Supreme Court agreed to have relook at its judgement scrapping single common entrance test for admissions to MBBS, BDS and post-graduate courses in all medical colleges which delivered 3 months back.
NEET has been scrapped. We are back to AIPMT. But worry not, the two tests have a lot in common and very few differences, observes Aakash Chaudhry.
Petition was filed in Supreme Court seeking a review of its judgement scrapping the single common entrance test (NEET) for admissions to MBBS, BDS and post-graduate courses in all medical colleges.
Jayalalithaa urged PM to drop the Centre`s move to reintroduce NEET and abide by the Supreme Court ruling, quashing the test for undergraduate and post graduate medical and dental courses.
Unhappy over the Supreme Court verdict scrapping common entrance test for medical colleges, the Health Ministry is contemplating moving a review petition.
The Supreme Court quashes common entrance eligibility test for admission in medical colleges.
The results of the first National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to all under-graduate medical colleges were declared today with 3,66,317 candidates qualifying.
Supreme Court in an interim order on Monday ordered institutions to publish all results of entrance exams that were put on hold by its judgement on December 13 last year.
The AP government has decided to revise the intermediate course syllabus from
the next academic year.
Prithviraj Chavan has asked the Centre to exempt the state
from the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) (under-
graduate) for the year 2012.
The Government has decided not to
hold the common PG medical entrance test next year as proposed earlier, citing lack of resources and expertise.
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