Media reports have reported that the NEET PG exam this year has been postponed to July 9. False information should not be circulated in the name of NBEMS.
A fake notice issued by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) that this year’s NEET PG exam has been rescheduled to July 9 was later called “fake” by the Press Information Bureau (PIB).
The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) also warned stakeholders Saturday against making “false and bogus statements” in its name. According to some reports in the media, this year’s NEET PG examination has been postponed to July 9.
The Press Information Bureau Fact Check handle wrote, “A FAKE notice claiming to be issued by the National Board of Examinations claims that the NEET PG exam has been postponed and will be held on 9th July. The exam has not been postponed.” It added that the exam will be held only on 21 May 2022.
“A #FAKE notice issued in the name of the National Board of Examinations claims that the NEET PG exam has been postponed & will now be conducted on 9th July 2022. The exam has not been postponed. It will be conducted on 21 May 2022 only,” tweeted PIB Fact Check.
A #FAKE notice issued in the name of the National Board of Examinations claims that the NEET PG exam has been postponed & will now be conducted on 9th July 2022.#PIBFactCheck— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) May 7, 2022
▶️ The exam has not been postponed.
▶️ It will be conducted on 21 May 2022 only. pic.twitter.com/790mTsZypM
Presently, the NBEMS awards Diplomate of National Board (DNB) and Doctorate of National Board (DrNB) certificates in approved specialties. The NBEMS announced on Saturday that it only publishes various notices regarding its activities on its website natboard.edu.in.
The Supreme Court was previously asked to clarify the validity of the EWS criteria in a petition. In the case pertaining to 2022 counseling, the case has been pending. In the petition, the apex court requested that the information bulletin specify the criteria for the EWS for the academic session 2022-23.
It advised stakeholders to visit the above-mentioned website for current and authentic information regarding NBEMS. “It has come to the notice of NBEMS that some unscrupulous elements are circulating false and bogus information using spoofed notices in the name of NBEMS. “All NBEMS notices issued July 2020 onwards bear a QR code. Users can scan the QR code to access the NBEMS website,” the NBEMS communication stated.
According to the notice, stakeholders should not be misled by unverified notices and should verify any information regarding NBEMS through the website. In case of questions, you can write to NBEMS at its Communication web portal or call NBEMS Candidate Care Support at 011-45593000.
- The NEET PG exam will be held on its scheduled date – 21 May 2022, according to NBEMS
- Updates and notices will be posted on the official website, natboard.edu.in, for those interested in taking the exam
NBEMS issues a caution regarding spoofed notices in the name of National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) pic.twitter.com/gmE0YR2N0M— ANI (@ANI) May 7, 2022
According to NBEMS, stakeholders should not be misled or allured by unverified notices, and should check any information regarding NBEMS through its website.
About Neet PG Exam
The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) established the National Testing Agency (NTA). A government of India ministry for education now has the title Ministry of Education (MoE). It is an independent, autonomous, and self-sufficient premier institution for administering efficient, transparent, and international standardized exams to assess candidates’ competency for admission to prestigious higher education institutions.
Before the National Testing Agency (NTA), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) administered the exam. There is a test in May that provides 90,000 places in MBBS and BDS colleges across India.