Good News for the Candidate who have appeared in CBSE NEET-UG 2017 exam, the Group of Students is going to file Plea in Supreme Court that, CBSE board has conducted National Eligibility Entrance Exam 2017 with no partiality. The group of students belongs to Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Rajasthan state. There is lots of talk around the TV news Channel that CBSE has not asked a similar question in other medium language NEET paper, but it is totally false news.
On 25 May 2017, the Hon’ble Supreme Court has also rejected Plea filed by the NGO Sankalp. The SC said that, there is no urgent need to of hearing NEET issue, as the Madras HC has already put stay hold on NEET 2017 result till 12 June 2017.
Meanwhile, other parents of candidates, are also planning to file CASE that their Wards were put lots of hard work/ preparing for 2 years just to become MBBS/ BDS doctors. This type of Cancelling NEET exam is very depressing. There are news going around twitter, tv channel that there is chances of RE-NEET 2017.
Is NEET 2017 Cancelled?
Answer: No, the NEET UG 2017 is not canceled till now. The best decision shall be taken by Madras High Court/ Gujarat High Court.
Chances of Re-NEET 2017?
Answer: As per our research, there is very little chance to RE-NEET 2017 exam. The CBSE has already mentioned all the details, preparation of results, answer key.
When Official NEET 2017 Answer Key available?
Answer: As per India.com news, the official answer key, OMR view, challenge to answer key shall be available on 31st May 2017.
Changes in NEET Rule 2017.
Answer: No changes shall be done in this NEET 2017 exam. Don’t worry, your result & All India Rank shall be available soon after the decision of Madras Court special bench hearing.
You can discuss regarding NEET 2017, by commenting below.
All the best.
Responses from Students
- Neet is a National Level Exam which carries dreams of almost 12 Lakh students from every nook and corner of India. Yes, There are certain issues regarding different question sets in regional Languages, But What did the candidates do ? The hon’Ble exam committees conduct the Exam after a lot of checkings, Silly rules,and worst frisking and what if they didnt get 12 months time to cross check the question papers before exam ! The students have their rights too.. We are the Fellow citizens of a country like India and not the toys of an exam board .. You conducted re exam in 2015..students faced.. conducted AIPMT 2016 .. we wrote.. then renamed it as neet -1.. we still waited .. then the great neet 2 … 2 question papers in neet 1 and neet 2 and a single standardised results… Is Our Time not precious? Is our Hardwork respected ? .. Entrance exams besides hardwork depends on a person’s performance on the exam day.. your decision making , quickness, intelligence, and memory is tested in 3 hours .. 2 years or 3 years (for some) work pays off in 180 minutes.. every exam day might not come the same way !! So conducting A Re-exam would be totally against lakh of students too..WHATEVER HAPPENS NOW, AUTHORITIES ARE RESPONSIBLE.. and i plea the respected jury to be kind towards us and dont trouble our lives with a Reneet.. by Manu
- Re-neet is absolutely not required. Is it a joke to waste the public money and time. If the exam is restricted who is going to give the guarantee that it would be free from controversies. Giving Different question papers is already under practice since last year the NEET exam was conducted in different phases and a common rank was given that time there was no objection and now how the objection has crept in. This all appears to
be the conspiracy of few people who could not do well in the exam. My daughter has done well on the exam expecting 570 marks many such well doing hard working students will be put to severe loss if the required exam is conducted. If the efficiency of CBSE not up-to the mark even after doing the rigorous exercise for the past 6 months how can one expect the efficiency would be improved in such a short span? Who gives the guaranty that the paper would not be leaked because there is no change in the official machinery. Owing all these I strongly condemn the idea of Re exam. I feel it is foolish to think in the direction re-exam itself. by RAVINDRA KUMAR