NEET 2017 End Of Court Drama, Supreme Court ask CBSE to Go Ahead With Results.

Supreme Court has stayed Madurai high stay and asks CBSE to go ahead with the result. on 12-June -2017.


NEET exam was held last month around 11 lakh students appeared for this exams. This exam was conducted for aspirants of MBBS and BDS. Since the inception of NEET, many have complained about it.

From this year the Tamilnadu state has been included under NEET. To this, they were not willing.

Madurai high court had stayed NEET results. till 7 June.

Relief from Supreme Court

On 12 June 2017 supreme court has asked to go ahead with NEET results. This has become a great relief to more than 10 lacs students in the country.

Probably results will be announced very soon mostly before 26 June 2017. as per the direction of the supreme court.

Contradicting allegations on NEET.

Last month we all heard the allegation that Tamil language question paper was tougher than English language question paper. But, when, CBSE said the different question was given to protect majority in the event of a paper leak of the vernacular language, suddenly we started hearing that English question paper was tougher. This makes us think that it was motivated just to cancel NEET exams, may be by private college lobby.

NEET in Indian languages.

I am personally against other English question paper for NEET

This is most insane idea to have NEET to be conducted in Indian languages i.e. other than English. If a person can not read English question paper of NEET, then how he or she will cope with medical or dental courses which are only in English.

First CBSE should remove Hindi NEET and take out other languages question paper also.

Author: Dr Umesh Bilagi

MBBS, MD, DM (cardiology). I am Interventional cardiologist. Blogging is my passion. Associate professor of cardiology KIMS Hubli. Director and consultant at Tatwadarsha Hospital Hubli. Owner of Jeevan Jyoti Hospital Hubli. Mobile +91 9343403620.

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