Madras HC orders CBSE to hold off publishing NEET 2017 Result




The Madras High Court on 24 May, Wednesday granted an interim stay on the publication of results of NEET 2017 entrance examination for admission to MBBS (bachelor of medicine & bachelor of surgery) and BDS ((bachelor of dental surgery) courses for the academic year 2017 all over India. The Madras high court also asked CBSE, MCI ( Medical Council Of India) and Union Health Ministry to file counter affidavit on June 7.

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Hearing a bunch of petitions recorded by a few understudies, equity M.V. Muralidharan of the court's Madurai seat likewise coordinated authorities of the Medical Council of India (MCI), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) executive and the Union wellbeing service to record their counter sworn statements on 7 June.

The applicants charged that uniform question papers were not given and there was a tremendous distinction between the English and Tamil question papers. They requested that the NEET examination be scratched off and a crisp test with uniform question papers be directed.

They guaranteed that the NEET was not directed in a uniform way the nation over and that distinctive arrangements of question papers had been utilized as a part of better places, however a uniform syllabus had been reported. They likewise presented that authorities had not educated them that distinctive arrangement of question papers would be circled.

In Tamil Nadu, an alternate arrangement of inquiries was given to the individuals who decided on English and Tamil, they stated, including that the one in Tamil was less demanding. "One India, one question paper in the NEET is an unquestionable requirement. Generally the scaling of insight and inclination would vary. Henceforth, the NEET examination ought to be crossed out and new examination with uniform question papers be directed," the candidates submitted.

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