Supreme Court Refuses To Interfere With Ordinance On NEET

NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court today expressed doubt over validity of the ordinance providing that states could hold their own entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical courses for the current academic year bypassing the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) but refused to interfere with its operation.

Refusing to stay the operation of the ordinance as 50 per cent of the states have already conducted their own entrance examination for admission to government medical colleges, a bench of Justice Anil R Dave, Justice Shiva Kirti Singh and Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel, however said: “Prima facie we find that the validity of the ordinance is open to doubt.”

NGO Sankalp had moved the top court seeking the stay of the ordinance contending that it was it was a patent exercise of judicial power in the garb of ordinance to put the court decision on hold for one year.

Apparently unhappy with the government taking the ordinance route giving states the option of opting out of NEET for the academic session 2016-2017, the bench said: “That (ordinance) was not warranted. The purpose (of NEET) was uniform test with minimum standards.”

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Is it better to take admission in another country than to drop another year for medical entrance exam? (I want to do MBBS)?

MBBS abroadIn my personal opinion .. I would like you to answer few questions ahead ..
 
1. Are you ready to struggle one more year with the same books (books can be changed but syllabus remains same) ?
2. Are you strong enough to ignore all those comments and suggestions from relatives and peers when they will know you are dropping a year ?
3. Are you able to manage that frustration which may occupy your mind if u don’t score well in mock tests and would u still be able to work harder than you did earlier ?
4. Are you really willing to serve people and not just doing MBBS for reputation or money or family pressure sometimes ?
5. And it may feel weird but … would you be able to digest the results after the drop even if they don’t satisfy your expected score ?
6. Are you able to pay large amount in private medical colleges?
If answer to all these questions are yes then yes you should take a drop.

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Is getting MBBS seat in India is very difficult? What is its alternative?

Why getting MBBS seat in India is very difficult?

Yes it is. Not from the studies point of view. But because of the limited no of seats.

Take AIPMT’s example. There are about 6.5 lac candidates who appear for the exam and only 2800 get in. And god forbid if you are from general category then things get worse.

The studying part is interesting. But the competition might kill that interest.

Due to unavailability of seats, most of the people drop a year or two. Out of which hardly a few get into their desirous college.

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Are Maharashtra students eligible for medical colleges through AIPMT?

Yes, There are 20 Government Medical colleges in Maharashtra. Each one have 15% AIPMT / MHT-CET quota. There are total 2760 MBBS seats are available and 414 filled through AIPMT/ MHT-CET. However, I must say that getting admission through MH-CET (98% rejection) is slightly easier than getting it through AIPMT (99.4% rejection). You may check List … Read more

What are some last minute tips for the AIPMT and MHT-CET 2016?

Standard advice – For AIPMT 2016 1. Improve Focus – 10 minutes of meditation (The fight at the top is very close!). Do something extra, its not only the knowledge / coaching classes. 2. Time management (This can improve 5 to 10% chances) 3. Cool mind is of high priority. 4. Share the pain with … Read more