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NEET 2016: Top 3 reasons why India needs NEET

Fri April 29 2016, 1:56 pm
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    NEET 2016: A day after the Supreme allowed holding of a two-phased single common entrance test for MBBS, BDS and PG courses through National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) on May 1 and July 24, the Centre today moved the Supreme Court seeking modification of its order to allow state governments and private colleges to hold separate entrance examinations for MBBS and BDS courses for the academic year 2016-17. The AG suggested there appears to be some genuine difficulties and there is a need for some change in the order. He suggested that the first phase of NEET scheduled for May 1 be scrapped and all the students be allowed to take the exams on July 24. Rohatgi said there was a need to modify yesterday's order as there was a lot of confusion arising out of it. Be that as it may, here we list out top 3 reasons why India needs NEET:

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    NEET 2016: 1. According to lawyer Gaurav Sharma, one common test at an all-India level will bring much-required relief for students, as multiple tests in different colleges at different times and in different states cause much hardship to them. It will not only regulate medical education, but will also bring in standardisation and check corrupt practices.

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    NEET 2016: 2. By conducting their own entrance tests, many private institutions are selecting academically-weaker but financially-sound candidates. With NEET, unscrupulous and money-minded businessmen entering and operating in the field of education will diminish, says Supreme Court lawyer MR Shamshad.

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    NEET 2016: 3. Experts feel the government must expand its capacities as private colleges are necessarily going to be out of bounds for meritorious middle class and poor students. An all-India entrance exam is likely to set better standards than those administered by states and private medical colleges. At the end of the day, the country needs better doctors.

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    NEET 2016 - What the Supreme Court order states: SC has approved holding of MBBS, BDS entrance through NEET and cleared the decks for holding of National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), a single common entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses, in two phases for the academic year 2016-17 in which around 6.5 lakh candidates are likely to appear. The apex court approved the schedule put before it by the Centre, CBSE and the Medical Medical Council of India (MCI) for treating All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) fixed for May 1 as NEET-1 and those who have not applied for AIPMT will be given opportunity to appear in NEET-II on July 24 and the combined result would be declared on August 17 so that the admission process can be completed by September 30. The order would imply that all government colleges, deemed universities and private medical colleges would be covered under the NEET and those examinations which have already taken place or slated to be conducted separately stands scrapped. The order, ending all uncertainty, was pronounced after rejecting the opposition for holding NEET by states including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh and Association of Karnataka Medical Colleges besides minority institutions like CMC Vellore which had contended that NEET cannot be imposed on them.

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    ashish mankar
    May 1, 2016 at 5:27 pm
    Your dicision is not wrong mr sir but for the preparation of NEET about 2 years are mustly required so please conduct NEET exam from 2018 ........plz sir.
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      Ashok
      Apr 30, 2016 at 9:32 am
      I hate indian govt. Agar schdule m change karna h toh pahle karte. Itna fast decision kyo.many student enough time to prepare another state exam but not aipmt.its not good for many students.neet is a good idea but from 24 july or next year...
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        Mariya clarinda
        Apr 30, 2016 at 4:17 pm
        These bloody s playing with our life , I studied state board and how is it possible for me to study cbse in just three months ...... This verdict and all is supposed to be said to us before a year and not now
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          DR MUKESH
          May 17, 2016 at 11:28 pm
          "NEET (swatch) INDIA HEALTHY INDIA"NEET is welcome. NEET 2016 will only create 'problems' for private colleges, not students. Private insutions are selecting academically-weaker but financially-sound candidates. If Government is planning to defer NEET 2016 by ordinance, it looks like the future is slipping away from us. Whom should we expect justice from? Private colleges in Medical education might have booked MBBS & BDS seats with lacs of Rupees. So they are demanding NEET to be deferred this year. I am happy with SC decision. Now deserving students will be future of our GREAT INDIA. I hope PM will intervene to stop malpractice in medical education system. NEET covers only medical colleges. Why not Engineering, Nursing, etc colleges as well?1. WHY NOT ONE COUNTRY - ONE TEST LIKE USA TO STOP CORRUPTION and 100% transparency in all educational insution in India by ‘Computer Based Online test’.Students need to appear for just one medical entrance exam instead of a bunch of entrances (which is the current situation).2. A common syllabus for all medical aspirants across India.3. A single All India Rank will be declared by the conducting authorities.4. Students may be able to take admission to any medical college across the country, irrespective of their domicile state.5. Only one exam and counselling, hence less expenses.6. Fees structure shall be common and compeion between various collages will increase to wee for students with better faculty. 7. No partiality or preference to anyone. Undeserving and irresponsible candidates will given a royal foot in their behind. Overall quality of education and p outs will increase.8. Students are nation wealth of country9. If NEET is defer this year what will happen if aspirant students and Committee including Hon’ble Justice R M Lodha and others for monitoring of MCI activity under article 142 of consution 10. What message will go to Indian sovernity 11. What will happen about mentality of aspirant for MBBS & family members12. Notification is already being issued for 2ND NEET13. INDIAN SOVERNITY IS “WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, PEOPLE OF INDIA ARE NOT ANIMAL”
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            rameshanand k
            Apr 29, 2016 at 12:15 pm
            whether that NGO sankalp charity was closed their eyes for last 5, see how is our legal system works. In india only it can happen. for 5 years they slept suddenly they gotup and filed one PIL the hon'ble court respondence immediately now, hon'ble court acted without considering anybody's feeling, atleast it should be taken up before announcement of the admission everybody got ready themselves the new arragement but all of a sudden judgement will disappoints all younsters. this is how anything can possible in india only not in any other country.
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              H. K.
              May 2, 2016 at 2:09 am
              Ashish MankarTake some English Tuitionwhat is mustly .. .. .. .. LOLwere you not prepared for AIPMT-2016 if so whats the difference you got more opportunities
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                Rameswar Pattanayak
                Apr 30, 2016 at 9:34 am
                The common entrance is a very good concept. It should encouraged and enriched further by having 3 examination. One just after 2 Exam. One in April end and last one in June 1st week. The student should be allowed to take any or all the examinations. The best of 3 exams should be considered for score card. The pattern of scoring can also be a yard stick for further shortlisting if called for.
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                  Madhukesh
                  Apr 30, 2016 at 5:10 am
                  o,I just signed the peion, "Smriti Zubin Irani: Single Examination for NEET for all students at same Date."I think this is important. Will you sign it too?Here's the link:Thanks,Madhukesh
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                    Satish
                    Apr 29, 2016 at 7:16 pm
                    . The conduct of exams in two phases separated by three months is gross injustice to students appearing on 01 May. It is also unfair to students of states having syllabus other than CBSE. Those students who did not apply for AIPMT have been given a huge advantage. Students who applied for AIPMT, AIIMS as well as JIPMER etc suffer the most as they would have to now appear for an exam on 01 May which is a month in advance of what they were prepared for in case of AIIMS and JIPMER. It is unfathomable that the experts in MCI and CBSE come up with such stupid proposals. If Minister is competent and cares for students, he should fire these morons immediately. Nobody seems to be interested in taking feedback and inputs from students and parents. Above all Supreme Court is giving judgments in anger. Only sufferers are poor students and hapless parents. Boycott or peaceful protest is really what is required to wake up the Government.
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                      Satish
                      Apr 29, 2016 at 5:44 pm
                      . The conduct of exams in two phases separated by three months is gross injustice to students appearing on 01 May. It is also unfair to students of states having syllabus other than CBSE. Those students who did not apply for AIPMT have been given a huge advantage. Students who applied for AIPMT, AIIMS as well as JIPMER etc suffer the most as they would have to now for an exam on 01 May which is a month in advance of what they were prepared for in case of AIIMS and JIPMER. It is unfathomable that the experts in MCI and CBSE come up with such stupid proposals. If Minister is competent and cares for students, he should fire these morons immediately. Nobody seems to be interested in taking feedback and inputs from students and parents. Above all Supreme Court is giving judgments in anger. Only sufferers are poor students and hapless parents. Boycott or peaceful protest is really what is required to wake up the Government.
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                        monika
                        Apr 29, 2016 at 2:26 pm
                        i was not ready for the aipmt...i need more practice and few more days to prepare. i filled many other forms like mpdmat and krlmpca..and so that i can get some more days but i loose my hope.govt. really playing with our feelingsif i will not select in neet i will suicidei jst hate this indian govermentthey can't understand us, they can just order
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                          Pabitra
                          Apr 29, 2016 at 4:17 pm
                          Inocrnt students will suffer with this verdict even urenc made by por govt. Even god have never any right to kill young who is the future law maker and justice.
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                            pallav
                            Apr 30, 2016 at 3:08 am
                            it's totally unfair...Honble sc is playing with our carrier...i was totally focused on state exam...nw rule is nt a gud idea...govt should take back this..
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                              Mohnish ranjan
                              May 21, 2016 at 4:05 pm
                              hi monica, and to others who are going to sucide YOU ALL ARE FOOLISH.SUCIDING SHOWS YOUR COWARDNESS.DONT BE FOOLISH.IF YOU ARE WISE THEN YOU WILL STUDY MORE ONE YEAR CONCENTRATING ON YOUR STUDIES AND YOU WILL GET BETTER COLLEGE THAN STATE QUOTA.THINK WHAT YOUR PARENTS THINK THAT MY WARD WILL BECOME A DOCTOR ONE DAY AND YOU ARE GOING TO SUCIDE. THINK ABOUT YOUR PARENTS. SUCIDE WILL ONLY SHOW THAT YOU CANNOT FACED THE INCREASING DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF EXAM AND GET LOST AND SUCIDED YOURSELF. BECOME A WISE WARD OF YOUR PARENTS AND CRACK THE NEET WITH A HIGHEST RANK NEXT YEAR. REST YOU ALL CAN THINK WHAT TO DO AND WHAT TO NOT DO! YOU ALL ARE WISE.BEST OF LUCK FOR YOUR CARRIER JOURNEY!
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                                Ritom
                                Apr 30, 2016 at 1:00 pm
                                The student in the state are not now ready to take the quick preparation as your quick decision come for this year.we are not really prepared for Neet.my request to goverment to plz withdrawl your decission.
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                                  rishabh
                                  Apr 30, 2016 at 3:44 am
                                  facing suicide will only disappoint your parents it is not a good idea only cowards do this. now i am of 17 i also want to do suicide but my parents are with me and said me that sc decision on neet is not the decision of your life. you prepare for next year and prove yourself.
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                                    Sivakumar Gurumurthy
                                    Apr 29, 2016 at 10:46 am
                                    TOP 3 REASONS WHY NEET SHOULD NOT BE CONDUCTED FOR ANOTHER 3 YEARS.1) NEET is conducted as per CBSE pattern and there are many boards across the country. Though their syllabus is also good, it does not match with the lesson contents .2) Many have already slogged a lot for 2 years to get good marks in HSE and get admission in state quota and now you say it is all waste and be prepared for one more exam. Students from rural areas and students studying in govt schools will be the worst affected.3) Whenever a change in system is done, pl give sufficient time to students to get them prepared. The court is not even willing to postpone and have a common exam on july 24th. The Neet has to be postponed for another 3 years, and the COURT has to order for a common syllabus across the country and then ask for conducting a common test as per one board.
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                                      Surbhi
                                      Apr 30, 2016 at 2:58 am
                                      There should b a common entrance exam for all..if the results are coming on a common day then why not exams..n thaat too when court has cancelled all state level exams..if this was realy a need then they should reschedule this exam for all on a common day n for those whu have not registered should get time to register for the new date of exam..this can b a fair justice to all...but the current decision is very disapointing...how can indian govrnment play with our career like this..i personally had aimed for state level..now what ..thus just not the right decision please take it back..
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                                        karishma
                                        May 1, 2016 at 10:28 am
                                        when time comes to take a quick decision against any crime our so called government and the court use to sleep at that time....but when its about us ...the students who are preparing hard for medical entrance these people took it as a joke.... its a really bad decision ...m completely against it.... atleast they could have asked that what we want....coz this is our country ....dont play with us...coz we are the future of this country...
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