NEET Issue: President of India signs Ordinance on the NEET: SC verdict ‘partially overturned here

NEET Issue: President of India signs Ordinance on the NEET: SC verdict ‘partially overturned here

New Delhi: Today, on Tuesday, 24th May, the Indian President- Pranab Mukherjee signed an ordinance for keeping the states out of the ambit of a court- mandated single, All- India Medical Entrance Test this year. On 20th day of this month, the Union Cabinet has cleared the said Ordinance, which is provided with the objective at ‘partially’ overturning a verdict of the Supreme Court of India which says that the all the Government colleges, deemed universities and private colleges would be covered under the single examination- National Eligibility- cum- Entrance…

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NEET: Now Union Cabinet to consider issuance of ordinance today

NEET: Now Union Cabinet to consider issuance of ordinance today

Mumbai: Today, on Friday the Union Cabinet is expected to clear an ordinance or an executive order to defer the implementation of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET, which is the common entrance test for the medical and dental courses, for the state government and their affiliated institutions for this academic year (2016). However, the upcoming policy will also be offering that the exams to be applicable for the candidates applying for Central Government and Private management institutions under the management quota. The central government is now considering the issuance…

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When MPs created pressure on Centre, it may again move Supreme Court to defer NEET

When MPs created pressure on Centre, it may again move Supreme Court to defer NEET

New Delhi: After the straight forward decision by the honourable Supreme Court of India in connection with the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET, which has made by it a common gateway for Medical and dental programmes’ admissions, now the Central Government deciding to approach the Apex Court for postponing the same, by a year. As per the statements of the Parliament Affairs Minister- M. Venkaiah Naidu who stated in Lok Sabha, yesterday, on Wednesday, 11th May that “the Government has nothing to do with the decision to hold NEET…

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Supreme Court on NEET: Plea filed by Students’ Group refused by SC and said ‘let the exams go on’

Supreme Court on NEET: Plea filed by Students’ Group refused by SC and said ‘let the exams go on’

New Delhi: Today, on Saturday, 30th April, the honourable Supreme Court of India refused to entertain a plea in the petition which was filed by a Group of Students, where the modification of order for NEET- National Eligible Entrance Test. Thus, the top court through such decision has made its intention clear by dismissing such plea and said that “let the exams go on.” However, as per the students who preferred such plea, found stated that syllabus of the CBSE and State Boards are different and they will have no…

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Supreme Court reserved its order on NEET: Centre proposed TWO Phased common entrance exam

Supreme Court reserved its order on NEET: Centre proposed TWO Phased common entrance exam

New Delhi: Today, on Thursday, 28th April, the honourable Supreme Court of India found reserving its order on a plea seeking directions to the Centre to hold single common entrance test for MBBS, BDS and PG courses through NEET- National Eligibility Entrance Test. It is also seen that the month of May is selected by the Centre and MCI- Medical Council of India as a scheduled date for All India PMT- Pre-Medial Test exam, and this would be treated as NEET- 1 and the second phase would be treated NEET-…

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