Orthopaedics (DORTHO), DOMS, Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (DLO), Diploma in Anaesthetics (DA), Diploma in Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprosy (DVD), Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), Diploma in (DCP)

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