Common Medical Entrance Test Approved

MCI was given green signal by the Apex Court on Monday to conduct Common Medical Entrance Test, the test will be called as ‘National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)’. Earlier we had reported about the proposal made and also disclosed the syllabus for core subjects (Physics, Chemistry & Biology).

NEET will be conducted by CBSE and the syllabus is prepared by NCERT (National Council of Education Research and Training). Students have concerns about the advantage the central syllabus school students has against students who appeared for state board examination during the secondary and higher secondary school.

Many students are in favor of the Common Entrance Test for medical college admissions and few feel separate entrance tests for each state as a better option.Few readers has said the syllabus for Physics is too harsh.

The Medical Council of India is seeking public opinion about the syllabus, you can mail your views to (neet-ug@mciindia.org) till August 11.

We love to read your opinion here, is the syllabus fair? should common entrance test be conducted scrapping all other medical entrance exams or not?

Leave us your thoughts!

The best commenter will have an opportunity to be interviewed by our editorial team. We had recently covered an interesting user on our news site (blog.careermitra.com), article link. (Volunteers are more than welcome, send us a mail with your name and mobile number (to: info@careermitra.com) we had like to publish your interview as a news article).

Earlier we had an interesting comment from Dr. Rakesh Kumar, read the below lines (in his words):

The common entrance is a much needed and long overdue reform of the medical education system. currently the medical admissions consist primarily of “rich Daddy quota” seats wherein the highest bidder gets the seat .. securing admissions has very little to do with the capabilities of the candidate and more to do with the capabilities of the candidates parents paying ability..thus throwing up incompetent Doctors. this has to STOP.

A common entrance if conducted using the latest technology will prevent paper leakages and compel the private colleges and deemed universities to admit based on merit. as long as the state quotas and constitutionally mandated reservations are not disturbed i don’t think it will cause any problems. as for the apprehension about change in pattern the new core syllabus being notified in advance will help mitigate the inconvenience. since the change will be new for all students it will not be of unfair advantage / disadvantage to anybody. it is about time India adopted a clean and corruption free merit based examination system for both undergraduate and post graduate medical admissions.

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  3. BABA says:

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  4. jayesh mavani says:

    wel come mci entrace for medical admission , it is right step to avoid local state under table setting and good for merit and intelligent students

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  6. Srikanth says:

    AP will have EAMCET in 2012, NEET UG put off till 2014 read http://blog.careermitra.com/2011/11/neet-ug-put-2014-andhra-pradesh/

  7. k.Anusha says:

    Time is the key factor but what students of andhra pradesh lag is the time.We have already completed half of the year with no intimation of any changes preparing for our general exam pattern.announcing the changes now creates several problems like getting familiar to new syallabus and working for a newexam with short span of time.I support making medical as a common entrance test but not now .You can implement it for the next academic year.please its not only my opinion but opinion of several students of andhra pradesh.

  8. vikas says:

    wat we think of ap students dat the exam conducted for the academic year 2011-2013 is best option so dat nobody wil loose for the year 2010-12

  9. kartikeya says:

    The Final Syllabus of NEET UG for 2012 has been declared.
    Final Syllabus link: http://mciindia.org/tools/announcement/2011_FinalCoreSyllabus_NEET-UG/FinalCoreSyllabus_NEET-UG.pdf

  10. the game changer says:

    GUYS SC IS WITH MCI, SO MCI CANNOT LEAVE THE IDEA OF NEET , BUT WHEN IT WILL BE CONDUCTED IS A QUESTION. BETTER MCI DRAFT A COMMON SYLLABUS AND DECLARE IT AND CONDUCT IT IN 2014. NEET IN 2012 NOT POSSIBLE BUT ATLEAST THEY CAN FIX THE FUTURE DATE.

    GUYS NOTIFICATION OF AIPMT WILL BE OUT BY END OF NOVEMBER.

  11. the game changer says:

    CONGRATS SRIKANTH
    U HAVE WRITTEN A WONDERFUL ESSAY ON NEET AND THE VIDEO IS GREAT TOO. IT IS SURPRISING THAT PEOPLE STILL THINK THAT NEET IS POSSIBLE.
    SOME NAMES HAVE BEEN MISSING FROM THE LIST: ASSAM, U.P., BIHAR, TAMIL NADU, KERALA WHICH ACTUALLY REMOVES STATES WITH MOST COLLEGES. NO STATE WILL BE EXEMPTED. AND MCI DON’T WISH TO CONSIDER VERNACULAR LANGUAGE PROBLEM. FROM JULY TO NOVEMBER NO CHANGE HAS ACTUALLY TAKEN PLACE.

  12. tarun says:

    actually after +2 we shifted over to AP.for last 2 years i can submit a residence proff but
    for 4,5,6 classes i cant.i studied 7 to 10th in AP .then went back to chennai.but i have T,Cs for 4,5,6.so tell me wat can i do now?

  13. dr. chandra says:

    as for my views i don’t support neet because it is too late for any change in pattern. people u all need to understand that vernacular language is only a reason being given by states , the truth is that they won,t let it happen. sc may be with mci but u saw what happened with neet pg, same will happen with neet ug. even if mci declares the test state govt. will put a stay on it and anyway it will get cancelled. about a week back i spoke to my friend in delhi to find out about neet. ha said that mci has run into trouble with pvt . colleges. it will be hard for mci to conduct the exam.

  14. jayanthi says:

    im a student of class 11 of cbse livin in chennai.cbse 2th exams r more difficult to score dan state board as a result cbse dtudents in chennai hav a very minimal chance to get into medical colege through mark basis so i strongly support neet pls let me know wer d portions for neet is gven i hope u understand reply me

    • tarun says:

      hey jayanthi i totally understand you coz i studied +2 in chennai.the draft syllabus is available inmci official website.soon the final syllabus will be out along with notification.hey i want a favour from u. to apply for a merit seat in tamil nadu how much shud we score in +2 and how many years must one be staying in tamil nadu? plz reply!

    • tarun says:

      hey jayanthi i totally understand you coz i studied +2 in chennai.the draft syllabus is available in mci official website (www.mciindia.org).soon the final syllabus will be out along with notification.hey i want a favour from u. to apply for a merit seat in tamil nadu how much shud we score in +2 and how many years must one be staying in tamil nadu? plz reply!

      • Dinesh Kumar says:

        @Tarun,
        You have to be a resident of Tamilnadu for a minimum of 5 yrs.

        • tarun says:

          thanks dinesh .but i studied my 11th, 12th and 4,5,6 classes there i have the T.Cs but dont have any residential proofs will that be okay.and do i need any more documents to submit? plz reply

          • tarun says:

            and i scored 91% in bi.p.c (cbse) together is that enough to apply for a merit seat?

            • Dinesh Kumar says:

              @Tarun,
              YOu should have residence proof to show that you were residing in Tamilnadu in the immediate preceding 5 years on the date of applying.
              Write me ur present location & situation briefly so that I can suggest you some way.

              • tarun says:

                actually after +2 we shifted over to AP.for last 2 years i can submit a residence proff but
                for 4,5,6 classes i cant.i studied 7 to 10th in AP .then went back to chennai.but i have T,Cs for 4,5,6.so tell me wat can i do now?

              • jayanthi says:

                dear mr dinesh can u tell me wether neet will remove all mert based seats in tn will filling of all seats be only filled through neet results or neet is just the combinations of all entrance exams that was already ther

                • Dinesh Kumar says:

                  @Jayanthi
                  NEET aims to replace all existing modes of admitting students to MBBS course, incl. merit based system prevailing in Tamilnadu. Barring AIIMS & AFMC all other entrance exams will be combined under NEET. Not only for CBSE, NEET is beneficial to all students.

  15. shobhik bhardwaj says:

    As we have to study about physiology in the colleges so physiology unit should not be removed from the biology pmt syllabus.

  16. ROJA says:

    FRM MY POINT OF VIEW IT SHOULD BE A COMMON ENTRANCE TEST. AND I REQUEST THE GOVERNMENT TO PASS ON THE BILL FOR CONDUCTING THE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST.

    • SWEETI says:

      YES I TOO SUPPORT FOR NEET AS IT IS A GOOD DESICION AND WE ALL ARE EXPECTING TO HAVE IT THIS YEAR IN MAY.WE THE STUDENTS OF ANDHRA WERE NOT INFORMED THAT WETHER IT WILL BE CONDUCTED OR NOT.FOR OUR LIFE WE ARE READY TO STRUGGLE HARD FOR THESE 4-5 MONTHS.
      WE WANT NEET…..I THINK U WOULD ACCEPT OUR REQUEST.MAY ALL INDIANS MAY IN GOOD POSITION.THANK U

  17. donesgeorge says:

    Sub: Filing Public Interest Litigation (PIL) at Madras High Court for conducting all national entrance exams (for UG courses) in Tri-Lingual Pattern (TLP) such as Hindi, Regional Language & English–reg

    Madam,

    In Tamilnadu, 3 lakhs students per year have been completing Higher Secondary Course under Tamil Medium in Biology and Maths group (Reference: The Hindu daily dated 16-09-2011). These students will be severely affected if the questions are set only in English and Hindi.

    It is very imperative to adopt 3 language pattern in all national level under graduate competitive exams as the two language pattern kills the aspirations of all regional language students and inculcating an inferior mindset on them. This is very evident from the fact that their appearance is not at all felt in all under graduate national level competitive exams.

    Gujarat Sahitya Parishad (GSP), 100 years old Gujarathi Literary Organization has filed a PIL in Gujarat High Court for conducting all national entrance exams for UG courses (BE, MBBS, BL, BA, BCom, BSc,……..etc) on September 20, 2011. Gujarat High Court has sought Centre and States responses on or before October 20, 2011. Please support this GSP by filing a same PIL in Madras High Court.

    SI No

    Exam

    Existing Bi-Lingual Language Pattern

    Request for Tri-Lingual Pattern (TLP)

    1

    BE:

    JEE for Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)

    English and Hindi

    Plz. add one more regional language in which the student studied their Higher Secondary Course. This option shall be given at the filling the application form.

    2

    BE:

    AIEEE for National Institutes of Technology (NITs)

    English and Hindi

    3

    MBBS:

    Entrance exams for

    all govt. MBBS medical exams.

    English and Hindi

    4

    BA, BSc, B.Com, etc: (Arts, Humanities, Science and Engg.)

    Central Universities.

    English and Hindi

    Plz. add one more regional language in which the student studied their Higher Secondary Course. This option is to be given at the filling the application form.

    5

    B.S:

    Entrance exams for Indian Institute of Education Research and Training (IISER).

    English and Hindi

    6

    B.Tech:

    Entrance exams for Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs).

    English and Hindi

    7

    UG Courses in all other Central Institutes:

    Indian Maritime

    University, Indian Mines University, National Institute of Ocean Technology, …………etc

    English and Hindi

    8

    B.Tech:

    Entrance exam for Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Trivandrum (IIST).

    English

    1.

    All national entrance exams (for UG Courses) shall be conducted in Tri-Lingual Format (TLF).
    1.

    Official language of state,
    2.

    Official language of India (Hindi) and
    3.

    International technical language (English).

    There is no need for framing the question paper in multiple languages. Only three languages are sufficient as was done in National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) and Railway job exams. This language option is to be given at the time of filling the application. This magnanimous option will enable the regional language students to undertake the entrances in a same language where they studied their 12th standard.

    For example,

    1.

    In Gujarat, students are studying 12th standard in Gujarathi language.
    2.

    In Andhra Pradesh, students are studying 12th standard in Telugu language.
    3.

    In Tamil Nadu, students are studying 12th standard in Tamil language.
    4.

    In Karnataka, students are studying 12th standard in Kannada language.
    5.

    In Orissa, students are studying 12th standard in Oriya language.
    6.

    In Maharashtra, students are studying 12th standard in Marathi language.
    7.

    In Assam, students are studying their 12th standard in Assamese language.
    8.

    In Manipur, students are studying their 12th standard in Manipuri language.
    9.

    Religious minority students are studying their 12th standard in Urdu language.
    10.

    In Bengal, students are studying 12th standard in Bengali language.

    If the questions are in Bi-Lingual Format (BLF) such as Hindi and English, it will be discrimination for the above mentioned regional language students. It will be advantageous for English and Hindi medium students over the other regional languages (please understand regional languages also Indian languages).

    As you know, despite 3 languages are there in question paper, the entrance questions are same for UG aspirants. This will give a level playing field to all aspirants irrespective of the language. Merit is to be built on the foundations of subject understanding but not on the English (plus Hindi) language skills.

    If the questions are only in English and Hindi, the talented students from regional languages (subject depth candidates who undertook their 12th standard in regional languages) will suffer as means of interpretation as they lack proficiency in either Hindi or English.

    State governments either adopt NCERT syllabus of Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology or translate the same to all regional languages (not History and language books). Since the national entrance syllabus is based on NCERT books which are available only in Hindi and English.

    What will be the effect if national UG entrance exams are conducted in Bi-Lingual Format?

    Students who have been studying SSLC examination up to this year in regional languages will switch over to English medium for HSC. This Bi-Lingual Format will create a notion to people in future that it is not possible to study HSC (Higher Secondary Exam) through regional languages as these languages are in-eligible for national entrance exams.

    Facts:

    *

    It is your kind attention that ex. President Thiru. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former Union Finance Minister Thiru. C.Subramaniam and Chandryan Director Thiru. Mayilsamy Annadurai …………etc are Tamil medium students up to their HSC.
    *

    After graduation, the students have to work with all Indian people who not only speak English and Hindi but other Indian Languages too. Hence, it is very essential for them to have knowledge in other Indian languages too.
    *

    Please give a level playing field to all state languages on par with English and Hindi during national entrance exams.

    Thank You

    17-10-2011, Yours Truly,

    Nagercoil (G.Dones George)

    • jayanthi says:

      anyways if the student wrtes exam in his her own lang he/she has to do his studies in eng so whats the point in having diffet lang question paper

  18. sai venkat says:

    the students of andhra are slightly effected due to the telangana bandh. so we will be effected. at the same time the state language people donot know english in a wright manner.

  19. THE GAME CHANGER says:

    MCI HAS COMPLETELY GONE OUT OF THEIR MIND. THEY HAVE STARTED CONDUCTING MEETINGS BUT DO NOT BOTHER TO INFORM THE STUDENTS.

  20. laxmi says:

    this is really a stupid decision donot play wit students life plz sir . already wehave completed many months only 4-5 months left. it is not at all sufficient!!1

  21. uday sri says:

    I think it’s not favorable to most of the students in India.students like us are preparing for pre-board and we have been preparing our own state syllabus from one and half year,how can we cope up with new core syllabus.Only corporate colleges can support with the new syllabus,what about the other colleges.It may bring about sorrow among many students who can’t get the syllabus.
    I can’t understand why these many students are supporting it.I think if an amendment is made by the government it should keep in view every student in every state,because the government is of the people and it should be for the people

    • THE GAME CHANGER says:

      UDAY SRI
      DUDE I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH U . I ‘AM ALSO PREPARING FOR MY BOARD EXAMS . MORE THAN HALF THE YEAR IS OVER, STILL NO ANNOUNCEMENT HAS BEEN MADE. IT IS GETTING FRUSTATING.
      REGARDING SUPPORT , MOST SUPPORTERS OF NEET ARE CBSE STUDIED DROPPERS WHO KNOW THAT IF NEET COMES THAN THEIR COMPETITION WILL REDUCE AS STATE STUDENTS WILL BE SIDELINED. MANY NON SUPPORTERS OF NEET DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO INTERNET AND SO ARE NOT ABLE TO EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS. SEEING THE WHOLE NATION , NON NEET SUPPORTERS ARE IN MAJORITY.

  22. the game changer says:

    hey guys i’am actually surprised to see so many supporters of neet. Actually where I live there are many who dont’t support it in 2012. IT SHOULD TAKE PLACE IN 2013.
    My question is “WHY IS IT NEEDED?”
    People say that it will bring transparency in selection of students in private medical college. I agree with it . but if this is the case then instead of making one exam bring private medical colleges under aipmt and increase the seats in aipmt. WHY DO WE HAVE TO BRING ALL STATE PMT UNDER ONE EXAM and cause trouble for our brothers and sisters in state board schools. If corruption takes place in state pmts then it can take place in neet also as both are run by the govt. .
    Secondly if 85% students will be taken from state only then why the hell is it taking place. whats the use of it if no. of seats remain the same.
    My third point is that it is already october , we have started preparing for pre boards. W hen will we prepare for the changed syllabus.
    lets face the facts guys that india is a diverse countru and that right now it is not ready for a common entrance test . We cannot compare chattisgarh and jharkhand with kerala or maharashtra.
    Many are saying its a rich daddy qouta in medical. but if neet takes place then it will be again it will a rich daddy quota because only rich people will be able to provide quality education to compete at all india level. india is not a develop country to have a common entrance test .We should first make the level of education same and then talk of common tests.
    instead of making it a common test bring private medical colleges under government security.
    TO ALL THOSE SUPPORTING IT RIGHT NOW DON’T BE SELFISH AND THINK OF EVERYBODY RATHER THAN C.B.S.E . STUDENTS.
    I’AM MYSELF A C.B.S.E. STUDENT.
    HEY SAM IA SUPPORT YOU .KEEP COMMENTING.
    IF ANYONE HAS A PROBLEM WITH WHAT I’AM SAYING THEN DO REPLY(ESPECIALLY RAMESH AND SRIKANTH SIR).
    ALSO ONE MORE THING , THERE ARE MANY WHO STILL DON”T USE INTERNET IN INDIA THEREFORE MCI DID NOT RECEIVE MUCH OPPOSITION TO IT.

    • Dones George says:

      Sub: Request for filing Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Madras High Court to conduct all national level UG entrance exams for M.B.B.S., B.E., B.Tech., B.L., C.A., B.A., B.Com., B.Arch., B.Planning., B.Sc, B.Des, ……etc ) in all 8th scheduled regional languages –reg
      Sir,
      In our country all national under graduate entrance exams are conducted only in Hindi and English. This Bi-Lingual Pattern (BLP) is advantage to all Hindian states and english medium students in other states.
      Hindian States:
      1. U.P.
      2. M.P.
      3. Bihar
      4. Chattisgarh
      5. Jharkhand
      6. Uttarakhand
      7. Haryana
      8. Himachal Pradesh
      9. NCT of Delhi &
      10. Chandigarh.
      Remaining all regional language students will suffer as they lack proficiency in either Hindi or English. They are treated as second rated citizens.
      There is no need for setting the question paper in multiple languages (in all 8th scheduled languages). Only three languages (Tri-Lingual Policy TLP) are sufficient such as Hindi, English and Regional language. This regional language option shall be exercisied at the time of filling the application form. This TLP will give a level playing field to all regional language students on bar with english and Hindi medium students.
      Examples:
      1. Tamilnadu:
      3 lakh students per year are completing their Higher Secondary Course (HSC) in their mother tongue Tamil.
      Reference: The Hindu dated September 20, 2011.
      2. Karnataka:
      2.5 lakh students per year are completing their Higher Secondary Course (HSC) in their mother tongue Kannada.
      Reference: PUE 2010 report of Government of Karnataka.

      List of scheduled languages where they are not Medium of Instruction (MOI) in Higher secondary Course (HSC):
      SI No
      Language
      About MOI
      1
      Sanskrit
      It is not medium of instruction in schools
      2
      Malayalam
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in kerala but English.
      3
      Konkani
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in Goa.
      4
      Shanthili
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in UP.
      5
      Maithili
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in West Bengal..
      6
      Bodo
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in Assam.
      7
      Sindhi
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in Punjab.
      8
      Kashmiri
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in Kashmir.
      9
      Dogri
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in Kashmir.
      10
      Nepali
      It is not medium of instruction in 11-12th standard in WB.

      List of scheduled languages where they are Medium of Instruction (MOI) in Higher secondary Course (HSC):
      SI No
      Language
      About MOI
      1
      Tamil
      It is the medium of instruction in Tamilnadu schools.
      (3 lakh students per year)
      2
      Kannada
      It is the medium of instruction in karnataka schools.
      (2.5 lakh students per year)
      3
      Hindi
      It is the medium of instruction in 9 Hnidi states plus CBSC schools.
      4
      Oriya
      It is the medium of instruction in Orissa.
      5
      Bengali
      It is the medium of instruction in West Bengal.
      6
      Gujarati
      It is the medium of instruction in Gujarat.
      7
      Telugu
      It is the medium of instruction in Andhra Pradesh.
      8
      Assamese
      It is the medium of instruction in Assam.
      9
      Punjabi
      It is the medium of instruction in Punjab.
      10
      Urdu
      It is the medium of instruction in Kashmir and religious minority students.
      11
      Marathi
      It is the medium of instruction in Maharashtra.

      Hence, out of 22 scheduled languages only 10 are presently available as Medium of Instruction in Schools. Therefore the issue is with 10 above regoional languages plus Hindi and English only.
      (a) Is there any national entrance exams are conducted in regional languages?
      Yes.
      National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) are conducted in following languages such as
      1. Hindi
      2. English
      3. Tamil
      4. Malayalam
      5. Marathi
      6. Gujarathi
      7. Oriya
      8. Bengali
      9. Assamese
      10. Kannada
      11. Telugu
      12. Urdu
      13. Punjabi
      (b) Is there any national job exams are conducted in regional languages?
      Yes.
      IAS exams are conducted in all 22, 8th scheduled languages plus English such as
      1. Hindi
      2. Tamil
      3. Malayalam
      4. Marathi
      5. Gujarathi
      6. Oriya
      7. Bengali
      8. Assamese
      9. Kannada
      10. Telugu
      11. Urdu
      12. Punjabi
      13. Shanthili
      14. Maithili
      15. Dogri
      16. Nepali
      17. Kashmiri
      18. Sindhi
      19. Sanskrit
      20. Bodo
      21. Konkani
      (c) Ex. Railway minister Smt.Mamta Bannerjee announced historic announcement in railway Budget 2010-11 for conducting railawy exams in all regional languages. Accordingly Assistant Loco Pilot exam is conducted in Four-Lingual Policy (FLP) such as Hindi, Urdu, English and optional regional language. This policy is giving a level playing field to all regional language students on bar with english and hindi medium students.
      (d) Is Bi-Lingual Policy a violation of fundamental rights?
      Yes. It is very against the Right to equality.
      (e) Is there any Public Interest Litaigation is filed in courts regarding the Hindi and English questions in entrance exams?
      Yes.
      Gujarat Sahitya Parishad (GSP) has filed a Public Interest Litigation during September 20, 2011 in Gujarat High Court for conducting all national level entrance exams conducted by IIT-JEE, AIEEE, AIPMT, CLAT, ICAI, CUCT, ,,,,,,,,,etc in all regional languages. Gujarat High Court has sent notice to centre, state, MHRD, etc and posted furthur hearing on October 20, 2011.
      Hence, I request you sir to file a Public Interest Litigation (pil) in Madras High Court as like GSP to condct national entarnces in all regional languages. Plz help tamil medium students! sir.

    • laxmi says:

      very good suggestion. i liked it, yes it would be problamatic for the students who dont have internet.

  23. Srikanth says:

    Expert committee proposes no negative marks in NEET, 50% cutoff for general,40% for reserved classes http://blog.careermitra.com/2011/10/negative-marks-neet-mci-committee/

  24. ahmed says:

    I TOTALLY AGREE WITH U BUT THE PORTION OF PHYSICS N CHEMISTRY R VAST THAT SHOULD BE MINIMIZE PLS THINK ABOUT IT
    THANKING U

    • sai venkat says:

      actually i think the portion of the physics and chemistry are better than the portions of the andhra pradesh internidiate books. thank you

  25. govardhan says:

    sir,this exam is not fair because we have no time to prepare for this exam and there is also much differnce between andhra syllabus and central syllabus

  26. Srikanth says:

    AIIMS & JIPMER will be exempted from NEET, Eamcet in AP cancelled from next year http://blog.careermitra.com/2011/09/aiims-jipmer-still-good-despite-neet/

    • tarun says:

      hey how u came to that eamcet is cancelled? coz there is still pretty much debate over the issue.tell me the source which said eamcet is cancelled. reply pls

    • tarun says:

      hey how u came to know that eamcet is cancelled? coz there is still pretty much debate over the issue.tell me the source which said eamcet is cancelled. reply pls

  27. huda says:

    we the students of AP (first year) dont know even about the syllabus.as u know in hyderabad the agitation for telengana is going on.Our colleges are closed from 13th sept and are going to reopen on 10th oct.and we dont have any idea of the common entrance exam.can u please provide me the information like subjects,total marks,syllabus,books required,etc…………..
    please reply soon so that i can get ready.

    thankyou

  28. pavan says:

    dear sir,
    we have no time to prepare for the new syllabus as it is already september. so please kindely postpond the exam to the next year.

  29. Srikanth says:

    NEET UG likely to be held on May 13, 2011 http://blog.careermitra.com/2011/09/neet-ug-held-2012/

  30. Navaneeth reddy says:

    Respected sir,
    This is not a good decision as it destroys the dreams of lakhs of students who want to become doctors because the students who are studying in the format of state syllabus for them it is difficult to write the NEET and the the state syllabus students also don’t have time to study as it is already September and maximum portions are completed according to state syllabus and I think that the NEET should be postponed for next 2 years and the syllabus should be easy according state syllabus also.

    Thank you

  31. Srikanth says:

    Decision on Common Medical Entrance Test (NEET) will be taken in a week http://blog.careermitra.com/2011/09/decision-neet-week-mci/

  32. Dones George.G says:

    Prayer to MCI:

    1.NEET-UG shall be conducted in Tri-Lingual Format (TLF).
    (i)Official language of state,
    (ii)Official language of India (Hindi) and
    (iii)International technical language (English).
    There is no need for framing the question paper in multiple languages. Only three languages are sufficient as was done in National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) and Railway job exams. This language option is to be given at the time of filling the application. This magnanimous option will enable the regional language students to undertake the NEET in a same language where they studied their 12th standard.
    For example,
    (1)In Gujarat, students are studying 12th standard in Gujarathi language.
    (2)In Andhra Pradesh, students are studying 12th standard in Telugu language.
    (3)In Tamil Nadu, students are studying 12th standard in Tamil language.
    (4)In Karnataka, students are studying 12th standard in Kannada language.
    (5)In Orissa, students are studying 12th standard in Oriya language.
    (6)In Maharashtra, students are studying 12th standard in Marathi language.
    (7)In Assam, students are studying their 12th standard in Assamese language.
    (8)In Manipur, students are studying their 12th standard in Manipuri language.
    (9)Religious minority students are studying their 12th standard in Urdu language.
    (10)In Bengal, students are studying 12th standard in Bengali language.

    If the questions are in Bi-Lingual Format (BLF) such as Hindi and English, it will be discrimination for the above mentioned regional language students. It will be advantageous for English and Hindi medium students over the other regional languages (please understand regional languages also Indian languages).
    As you know, despite 3 languages are there in question paper, the entrance questions are same for all NEET-UG aspirants. This will give a level playing field to all aspirants irrespective of the language. Merit is to be built on the foundations of subject understanding but not on the English (plus Hindi) language skills.
    If the questions are only in English and Hindi, the talented students from regional languages (subject depth candidates who undertook their 12th standard in regional languages) will suffer as means of interpretation as they lack proficiency in either Hindi or English.
    Those who got admitted via NEET-UG to medical colleges from regional languages plus Hindi will be given 1 year Basic English training during their first year MBBS course parallely (2 hrs per day after class timings). This Basic 1 year English training will enable them on par with English medium students.
    State governments either adopt NCERT syllabus of Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology or translate the same to all regional languages . Since the NEET-UG syllabus is based on NCERT books which are available only in Hindi and English..

    What will be the effect if NEET-UG is conducted in Bi-Lingual Format?
    Students who have been studying SSLC examination up to this year in regional languages will switch over to English medium for HSC. This NEET-UG Bi-Lingual Format will create a notion to people in future that it is not possible to study HSC (Higher Secondary Exam) through regional languages as these languages are in-eligible for medical entrance exam.

    Facts:
    It is your kind attention that ex. President Thiru. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former Union Finance Minister Thiru. C.Subramaniam and Chandryan Director Thiru. Mayilsamy Annadurai …………etc are Tamil medium students up to their HSC.
    After MBBS graduation, the doctors have to work with all Indian people who not only speak English and Hindi but other Indian Languages too. Hence, it is very essential for them to have knowledge in other Indian languages too.
    Please give a level playing field to all state languages on par with English and Hindi during NEET-UG.

    • mohd javed says:

      thanx bhai apne dard hamara jana

      • Shreya says:

        You may be right. But you should realise that the secret of success is quickly adopting to the new situations. Students who manage to change succeed whereas students who are insensitive, refusing to change, who are in the comfort zone fail miserably. The students who support such fuzzy students also fail.
        In this changing world the proverb aptly fits the student is “The tough gets going, when the going becomes tough”. People who were lazy, inert, always stayed behind the rest of others. So Guys, wake up fast, learn how to succeed rather than blaming time etc., etc.,

        • Subhadeep says:

          Is it a matter of joke, Shreya ? Do you have any idea if the CET happens in this session ? Numerous state JEE aspirants will have nothing to do. Their career will be finished. Coming at this edge if syllabus is changed, then who will help them ? Will there be you or your proverbs ? Real life is not a poetry. There is a huge difference between the real world and poetic world. You also know very well that, if syllabus and exam patterns get changed now, it is not possible for anyone to make it ready in All India basis. Many repeat candidates are here, who must crack JEE this year, otherwise, their bright careers will be buried under. Then will you save them ? Think deeply a number of times before posting such comments.

          • Shreya says:

            Hi Subhadeep. I mean it & its not a joke. Your words are typical of a languid and slothful person.
            I know a friend, an above average student, not very brilliant, but hard working, took a 1 month crash course for entrance exam and qualified for JIPMER last year. Mind you, this person is from a State board syllabus HSC student, not even from CBSE or ICSE and neither from any elite schools. very ordinary down to earth person. When such person can succeed, why not you??? you have more than 7 months to prepare and if you have this mentality, then Gosh!! let God save you@!!!

            • the game changer says:

              HI SHREYA
              ITS QUITE STRANGE TO HER YOUR COMMENTS. YOU MAY BE A STRONG GIRL BUT NOT EVERYONE IS .
              THINK IT IN THIS WAY THAT NEET WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLY IN TAMIL OR KANNAD OR TULU OR BENGALI THEN WILL YOU BE ABLE TO ADJUST.
              YOU MAY HAVE RECEIVED GOOD EDUCATION BIT NOT EVERYONE IN INDIA HAS.
              THINK ABOUT THE DIVERSITY AND PLEASE TALK ACCORDINGLY.

    • tanmay says:

      i like this praposal

  33. amr says:

    this is not an ideal decision because the decision has taken in a bad time when all the students of different states are habituated with the syllabus of their state board.

    • mohd javed says:

      yes iagree

    • Shreya says:

      You may be right. But you should realise that the secret of success is quickly adopting to the new situations. Students who manage to change succeed whereas students who are insensitive, refusing to change, who are in the comfort zone fail miserably. The students who support such fuzzy students also fail.
      In this changing world the proverb aptly fits the student is “The tough gets going, when the going becomes tough”. People who were lazy, inert, always stayed behind the rest of others. So Guys, wake up fast, learn how to succeed rather than blaming time etc., etc.,

      • mohd javed says:

        shreya state board students k FUTURE ka sawal hai plz think according to INSAANIYAT.

        • Shreya says:

          Hi Javed,
          You don’t seem to understand. You are talking from a limited perspective. You see in State Boards, when there is a change in syllabus, the concerned State does not give advance intimation for more than 3 or 6 months. Never the less, the students somehow adopt themselves to the revised syllabus. Similarly, in this case, MCI gives you advanced intimation of syllabus in Aug 2011 itself for the NEET scheduled in May 2011. Don;t you think you have sufficient time to prepare for the test??
          If the student is so fussy and lazy about preparing, then God alone can save him.

      • Subhadeep says:

        What is this, Shreya ? Do you have any idea if the CET happens in this session ? Numerous state JEE aspirants will have nothing to do. Their career will be finished. Coming at this edge if syllabus is changed, then who will help them ? Will there be you or your proverbs ? Real life is not a poetry. There is a huge difference between the real world and poetic world. You also know very well that, if syllabus and exam patterns get changed now, it is not possible for anyone to make it ready in All India basis. Many repeat candidates are here, who must crack JEE this year, otherwise, their bright careers will be buried under. Then will you save them ? Think deeply a number of times before posting such comments.

  34. Thyagaraja Gopalappa says:

    Respected Sirs,
    NEET is not a good decision as it destroys the dreams of lakhs of students studying according to syllabi of their state Boards who are dreaming to become MBBS Doctors.Time is also too short for preparation for NEET.My Humble prayer is to atleast postpone it for few years till a common syllabus is arranged for 11th & 12th classes through out the country,otherwise IT WOULD BE A GREAT INJUSTICE FOR STATE BOARD SYLLABUS STUDENTS.Please postpone NEET.

    • Anil Jain, Dharwar says:

      @Thyagaraja Gopalappa,
      The common core syllabus was formulated by NCERT after considering the various syllabi followed by different State Boards and was put up in MCI’s website. MCI invited comments on this proposed common syllabus from different stake holders. However, MCI recd only 1,970 inputs which suggests that majority of the stake holders are in agreement with the proposed syllabus. Hence, MCI which is taking appropriate steps to conduct NEET in a structured manner needs to be appreciated.

      As proposal for NEET has been hanging about for several years and in view of the orders of Supreme Court, NEET should be conducted in 2012 without any further delay.
      A small section of students who feel the time for preparation is inadequate can take the entrance in subsequent years. In our country it is difficult to satisfy everybody. We need to go by the majority and hence the decision of Supreme court, MCI & Central Govt needs to be welcomed. This decision, no doubt would bring about positive changes in the medical education in our country which is currently riddled by falling standards and irregularities.

      • Thyagaraja Gopalappa says:

        Thank you Sir,
        May I requst you to kindly leave a message if NEET postpones?
        Kindly do leave a message in that case please!
        With regards,
        Thyagaraja Gopalappa.

  35. Khayati says:

    The Students as well as parents of Gujarat have not agreed the decision of MCI to take ‘NEET’ Exam.The MCI would have given notice atleast before 4-5 years for implementation. The NEET is not recommandable for Gujarat State. Because the students of Gujarat have to suffer many problem and it is injustice to them. The course of GSEB and NCERT is totally different. And other thing there is semester system in Gujarat from 2011 onward in 11th & 12th Std.. How the student can compete this Entrance Exam including 11th & 12th NCERT Course? At present In Gujarat , “GUJCET” is the best? I request Gujarat Education department not to allow “NEET” in coming years also.

    • dr j p modi says:

      if neet exam will not come in gujarati medium than i with more than 50000 parents of gujari medium student file petition in suprim court as upsc exam for ias is also in gujarati medium

  36. swetha says:

    it’s a good thing. but it’ll be very difficult to the state syllabus followers, as they lack in the required basics of the subject. i hope first the syllabus of each state should be centralized and then this test will be good for everyone.

  37. ayushee khandelwal says:

    I really appreciate it. It ensures our bright & innovative future. It doesn’t matter from which board you passed your higher secondary examination as the syallabus of 11th &12th are almost same .

  38. I Fully appreciate the idea of NEET .But the proportion for physics and chemistry is vast then biology it is quiot shocking for us. So,I Request you to please minimize the proportion for physics and chemistry.

  39. abhijit says:

    i heartly welcome this proposal . because it is going to save lots of time and would be fair n corruption free procedure.so far as common syllabus is concerned, people appear for iit and aieee with cbse syllabus.and many people from appear for cbse pmt from those states also who are raising fingers on mci and cbse on common syllabus and language of question paper.currently we have to face 15-20 test.single test will provide lots of option to choose college of our choice.thank u all

  40. Srikanth says:

    Hi all, share your views on our new article related to Common Medical Entrance Test NEET at http://blog.careermitra.com/2011/08/common-medical-entrance-test-happen/

  41. R.Sengupta. Kolkata says:

    Dear Career Mitra Administrators,
    Somebody in the the name of “MCI” has posted malicious,frivolous and wrong information in this website, saying the NEET had been cancelled. This is not true. When Supreme court had directed the MCI to hold NEET, how can it be cancelled without the approval of supreme court.
    Whoever has posted this comment need to be punished for posting such wrong info on this forum.
    I request CAREER MITRA” Administrators take stringent action on this person and debar this person from posting any more info on this website.Pl arrange to delete this comment on this website immdly.
    On behalf of all Pro students I strongly denounce this wrong and mischievous posting.

    NEET WILL BE HELD IN 2012 ……NEET WILL BE HELD IN 2012
    All are requested to go through this link for full info

    http://eklavyajee06.blogspot.com/2011/08/neet-single-medical-entrance.html

    Thanks and bye
    R Sengupta, Kolkata

  42. R Sengupta , Calcutta says:

    Govt on the clearance of Supreme Court had taken the right decision in announcing NEET in 2012. It should implement the test in May 2012, as decided, without any hiccups. Students who are not ready to write exam in 2012 can take it in later years. Unlike most people who are employed and get retired at 58 or 60, Doctors being professionals, need not worry about losing a year or two but can practice as long as they like. So, my point is students who wish to qualify for entrance can afford to spend a year or two more to qualify for the entrance exam.
    All smart and gutsy students can take exams next year, while the weak ones can take it later whenever they are ready

  43. shuchi says:

    this is a vry bad decision u people r playing wid our future plz dnt do that plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  44. KALEEM says:

    This ia a great decision………it cuts off the majour problems…..nice cylabus too….

  45. niharika says:

    Sir,
    The decision of NEET exam from 2012 is not appropriate for us, bcoz our syllabus are nearly completed and newly study of NEET syllabus is hard for us and we are not ready to face it. So please think on it.

    • rakesh gupta , Ahmedabad says:

      Hi Niharika,
      If you are not prepared to take the exam in 2012, you can prepare yourself to take it later i.e. in 2013 or later as per your convenience and subject to NEET’s age & attempt stipulation.
      However, pl note that MCI would go ahead with its decision of holding the exam in 2012 and students who ever is capable of taking the exam would do so.

  46. niharika says:

    respected sir,,
    this is nt correct decision of starting NEET frm d coming session bcz our study has started wid our old syllabus,so it wil b too difficult 4 us to now move towards new syllabus.nd d syllabus is also too hard which is mentioned…
    so plz think of it………nd try to change d decision…….

  47. sam says:

    THE POSSIBLETY OF NEET IN FUTURE . NEET never hold in future. NEET making a politic issue by state govt and central govt. Many state government protest of NEET, Left also. UPA government making by left you know left sport to upa . The member of MCI from maharashtra . Maharashtra government also protest . No any Anaucment about NEET from indian health ministry . NEET fully control by central govt, state govt. Never like this .So it’s fully clear NEET never hold in future . NO ANY POSSIBLETY OF NEET ….

  48. keyur patel says:

    Respected Sir,

    Please forgive me if I have written anything impolite.

    Implementation of NEET -UG exam has created shock waves throughout the aspiring students across the country since the decision and publishing of syllabus are sudden .It should have been announced at least 2 years back so that the students could have started preparing from then on and can face the exam confidently.

    Students of various states suggest or even cry for modifications in the core syllabus. This is because of the discrepancies of the core syllabus with their State syllabus. The core syllabus does not match with what they have been taught so far in the past one and a half years i.e with their State Board syllabus.

    Hence steps should be taken to see that the core syllabus is included in the state syllabus of all the states so that all urban and rural students are exposed to a uniform syllabus. Only when a common board of syllabus comes into existence, a common entrance can be carried out which will fetch fruit for student in any corner of the country.

    Many poor and rural students of our country study in Government schools, where their medium of education is their regional language. Being the questions in English and Hindi they can’t even appear for the exam.

    Now it has come that even Civil service exams can be done in regional languages.

    Hence in order to break the barrier of languages, steps should be taken that the question paper is printed in the regional languages also.

    When a new system is introduced it should be complete in all respects to satisfy people from all walks. When to implement is secondary. Hence sufficient time should be allowed for that.
    An expert committee comprising of officials of education ,state medical council and medical education department, Govt authorities of all the states is be formed first , and a syllabus common to all the states should be developed. That syllabus should be included in their text books .Any analytical qualitatitive or quantitative knowledge should be taught to the students from their text by their school teachers so that they should not dependent on any coaching. classes.
    The students who are supposed to write May 2012 NEET Exams are in 12th standard now. They are half way through their 12th standard syllabus which differs widely from the NEET syllabus. At this juncture it is very difficult for them to prepare fur the NEET exam with almost a new syllabus. The students may have to seek the coaching centers for preparation which is highly unaffordable & inaccessible for poor and rural students, They will have to experience mental as well as physical strain .

    Hence Sir, taking into consideration of all the above requests and suggestions of the young kids across the country, kindly do not implement the NEET-UG Exam for medical at present.

    It will be most unfortunate if NEET -UG Exam is conducted in 2012.This will spoil the lives of thousands of students for none of their mistakes.

    Sir, Hope you have understood the pressure and stress on us.
    you fithfully
    keyur

    • rakesh gupta , Ahmedabad says:

      Hello Moderator / Site Administrator,
      The above msg from “Keyur Patel” is a replica of the msg from Meenaravikumar and Rahul. It is boring to read the same msg repeatedly and there is no doubt that it is same person who is duplicating the msg under different names. Kindly ensure that such msgs are deleted. Also please issue stern warning to this dubious person not to repeat such msgs.

    • mohdjaved says:

      1. This is a very crual decision in favour of students of state boards
      of india SPECIALLY UP BOARD AND BIHAR.
      2. About 85% of student are from their state boards & syllabus
      proposed by MCI is 80% differ from state boards, students can not
      afford new syllabus in 1 year bcoz 12th students already have studied
      11th syllabous.
      3. Entrace exams questions will be from 11th & 12th class.july,august
      will passed till now.PLZZ EXPLAIN, HOW WILL BE A 2 YEAR SYLLABUS
      PREPAIRED BY STUDENTS OF STATE BOARDS IN 7 MONTHS?
      4. This decision will be better if there will be a common board in
      whole country,all appeared students will pass by studying a common
      syllabus, there will be many difficulties to prepare for NEET UG in
      2012.
      5. In this year,the whole ADVANTAGE of NEET UG will goes to CBSE
      students only bcoz their syllabus is EXACTLY SAME as NEET UG.
      ************ WE WANT JUSTICE**************

      ************ WE WANT JUSTICE**************

  49. keyur patel says:

    RESPECTED SIR,
    I FULLY APPRECIATE THE IDEA OF ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION..BUT THE PORTIONS FOR PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY IS MORE VAST THAN BIOLOGY..AS A FUTURE MEDICAL ASPIRANT I FEEL THAT MORE EMPAHSIS SHOULD BE GIVEN FOR BIOLOGY THAN PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY..SO I REQUSET YOU TO PLEASE MINIMIZE THE PORTIONS FOR PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

  50. keyur patel says:

    Respected Sir,
    The new syllabus of NEET is quite vast,and also shocking and difficult for students like me who wish to be future medical students

  51. keyur patel says:

    its a great decision sir with the increasing chaos for medical exam will make it more comfortable for rest of d ppl to crack medical exam more easily n smoothly..with dis one student can occupy only 1 sit wich ‘ll make comfort for other student to occupy rest of d seat…n wat i want to say”WINNERS KNOW HOW TO FIGHT FOR EVERY CIRCUMSTANCES N LOSERS TRY TO FIND EXCUSES…”U AL THNK WHERE U CONSIDER URSELF…MCI HAS TAKEN D GREAT N MARVELLOUS STEP N WE SHOULD SUPPORT..THEM…

  52. Gaurav rathava says:

    its a great decision sir with the increasing chaos for medical exam will make it more comfortable for rest of d ppl to crack medical exam more easily n smoothly..with dis one student can occupy only 1 sit wich ‘ll make comfort for other student to occupy rest of d seat…n wat i want to say”WINNERS KNOW HOW TO FIGHT FOR EVERY CIRCUMSTANCES N LOSERS TRY TO FIND EXCUSES…”U AL THNK WHERE U CONSIDER URSELF…MCI HAS TAKEN D GREAT N MARVELLOUS STEP N WE SHOULD SUPPORT..THEM…

  53. Gaurav rathava says:

    Sir,
    The decision of NEET exam from 2012 is not appropriate for us, bcoz our syllabus are nearly completed and newly study of NEET syllabus is hard for us and we are not ready to face it. So please think on it.

  54. rakesh gupta , Ahmedabad says:

    MCI is conducting NEET in May 2012. Approved by Cent. Govt & Supreme court. Good decision by Govt. I welcome, welcome & welcome.
    Physics & Chemistry portion should be reduced.
    Rakesh

  55. mohit jambhrunkar says:

    realy!
    Neet is cancelled…if this is true then it is very good result of suprim court….

    • Krishna Kumar (Bangalore) says:

      NEET is scheduled for May 2012. What Shani mentioned is for 2011.
      Originally MCI wanted to hold the exam in 2011, however due to shortage of time it was cancelled for 2011.

  56. shani says:

    NEET has been cancelled for this academic year

  57. naga says:

    sir dis exam make a eligble doctor as ap c catagoris are baugt bye an un eligible student killing many paitients piz save india dis is major problem in ap plz dont delay keep in may 2012

  58. naga says:

    sir thank u sir for dis exam dont delay as it saves money and time of poor student gooooooooooooood luck ug medicos piz mci dont delay

  59. krishnar says:

    sir thank u for condecting dis exam as iam ap student we r suffaring from hundreads of mistakes in telugu acadamy dis exam saves ap students make a eligible doctor
    plz dont delay and condect this exam in may next yearrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr 10q sir

  60. iqbal says:

    sir thank u for dis exam plz dont delay dis exam it makes a elegable student
    to do mbbs and save lives if u delay r postponed it is shameeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee on ur power

  61. ramu says:

    sir iam 4rm ap plz take dis note to ap board we r thank for this exam and keep dis exam in may 2012. this exam select coorect student for mbbs. if eamcet was condected even a failure r un elegable student bye the seat and do mbbs which leads useless docter and kill many innocent patient ….plz save india

    • hemanth says:

      oh r u serious,a student who buys a seat will become a useless doctor,its not true ,if the counselling has been completed just before ur turn ,how do u feel man.i have seen many people experiencing that.if ur a excellent student u vil get seat in any govt.col,then y r u afraid of that.once u think about students coming from rural background.this is for u ramu from AP

  62. sai says:

    sir we r very much thank u as mci is atanomas body it has as all powers and plz keep dis exam in may 2012 if u delay it is same on ur part……………………………………

  63. sai says:

    sir we r very much thank u as mci is atanomas body it has as all powers and plz keep dis exam in may 2012 if u delay it is same on ur part……………………………………
    piz dont delay

  64. SONI VARGHESE says:

    RESPECTED SIR,
    I FULLY APPRECIATE THE IDEA OF ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION..BUT THE PORTIONS FOR PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY IS MORE VAST THAN BIOLOGY..AS A FUTURE MEDICAL ASPIRANT I FEEL THAT MORE EMPAHSIS SHOULD BE GIVEN FOR BIOLOGY THAN PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY..SO I REQUSET YOU TO PLEASE MINIMIZE THE PORTIONS FOR PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

  65. haritha says:

    iam ap student the syllabus is almost common. as rabbit is a typical mammal it 90% common with human phiyology phycis and chemistry is common plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……………….. dont delay becoz dis exam saves us from writing 10 to 15 exams for admmision in to medical colleg which saves our money and
    time

    • Ramya says:

      Haritha we also support neet-ug exam but it will be difficult for the student of inter 2nd year and also the students who joined longterm to write EAMCET in2012 to prepare the 2years syllabus which is different from what they read.So it is good to get postponed to 2013 or 2014 batch as they get prepared for it

  66. haritha says:

    thank u verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry much 4 ur smart decision plz dont delay in finalising this exam we can prepare this syllabus we have sufficint time to prepare. u have all powers and keep this exam in may next year

  67. Gaurav rathava says:

    plz do not introduce neet for the 2011-12 students as the year has already started. We have already started with our old syllabus

  68. Gaurav rathava says:

    Respected Sir,
    I do not think it is a wise decision to conduct NEET this year as well as in the coming years unless the whole country starts following a common board.It will be very tough for students appearing for the medical exam this year as the portions have already been completed, and starting studying a new set of books in such a short time is really tough.I request you to please think over this decision.

  69. keyur patel says:

    respected sir,
    I understand the benefits of NEET but this is probably not the right time to impliment for the batch of 2011-2012.
    There’s hardly any time remaining for CET and with 6 months in hand cbse syllabus is no joke to prepare. I hav been in CBSE board uptill my 10th and i know the syllabus has a vast difference . this decision of ur’s must be applicable for the batch of 2012-2013.We hav already studied and are half prepared for cet as we start our preparations from class 11th. please sir please this is no big joke u are dealing with careers and lives of thousand students . this decision has to applied for batch of 2012-2013 other wise this year the students suicide is definately going to reach grt heights.

  70. MANISHA says:

    I AM NOT AGAINST THE CET BUT THE THING IS THAT WE R BIOLOGY STUDENTS AND NOT THE PCM STUDENTS.THEY NEED TO CONCENTRATE ON PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY MORE THAN US.IN FUTURE WE JUST NEED BIO AND NOT PHYSICS.AND GREATEST THING THAT HAVE DONE IS THAT THEY DECREASES THE ZOOLOGY PORTION AND INCREASES PHYSICS PORTION.SO I JUST WANNA REQUEST YOU THAT SIR PLEASE WE WOULD LOVE TO HAV OUR OLD FORMAT AS WELL AS OLD SYULLABUS.BCOZ SOMETIMES IT IS GOOD TO BE A CONSERVATIVE .WE WANNA TO BECOME DOCTORS AND NOT ENGINEERS.WISH YOU WILL SURELY TAKE BEST THINGS FOR PMT ASPIRANT.PEOPLE IN , INDIA SAY, IF YOU ARE GIVING RESPONSE TO ANY KIND OF CEET OR ANY SUCH THINGS , IS USELESS,BCOZ THE THINGS MADE BY THEM IS FINAL AND THEY JUST DO FORMALITIES.SO LETS SEE IF THEY ARE TRUE .OFCOURSE BIOLOGY ZINDABAD.

  71. Ramya says:

    Sir please postpone neet -ug to 2014-15 batch because it will be difficult to prepare for this exam for the the students of 12th standard and also for the students who failed to get seat in MBBS/BDS this year & preparing for their respective state’s entrance test in this short period of time & also for the students of 11th standard as they have started their classes so kindly postpone this exam

  72. SHUBHAM says:

    its a request to mci to reduce the syllabus for bio n,phy n chem…

  73. respected sir,the decision to take neet-ug from 2012 by mci is very good

  74. madhurima sood says:

    the decision about a common entrance exam for MBBS degree is welcome.However,the MCI needs to cut down the syllabus of physics and chemistry rather than that of biology. The slashing down of Human Physiology is unwarranted since it forms the backbone of the basic subjects of this course.In addition the double weightage of biology in the entrance test should continue as we want to have doctors in making and not “mechanics”

  75. Seema P. Rathod says:

    Respected sir,
    We do not agree with this common entrance…there is not enough time to prepare for it. we belong to state board and it becomes mush difficult for us to pass such entrances with good scores..There must a common board all over then it is justifiable..

  76. sanket sarda says:

    sir i think ki ye exam cancel ho jani chahiye.bcz time bahot kam hai aur kaam bahot jyada….so sir plz try to understand our problem.hum ek saath kitna karenge……so plz sir NEET UG exam ko cancel karao.

  77. Khushi says:

    You Just Shut Up…. we are not coward , losers and Lazy but we haven’t enough time to preparation. Mind your own business. Don’t need to comment on others…

  78. Nishi Shah says:

    Respected Sir,
    The exam should not be in only English and Hindi. It must be in Gujarati also.
    we are against of his injustice.

  79. Karan says:

    Sir,
    Please post pone neet for 2012 when it’s applicable. It should not be in only English and Hindi, It must be in Gujarati also.
    Gujarati is Indian language.
    We are against of his injustice.
    Please approved our request.

    • Dones George says:

      The syllabus and questions should not be in English and Hindi. It should be printed in all 22 languages mentioned under 8th schedule of the constitution of India along with English.

  80. Gandhi Monali says:

    Respected Sir,
    Please post pone Neet for 2012 when it’s applicable. It should not be in only English and Hindhi, It must be in Gujarati also.
    Gujarati is Indian language.
    We are against of his injustice.

  81. shekha says:

    Respected Sir,
    The new syllabus of NEET is quite vast,and also shocking and difficult for students like me who wish to be future medical students

  82. NEET-2012 should be postpone becouse it is only Hindi and English Language. We want it should be in Gujarati and other state language.
    MCI should think over it.

    Anwarhusen khokhar

    • Ganesh (Tiruppur, Tamilnadu) says:

      Hello Anwar,
      When you are able to write comment in English, what is your problem in attending NEET in English. You Hypocrites dont deserve to become Doctors.

  83. Please postpone neetfor 2012.As I am from gujarat test must be in gujarati language and other regional language. We are indian and Gujarati is India’s language. We oppose such injustice.

    Sanobar Khokhar.

    • Ganesh (Tiruppur, Tamilnadu) says:

      Hello Sanobar,
      MBBS is taught in English. First try to change this into Gujarati and then you can think about changing the NEET in Gujarati.:)

  84. RAHUL says:

    Respected Sir,

    Please forgive me if I have written anything impolite.

    Implementation of NEET -UG exam has created shock waves throughout the aspiring students across the country since the decision and publishing of syllabus are sudden .It should have been announced at least 2 years back so that the students could have started preparing from then on and can face the exam confidently.

    Students of various states suggest or even cry for modifications in the core syllabus. This is because of the discrepancies of the core syllabus with their State syllabus. The core syllabus does not match with what they have been taught so far in the past one and a half years i.e with their State Board syllabus.

    Hence steps should be taken to see that the core syllabus is included in the state syllabus of all the states so that all urban and rural students are exposed to a uniform syllabus. Only when a common board of syllabus comes into existence, a common entrance can be carried out which will fetch fruit for student in any corner of the country.

    Many poor and rural students of our country study in Government schools, where their medium of education is their regional language. Being the questions in English and Hindi they can’t even appear for the exam.

    Now it has come that even Civil service exams can be done in regional languages.

    Hence in order to break the barrier of languages, steps should be taken that the question paper is printed in the regional languages also.

    When a new system is introduced it should be complete in all respects to satisfy people from all walks. When to implement is secondary. Hence sufficient time should be allowed for that.
    An expert committee comprising of officials of education ,state medical council and medical education department, Govt authorities of all the states is be formed first , and a syllabus common to all the states should be developed. That syllabus should be included in their text books .Any analytical qualitatitive or quantitative knowledge should be taught to the students from their text by their school teachers so that they should not dependent on any coaching. classes.
    The students who are supposed to write May 2012 NEET Exams are in 12th standard now. They are half way through their 12th standard syllabus which differs widely from the NEET syllabus. At this juncture it is very difficult for them to prepare fur the NEET exam with almost a new syllabus. The students may have to seek the coaching centers for preparation which is highly unaffordable & inaccessible for poor and rural students, They will have to experience mental as well as physical strain .

    Hence Sir, taking into consideration of all the above requests and suggestions of the young kids across the country, kindly do not implement the NEET-UG Exam for medical at present.

    It will be most unfortunate if NEET -UG Exam is conducted in 2012.This will spoil the lives of thousands of students for none of their mistakes.

    Sir, Hope you have understood the pressure and stress on us.
    you fithfully
    :- RAHUL

    • Ganesh (Tiruppur, Tamilnadu) says:

      This is a very good decision by MCI. A long awaited and much needed for the students. All of us should understand that MCI & Supreme court decided to implement after consulting students, teachers, Central/State Govts., institutions etc in 2009 itself. MCI announced in 2010 Aug to hold NEET. Since many felt that time is insufficient to hold NEET in 2011, MCI has postponed to 2012. It cannot postpone further. Majority of the parents and students are already aware about NEET and they have already started preparing. The remaining persons should start their preparation now itself as the exam is scheduled in May 2012. Exam will be held in english & hindi. Pl buy books applicable for AIPMT exams and start preparing. If any of the student in this forum give excuse to postpone, that means they are incapable for MBBS degree. Country does not need such lazy persons in todays fast world.

  85. ravina says:

    Till today, reading material in local languages, coaching facility, awareness in teachers about the syllabus etc. issues are unresolved. Medium of exam is not clear. Huge difference in syllabus of GSEB and NEET. Only six months are left. Implementation of NEET exams from this year would be totally go against to the GSEB students. Syllabus selected for NEET is totally in favour of CBSE students only and totally against the interest of students of State Boards.

    Hope, Officials of MCI would humbly feel feelings of the State Board students, and would be kind enough by postponing implementation of NEET exam from current year. Before implementation, MCI should ensure that, all prerequisites i.e. Reading materials, Training to Teachers, Coaching facilities etc.are available well in advance (minimum i year) to students wishing to appearing for NEET exam of each & every corner of the country.

  86. jhonny says:

    i am a 12th scince student.this is not good. please change

    it.

  87. parmar nishant says:

    i am a 12th scince student. it is not a good idea for us common medical entrance in 2012.please posponed this eaxam in 2013.

  88. tanvi says:

    sir…..i’m a student of gujarat state board.and CBSE course is too much different from gujarat state.NEET will be in English.so.our medium & language will be changed so it will be a crueal decission for us …the decision is not in our favour.please sir i kindly request you to think over this please sir think over it than take any decision…………..

  89. alok singh says:

    with respect, i want to tell every mci person it right decision for ;neet;.some stupid don’t want ;neet;in 2012.neet is new and rightright bigning in the field of medical science………

  90. shani says:

    NEET very bad for every state bord student . NEET will finish our career.

  91. krishna bodrya says:

    Dear sir
    This is not a good dicision. Please postpond it for one year.

  92. Srikanth says:

    Hi all, please make sure to submit your views to [neet-ug@mciindia.org]. August 11, 2011 is the deadline.

  93. hemanth says:

    yes i to agree that ,this is an cruel decision because there intention of doing good to the students will inreturn become a big problem.once you people think about the students coming from rural background,they wil be completly exploited.so please dont do this to us.

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