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DNB CET 2018 Exam Pattern

Last Updated - June 09, 2017

DNB CET 2018 Exam Pattern comprises 300 multiple choice single correct response questions in English language only.

  • Entrance examination DNB CET 2018 shall be held in June 2018 and conducted by National Board of Examinations as online computer-based exam only.
  • The examination shall be a multiple-choice questions exam delivered using online mode as per scheme prescribed.
  • There shall be No Negative Marking.
  • Syllabus for DNB NET 2018 involves 19 subjects. Every subject has different weightage.
  • Duration of DNB CET 2018 will be 3 hours and 45 minutes and shall be held in 2 sessions Forenoon and Afternoon.
  • Candidates shall be allocated to appear either in forenoon session or in the AFTERNOON session i.e. DNB CET comprises of ONE session / candidate only.

Candidates successful in DNB CET 2018 shall be asked to participate in a Centralized merit based counselling conducted by National Board of Examinations.


DNB CET 2018 Exam Pattern Highlights Table

DNB CET - Exam ModeOnline Computer Based Test
Conduction of DNB CETTwice in a Year (June & December)
Number of Papers1 Paper
Number of SectionsQuestions are placed Subject wise into 19 Parts
Question Paper TypeSingle Selection, Objective Type
Syllabus for DNB CETBased upon MBBS Subjects
DNB CET Exam Duration3 Hours and 45 Minutes
Negative MarkingNot Applicable
DNB CET Exam LanguageEnglish
Minimum Qualifying MarksMinimum Qualifying Marks Category-wise General Category – 50% PwH Category – 45% ST / SC / OBC Category – 40%
Seat AllotmentMerit Based Counselling conducted by NBE

DNB CET 2018 Exam Pattern in Detail

As is mentioned above DNB CET is conducted through online mode for the duration of 3 hours and 45 minutes. There would be 300 questions and every question has 4 options out of which one correct answer is to select. Negative Marking Scheme is not applicable.  300 questions are derived from 19 subjects. Every subject has its specific weightage.

Subject-wise weightage is being mentioned below as under:

SubjectsWeightage
Anatomy24
Physiology24
Biochemistry24
Pathology18
Microbiology18
Pharmacology18
Forensic medicine12
Ophthalmology12
Ent12
SPM, Statistics & Biomedical Research24
General Medicine26
Psychiatry6
Dermatology& STD6
Generalsurgery25
Orthopedics5
Anaesthesiology5
Radiology5
Obstetrics & Gynaecology24
Paediatric12

DNB CET 2018 Syllabus

Syllabus for DNB CET 2018 is based upon study area / subjects / study material under MBBS Programme as is prescribed accordingly Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India with prior approval of Government of India.

As stated above, 19 subjects are the base of the questions in DBN CET exam. Specific weightage is allotted to each subject and accordingly that number of the questions per subject is determined.

Now under this topic, we will observe contents of the subjects covered under DNB CET 2018 Syllabus.

Subject-wise Syllabus for DBN CET is as follows:

SUBJECTSDESCRIPTION
ANATOMYGross anatomy
Microanatomy
Embryology and Genetics
Neuroanatomy
PHYSIOLOGYGeneral Physiology
Blood
Respiratory System
Cardiovascular System
Gastrointestinal System
Nutrition
Environmental Physiology
Reproduction
Kidney
Neurophysiology
Sensory system
Motor system
BIOCHEMISTRYBiological cell
Biomolecules
Enzymes
Metabolic pathways, their regulation and metabolic
Hormones
Molecular Biology
Immunology
Environmental biochemistry, cancer and cancer makers
PATHOLOGYGeneral Pathology
Systemic Pathology
MICROBIOLOGYIntroduction to Microbiology
Introduction to Bacteriology
Bacterial Staining and Cultivation
Common Tests for Bacterial identification
Introduction to parasitology
Introduction to Virology
Laboratory Diagnosis of Viral Infection
Introduction to Mycology
Common Laboratory Methods for Diagnosis of Fungal Infections
Collection of Transport of Samples
Bacterial AND Viral Genetics
Vaccines
Bacteriology
PHARMACOLOGYGeneral Pharmacology
Autonomic nervous system & Peripheral nervous system
Central nervous system
Autacoids
Cardiovascular system
Gastrointestinal and respiratory system
Hormones
Chemotherapy
FORENSIC MEDICINEForensic Pathology
Clinical Forensic Medicine
Medical Jurisprudence
Forensic Psychiatry
Forensic Sciences
General Toxicology
Clinical Toxicology
Environmental Toxicology
Analytical Toxicology
OPHTHALMOLOGYCommon problems affecting the eye
Magnitude of blindness in India and its main causes
Principles of management of major ophthalmic emergencies
Major systemic diseases affecting the eye
Effect of local and systemic diseases on the patient’s vision and the necessary action required to minimise the sequelae of such diseases
Adverse drug reactions with special reference to ophthalmic manifestations
SPM, Statistics & Biomedical ResearchOrganic Chemistry
Biochemistry
Cell Biology
Medical Microbiology
Genetics
Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Application of Statistics & Mathematics for Biology
Immunology
Human Physiology
Principles of Medicinal Chemistry
Molecular Oncology
Toxicology & Pharmacology
Genome Biology
Advanced Immunology Interdisciplinary
Zoology
ENTThroat
Nose and paranasal sinuses
Ear 
GENERAL MEDICINEPrinciples of Geriatric Medicine - Normal ageing
Clinical assessment of frail elderly
Decisions about investigations and rehabilitation
Major manifestations of disease in elderly
PSYCHIATRYHuman behaviour and its application in patient care
Concept of motivation, its impact on human behaviour and illness related behaviour
Different types of emotions and their impact on health of the individual
Define personality, list determinants of personality, different theories of personality and learn methods of personality assessment
Concept of psychiatric disorders and their classification
DERMATOLOGY& STDIneffective dermatoses: Pyoderma
tuberculosis and Drug eruptions
urticaria
erythema multiforme
Gonococcal and Non-gonococcal infections
GENERAL SURGERYSkin: ulcers and wounds, wound infections, burns, skin infections
Head and Neck region
Arteries
Veins
Breast
Oesophagus
ORTHOPEDICSFracture
Classificaton of injuries around elbow & management of supracondylar fracture
Volkamann’s Ischaemic Contracture
Fracture pelvis & dislocation of hip
Fracture neck of femur
Fracture shaft of femur & tibia
Internal Derangements of Knee, Injuries of ankle & foot
Amputations
Congenital malformations
Disorders of the hip
Acute Pyogenic Ostyeomyelitis
Chronic Pyogenic Osteomyelities
Septic Arthritis
Other Arthritides (Rheumatoid/Ank.Spond.)
Osteo-articular tuberculosis: General consideration & principles of management
Tuberculosis: Spine
Poliomyelitis
Bone Tumours: Benign tumors, Malignant tumors
ANAESTHESIOLOGYPrinciples of acute medicine
Principles of applied physiology and applied pharmacology
Resuscitation (cardiopulmonary, cerebral, fluid and others)
Care of the unconscious patient, including airway and ventilation management
Management of blood, fluid, electrolyte balance, and metabolic disturbances in the surgical patient
Management of acute and chronic pain problems
Concepts of drug interactions
Surgical and anesthetic risk
Techniques of anaesthesiology
Pharmacology of muscle relaxant, application and monitoring
RADIOLOGYMusculo – Skeletal System
Respiratory System
Cardiovascular System
Gastrointestinal System
Urogenital Tract
CNS including Spine
Endocrine System
Clinically Applied Radio
Contrast Agents
OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

OBSTETRICS
Drugs prescription during pregnancy and lactation
Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
Anaemia in Pregnancy
Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR)
Rhesus Negative Pregnancy
Disorders of liver, kidneys in pregnancy
Multiple pregnancy
GUNAECOLOGY

Physiology of menstruation, common menstrual problem
Disorders of growth, amenorrhoeas
Carcinoma Endometrium
Carcinoma ovary
Carcinoma vulva
Gestational Trophoblastic disease
Genital Tract Fistulae
Adolescence, Pubertal changes, disorders of puberty

 

PAEDIATRICDescribe the normal growth and development during fetal life
neonatal period
childhood and adolescence and outline deviations thereof

Below mentioned books are recommended for the preparation of DNB CET 2018 Exam:

 SubjectBook NameAuthorISBN
Medical Entrance ExamSure Success Magic:
Maximum Advantage Guide for Integrated Course Study
 Ramgopal BISBN-10: 9351528138 ISBN-13: 978 9351528135
 Medical Entrance ExamMnemonics for Sure Success in PG Medical Entrance Examinations Kumar AISBN-10: 8123925255 ISBN-13: 978-8123925257
 Medical Entrance Exam Final Edge Image-Based Questions Paperback – 2016Marwah Deepak ISBN-10: 9352501632 ISBN-13: 978-9352501632
 Medical Entrance Exam MED PG Review (2015 supplement) Paperback – 1 Jan 2015Aggarwal IISBN-10: 8189477293 ISBN-13: 978-8189477295
 Medical Entrance Exam Exam Secrets DNB 2015 : Image Based Questions as per Latest DNB Exam 2014 Paperback – 2015Ashfaq Ul Hassan /
Muneeb Ul Hassan /
Saleem Ur Rehman 
ISBN-10: 8123925867 ISBN-13: 978-8123925868
 Medical Entrance ExamA Complete Guide To Dnb–Cet (2011 – 2000): Fully Explanatory With References From Latest Edition Of Standard Textbooks Paperback – 2013 Hassan Ashfaq UiISBN-10: 9350908344 ISBN-13: 978-9350908341
Medical Entrance ExamA guide for preparation of All India Exam 2015-2016 Arvind Arora& Amit TripathyISBN-10: 938572214X ISBN-13: 978-9385722141

Important Instructions

Candidate should know and understand the procedure of exam at Examination Hall. Below are the instructions, a candidate must follow during DNB CET:

  • After verification of ID and capture of digital signatures and biometrics, candidates will be escorted to the designated computer terminal at the examination centre. A Test Centre Administrator (TCA) will check candidate.
  • Candidates are required to keep their admit card and photo identification at all times during the conduct of examination.
  • Pencils, eraser and rough paper will be distributed to each candidate. No need to bring stationary/ writing material to exam centre.
  • Candidates are required to listen to the TCA’s instructions to begin the exam.
  • During the exam, candidate may use the rough paper for rough work.
  • Each workstation will be blocked on three sides – front, left and right. Candidates are advised not to look around at other candidates as there will be surveillance cameras that record both audio and video.
  • Any suspicious or disruptive behaviour on part of DNB CET candidate may lead to cancellation of candidature.
  • For any issues during the exam, candidate may raise his or her hand to notify TCA/Invigilator.
  • In case of any disruption, rest assured that a registered candidate will get to take the exam again within the testing/examination window.
  • In case of any disruption, rest assured that a registered candidate will get to take the exam again within the testing/examination window.

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