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Know about NEET one common entrance test for MBBS, BDS and PG courses

Know about NEET one common entrance test for MBBS, BDS and PG courses

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET is a common entrance test for medical colleges across the country

The Supreme Court on Thursday said students aspiring for admission to under-graduate medical courses will have to appear in the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET).

The SC directed the Centre and CBSE to conduct two-phase single common entrance test for MBBS, BDS and PG courses through the NEET.

As per Supreme Court orders the AIPMT, which is to take place on Sunday, would be considered as first phase of the NEET.

The second phase would be conducted on July 24, 2016.

Supreme Court order said Those students who have not applied for AIPMT will be given opportunity to appear in second phase of the NEET examination on July 24,2016

As per the NEET schedule submitted by the CBSE, the All India Pre-medical/Pre-dental Entrance Test, scheduled for May 1 and for which 6,67,637 are to appear from 1,040 centres in 52 cities, including abroad, will be considerd as NEET-1.

NEET-2 will be held on July 24 and the results published by the CBSE on August 17.

With this historical order of Supreme Court of India all other examinations scheduled for next month stand scrapped.

NEET, was declared illegal and unconstitutional by Supreme Court of India in 2013, later it was restored on April 11 after a five-judge Constitution bench recalled the earlier verdict and allowed the Centre and the Medical Council of India (MCI) to implement the common entrance test till the court decides afresh on its validity.

But Government failed to implement the order of Supreme Court of India.

After that NGO Sankalp Charitable Trust filed a case in Supreme Court for enforcing the mechanism for a common test for admission in MBBS, BDS and PG courses in all colleges.

NGO told to SC that he Centre, MCI and CBSE were dilly-dallying in implementing the court's order on implementing the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), compelling students to appear in as many as 90 entrance exams across the country for admission.

"A student seeking admission in a medical college has to shell out lakhs of rupees in taking an examination and most of the tests are not conducted in a fair manner. There is no impediment in way of implementing NEET after the Constitution bench verdict and the Centre should be directed to enforce the order in association with MCI and CBSE,"

After hearing the case SC agreed to NGO and said NEET must be implemented from the coming academic session itself. It directed the Centre, MCI and CBSE to sit together and frame a time-schedule for conducting NEET.

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