How To Study Pediatrics for NEET PG?
Given the few PG seats in Government Medical Colleges, there is an intense degree of competition to grab a coveted seat in a prestigious Medical Institution for all the aspirants of NEET PG. Owing to the extremely difficult nature of various PG exams, candidates feel apprehensive and succumb to anxiety.
With a view to relieve the candidate’s stress level and ease their preparation to get the maximum yield out of your study time – The simplest way is to prepare a subject to correlate it with the topics studied previously.
Pediatrics is considered one of the easiest and scoring subjects in NEET PG and you will have 15% weightage for this.
Unit-Wise Important Topics of Pediatrics for NEET PG:
|Unit Name||Most Important Topics|
|Resuscitation of New Born|
(Including Parameters to know Malnutrition Severity)
|Growth and Developmental Milestones|
|Nocturnal Enuresis, Autism|
|National Immunization Schedule 2016|
|Congenital Heart Disorders||VSD, ASD, TOF|
|TGA, TAPVR, Eisenmenger Complex|
|Gastro-Intestinal Disorders||Diarrhea (Treatment)|
|PAP (Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis)|
|Genetic Disorders||Pedigree Chart|
|Renal Disorders||Nephrotic Syndrome|
|Hyper and Hypothyroidism|
|Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia|
|Lysosomal Storage Disorders|
|Urea Cycle Defect Disorders|
|Von Gierke Disease|
|Krabbe Appearance on MRI|
Revision is a must: It is necessary that you should revise all the topics that you have covered. NEET PG is no doubt a tough entrance exam to crack, and candidates should not take any chance in preparation. It will either cost you another year or you can get into your dream college for studying PG.
ALL THE BEST!