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NEET MDS 2024 Exam Dates: Dental Aspirants Advocate for July Postponement

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In the wake of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Postgraduate (NEET PG) postponement, aspiring dental professionals are rallying for the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) to reschedule the NEET MDS examination to July. Explore the concerns and demands voiced by dental aspirants in this detailed article.

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Chorus Grows for NEET MDS 2024 Postponement: Following the recent delay in NEET PG, medical aspirants are urging NBEMS to reconsider the NEET MDS examination dates. Originally scheduled for February 9 (tentative), the lack of official notifications or application forms has caused uncertainty. Recent reports suggest a potential shift to March 18, prompting aspirants to voice their concerns and advocate for a postponement to July.

Twitter Campaign and Aspirants’ Concerns: Expressing discontent with the tentative NEET MDS 2024 exam date, candidates launched a Twitter campaign using hashtags such as #Postponeneetmds2024toJULY and #NEETMDS2024POSTPONEMENT. Concerns include the disparity in scheduling between NEET MDS and NEET PG, potential eligibility issues for those completing internships in July or August, and the lack of updates on NEET MDS compared to NEET PG.

Aspirants’ Voices on Social Media: Aspirants are using social media platforms to highlight their concerns, emphasizing the need for equitable treatment. Some argue that the substantial gap between the exam and counseling for MDS seems unfair and creates uncertainty. Others point out the lack of official notifications from NBEMS, adding to the anxiety and confusion among aspirants.

Demands for Clarity and Postponement: Medical aspirants are demanding clear communication on eligibility criteria, counseling dates, and the crucial cutoff date for internship completion. The postponement request is driven by the desire for synchronized exams, in line with Supreme Court rules, and to align with the delayed NEET PG schedule.

Appeal to Authorities: Frustrated by the uncertainty, aspirants are reaching out to authorities such as PM Modi, the Official Twitter Account of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, Mansukh Mandaviya, and NBEMS. They stress the impact on their concentration and study rhythm, calling for the NEET MDS 2024 exam to be postponed to July.

Current Status and Aspirants’ Anxieties: As of now, there is a notable lack of information regarding eligibility criteria, counseling dates, and the crucial cutoff date for internship completion, causing anxiety among aspirants. Scores of dental aspirants are united in their demand for the NEET MDS 2024 exam scheduled for March (as per ANI report) to be rescheduled to July 2024.

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