NEET PG 2021 Postponed, Govt Incentivises Students for COVID-19 Duty

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Recently, there were many speculations that the NEET PG 2021 exam will be postponed due to rising COVID-19 cases. As per the resources, PM Modi reviewed various measures to increase human resources for effective management of the COVID-19 and decided, incentivizing medical students.

“Decisions may include delaying NEET and incentivizing MBBS pass-outs to study for it to join the COVID-19 duty. These decisions may also include utilizing the services of final-year MBBS and nursing students,” a government source said.

However, it has now been officially informed that the NEET 2021 exam is postponed till 31 August 2021. The NTA will announce the revised exam date one month before the exam. PM Modi made the decision to help bring the medical workforce together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

PM Modi has asked students who have completed their MBBS as well as MBBS final year students to join services in medical departments. The government will provide government recruitment and financial incentives to those who complete 100 days of COVID management services. Students appearing for the NEET PG 2021 should keep visiting the official website of the National Testing Agency to get updates about the exam.

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