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NEET now a must for aspiring medical students,: All you want to know in 10 points

Fri April 29 2016, 12:58 pm
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    1. For aspiring medical students, the Supreme Court has paved the way for the use of National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) overruling all objections. Here are top 10 things to note: Students aspiring for admission to under-graduate medical courses will now have to appear in the NEET. Supreme Court has declined pleas for exemption from NEET by Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Noting the submission by the states and others who were not party to the proceedings that "it would not be proper to hold NEET", the court said: "We do not agree with the a submission for the reason that the said judgment (July 18, 2013) has already been recalled on April 11, 2016 and therefore, the notifications dated December 21, 2010 are in operation as on today." (Reuters)

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    2. "We don't agree with the submission" that it was "not proper to hold NEET", said the bench, declining plea by three states that they have their own statutory regime for holding their separate entrance examinations. However, the order passed on Thursday today made it clear that not accepting of the plea by Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh would not affect their petitions challenging the 2010 notification of NEET. (PTI)

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    3. A bench of Justice Anil R. Dave, Justice Shiva Kirti Singh and Justice A.K. Goel gave its nod to two-phase holding of the NEET by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on May 1 and July 24, the declaration of results on August 17 this year, and counselling and admissions later. (PTI)

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    4. The CBSE had divided it into NEET-I and NEET-II, which Additional Solicitor General Pinki Anand informing the court that about 6.5 lakh students would be taking entrance exam in NEET-I and another 2.5 lakh in NEET-II. (PTI)

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    5. The Supreme Court also made it clear that by its April 11 order, recalling its July 18, 2013 order, the December 21, 2010 notification making NEET mandatory for admission in undergraduate and post graduate courses stood restored. Stating that "NEET shall be held", the bench in its order said: "We further clarify that notwithstanding any order passed by any court earlier with regard to not holding NEET, this order shall operate. Therefore, no further order is required to be passed at this stage." (PTI)

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    The two-phases test, first on May 1 and second on July 24, is also "discriminatory" as questions asked in the first phase will not be asked in the next. (PTI)

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    7. Appearing for one of the parties seeking to be heard, senior counsel Rajeev Dhavan said: "I can't say that the dissenting judge was pushing his case" and the recall of does not mean that it has been set aside. The April 11 order was passed by the five judge constitution bench of Justice Dave, Justice Goel, Justice A.K. Sikri, Justice R.K. Agrawal, and Justice R. Banumathi. (PTI)

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    8. Similarly the court rejected the plea by the associations of private medical colleges from Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh that they be allowed to admit students on the basis of exams conducted by them. The CMC Vellore too urged the court it may be allowed to admit students' in undergraduate medical courses on the strength of entrance test conducted by it. (PTI)

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    9. Senior counsel P.P. Rao, L. Nagashwar Rao and Harin Rawal appearing for the Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana respectively, argued that the medical admissions in their states were done on the basis of qualifying or entrance examinations conducted as per their statutory regime. They told the court that their their regime had the sanction of article 371(d) of the constitution and had received the president's assent, and contended that unless the court hold their statutory regime as void, they could not be asked to follow the NEET route for admission in undergraduate and post graduate medical courses. (Express photo)

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    India, which has over 8,000 medical students studying in China topped the list with an increase of 3,116, compared to 2014. Pakistan followed next with 2,294. Kazakistan posted an increase of 1434.

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    Chaitra.B
    Apr 29, 2016 at 3:40 pm
    Navu neat exam nalli appear agoke aipmt examge apply madirbeka?
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      Subrata
      Apr 30, 2016 at 6:29 am
      Incredible India !!Hon'ble SC did not have time to hear the plea of AG (Central Govt.) on Friday forcing more than 6.5 lakhs students to take NEET-I on 01.05.2016, which itself has been adjudged 'unfair and difficult' by Central Govt. CBSE & MCI suggested a time schedule for conducting NEET on Thursday, which was accepted by SC,. only to be refuted by the Central Govt. 24 hours later. Should Centre haul the officials of CBSE & MCI for suggesting unfair/unjust schedule in the first place and thus creating a chaos.On 11 April, Centre says it is not possible conduct NEET in 2016, after 15 days, it says it can be done, what magic has happened in between, is Centre so afraid of WP by third party that it can forego rationale and suggest 'unworkable' solution?What is the future of NEET-I and NEET-II ? At this point of time nobody knows. What will happen to Stage -I tests of Central/State/Private Colleges like AMU, IP, Bihar, KIIT etc. ?? Will the students get back their registration money from these colleges? Most of these colleges completed formalities before 11.04.2016 when SC recalled earlier decision to bring NEET, in what way are they responsible ? This can happen only in India
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