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National Board of Examinations: Dates of DNB-CET SS exams released

Diplomate National Board Centralised Entrance Test Super Specialities (DNB-CET-SS 2016) conducted by the National Board of Examinations will be held on November 27.



New Delhi: Diplomate National Board Centralised Entrance Test Super Specialities (DNB-CET-SS 2016) conducted by the National Board of Examinations will be held on November 27.

Eligibility criteria:

Candidates who are in possession of post graduate medical degrees/ Provisional Pass Certificates by December 31, 2015 are eligible. The medical qualifications of the candidates should be recognised as per the provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act 1956 or DNB qualifications may apply. Moreover, Candidate should possess permanent registration certificate of MBBS qualification and their additional medical qualification should be registered with Medical council of India.

Examination fee:

The application fees for the exam is Rs 4500 should be remitted through payment gateway provided using a Credit Card or a Debit Card issued by banks in India or net banking.

Online registration:

Candidates are advised to go through the registration guide at website www.cetss.natboard.edu.in before proceeding to complete their registration & scheduling process. Once the candidate has completed his/her registration & scheduling process, there will be no option to for re-registration.

Last date for online registration: October 22, 2015

Date of DNB-CET-SS exam: November 27

Declaration of results: January 25, 2016

For more details visit www.cetss.natboard.edu.in

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