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NEET PG 2022: NBE Asks To Email Images By May 12

NEET PG 2022
May 10, 2022

National Board of Examination of Medical Sciences (NBEMS) has recently released a list of all the NEET PG 2022 candidates who have not yet uploaded their images as per the NBE guidelines. 

Addressing those students, the NBEMS has instructed the students to submit the required image in their application form to NBEMS at email ID neetpg@natboard.edu.in by May 12, 2022, 6 PM.

Read The Official Notice Here!

A few days earlier, the NBE had extended the last date for the correction of the NEET PG 2022 application particulars. All appearing and registered candidates were also informed about their concerned corrections (images and other details) via emails.

For the same, NBE has issued a notice dated 09th May 2022, in which it has been stated that, “some of the applicants for NEET-PG 2022 have failed to upload the images.” The notice further reads,“They have also failed to rectify such incorrect images despite being given opportunities through the final edit window as well as through individual emails sent at their registered email IDs,” for these students. 

The NBE has also shared a list of such students who need to submit the correctly formatted images for the NEET PG 2022 along with the application ID, and has highlighted the fields that need the correction.

List Of The Students Who Need To Submit The Documents

“All such candidates are being informed once again through emails also to rectify the incorrect images in their application forms. They shall be able to submit the required image(s) in their application form to NBEMS at email ID neetpg@natboard.edu.in,” the notice has further informed the students. 

Instructions For The Image Submission

The students must take note that the required images (in the prescribed format) must be submitted only through the registered email ID. The NBE also informed candidates that no further opportunity will be given to rectify the incorrect images. NEET PG 2022 admit cards may not be issued to candidates who fail to rectify the incorrect images in their application form, it added.