NEET PG Exam 2023: Union Health Minister reviews conduct of test

Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya made a surprise visit to NEET PG Centre at Patiala to review the security arrangements and conduct of examination at the exam centre.

He also met and interacted with the parents of the candidates. This is the first time that the Union Health Minister has visited a National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) exam centre while the examination is ongoing.

Congratulating the students appearing for the NEET PG exam, the Union Health Minister said that he is satisfied with the arrangements at the examination centre. “I had the opportunity to interact with parents of students during my visit at the Patiala Exam centre. I wish them all the best for the exam today”.
NEET PG 2023 is being conducted by NBEMS on computer based platform for 2,08,898 candidates at 902 examination centres spread across 277 cities.

As a part of zero tolerance policy of NBEMS for use of unfair means, strict vigilance is being observed at all the examination centres, including but not limited to biometric verification, CCTV surveillance, document verification, mobile phone jammers, etc.