NEET 2016 has come into effect
The Supreme Court has given green signal for the CBSE to hold National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) 2016-17 in two phases and approved the Medical Council of India’s schedule for the common entrance exams for undergraduate medical and dental courses.
The apex court order had implied that candidates who have appeared NEET Phase-1 (dated 01 May 2016) has been restricted to appear NEET Phase -2 (dated 24 july 2016) and fresh candidates are welcomed.
Latest update (May 7, 2016)
The court said it would decide on the fate of students who had appeared or are due to appear for examinations conducted by States as per their State laws on May 9, after hearing Solicitor-General Ranjit Kumar.
Private medical college in dilema for Supreme Court decision
Many private colleges in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh had filed petitions in various High Courts, seeking exemption from using the exam as one of the criteria for admissions.
Although, opposed by Medical Council of India ,the Court has allowed State to conduct the Entrance Test for “this year only” as special case.
From the above hearing from the bench in Supreme Court a numerous question has arised from the aspirants part regarding the Common Entrance Test like
- Is the decision made by Supreme Court is unbiased and in favour of the candidate’s future in Medical science?
- How have the States responded to the recent order? And how many private colleges will be affected by the ruling?
- Many private colleges in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh had filed petitions in various High Courts, seeking exemption from using the exam as one of the criteria for admissions. How it would impact the career of students of these states?
- How about the differences of syllabus of state and central board , is this going to affect the centralised Common Entrance Test?
- How are Students going to handle the differences in syllabus?
The Bench agreed to give the Centre time till May 10 to hold discussions with States on exempting them from NEET.
Are the future of the candidates, on the basis of their caliber or hanging on Supreme court’s decision?
The queries of the students are increasing with the decision of the Supreme court Bench.
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