NEET 2017: Aspirants last year had to encounter several problems as the decision regarding conduction of all the medical and dental admissions through NEET were delayed and the aspirants and their parents do not want their children to meet with the same fate this year as well. To avoid the confusion that overpowered the admission season last year, parents of medical aspirants this year plan to take all the necessary steps required to ensure no problems arise. In addition to organising meets, the parents have also planned to write to the directorate of medical education and research and the commissioner of CET cell, Indian Express reported.
As the tentative dates for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test were announced, the parents expressed their anxiety over the admission process which was not only disrupted because of the delayed decision on when the all medical and dental admission through NEET will be conducted disrupted the entire admission process and left the aspirants confused and hoping for a better management. In addition to the confusion caused by the delayed decision, the students were also distressed because of the difference in cirriculam of NEET and the state run exam, CET, Common Entrance Test. The students, because of this had to reserve seats in more than one colleges. The medical aspirants were met with more problems even after the exam was conducted because of the flip flop in the decision regarding conselling sessions for govt nad deemed colleges.
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To avoid all these confusion the parents of the aspirants have asked for a structured counselling and admission process along with clarity over the number of reserved seats for the local students of Maharashtra in “private and unaided medical colleges”. Also, the parents demand information on all the new colleges and the expected increase in the number of seats. Parents demand the same system as the engineering process where students have a choice between changing the college or navigating between different courses in the same college without affecting other aspirants.