NEET Result 2017 won't be declared today (8 June) : Board defends different question papers

The CBSE denied in the Madras High Court that vernacular question papers for NEET 2017 for admission to MBBS and BDS courses were less demanding than the papers in English.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) won't pronounce NEET result 2017 on Thursday (June 08, 2017) of course prior.

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On Wednesday, the CBSE denied in the Madras High Court that vernacular question papers for NEET 2017 for admission to MBBS and BDS courses were simpler than the papers in English.

In its counter sworn statement to petitions looking for cancellation of the National Eligibility-cum Entrance Test held as of late referring to claimed non-consistency in the exam, the CBSE rejected the dispute that question papers in vernacular dialects, for example, Gujarati were simpler contrasted with English.

In a between time arrange on the petitions, Justice MV Muralidharan had on May 24 remained the distribution of the NEET comes about and coordinated authorities of the Medical Council of India, the CBSE executive and the Union Health Ministry to record their counter oaths.

The candidates have charged that uniform question papers were not given. In Tamil Nadu, an alternate arrangement of inquiries was given to the individuals who decided on English and Tamil, they said asserting that the one in Tamil was simpler.

Looking for get-away of the stay, the CBSE counter said the question papers had been set - at simple normal and intense levels - and they had been directed by the specialists and the issue of one question being harder than the other did not emerge.

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It was just specialists who settled on the trouble level of the question papers.

The counter said 90.75 percent of the understudies had composed the examination in English and just 9.25 percent of the understudies had written in vernacular dialects.

It additionally said address papers were set up in vernacular dialect to guarantee that there was no spillage. If there should be an occurrence of spillage, it would be sufficient if reevaluation was held just for 1.05 lakh understudies. At times, not by any means 0.03 percent of the applicants selected vernacular dialect.

In addition, the plan of NEET examination was a solitary qualification cum-entrance test and not a solitary question paper test, the counter said.

The stay of production of results would imperil the interests of lakhs of understudies.

There was at that point delay in the distribution of results and it ought not be postponed further, the counter said.

Thus, the court ought to clear the stay and empower understudies join the course.

The court had on Tuesday looked for the English interpretation of Gujarati, Hindi and Marathi address papers of the NEET.


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