NEET Will Be Held Only in English & Hindi

stopThe proposed common medical entrance test (NEET) will only be held in Hindi & English. MCI chairman Dr K K Talwar had said “It is practically not possible to hold the test in vernacular languages, NEET can only be held in Hindi & English” (via). This will set back hopes of few states which were demanding vernacular languages in the proposed common medical entrance test. Gujarat, Karnataka, West Bengal are few states which have asked for printing questions in local language.

MCI held a core meeting today and is likely to finalize dates and syllabus for the proposed common medical entrance test according to source. Dr Talwar has said MCI has taken the feedback of all concerned and will decide on the final syllabus, he has said no state will have an unfair advantage over other states with respect to the syllabus.

NEET UG is likely to be held in the month of May (13th) application forms will be issued from December second week. You can read our previous post for more information, NEET PG will be held in January or February 2012, read more.

Source: Times of India

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49 comments on “NEET Will Be Held Only in English & Hindi

  1. Ebenezar says:

    NEET is not required. Each state can follow their own method of admission.

  2. sourav says:

    it is fully a wrong method.Actually talent should not be measured by language. A doctor can speak and make out english,then what? treatment is the only aim,otherwise nothing

  3. Dinesh Kumar says:

    KERALA A ROLE MODEL STATE FOR PRO NEET
    =========================================

    At a time when some States are indulging in nit picking to scuttle the process of NEET in 2012, Kerala stands tall as a beacon supporting NEET. In all these tumultuous time, Kerala is very clear in its thinking and stands by the decision of Central Govt, Supreme Court and MCI. In India Kerala have the maximum literacy rate and whenever any rule or Act comes into force against the well being of the people, Kerala would be the first State to oppose. At the same time, if it finds the same beneficial to people, it will be the first State to welcome and adopt. In the case of NEET, it appreciates the advantages and benefits of it and had readily adopted itself for the sake of its students.

    As everyone knows, Kerala is a non-Hindi State, its official language is Malayalam, 80% of its students study State board Syllabus in Malayalam. Its State syllabus also has difference with that of core syllabus declared by MCI. It had State PMT which was set in English and Malayalam language. The so called grievances by the opposing States were all omnipresent in Kerala too. But the State was so prudent and proactive, it saw the advantages out weighing disadvantages, hence decided to take NEET.

    In my village which is hundreds of miles away from Trivandrum, the Capital city of Kerala, the public is reasonably aware about the introduction of NEET. The institute where I am studying has been informing us the possibility of NEET in 2012. About a month back, the notice about NEET was put on the campus notice board and a copy of the same was stuck in each and every class room. In my institute each and every student is aware about NEET coming in May 2012. The institute was informed by the State education board and our institute had put up the notices in the entire campus even in canteen.

    My institute had already started to adjust the curriculum according to the NEET syllabus and in fact in the last 2 weekly tests the question paper was set tougher to prepare the students for NEET. The institute had told us very clearly that students need to prepare themselves to deal the NEET questions in English only. The Malayalam papers were withdrawn from the monthly tests to begin with.

    Kerala has 23 medical colleges in all in the State. The majority of them are private medical colleges. The Kerala Govt is so transparent that without buckling to the pressure of the pvt colleges, unlike the other opposing States, supports NEET to the hilt. Gujarat which is bigger than Kerala and which has a better GDP than Kerala has only 19 medical colleges, yet a small group of parents headed by a wealthy Doctor with the connivance of vested interest is opposing NEET in Ahmedabad.

    Among all the States, Kerala definitely stands tall and majestic. In India we have 28 States and 7 Union Territories, except 5 or 6 States all other States have accepted NEET. Whether these States participate in NEET or not, it doesn’t matter, but NEET will definitely happen and we look forward to it eagerly.

    On Behalf of all these Pro NEET States and students like me hailing from villages request the opposing States to change their minds and join NEET 2012 immediately.

  4. purna says:

    I support NEET. But if it happens in 2012 it should be in vernacular too, at least in 2012. Otherwise it will be injustice to state language students.

    • donesgeorge says:

      Sub: PIL for conducting IIT-JEE, AIEEE and AIPMT entrance exams in Tamil language besides Hindi and English-reg
      Sir,
      In Tamil Nadu 3 lakhs students per year have been passed out Higher Secondary Course in Tamil Medium. Reference: The Hindu daily dated 16-09-2011.
      Similarly in Karnataka, 2.5 lakhs students per year have been passed out Pre-University Education in Kannada Medium. Reference: Karnataka Government Pre-University Education Report for the year 2010-11.
      Same thing happening in mother tongue based Higher Secondary Course languages such as Marathi, Gujarathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Urdu, Punjabi and Telugu.
      However 22 languages are officially recognized under 8th schedule of the constitution, only 11 languages are available as Medium of Instruction (MOI) up to Higher Secondary Course including Hindi.

  5. purna says:

    The Education Minister of West Bengal Mr. Bratya Basu declared that West Bengal Joint Entrance Board will take the WBJEE Medical 2012. In this matter the Chief Minister Of West Bengal Miss. Mamata Banerjee sent a letter to Central Govt.

  6. Prince says:

    Gud news from the hindu…

    Students aspiring for MBBS seats will not take the EAMCET route but write the National
    Entrance and Eligibility Test by Medical Council of India (MCI) from next year. The test will be conducted at the national level by the Central Board of Secondary
    Education (CBSE) on behalf of MCI but the counselling and selection would be done by
    the State government, Director of Medical Education P. Sampath Kumar told The Hindu. He said the MCI was keen to do the selection of candidates also after the test, but the
    State government retained the initiative for its own reasons. The decision to join the
    national test was taken in view of the insistence by MCI that there be uniform standards
    of testing for admissions instead of each State having its own question papers.
    Nevertheless, there would be both State and national rankings. About 65,000 students appeared for medicine stream of EAMCET last year for 4,300
    seats in 12 government and 20 private medical colleges in the State. An all-party
    meeting convened by the government a few months ago to discuss whether the State
    could join the national pool for allocation of seats did not find favour with the parties. A.P. and Jammu & Kashmir are the only States which were exempted from joining the
    Central pool by a Presidential order. The State had to contribute 15 per cent of the seats
    to outsiders but its own students would have got an additional 1,500 seats at the
    national level if it had joined the scheme, Dr. Sampath Kumar said.

    • Dones George says:

      CBSE simply wanted to loot the seats of the regional language students by plnning to st the qusetion paper in Hindi and English. This is the way MCI is maintaining Unity in Diversity. Is it a shame for the nation?

    • Dones George 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.

      • Thanks Dones George. You appreciated the problems of state language students very well. I also welcome NEET(UG). But the question should be also in state language and the syllabus should be common to all +2 syllabuses.

  7. donesgeorge says:

    SI No.
    UG Course
    Institute
    UG Entrance
    Language option
    (Bi-Lingual Pattern)
    Required Language option
    (Tri-Lingual Pattern)
    1
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    M.Sc. (Integrated 5 years)
    M.Tech. (Dual Degree 5 years)
    IIT-Bombay
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.
    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.
    2

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    M.Tech. (Integrated 5 years)

    IIT-Delhi
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.
    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.
    3

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    B.Des. (4 years)

    IIT-Guwahati
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.
    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.
    4

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    M.Sc. (Integrated 5 years)
    M.Tech.(Dual Degree 5 years)

    IIT-Kanpur
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.
    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.
    5

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    B.Arch. (5 years)
    M.Sc. (Integrated 5 years)
    M.Tech.(Dual Degree 5 years)

    IIT-Khargpur
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.
    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.
    6

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    M.Sc. (Dual Degree 5 years)
    M.Tech.(Dual Degree 5 years)

    IIT-Madras
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    7

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    B.Arch (5 years)
    M.Tech.(Integrated 5 years)

    IIT-Roorkee
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    8
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Bhubaneshwar
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.
    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.
    9
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Gandhinagar
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    10
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Hyderabad
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    11

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Indore
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    12
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Mandi
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    13
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Patna
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    14
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Jodhpur
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    15
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIT-Ropar
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    16
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    B.Pharm (4 years)
    M.Pharm (Dual Degree 5 years)
    M.Tech. (Dual Degree 5 years)
    M.Tech. (Integrated 5 years)
    IT-BHU, Varanasi
    (Institute of Technology-Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    17

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    M.Sc. (Integrated 5 years)
    M.Sc. Tech. (Integrated 5 years)
    M.Tech. (Dual Degree 5 years)

    ISM, Dhanbad.
    (Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.)

    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    18

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    IIIT, Allahabad
    (Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    19

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    RGIIIT, Amethi
    (Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Information Technology, Amethi)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    20

    B.Tech. (4 years)
    PDPM IIIT, Jabalpur.
    (Pandit Dwarka Prasad Mishra Indian Institute of Information Technology & Mangement, Jabalpur)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    21

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    IIITDM, Kanchi.
    (Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, Kanchi)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    22
    B.Tech. + M.Tech.
    (Integrated 5 years)
    B.Tech. + M.B.A.
    (Integrated 5 years)
    ABV IIITM, Gwalior.
    (Atal Biharee Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior.)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    23

    B.S.+M.S. Dual Programme

    IISER, Pune
    (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune)

    (i) IIT-JEE,
    (ii) KVPY and
    (iii) IISER Aptitude Test.
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    24

    B.S.+M.S. Dual Programme

    IISER, Mohali
    (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Mohali)

    (i) IIT-JEE,
    (ii) KVPY and
    (iii) IISER Aptitude Test.
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    25

    B.S.+M.S. Dual Programme

    IISER, Kolkata
    (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata)

    (i) IIT-JEE,
    (ii) KVPY and
    (iii) IISER Aptitude Test.
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    26

    B.S.+M.S. Dual Programme

    IISER, Mohali
    (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Trivandrum)
    (i) IIT-JEE,
    (ii) KVPY and
    (iii) IISER Aptitude Test.
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    27

    B.S.+M.S. Dual Programme
    IISER, Kolkata
    (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhopal)

    (i) IIT-JEE,
    (ii) KVPY and
    (iii) IISER Aptitude Test.
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    28

    B.S. (3 years)

    IISc, Bangalore.
    (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.)

    (i) IIT-JEE,
    (ii) KVPY,
    (iii) AIEEE &
    (iv) IISC. Aptitude Test.
    (i) English &
    (ii) Hindi.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    29

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    IIST, Trivandrum.
    (Indian Institute of Space science and Technology, Trivandrum.)

    IIIST Aptitude Test.
    (i) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    30

    B.Arch. (5 years)
    B.Planning (5 years)

    SPA, Delhi
    (School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    31

    B.Arch. (5 years)
    B.Planning (5 years)

    SPA, Vijayawada
    (School of Planning and Architecture, Vijayawada)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    32

    B.Arch. (5 years)
    B.Planning (5 years)

    SPA, Bhopal.
    (School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    33

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    IT-GGV CU, Bilaspur,
    (Institute of Technology – Guru Ghasidhas vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur,)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    34

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    IICT, Bhadohi.
    (Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, Bhadohi.)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    35

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology, Ranchi.
    (NIFFT, Ranchi.)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    36

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    J.K. Institute of Applied Physics and Technology, University of Allahabad, Allahabad.
    (JKIAPT-UA, Allahabad.)

    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    37

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    Assam University, Silchar.
    (AU, Silchar).
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    38

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    Tezpur University, Assam.
    (TU, Assam.)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    39

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    Mizoram University, Aizawl.
    (MU, Aizawl)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    40

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Trichy.
    (NIT, Trichyl)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    41

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Agartala.
    (NIT, Agartala)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    42

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Allahabad.
    (NIT, Allahabad)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    43

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Bhopal.
    (NIT, Bhopal)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    44

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Calicut.
    (NIT, Calicut)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    45

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Durgapur.
    (NIT, Durgapur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    46

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur.
    (NIT, Hamirpur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    47

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Jaipur.
    (NIT, Jaipur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    48

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar.
    (NIT, Jalandhar)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    49

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur.
    (NIT, Jamshedpur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    50

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra.
    (NIT, Kurukshetra.)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    51

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Nagpur.
    (NIT, Nagpur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    52

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Patna.
    (NIT, Patna)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    53

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Raipur.
    (NIT, Raipur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    54

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Rourkela.
    (NIT, Rourkela)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    55

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Silchar.
    (NIT, Silchar)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    56

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Hazratbal.
    (NIT, Hazratbal)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    57

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Surat.
    (NIT, Surat)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    58

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Mangalore.
    (NIT, Mangalore)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    59

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Warangal.
    (NIT, Warangal)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    60

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh.
    (NIT, Arunachal Pradesh)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    61

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Delhi.
    (NIT, Delhi)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    62

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Goa.
    (NIT, Goa)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    63

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Manipur.
    (NIT, Manipur)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    64

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Mghalaya.
    (NIT, Megalaya)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    65

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Mizoram.
    (NIT, Mizoram)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    66

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Nagaland.
    (NIT, Nagaland)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    67

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Puducherry.
    (NIT, Puducherry)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    68

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Sikkim.
    (NIT, Sikkim)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    69

    B.Tech. (4 years)

    National Institute of Technology, Garhwal.
    (NIT, Garhwal)
    AIEEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    70

    MBBS

    Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    71

    MBBS

    Guwahati Medical College, Guwahati.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    72

    MBBS

    Silchar Medical College, Silchar.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    73

    MBBS

    Jorhat Medical College, Jorhat
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    74

    MBBS

    AN Magadh Meical College, Gaya.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    75

    MBBS

    Darbhanga Meical College, Laheriasarai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    76

    MBBS

    Jawaharlal Nehru Meical College, Bhagalpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    77

    MBBS

    Nalanda Meical College, Patna.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    78

    MBBS

    Patna Meical College, Patna.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    79

    MBBS

    SK Medical College, Muzzafarpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    80

    MBBS

    Govt. Medical College, Chandigarh.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    81

    MBBS

    Pt.JNM Medical College, Raipur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    82

    MBBS

    GMCNDMC, Jagdalpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    83

    MBBS

    GMC (CIMS), Bilaspur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    84

    MBBS

    LHMC, New Delhi for girls only.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    85

    MBBS

    Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    86

    MBBS

    University College of Medical Science, Delhi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    87

    MBBS

    VMMC & SJH, New Delhi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    88

    MBBS

    Goa Medical College, Panaji.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    89

    MBBS

    BJ Medical College, Ahmedabad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    90

    MBBS

    GMC, Surat.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    91

    MBBS

    NHL Municipal Medical College, Ahmedabad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    92

    MBBS

    Medical College, Baroda.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    93

    MBBS

    MP Shah Medical College, Jamngar.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    94

    MBBS

    Pandit DDU Medical College, Rajkot.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    95

    MBBS

    GMC, Bhavnagar
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    96

    MBBS

    Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Medical College, Rohtak.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    97

    MBBS

    IG Medical College, Shimla.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    98

    MBBS

    Dr. RPG Medical College, Tanda.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    99

    MBBS

    MGM Medical College, Jamshedpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    100

    MBBS

    Rajendra Institute of Medical College, Ranchi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    101

    MBBS

    Pataliputra Medical College, Dhanbad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    102

    MBBS

    Bangalore MC, Bangalore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    103

    MBBS

    Vijaynagar Institute of Medical Science, Bellary.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    104

    MBBS

    Karnataka Institute of Medical Science, Hubli.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    105

    MBBS

    Mysore MC, Mysore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    106

    MBBS

    Hasan Institute of Medical Sciences, Hasan.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    107

    MBBS

    Belgaum Institute of Medical Sciences, Belgaum.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    108

    MBBS

    Mandyn Institute of Medical Sciences, Mandyn.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    109

    MBBS

    Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences, Raichur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    110

    MBBS

    Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences, Shimoga.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    111

    MBBS

    Bidar Institute of Medical Sciences, Bidar.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    112

    MBBS

    GMC, Calicut
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    113

    MBBS

    GMC, Trivandrum.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    114

    MBBS

    TD MC, Alleppy.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    115

    MBBS

    GMC, Trichur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    116

    MBBS

    GMC, Kottayam.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    117

    MBBS

    BJ Medical College, Pune.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    118

    MBBS

    Dr.VM Medical College, Sholapur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    119

    MBBS

    GMC, Aurangabad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    120

    MBBS

    GMC, Nagpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    121

    MBBS

    Grant Medical College & Sir. JJ Hospital, Mumbai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    122

    MBBS

    IG MC, Nagpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    123

    MBBS

    LTM MC, Mumbai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    124

    MBBS

    Govt. Mirai Medical College, Miraj
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    125

    MBBS

    Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    126

    MBBS

    SRTR MC, Ambajogai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    127

    MBBS

    TN Medical College, Mumbai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    128

    MBBS

    GMC, Nanded.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    129

    MBBS

    Shri. Vasant Rao Naik Medical College, Yavatmal.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    130

    MBBS

    Shri.BH GMC, Dhule.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    131

    MBBS

    RGMC & Chap. SM Hospital, Thane.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    132

    MBBS

    RSCSM GMC, Kolhapur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    133

    MBBS

    GMC, Akola
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    134

    MBBS

    GMC, Latur
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    135

    MBBS

    NEIGRIHMS, Shillong
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    136

    MBBS

    RIMS, Imphal
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    137

    MBBS

    JNIMS, Imphal
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    138

    MBBS

    Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    139

    MBBS

    Netaji SCB MC, Jabalpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    140

    MBBS

    GR MC, Gwalior.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    141

    MBBS

    MGM MC, Indore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    142

    MBBS

    SS MC, Rewa
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    143

    MBBS

    BMC, Sagar
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    144

    MBBS

    MKCG MC, Berhampur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    145

    MBBS

    SCB MC, Cuttack
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    146

    MBBS

    VSS MC, Sambalpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    147

    MBBS

    GMC, Patiala
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    148

    MBBS

    GMC, Faridkot.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    149

    MBBS

    GMC, Amritsar.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    150
    MBBS

    Dr.SN MC, Jodhpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    151

    MBBS

    JLN MC, Ajmer.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    152

    MBBS

    SMS MC, Jaipur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    153

    MBBS

    SP MC, Bikaner
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    154

    MBBS

    RNT MC, Udaipur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    155

    MBBS

    GMC, Kota.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    156

    MBBS

    Chengalpattu MC, Chengalpattu.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    157

    MBBS

    Coimbatore MC, Coimbatore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    158

    MBBS

    Kilpauk MC, Kilpauk.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    159

    MBBS

    Madras MC, Chennai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    160

    MBBS

    Madurai MC, Maduari.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    161

    MBBS

    Stanley MC, Chennai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    162

    MBBS

    Thanjavur MC, Thanjavur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    163

    MBBS

    Tirunelveli MC, Tirunelveli.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    164

    MBBS

    Govt. MKMM MC, Salem.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    165

    MBBS

    KAPVG MC, Trichy
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    166

    MBBS

    TGMC, Tuticorin.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    167

    MBBS

    KGMC, Asaripallam.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    168

    MBBS

    GVMC, Vellore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    169

    MBBS

    Theni MC, Theni.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    170

    MBBS

    GDMC, Dharmapuri.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    171

    MBBS

    GMC, Thiruvarur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    172

    MBBS

    GMC, Villupuram.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    173

    MBBS

    AGMC, Agartala.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    174

    MBBS

    GG MSR, Srinagar
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    178

    MBBS

    UT FHTMC, Haldwani.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    179

    MBBS

    BRD MC, Gorakhpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    180

    MBBS

    GSV Memorial MC, Kanpur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    181

    MBBS

    CSM Medical University, Lucknow.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    182

    MBBS

    LLR Memorial MC, Meerut.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    183

    MBBS

    Maharani Lakhsmi Bai MC, Jhansi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    184

    MBBS

    MLN MC, Allahabad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    185

    MBBS

    SN MC, Agra.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    186

    MBBS

    RIMSR, Safai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    187

    MBBS

    IMS-BHU, Varanasi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    188

    MBBS

    BMS MC, Bankura.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    189

    MBBS

    Burdwan MC, Burdwan.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    190

    MBBS

    Kolkata National MC, Kolkata.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    191

    MBBS

    MC, Kolkatta.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    192

    MBBS

    NRS MC, Kolkatta.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    193

    MBBS

    North Bengal MC, Darjeeling.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    194

    MBBS

    RG KAR MC, Kolkatta.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    195

    MBBS

    IPG MER MC, Kolkatta.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    196

    MBBS

    MGMCH, Midnapur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    197

    MBBS

    COMJNM Hospital, Kalyani.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    198

    MBBS

    Regional Dental College, Guwahati.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    199

    MBBS

    PDCH, Patna.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    200

    MBBS

    Govt. DC, Raipur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    201

    MBBS

    Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    202

    MBBS

    ESIC DCH, New Delhi.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    203

    MBBS

    Goa DC, Goa.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    204

    MBBS

    GDCH, Ahmedabad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    205

    MBBS

    GDCH, Jamnagar.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    206

    MBBS

    PT BDSDC, Rohtak.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    207

    MBBS

    GMC, Shimla.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    208

    MBBS

    GDC, Bangalore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    209

    MBBS

    GDCRI, Bellary.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    210

    MBBS

    GDC, Calicut.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    211

    MBBS

    GDC, Trivandrum.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    212

    MBBS

    GDC, Kottayam.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    213

    MBBS

    College of Dentistry, Indore.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    214

    MBBS

    GDCH, Aurangabad.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    215

    MBBS

    GDCH, Mumbai
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    216

    MBBS

    GDC, Nagpur
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    217

    MBBS

    Nair Dental College, Mumbai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    218

    MBBS

    SCB MC-Dental, Cuttack.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    219

    MBBS

    MGDC, Puducherry.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    220

    MBBS

    PB GDC, Amritsar.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    221

    MBBS

    GDC, Patiala.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    222

    MBBS

    GDCH, Jaipur.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    223

    MBBS

    TNGDC, Chennai.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    224

    MBBS

    FDS-CSMMU, Lucknow.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    225

    MBBS

    R.Ahmed DCH, Kolkatta.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    226

    MBBS

    North Bengal DC, Darjeeling.
    AIPMT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    227

    BL

    NLSIU, Bangalore
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    228

    BL

    NALSAR, Hyderabad.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    229

    BL

    NLIU, Bhopal.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    229

    BL

    WBNOJS, Kolkata.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    230

    BL

    NLU, Jodhpur.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    231

    BL

    HNLU, Raipur.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    232

    BL

    GNLU, Gandhinagar.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    233

    BL

    RMLNLU, Lucknow.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    234

    BL

    RGNLU, Patiala.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    235

    BL

    CNLU, Patna.
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    236

    BL

    NUALS, Cochi
    CLAT
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    228
    B.B.A.
    M.A. (Integrated 5 years):
    English, History, Economics, Geography and Psychology.

    Central University of Karnataka.
    CUCET
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    229

    M.A. (Integrated 5 years) Programme:
    Mass communication, Business Administration, Indigenous Culture.
    M.Sc. (Integrated 5 years) Programme:
    Applied Maths, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, and Life Sciences.
    M.Tech. (Integrated 5 years) Programme:
    Nano Technology, Water Engg. & Management, and Integrated Energy Engg.

    Central University of Jharkhand.
    CUCET
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    230
    M.Sc. (Integrated 5 years) Programme:
    Life Sciences, Maths, Physics, Economics, and Chemistry.
    Central University of Tamilnadu.
    CUCET
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    231
    B.A. L.L.B. (Integrated 5 years):
    Central University of Kashmir.
    CUCET
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

    232
    B.Tech. (4 years)
    Indian Maritime University, Chennai.
    IIT-JEE
    (i) Hindi &
    (ii) English.

    (i) Hindi,
    (ii) English &
    (iii) Regional language.

  8. donesgeorge says:

    From
    G. Dones George,

    Sub: Filing Public Interest Litigation (PIL) at Madras High Court for conducting all national entrance exams 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 (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 bi-lingual 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.
    Gujarati Sahitya Parishad (GSP), 105 years old Gujarati Literary Organization has filed a PIL in Gujarat High Court on September 20, 2011 for conducting all national entrance exams for UG courses such as BE, MBBS, BL, BA, BCom, BSc,……..etc. Gujarat High Court has sought Centre response on October 20, 2011.

    1.All national entrance exams (for UG Courses) 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 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.
    (11)In Punjab, students are studying 12th standard in Punjabi language.

    If the questions are in Bi-Lingual Format (BLF) such as Hindi and English, it will be discrimination for the 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.
    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 Higher Secondary Course 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

  9. donesgeorge says:

    UPSC aspirants can now choose Indian languages for interview
    PTI Jul 12, 2011, 10.07am IST

    MUMBAI: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has informed the Bombay high court that candidates, who opt for an Indian language medium (other than Hindi) for the written Civil Services exam, can henceforth either choose the same Indian language, English or Hindi for the interview.

    Similarly, even those candidates, who give the main exam in English, can now choose English, Hindi or any other Indian language for the interview, opted by them for the compulsory Indian language paper in the written part of the test, UPSC said, in an affidavit, recently.

    The affidavit was submitted in response to a PIL filed by IAS aspirant Chittaranjan Kumar, challenging the existing rule that requires a candidate to give the interview in English, if he had appeared for the main examination in that language.

    The candidates, who are, as per the present policy, exempted from the compulsory Indian language paper, will have to appear for the interview in English or Hindi only, the affidavit said, adding that these were the recommendations submitted by an expert committee, formed specially to look into the issue.

    The recommendations had been accepted by the UPSC and forwarded to the Government with a request to send comments or observations. After hearing from the government, the UPSC would incorporate the necessary changes and implement them, the court was told.

    Accordingly, Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice GS Godbole disposed of the petition.

    Kumar, who appeared for the written part of the 2008 civil services examination in English, wanted to give the interview in Hindi.

    Earlier, the High Court had approved the committee of experts appointed by the UPSC to review the impugned rule and file a report by June 23.

    The PIL argued that if the existing rule is changed, the candidates appearing for Civil Services examination shall get an opportunity to speak in their own language in which they feel comfortable at the time of interview and thus score more marks in the oral test.

    This way, students from the grassroots level will grab more seats by securing higher rank and break the tradition of elites getting into the civil service, the PIL argued.

    The PIL contended that impugned rule was pro-rich and anti-poor. It said the interviewers should judge a candidate on the basis of his or her personality and not on the basis of speaking English.

    The existing rule violates fundamental rights under the constitution and is also against public policy of the nation, the PIL argued.

    UPSC interviews in regional languages
    By: Parth Satam Date: 2011-07-14 Place: Pune

    Getting selected to the elite bureaucratic circles of the country might just get easier for lakhs of aspirants in the country. All over the country, civil service candidates can now appear for their personality test interview in any recognized regional language of their choice.

    In response to a PIL filed by civil services aspirant Chittaranjan Kumar in the Bombay High Court in 2008, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) filed an affidavit in the high court stating interviews would be conducted in official Indian regional languages besides Hindi and English.

    The UPSC interview, which is the final leg of selection after an exhaustive series of written exams, is considered to be one of the most challenging in the country. Candidates are then selected for various services like Indian Foreign Service, Indian Administrative Service, and Indian Police Service, among others. Two written exams, the preliminary and the mains, are first held after which candidates proceed to the interview stage.

    The UPSC already had a provision for candidates to appear for written exams in any officially recognized regional language. The new rule will make it easier for students from various states since they can now interact with the interviewers in their mother tongue.

    ‘Don’t make English compulsory at UPSC’
    TNN Aug 3, 2011, 09.54pm IST

    PATNA: The Antar Rashtriya Hindi Parishad here on Wednesday protested against making it compulsory to secure at least 30% marks in English at the preliminary test (PT) for the Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission ( UPSC).

    Parishad’s general secretary Birendra Kumar Yadav, who is also a member of the Hindi advisory committee to the ministry of external affairs, urged the prime minister to intervene in the matter. He said that the move on English would affect the prospects of a majority of Hindi and other Indian languages-speaking candidates in the Civil Services Examination.

  10. donesgeorge says:

    Sahitya Parishad demands entrance tests in Gujarati
    TNN Sep 21, 2011, 03.47am IST

    AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat high court on Monday issued a notice to the Centre, state government and various authorities conducting entrance tests asking them whether they can conduct tests in vernacular languages too.

    The high court (HC) acted on a PIL filed by the Gujarati Sahitya Parishad, which has sought directions to the institutions like Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and the department of higher education, New Delhi to introduce Gujarati, which is a scheduled language, in the upcoming tests for the professional courses like engineering, medical, law and architecture.

    The 105-year-old literary body has moved any court for the first time demanding relief for public interest. With Sahitya Parishad, known men of letters like Raghuveer Chaudhary, Niranjan Bhagat and Vinod Bhatt have also joined as parties in this litigation.

    The petitioners have stated that it has been getting requests from parents of students studying in remote villages and also urban poor, who are being educated in their mother tongue. The entrance tests like Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), All India Engineering Entrance Examination, All India Pre-Medical Test, Common Law Admission Test, National Aptitude Test in Architecture and Chartered Accountant Common Proficiency Test are conducted only in English and Hindi. Hence those students studying in Gujarati cannot perform well in such tests.

    The PIL contends that this loss in not confined to individuals, but this is an obvious and grave national loss. If this situation continues to prevail, the regional languages will cease to exist, as medium of education too is very essential in promoting regional culture. The petitioner argued that UPSC already offers option of regional languages in competitive exams.

    Not giving an option of the language in which the students have studied violates constitutional rights of students, for this is nothing but a clear violation of principle of equality. A bench headed by acting Chief Justice A L Dave issued notice to concerned authorities and kept further hearing on October 20.

  11. donesgeorge 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.

  12. kuldeep singh says:

    PRIVATE COLLEGES ARE THREATENING MCI TO DROP ITS DECISION OF HOLDING NEET http://saraswatastar.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/common-test-for-mbbs-course-has-colleges-varsities-up-in-arms/

    • John says:

      I can’t understand 1 thing ki yeh mci medical colleges ko chalati hai ya medical colleger mci ko ?

      • VIJAY M KIRI says:

        Are yaar MCI chal hi nahi raha hai.Unki Website is ka saboot hai!!!.Shayad May 2012 me Jagenga aur chalega.Aur tab tak hamlog hamara frustration Career Mitra ke blogs me nikalte rahenge aur woh TAMASHA dekhenga!!!!

      • Y Das says:

        To all MCI officials bussy in celebrating Deepawali at home …!!!!

        Very Very Happay Deepawali to You & your family!!!!
        Did you ever thought of Medical aspirants Deepawali in April-May 2012!!!
        At least think after celebrating Deepawali & Next working day in office….!!!!
        What Happened to Supreme court order & MCI decision?????
        Declare NEET-UG in 2012/2013/2014/2015…………..?

    • Y Das says:

      I think MCI will take the final decision only after December 21, 2012.

      What the Mayans did say is that the world as we have known it will enter a time of change on this date and that the December 21, 2012 date is the end of the 13-baktun cycle in the Mayan Long Count calendar, which in Mayan philosophy equals one World Age.

  13. kumar says:

    Hello Game changer
    At least you write your post pls dont pause your comment anyway u r feeling good regarding pg test negative news. but pls wait till october end most probably something will come officialy on MCI web site.

    Actually IN UG test taking authority CBSE & MCI both are ready almost problem sorted out,not even a single state PMT including BHU have declared date it shoud br happen in 2012 this is my view .

    however thing which is going in your favour that big FISH in coaching like ALLEN KOTA , AAkash Delhi & carrier point kota still taking test as old aipmt pattern this somewhat give little anexity to me.

  14. Subhankar says:

    Wat the hell is going on??!! What about our future!

  15. the game changer says:

    I BET NEET UG WILL ALSO MEET SAME FATE…….

  16. Razibul says:

    Ok then the final shock regarding NEET PG is at last out…check here http://financialexpress.com/mobile_story.php?storyId=862232

  17. Subhankar says:

    Wtf? What about our future? No one is bothering,neither MCI, nor prvt colleges…!

  18. Subhankar says:

    Everything is fine and final about NEET. Now hope the syllabus will be good and acceptable to everyone… Hope that they will publish it within this october..

  19. Subhankar says:

    Thanks a lot to career mitra, thanx kumar for this news….

  20. KUMAR says:

    Heolo Game Changer
    How are u so now u pls read news which i posted & should acknowldge that neet is going to be in 2012 either it is good bad but now no dout in my mind that it will be in 201

  21. KUMAR says:

    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/MCI-halts-negative-marking-system/861372/

    MCI halts negative marking system
    Students can breathe a sigh of relief with the decision of the Medical Council of India (MCI) to do away with the system of negative marking from the proposed National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), to be conducted from 2012 onwards. The decision was taken at a meeting of Union Health Ministry officials, MCI and other stakeholders on Monday evening in New Delhi.

    Rajiv Yervadekar, member, MCI board of governors, said, “At the meeting, it was decided that negative marking will be done away with as earlier decided by the National Board of Examinations. Instead, the percentile system of marking will be introduced for all medical colleges governed by MCI. Also for some states, question papers are likely to be printed in the vernacular language, although the final decision is yet to be taken.” The details of all new decisions will be hosted on the MCI website in a day or two, added Yervadekar

  22. kumar says:

    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/MCI-to-modify-NEET-syllabus/861410/

    MCI TO MDIFY SYLLABUS
    The Medical Council of India (MCI) has decided to make modifications in the syllabus of the proposed National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) after objections were raised by states including Maharashtra. Activists in Pune have been pressing for modifications in the syllabus. The decision was taken at a joint meeting of the MCI, Central Board of Secondary Education and the Union health ministry on Monday.

    Rajiv Yervadekar, member, MCI’s board of governors, said, “After suggestions and objections were recieved by MCI on the proposed NEET syllabus, it has now been decided that certain modifications will be included before the final syllabus is put up on the website in the next few days. Though how much and what will be changed can not be disclosed right now.”

    He further added the exam is likely to be conducted in April-May 2012 and MCI is fully prepared to go ahead with the exam. The examination paper will have 180 questions with 45 questions each in physics and chemistry and 90 in biology. As per the percentile system that is being introduced for the first time, a student will now be able to score more marks for a correct answer for a difficult question

  23. The students who are preparing themselves in vernacular for one and half year, how will they prepare for neet ug 2012 in English within 6 months where their board exam will be in vernacular? If a student from bengali medium may have good knowledge in English, though he will take more time to understand the English medium questions of physics, chemistry and especially biology. In a competitive exam. time is a very important factor. Again a student of vernacular language may not understand some questions at all as the scientific terms are different in English and Hindi. The students of same standard in vernacular will be looser. Because they have not sufficient time in their hand to adjust the situation. In 2013 and 2014 onwards I think the students of state language also will prepare themselves well. MCI’s decision regarding the language of question is injustice to the students of state language especially who have to also prepare themselves in vernacular medium for +2 board Exam.

  24. Subhankar says:

    Then what about the students following other vernacular versions? It is not about literature dat knowing HINDI or ENGLISH well a student can answer all the questions. It is SCIENCE. Minimum 1 or 2yrs should have been given to State boards to start over english version. In WEST BENGAL,very few students are from CBSE board and english medium schools….. It will be a great injustice for the students following bengali version and appearing for board exam of xii,who are Maximum in number…..

  25. yadav says:

    Going ahead with NEET UG irrespective of objections from many states should be prevented by our political leaders.MCI should not be allowed to play with the future of our bright students and cause lot of mental agony.out of the frustration and the mental tension created by starting NEET without sufficient advance notice and preparations, we do not know what all things our bright students will be forced to do.
    They must start NEET SS or NEET PG before starting with UG. For PG & superspeciality the sylabus is already uniform allover India and the number of candidates are less . Depending on the advantages and experience gained out of NEET PG & NEET SS , they can go ahead with NEET UG and by the time all states will get sufficient time to alter the sylabus and the poor students can prepare for it without going to costly coaching classes.

  26. supradip says:

    i am a student from west bengal and from bengali medium school … i can understand english language well … but the poor students from the villages cann’t do so … but they have the wright to became a doctor in future … the decision just gives a advantage to the students of hindi and english medium school and this is totally unfair for those students from village or belongs poor family background … this is cruel decision

    • i completely agree with you supradip and i really sad for those students..wbjee medical was the only hope for them..now with that gone they are gonna have a hard time..nevertheless we have our future to worry about and that is a major task in our hands..we cant do anything for the since THE HONOURABLE MCI MEMBERS…have decided and we are just to follow what they do…

  27. kumar says:

    hello srikanth
    In looking developement so far for neet, what is your personal opinion about neet will be in 2012

  28. Subhankar says:

    How many students in india actually follow english medium? It will badly affect the students who r in vernacular medium. Being a doctor – will remain as a dream for the rural students who deserves it. The question is, 1.WHY HINDI??
    2. If HINDI, WHY NOT IN BENGALI,GUJRATI, n ALL VERNACULAR MEDIUM?
    It is a selfish act by MCI that will give advantage only to a few students of CBSE. go to hell MCI.

    • Choton says:

      May be because Hindi is our one and only NATIONAL LANGUAGE. And English is a foreign language for us.

      • THE GAME CHANGER says:

        CHOTON, INDIA IS A COUNTRY WHERE ONLY 34% PEOPLE SPEAK HIHDI. INDIA HAS NO NATIONAL LANGUAGE. HINDI ALONG WITH ENGLISH IS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF INDIA.

    • B K GUPTA says:

      This may be noted that any higher level exams are being conducted in English or Rashtra Bhasha Hindi. Therefore, To conduct the exam in regional language will be difficult for MCI. In my opinion , I simply ask what is the percentage of students of Gujarat or Karnatka who write GUJCET or CET Entrance in regional language and got qualify. It is very very negligible. In my Opinion to conduct the exam in regional language can be a simply basis of argument for not conducting the NEET.Let us allow MCI to conduct NEET-2012 so that lot of corrupt practices adopted by Pvt Medical colleges can be put on stopped.

      • donesgeorge says:

        It is highly wrong to say that NEET should be conducted in only Hindi and English.
        1. National Talent Search Examination is conducted in 11 regional languages (Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Oriya, Gujarati, Punjabi, Assamese, Bengali, Marathi and Manipuri) plus Hindi and English.
        2. Railway exams are conducted in 22 languages officially recognised by the 8th schedule of the constitution of India.
        3. IAS exams are conducted in 22 languages officially recognised by the 8th schedule of the constitution of India.
        4. Hindi is not a national language, it is a official language of India.
        It is possible for MCI to conduct NEET in all State official languages. But ti will not do. Because it simply wanted to reduce the competition and wanted only to distributes the seats to Hindians and Anglicans favour,. But it will collect the taxes from all pepole.

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