Psychiatry for NEET-PG
Psychiatry is one of the sought-after branches of NEET-PG that deals with the study and treatment of mental illness, aberrant behaviour and sensitive disturbance. Preparing for this subject can become a cumbersome task for students in case of an inefficient preparation strategy. Questions from this subject carry a weightage of 15-20 marks, hence it is essential to study the subject in a comprehensive manner.
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How does PrepLadder make Psychiatry learning easy for students?
With PrepLadder, your Psychiatry preparation gets an extra edge as you access high-quality content specially curated by India’s top NEET-PG Psychiatry faculty. Our engaging and informative video lectures, easy-to-understand notes, QBanks, highly competitive test series, and other useful resources will help you understand the nitty-gritty of Psychiatry subject and help you retain the information for a longer period of time.
Meet our Psychiatry Faculty
Dr Ankit Goel is a Psychiatry maestro and a reputed educator. Having completed his MBBS from PGIMS Rohtak and MD in Psychiatry from the prestigious lady Hardinge medical college, he has assisted students in their Psychiatry preparation significantly. With his 5+ years of teaching experience, he has carved a niche for creatively organizing the subject to make students have a better understanding of the concepts.
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