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Result of DNB Practical Exam, December 2018 session has been declared in the specialty of Anaesthesiology (ESIC Medical College & PGIMSR - Bangalore, Govt Medical College - Nagpur, Mysore Medical College & RI - Mysore, Bangalore Baptist Hospital - B'lore, Govt. Medical College - Kozhikode, Gandhi Medical College - Hyderabad and KEM Hospital – Pune centres), Nephrology (Yashoda Hospital - Secunderabad, Andhra Medical College - Vishakhapatnam and Institute of Kidney Diseases & Research Centre - Institute of Transplantation Sciences – Ahmedabad centres), Nuclear Medicine (AIIMS-New Delhi & Tata Memorial Hospital-Mumbai centres), OBGY (KIMS - Secunderabad and Gandhi Medical College – Secunderabad centres), Respiratory Medicine (Govt Medical College - Thiruvananthapuram and PGIMS – Rohtak centres), Endocrinology, General Medicine (Command Hospital (AF) - Bangalore, B J M C - Pune, Andhra Medical College - Visakhapatnam and Northern Railway Hospital - New Delhi centres), Orthopaedics (MGIMS - Wardha, RML Hospital - New Delhi and MIOT Hospital – Chennai centres), Health Administration including Hospital Administration, Anatomy, Medical Oncology (Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences – Hyderabad), Pathology (AFMC - Pune & Mysore Medical College - Mysore), Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine (MGIMS – Wardha), Surgical Oncology (Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology - Bangalore), General Surgery(Govt Medical College - Kanya Kumari and Andhra Medical College – Visakhapatnam), Neuro Surgery (Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences – Hyderabad) , Ophthalmology (AFMC - Pune And Base Hospital - Delhi Cantt), Cardio Thoracic Surgery (National Heart Institute - New Delhi and Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences – Bangalore Centres), Cardiology (SVIMS - Tirupati and B J M C – Ahmedabad centres), Gastroenterology (Army Hospital - (R&R) - Delhi Cantt), Paediatric Surgery (MAMC - New Delhi) and Peripheral Vascular Surgery (Sir Ganga Ram Hospital - New Delhi)

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Notice Board Details:
Fri 08th Aug, 2014 [THESIS SUBMISSION-REGARDING]

National Board of Examinations

New Delhi

Dated: 15th July, 2014

SUBJECT: THESIS SUBMISSION-REGARDING

Attention: Applicant candidates for DNB Final Examination December 2014

As per NBE norms, writing a thesis is essential for all DNB candidates towards partial fulfillment of eligibility for award of DNB degree certificate.

It has already been informed vide notices published by NBE time to time that DNB candidates are required to submit their theses before the cut off date which shall be 30th June of same year for candidates appearing for their scheduled December final theory examination. Similarly candidates who shall be appearing in their scheduled December DNB final examination shall be required to submit their thesis by 30th of preceding June.

For December 2014 exam going candidates, the prescribed cut off dates are as follows:

For DNB Final Examination (December 2014)

Cut off date

Fee to be submitted for assessment (In INR)

Cut off date for regular submission

30-06-2014

3500/-

Extended cut off date with an additional late fee

30-09-2014

7500/-

Fee can be deposited through pay-in-slip/challan at any of the Indian bank branch across India. The challan can be downloaded from NBE website www.natboard.edu.in

Candidates who will fail to submit their theses by the aforementioned extended cut off date shall NOT be allowed to appear in DNB final examination to be held in December 2014.

Thesis should be hard bound and the front cover page should be printed in the standard format. A hard bound thesis should be accompanied with:

A summary of thesis

Thesis submission form duly completed

NBE copy of challan in original

Soft copy of thesis in a CD duly labeled

Copy of letter of registration with NBE

A declaration of thesis work being bonafide in nature and done by the candidate himself/herself at the institute of DNB training need to be submitted bound with thesis. It must be signed by the candidate himself/herself, the thesis guide and head of the institution, failing which thesis shall not be considered.

DNB Candidates should refrain from adopting any unethical practice in preparation & submission of thesis to NBE for assessment. If any unethical practice is detected in work of the thesis, the same is liable to be rejected. Such candidates are also liable to face disciplinary action as may be decided by the NBE.

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