AP To Approach High Court To Defer NEET

Andhra Pradesh will not go to supreme court to urge for deferring NEET UG; instead the state will approach high court (via). The decision has been taken after the recent hearing of similar case where SC advised Maharashtra to approach high court. AP believes the state has distinct rules to amend before it nods for the common medical entrance test and offer 15% of seats under combined pool quota (national level). The current syllabus taught for intermediate students defer with the NCERT prepared NEET UG syllabus said D.L Ravindra Reddy the health minister of the state to sources.

AP first wants to insist syllabus make over for it’s intermediate students to comply with NEET UG syllabus; though language is another concern the state is worried about. Earlier news was around that NEET UG will be adopted by Andhra Pradesh, the state now wants to show a sigh of concern to it’s regional medium students and believes they might find it hard to take the test in English or Hindi. AP now falls back on high court, health minister will file petition on Monday.

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142 comments on “AP To Approach High Court To Defer NEET

  1. Dinesh Kumar says:

    THIS IS A CRYSTAL CLEAR REPORT WHY NEET IS BEING OPPOSED BY SOME STATES. THE CRUX OF THE MATTER IS THAT ALL THESE POLITICIANS ARE CORRUPT AND FOR GETTING MONEY FROM THE PRIVATE COLLEGE MGMTS, THEY STOOP TO THE LEVEL OF BETRAYING THEIR OWN PEOPLE & MERITED STUDENTS. UNFORTUNATELY, SOME STUDENTS ARE MISLEAD AND MAKE TO BELIEVE THAT NEET WOULD BE HARMFUL TO THEM ALSO. NEET IS A BOON AND BLESSING IN DISGUISE TO ALL STUDENTS.
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    Report in DC 22/11/2011 “Volte-Face on Entrance Test.

    It was the BJP government in Karnataka that proposed the single entrance test for medical admission three years ago following complaints that multiple exams for entrance to the medical course created unnecessary pressure on students. But now, the state has changed its mind and has decided to oppose the single National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)-Under Graduate (UG), proposed by the Medical Council of India (MCI) for admission to the MBBS course. The reason for the volte face is said to be pressure from private colleges who make a pretty penny out of the present system.

    Most of the medical colleges in the state are owned by people close political heavy weights, and they fear their colleges will incur heavy losses if MCI scraps the multiple admission tests. Following pressure from students and parents, MCI decided to introduce the NEET-UG last year, but deferred it by a year following requests form several States, including Karnataka, that they needed time to implement the test.

    But now the State government has decided to oppose the NEET-UG and approach the Supreme Court in this regard. According to sources in the medical education department, the decision to oppose the NEET-UG has been taken at a time when the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) is all set to launch a special coaching programme for candidates applying for medial colleges in the State. is this for NEET? They attribute the sudden change in the decision to pressure from private medical colleges. Not clear how the coaching classes and the pressure from private colleges are related. If they are not then delete para

    It is obvious from the sequence of events that extraneous influences are behind the change in the government’s stand. Speaking to this newspaper, a senior officer of the medical education department said that on November 16, higher education minister Dr V.S. Acharya himself praised the concept of NEET-UG at a KEA meeting and had suggested that a special training programme for State students be launched to ensure a level playing field. Medical Education Minister S.A. Ramadas, who was present at the meeting, endorsed Dr Acharya’s opinion. But two days later, Dr Acharya was forced to backtrack.

    “When MCI requested the States to send feedback to the draft NEET-UG curriculum in the month of August, the State government as well as the RGUHS did not respond. Now government is using the same to defend its opposition to the NEET-UG. If the State government was serious about implementing NEET-UG it would have sent its feed back to the draft curriculum,” stated a senior officer of the medical education department.

    Should MCI go ahead with the NEET-UG, private colleges and deemed universities fear huge revenue losses because, not surprisingly, graft is at the bottom of this system like all others. “Presently seats are blocked and sold in private colleges. Malpractice is common in the admission tests. Every seat is fetching more than Rs 1 crore to the college management. So, no one wants reforms in the admission test,” the official quoted above explained.
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  2. Prince says:

    @ dr. prachi and dr. akashay

    No all-India PG med
    admission test in ’12
    NEW DELHI : The Central government has decided not to
    hold the common entrance test
    for postgraduate medical
    courses next year, as proposed
    earlier, citing lack of resources
    and expertise needed for conducting such a huge exercise
    nationwide. The National Eligibility Entrance
    Test will be held only in 2013.
    “In view of the lack of resources,
    we have decided that the test
    will be held in 2013, and the
    National Board for Examination will be roped in to conduct the
    test. It will strengthen its own
    resources and infrastructure.
    Now it does not have the
    capability for holding the exam,”
    Health Secretary P.K. Pradhan said on October 19. The test was scheduled for
    January-February for admissions
    during 2012-2013. The Medical Council of India had
    earlier planned to hold a
    common entrance examination
    for postgraduate and super-
    speciality courses in 2012. Talks
    were on to finalise the institution that will hold the test. MCI sources had said that
    discussions were underway to
    assign AIIMS to conduct the
    entrance test for its
    postgraduate courses, as well as
    those for other medical institutes like PGIMER Chandigarh, JIPMER
    Puducherry, CMC Vellore, AFMC
    Pune and King George’s Medical
    University Lucknow. At present these institutions hold
    their own entrance examination
    for postgraduate medical
    courses.

  3. Prince says:

    yeeeppppiiiiieeeeee…..!!!!!!

    CBSE announces NEET date, its on May 13
    NEW DELHI : The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced on November 17
    that the country’s first common medical entrance
    test, called National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test
    (NEET), will be held on May 13, 2012, signalling
    Centre’s intention to go ahead with the plan
    despite opposition from some states and private medical colleges. The CBSE said the three-hour NEET would have a
    single paper with 180 objective-type questions
    in physics, chemistry and biology. The questions
    will be answered on a gradable sheet using ball-
    point pens only. Each question will carry four
    marks, will have four options and a single correct answer, the central education board said. The Medical Council of India had two years ago
    proposed a single entrance test for around
    32,000 undergraduate seats for MBBS in the
    country. The MCI has argued that the test would introduce
    uniform entrance standards and ease the burden
    on students who have to appear for multiple
    examinations now. The MCI has made it clear that the common test
    will not, in any way, alter admissions based on
    reservations, state quotas or private college
    quotas. Some states — among them Tamil Nadu, Bihar
    and Uttar Pradesh — do not want a common
    medical entrance test. The test will have the backing of the Ministry of
    Health and the Medical Council of India (MCI) and
    would include all private and government
    medical colleges in the country. There are about
    300 medical colleges in the country out of which
    about 180 are private. Approximately 8 lakh students take UG medical
    entrance tests every year but they sit for
    different tests, including the All India PMT
    conducted by the CBSE and various state-level
    medical entrance tests. According to the latest
    decision the CBSE will hold one, all-encompassing admission test for all medical colleges in the
    country. Earlier Tamil Nadu had opposed the move and
    secured a stay on it from the High Court. The
    Health Ministry subsequently asked the MCI to
    withdraw the common entrance test notification
    but the Supreme Court told the MCI to go ahead.
    At the latest meeting which Health Secretary attended, the view was that state governments
    would be roped in to build a consensus on the
    matter. The MCI has put up draft syllabus of the proposed test prepared by the National Council of
    Education, Research and Training (NCERT) inviting
    comments from state-holders. It will be up on the
    MCI website for comments till August 11.

    • BABA says:

      Sans CET, med degrees in jeopardy Nov 18, 2011, 07.09AM IST TNN KOLKATA: If the Bengal government refuses to
      accept the pan-India Common Entrance Test (CET)
      to medical colleges, then it runs the risk of messing
      up the future of all those students who will take
      admission in the MBBS course this year in state-run
      medical colleges. “There is a possibility that MBBS degrees will be
      derecognized by the Medical Council of India if any
      state refuses to agree to CET,” said Ashok Kumar
      Gupta, member of MCI’s board of governors. “The centre is still in discussions with CBSE which is
      conducting CET in 2012, requesting them to
      prepare question papers in other regional
      languages apart from English and Hindi,” he added. The Bengal government is still hoping for CET
      questions to be set in Bengali as well, but the
      possibility looks bleak. A source in CBSE said, “It will be impossible to
      prepare question papers in regional languages. We
      are running short of time. Moreover, there is no
      mechanism that can translate a question paper
      prepared in English into other languages instantly.” The stalemate has put thousands of students in a
      dilemma. The only way CET can be delayed by another year is
      if the Supreme Court so directs, said a source. “One
      of the possible ways to delay CET and get relief for
      at least another year is if many states appeal before
      the SC,” said a senior official of the higher education
      department. “It was a Supreme Court order that had asked MCI to hold a common medical entrance
      across the country. We only followed its orders.
      Though the order was given in 2009, it took us
      three years to hold the test since CBSE had agreed
      to conduct the exam this time. Earlier, no executing
      agencies were found,” Gupta said. At the CET symposium held by The Bengal Chamber
      of Commerce and Industry, city educationists and
      physicians showed their grave concern over the
      future of students hanging amidst the dilly-dallying
      between the state and centre. “The MCI has published a final syllabus which has
      been prepared in consultation with experts and
      advisors who have studied the syllabi of various
      boards across the country and then gave their
      suggestions,” informed Gupta. Bengal’s state board students have to cope with the
      CBSE syllabus as well. Bhaskar Gupta, chairman of West Bengal Joint
      Entrance Examination (WBJEE) Board said that there
      are “glaring differences” in the two syllabi. “The syllabus prepared by CBSE mainly follows the
      books of National Council for Educational Research
      and Training (NCERT). The syllabus of West Bengal
      Higher Secondary Council (WBHSC) is very different
      from them. Till now, WBJEE questions followed the
      WBHSC syllabus. In case the state government agrees to CET, we will have to study two different
      syllabi – one for CET and the other for appearing in
      higher secondary examinations. It will create a
      mess,” said a student at the symposium. “I would suggest that students start preparing for
      CET and not wait for the state to hold medical joint
      entrance examination. The dilemma is only
      worsening the plight of students. Another loss of
      seven days means losing out on valuable time,”
      said an MCI member. On Wednesday, education minister Bratya Basu had
      said that chief minister Mamata Banerjee will send a
      letter to the centre to prepare question papers of
      CET in Bengali. Many experts agree that more time
      should have been given to the state before medical
      joint entrance examination was handed over to the Centre.

  4. BABA says:

    17 November 2011, Poongothai Aladi Aruna Entrance test NEET The objectives behind the National Eligibility-cum-
    Common Entrance Test (NEET) are to set up a
    uniform standard for basic medical education, by
    including nearly 15 per cent of the State’s medical
    seats, both private and government, under a single
    umbrella, disallowing students from appearing for a number of entrance exams in order to save time,
    energy and money. Premier institutions like the All
    India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and a
    management quota have not been included under
    the NEET. Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra
    Pradesh have opposed the system because they have a well-established and acceptable selection
    process. As the medical education system is a State
    subject, most States feel it is an infringement on
    their federal rights. Certain political observers feel
    that the NEET is an indirect way of diluting the
    reservation system that has been implemented following the Mandal Commission’s
    recommendations. The NKC suggests that in the current selection
    process most graduates are unlikely to serve in the
    rural areas as they come from the privileged
    sections. The commission also indicates that
    “merit” is a reason conjured to maintain the
    privileges within the upper crust of society.
    AB KOI HAI JO YE KAH DE KI NEET HO SAKTA HAI

    • BABA says:

      TIME OF INDIA SHOW OLD NEWS .
      Common Medical entrance on May 13 next year Nov 18, 2011, 02.56AM IST TNN NEW DELHI: Central Board of Secondary Education
      (CBSE) will be conducting the first common medical
      entrance test – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
      (NEET) – on May 13 next year. NEET will be a
      common test for class XII students aspiring to take
      admission in different medical colleges including the private ones. The Medical Council of India had entrusted CBSE
      with the responsibility of conducting the test. NEET
      will consist of one paper containing 180 objective-
      type questions on physics, chemistry and biology
      to be answered using ball-point pen on a specially-
      designed machine-gradable sheet. The duration of the test would be three hours and each question
      will carry four marks.

  5. BABA says:

    maine kai din aur kai raat jag kar es method ko develop kiya hai.
    The first condition of this method is
    You want need complete your course minimum two time than you able to follow this method .
    Dear friends its very success and secret method so main es blog per to nahi bata sakta . Aur method ko samajhane ke liye pura ek din chahiye main Yahan batao to bhi samajh nahi paooge . Method ko samajhne main thodi bhi galti nahi hooni chahiye.
    So I will say that you want need to complete your course 2 time than I will you in delhi in hotal to discuss about this method .

  6. Prince says:

    gudnit frnzzz…..
    Aaj chemistry in every day life ne dimag chat liya… Ab nind aa rahi hai…
    Byeeeeeee…….!!!!!!!!

  7. the game changer says:

    BABA BHAI KYA TAREEKA HAI HUME BHI TO BATAO ………. WAISE BHI STATES ALAG HAI COMPETE BHI ALAG HI KARENGE ……….

  8. Prince says:

    khurmat A-R book nahi mili…
    @ baba…
    Yaar avi koi planing karne ka samay nahi hai… Bas padhte chale jana hai…
    Neet will b tougher than aipmt as whole country is appering now…

  9. BABA says:

    nahi game
    MUJHE COACHING KI NAHI . COACHING KO MERI JAROORAT HAI . DUE TO MY PAST RESULT IN
    AIPMT , AIIMS , JIPMER , BHU, MANIPAL
    I DEVELOPED A SUCCESS METHOD FOR OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS PAPER

  10. BABA says:

    nahi game
    MUJHE COACHING KI NAHI . COACHING KO MERI JAROORAT HAI . DUE TO MY PAST RESULT IN
    AIPMT , AIIMS , JIPMER , BHU, MANIPAL
    I DEVELOPED A SUCCESS METHOD OF OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS PAPER

  11. Prince says:

    @ game changer…
    No dude i m not taking any coaching… I belive on self study…
    I m preparing from munger bihar which is nearly rural area…
    Ncert language is tough.. So better to go for good refrence books…
    And one more thing no need to compare ur result from allen or other coaching institute…
    Complete ur syllabus and u will surely get rank in neet…
    Ye coaching institutes sirf paisa loot te hain aur kuchh nahi.. Inke chakkar me padoge to rank to dur ki baat hai qualify v nahi kar paoge….

    • the game changer says:

      SAHI KAHA PRINCE BHAI ……… ALLEN KA BADA NAAM SUNA THA PAR ISKE PACKAGE DEKH KE LAGTA NAHIN HAI KI YEH ITNA KHASS HOGA …….. MAIN TO NCERT KA HI ACHE SE PREPARE KARUNGA ……………

      BY THE WAY WHICH REFERENCE BOOKS ARE YOU USING AND DID U FIND KHURMAT ASSERTION AND REASON BOOK ………. MUJHE NAHIN MILI…….

  12. BABA says:

    Subhankar child how many time complete physics chemistry biology course by you.

    • Subhankar says:

      BABA,
      Biology mein clsfctn, tissue n mrphology, digestion absorptn, biomolecules, cell n fuctn,cell div., morphology of plants,..
      Phy.,chem.mein zyada nehi hua, still 55-60% cmplt karna hein..
      How much did u cmplete,bro? Um vry tensed about Wbjee, coz it has diffrnt pattern of qstn paper n sylbs than aimpt or hone wala neet..

    • BABA says:

      for all
      HOW YOU PREPARING OF MEDICAL ENTRANE EXAMINATION . Discuss with me.

    • BABA says:

      prince
      Witch step you use in physics chemistry biology course for good rank

  13. Subhankar says:

    Wow I like dis blog so much now. Everyone here being competitors, became like frndz…. Nd no more old fi8ings..vry gd.

  14. BABA says:

    ABSOLUTELY :
    ITS
    200 %
    CORRECT

  15. BABA says:

    YOU WILL READ THIS NEWS IN NEWS PAPER NEXT FEW DAYS.

    • the game changer says:

      KASH APKI BAAT SACH HO JAYE ……….. SALA AUR KITNA WAIT KARENGE …….. PAR SERIOUSLY KYA YEH BAAT SACH HAI……….

  16. the game changer says:

    HEY PRINCE I SUPPOSE U TOO ARE TAKING COACHING …….. CAN U ANSWER MY QUESTIONS WHICH I ASKED TO KUMAR…….. THANX……

    BABA BHAI ALWAYS WELCOME……….

    • BABA says:

      IT IS BREAKING NEWS
      FROM UNDER COVER AGENT
      THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH SCIENCE & HEALTH MINISTER MR. GULAM NABI AZAD SAY NEET IS MAJOR POLICY DECISION.
      HE SAY MANY STATES ARE OPPOSING NEET DUE TO LANGUAGE & SYLLABUS SO NEET NOT POSSIBLE IN 2012.
      MCI WILL NOT REALISE ANY NOTIFICATION ABOUT NEET EXAMINATION . Reply

    • BABA says:

      & MANY STATES HAVE STAY ON NEET . SO NOT POSSIBLE IN 2012.
      CBSE WILL RELEASE AIPMT NOTIFICATION ON 23 NOVEMBER .

    • Prince says:

      @ game changer…
      No dude i m not taking any coaching… I belive on self study…
      I m preparing from munger bihar which is nearly rural area…
      Ncert language is tough.. So better to go for good refrence books…
      And one more thing no need to compare ur result from allen or other coaching institute…
      Complete ur syllabus and u will surely get rank in neet…
      Ye coaching institutes sirf paisa loot te hain aur kuchh nahi.. Inke chakkar me padoge to rank to dur ki baat hai qualify v nahi kar paoge….

  17. Dr.Akshay says:

    Hey can anybody tell me why is the MCI website still displays “NEET PG in januray-february 2012″ . does this reflects MCI current stand on the issue. since its a official website does that means MCI is still trying for NEET PG?

    • BABA says:

      good morning @ game
      I am coming

    • BABA says:

      IT IS BREAKING NEWS
      FROM UNDER COVER AGENT
      THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH SCIENCE & HEALTH MINISTER MR. GULAM NABI AZAD SAY NEET IS MAJOR POLICY DECISION.
      HE SAY MANY STATES ARE OPPOSING NEET DUE TO LANGUAGE & SYLLABUS SO NEET NOT POSSIBLE IN 2012.
      MCI WILL NOT REALISE ANY NOTIFICATION ABOUT NEET EXAMINATION .

  18. the game changer says:

    ANOTHER THING HOPE U DON’T MIND BUT CAN U TELL ME WEATHER U ARE REFERING TO BOOKS OF SOME OTHER INSTITUTE BECAUSE I FEEL ALLEN BOOKS HAVE TOO MUCH OF UNWANTED CONTENT IN THEM…………. PLZ DUDE REPLY MUST…………

  19. the game changer says:

    HEY KUMAR
    I ASSUME U ARE FROM ALLEN INSTITUTE……. I HAVE TAKEN DLP OF ALLEN AND GIVE ONLINE TEST SERIES ……… CAN U TELL ME ABOUT THE RESULTS OF TEST THAT TAKE PLACE IN ALLEN …….. I WANT TO COMPARE MY RESULT WITH THEM ……. I MEAN PLZ TELL ME WHAT IS THE SCORE OF FIRST RANKER……

    • Subhankar says:

      Dude i m taking coaching in aakash instt.n i dnt lyk the bio.study material books. I follow ABC biology,it is a very gd book….. For pmt n wbjee both.. What bio.books do u follow?

  20. the game changer says:

    NEET: a plea for Naidu’s good offices

    STAFF REPORTER
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    SJAC State convener Adari Kishore and other activists presenting a memorandum to TDP president N. Chandarababu Naidu opposing introduction of NEET, in the city on Wednesday.
    Samaikyandhra JAC State convener Adari Kishore Kumar has appealed to Telugu Desam president N. Chandrababu Naidu to ensure that introduction of NEET is postponed in the State by at least two years.

    A delegation of SJAC leaders met Mr. Naidu here on Wednesday and submitted a memorandum opposing the decision to introduce a uniform examination for candidates aspiring to join medical courses in the country.

    They apprised him of the problems the students would face if new syllabus was introduced in the State this year.

    Mr. Naidu said he was also against immediate introduction of NEET in Andhra Pradesh as it would be detrimental to the interests of students from the State. He felt that NEET could be introduced from 2014 and promised to exert pressure on the government in this regard.

  21. Vlj says:

    Karnataka govt…higher educn and med.edu.ministers have agreed to go ahead with neet ….source kannada vijay karnataka

    • Dinesh Kumar says:

      Karnataka Govt’s NOD for NEET was on the cards, especially when the Govt decided to introduce a free coaching camps for medical aspirants aiming to take NEET 2012. I have already written the reasons why karnataka wants to utilise NEET in 2012 in my previous post.

      Now that Karnataka and WB have accepted NEET and Tamilnadu and Gujarat remain silent, its only AP & Maha which are opposing NEET actively. We will have to wait and see the final outcome from their high courts. In AP students are already scurrying for buying NCERT books and in several places photo copies of books are selling like hot cakes.
      APPARENTLY THE OPPOSING STUDENTS HAVE ALREADY GIVEN UP THEIR RESISTANCE WHEN MAHA WAS SHOWN THE DOOR BY SUPREME COURT AND AP BACK TRACKED ON ITS DECISION OF FILING SLP IN SUPREME COURT. THESE STUDENTS OBVIOUSLY HAVE DECIDED TO START THEIR PREPARATION FOR NEET 2012.
      BEST OF LUCK GUYS!!!!

      • the game changer says:

        DUDE SERIOUSLY NEVER HAVE I MET A MAD PERSON LIKE U ……… I DON’T KNOW WHY AM I EVEN REPLYING………. WEST BENGAL HAS NOT AGREED…….. GUJARAT IS NOT SILENT ……. TAMIL NADU HAS BEEN EXEMPTED ……. AND SC SHOWED THE DOOR ……. I MEAN U MUST BE OUT OF YOUR MIND TO WRITE SUCH A THING……. SC COURT ONLY BACKED THEMSELVES FROM TAKING THE DECISION OF NEET …….. THEY WANTED HIGH COURT TO TAKE IT……..

        DUDE SERIOUSLY CONGRATULATIONS THAT NEET WILL BE CONDUCTED AND U WILL BE ABLE TO GET SEAT IN SUCH LESS COMPETENT ENVIRONVENT WHEN SUCH LARGE POPULATION OF INDIA STUDYING IN STATES BOARDS ARE ALREADY OUT OF THE COMPETITION.

        • Dinesh Kumar says:

          Hey GC,
          you are replying obviously b’coz you are unable to digest the truth….and all events going against your wishes and dreams.

          First, pl read this news:
          “http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata/No-end-to-JEE-dilemma/articleshow/10761669.cms”

          WB has accepted NEET and the only issue bothering is QP in Bengali. The news clearly gives a picture that whatever would be the outcome from MCI, WB would definitely take NEET next year. IF it was opposing NEET, it would have gone to the courts already like Maha and AP. Bro these are political games you wont understand, my uncle here is a CPI activist who teaches me politics. So, when we meet someday, I will share some lessons with you :-)
          Since, unfortunately you are on the opposite side, your perception about the events are always opposing my views.

          Tamilnadu has got stay on the old notification (2010) by saying it lacked Central govt approval. But now, the old stay is not valid in view of Centre’s approval, hence the stay will be vacated by the court anytime. This statement was told by an MCI official.
          Gujarat after MCI’s notification has become quiet and most probably would join NEET in 2012.

          Supreme court showed the door, obviously b’coz it was annoyed with Maha which had earlier given its acceptance before the SC when it ordered NEET.

          I hav prepared myself well to face either NEET or AIPMT, since my State has accepted for NEET, there is no question of competing with less capable students. All our students get coached from IX std onwards, which incl State syllabus guys also. In fact, in my State it is going to be tougher with NEET.

          • kumar says:

            Hello Dinesh
            You have written fact nothing wrong I read that artical in times of india, Mamta is buisy to give more pressure on central Govt to relaese special package for bengal even she is not worried about many children are dying due to neglegency of Govt Hospital.

            Second Thing I would like to share Even In ALLEN coaching at kota now feel that CET will be in 13 May Informed by one of owner Brijesh Maheseari in class he said that now you will be having more time for preapration and now focousing more on NCERT Books

          • Subhankar says:

            I wonder why didn’t SC give you the responsibility to conduct neet… ;)

  22. BABA says:

    MCI ने बहुत चमत्कार ( बलत्कार) किये है. MCI कि टीम आने वाले समय मे समुहिक चमत्कार (बलत्कार) करेगी . क्योंकि MCI कि टीम मे एक से बढ़्कर चमत्कारी ( बलत्कारी) व्यक्ति मोजुद है .

  23. BABA says:

    पुरे हिंदुस्तान मे NEET का इतना विरोध होने के बाद भी MCI मान
    नहीं रहा हैं
    पगाल हो गया है मादर चोद .
    MCI सोच रहा है कि अमेरिका , चीन , जपान, रुस , कनाडा , पाकीस्तान , लीबिया , आदि सभी देश भी NEET का विरोध करें तब NEET को निरस्त करने कि सोचेगे ¡

  24. BABA says:

    पुरे हिंदुस्तान मे NEET का इतना विरोध होने के बाद भी MCI मान
    नहीं रहा हैं
    पगाल हो गया है मादर चोद .
    सोच रहा है कि अमेरिका , चीन , जपान, रुस , कनाडा , पाकीस्तान , लीबिया , आदि सभी देश भी NEET का विरोध करें तब NEET को निरस्त करने कि सोचेगे ¡

  25. the game changer says:

    NEET not in interests of State students: vedike

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    The Jai Karnataka Rakshana Vedike on Tuesday accused the State Government of failing to protect the interests of medical aspirants in the State by not obtaining a stay against the decision to conduct the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET).

    Vedike president Arunkumar Patil said that the Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu governments had already obtained a stay against the decision of the Medical Council of India (MCI) to conduct the NEET.

    “States like West Bengal and Gujarat have also filed petitions before the courts seeking a stay on the decision,” he said. Mr Patil said that Karnataka had also not responded to the MCI’s query made by the MCI on the new mode of admission to the medical courses so far.

    The MCI had asked all the state governments to respond with their views on the new mode of admission before August 15 this year.

    Mr. Patil said that the NEET was not in the interests of students in the State.

    “Only those students who have pursued their education in schools following the Central Board of Secondary Education syllabus will benefit from the test,” he said.

    He said most medical aspirants in Karnataka were students of schools following the State board syllabus.

    Mr. Patil led a delegation of vdike members and submitted a memorandum to the Additional Deputy Commissioner Latha Kumari, addressed to the Minister for Medical Education S.A. Ramdas.

    In their memorandum, they said the MCI had given too little time to medical aspirants to study the course material for the NEET.

  26. kumar says:

    Hello G.C.
    I talked today with mci official but he was not a big Authority it sounds from his voice, but he replied that Neet UG 100% will be on 13 may regarding notification I asked then he said we have not yet received for net uploadation as soon we receive we will up load.
    MCI Phones +91-11-25367035

    • D B Sarkar says:

      Today on 16.11.2011 WB Education Minister & CM Mamata Banerjee held a meeting regarding Medical Entrance, expressed their concern for students and forwarded a letter to Central Health Minister to deside within a week with two conditions, either Question paper to be set in Bengali or sate to be allowed its own Medical Entrance.

      • Dinesh Kumar says:

        I agree with Mamata in this issue. MCI & CBSE should relent and offer vernacular language option for the benefit of students studied in local language medium.

      • the game changer says:

        wtf …… THEY ARE STILL DISCUSSING THE ISSUES…….
        BHAI NEET TO NEET HI SAHI PAR NOTIFICATION TO NIKALO….

  27. the game changer says:

    SOME ONE HAD SAID EARLIER THAT HE HAS CONTACTED MCI…….. PLZ IF ANYONE IS HAVING THE NO. OF ANY MCI OFFICIAL THEN PLZ GIVE IT HERE……. IT IS IMPORTANT ………. NO ONE IS GOING TO RAPE THEM ATLEAST NOT LIKE THEY HAVE BEEN DOING………

  28. Subhankar says:

    AIEEE application forms are out….. Wtf z wbjeeb doing?

    • BABA says:

      किस पागल कुते ने सबसे पहले सार्वोच न्यायालय मे जाकर अपनी माँ चूदवायी . जिसकी वजह से हम सब आज बुरी तरह से परेशान है ना हि पढायी कर पा रहै हैं .
      सब कुछ अच्छा चल रहा था .
      अब ना तो NEET का फ़ार्म आ रहा है ना ही aipmt का, state pmt का तो पता नहीं होगी या नहीं .

      मै पूरी तरह से अक्रोशित हू मेरे अंदर गुस्सा भरा पडा हैं अगर जल्दी ही कुछ नहीं किया गया तो मैं MCI स्टाप का कत्ल कर दुंगा .

    • BABA says:

      हर साल सबसे पहले का aipmt फार्म आता था फिर aieee का फार्म आता था लेकिन इस बार तो aieee आ गया लेकिन aipmt का फार्म नहीं आया क्योंकि MCI ने अपनी माँ चूदवायी बीच मे आकर , MCI वाले हरामी साले हमारे केरियर कि माँ चोदने मे लगे हुये हैं MCI खुद भ्र्श्टाचार मे लिप्त है

    • the game changer says:

      BHAI LOG AIPMT NOTIFICATION MONTH KE LAST MEIN AYEGI AUR FORM 2 WEEK OF DECEMBER SE AAYEGA……….. AGAR TAB TAK NEET NOTIFICATION NAHI AYA TO………..
      HOPE FOR THE BEST…….

  29. Prince says:

    Bhai neet ho ya aipmt mai to dono ke liye tayar hoon…..
    Syllabus dona ka same hai….
    But mci has to anounce its decisn soon…
    Plz mci decide in favour of neet…..!!!!

  30. the game changer says:

    HEY SHUBHANKAR ANY NEWS OF WBJEE NOTIFICATION…… PLZ DUDE REPLY

  31. the game changer says:

    HEY SHUBHANKAR ANY NEWS OF WBJEE NOTIFICATION……

    • Subhankar says:

      Gc,
      Nope,bro… Everyday i switch on the tv, tune the news channels n become frustrated that how ignored we are, in the eyes of media,politicians,SC, nd the bullshit MCI,….phew.

  32. rudra pratap singh (rajasthan) says:

    No information on neet till now means it will not happen. already middle of november , it won’t be possible. another thing mci is making fool of students. they have not brought any change in syllabus. human physiology was being removed. why has it been added back and no other portion was removed.
    NEET ONLY POSSIBLE IN 2014.

  33. kumar says:

    Dr.Prachi & Dr.Akashay
    Neet PG is acncelled it will be from 2013 as they did not found authority to coduct test.

  34. the game changer says:

    NEET: State sees positives from Tamil Nadu in its appeal

    R. RAVIKANTH REDDY
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    Determined to get some respite for the State students in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) the Government is studying the grounds on which Tamil Nadu government has decided to stay away from NEET-2012.

    Officials said that team working to challenge NEET in the High Court was asked to obtain the details on which the Tamil Nadu government has declined to participate in NEET and see whether similar arguments can be incorporated in the petition to be filed by the State government in the High Court on Tuesday, most likely.

    The Tamil Nadu government has been arguing that its admissions into engineering and medical courses are not based on any entrance test but on the scores obtained in the 12{+t}{+h} class examinations. Moreover, the reservation system is complex there with 69 per cent of seats reserved and if the NEET is taken admissions may be challenged by some on the ground that not more than 50 per cent reservations can be given for any examination conducted by the Central government.

    Officials said, though these conditions might not hold true for the State, other reasons like lack of time for students for preparation, variation in the syllabus and language of the question paper continue to haunt them. The government will also argue that when Tamil Nadu gets exemption why not Andhra Pradesh? “If it’s a national exam, it should be the same for all the States. We are pinning our hopes on these factors,” an official said. “Another point is medical institutions are State funded unlike the IITs or NITs and State should have a say in their admission procedures.” Interestingly, the Maharashtra government too has argued on similar grounds in its petition in the Supreme Court, which asked it to settle the issue in the State High Court. Officials are also positive for the fact that the Supreme Court, instead of dismissing Maharashtra’s petition, asked it to move the High Court. Gujarat government too argued on the basis of syllabus variation and language of question paper leading to disadvantage of local students.

    AIUMCA plea

    Rajahmundry Staff Reporter adds: The newly-formed All India Un-aided Medical Colleges Association (AIUMCA) has appealed to the State government to go by the recent judgement of the Supreme Court permitting students from Andhra Pradesh not appear for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).

    AIUMCA president Ganni Bhaskar Rao said the court had delivered judgment on November 8 in a case between Dr. Dinesh Kumar and others versus Motilal Nehru Memorial College. The apex court, quoting provisions of the Constitution under Article 371-D, ruled that the students from Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir need not appear in the All India Entrance Examination for admission to MBBS/BDS and postgraduate courses in other States. It quoted its judgment of 1984 in a case between Pradeep Jain and the Union of India.

    According to Dr. Bhaskar Rao, the court also mentioned that the High Courts of the two States shall not pass any order interim or final, for the participation of the students of these two States in the UG or PG seats in the all-India quota in future.

  35. DR AKSHAY says:

    hello !! can anybody update me abt NEET PG exam ?
    qhats the MCI gonna do abt it and what is the reaction of the states on it ……

    • dr.prachi says:

      Yes,I would like to know myself.But today PRAVARA MEDICAL FOR MD/MS forms are out.I have heard that GUJARAT PG forms were out a month ago and COMEDK , CMC VELLORE forms are out too.werent these supposed to be included in NEETPG?

  36. Dinesh Kumar says:

    KERALA A ROLE MODEL 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.

  37. Rahul says:

    Hi friends, can anybody please tell what happened in AP’s HC appeal regarding NEET EXEMPTION on today?!any information guys!

    • the game changer says:

      sahi hai yaar SC mein itna dam kahan ki woh koi faisla le. tamil nadu bhi ap ki tarah jayega hc mein…….
      yaroon pareshan ho gaya hoon aipmt ho yanaat ho kuch bhi hai jaldi batao.

  38. kumar says:

    Bhai Game changer & his follower
    Yar kuchh to likhte raho bhale he MCI ko Gali dete raho, yar jab site open karte hai to pad kar bada sakun milta hai ki kuchh naya comment to hai.

  39. B K GUPTA says:

    Ye sara paisa ka khel hai. Malai income of Pvt Medical collge is going to be closed if NEET Happened. Therefore, they want NEET not to be happened. Powerful politicians who are having control on medical colleges in Karnatka , Maharashtra, Andhra, Gujarat(Sumandeep) are from BJP and Congress. Therefore, both parties do not want NEET to be happened. JAHAN TAK PAISA KA SAWAL HAI WO PARTY NAHI DEKHTA. LET US SEE WHAT MCI AND SC CAN DO ALONE FOR REMOVINGC ORRUPTION IN MEDICAL EDUCATION.

  40. the game changer says:

    sale mci wale double game khel rahe hai………. ek taraf neet ka jaap kar rahe hain aur dusri taraf kehta hain ki aipmt ka notification november end mein ayega.

    aur yeh sala wbjee ka notification kyun nahi aa raha hai.

  41. kumar says:

    Pehale me sochta tha log yanha galiya kyo likhte hai ab lagta hai ki ek sans me jitani bhi yad hai sari galiya MCI and health ministry ko de doo. salo ne majak bana diya hai yar cear to karo ki hum kis ke tayari kare.

  42. sunil says:

    final news – no medical exam this year , mci want 2 relax atleast 4 one year then they think about our future because health minister have not sufficient time for students and sc not understand the prob. of students they only want to play with our future…………….

    shame on u mci , sc , health ministry…..its happened only in india…

  43. the game changer says:

    Too less time for NEET

    SHARE · PRINT · T+
    The MCI announcement of one common entrance test pan India for admission into medical colleges seems to have left students and academicians confused, finds SUMIT BHATTACHARJEE
    The announcement made by the Medical Council of India (MCI) that there shall be one common entrance test (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) pan India for admission into medical colleges, seems to have left students and academicians in a confused state of mind. They feel that it is not the ripe time to enforce NEET, considering the preparation time left and the discrepancies between the State and NCERT syllabus.

    NEET is scheduled to be held on May 13. John Paul, Head of BiPC, Narayana Coaching Centre, “the NEET proposal was announced on October 25 by the MCI and that leaves just three months for our students to prepare for the entrance test. From February, the practical examinations of Intermediate will begin and in March-April we have the Board examination. So we have just November, December and January left to prepare for the NEET. Our students are already tuned to the State syllabus and the EAMCET model, hence three months is a very short period to get tuned to the NCERT model. We are not against NEET, but the ideal time for implementation would be 2013-14, as we would have two years of preparation time.”

    Most the colleges follow the integrated coaching system, wherein the EAMCET model is embedded into the basic Intermediate syllabus. “Starting something different at this level would be extremely difficult for us to cope with. Our mind is tuned to one pattern and taking up a new model at this stage will upset our rhythm,” says Aparna, a second-year BiPC student.

    Syllabus

    The proposed common entrance test is totally based on NCERT (CBSE plus two) syllabus, and there is a huge difference between the State and the Central Board’s syllabus. P.V.R.K. Murthy, Chairman of Sri Gayatri, another premier coaching institute, says, “there is a huge difference in all the three core subjects- Biology, Physics and Chemistry- between the two boards. And we need about 100 to 150 extra periods only to cover the difference. Where is the time?” In Physics, NEET syllabus covers extra topics such as Variable Force, Keplar’s Laws, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Optics (reflection, mirror, eyes and elimination of eye defects) and the chapter of Electrostatics. “The chapters are spread across both the years of basic study, and we need at least 50 periods to teach these chapters,” says Mr. Murthy.

    Though there is not much of a difference between the two syllabuses, the NEET covers extensively the topic of surface chemistry, which is totally missing in the Intermediate and EAMCET syllabus. Topics such as Tyndall effect, Brownian Movement, Electrophoresis and types of emulsions are missing from the state syllabus. “A student would require an additional 25 hours to cover these topics,” says Mr. Murthy. In Biology, the EAMCET and the Intermediate syllabus cover rabbit physiology, whereas the NEET syllabus addresses human physiology. This is a huge difference as far as the subject of biology is concerned. This topic alone caters to 95-100 classes. Moreover, there is also a difference in the topics of plant physiology and biotechnology.

    “In Intermediate and EAMCET syllabus, the basic structure of biotechnology is covered, whereas in the NEET, applications of biotechnology are addressed,” says John Paul.

    In the EAMCET pattern, Biology is equally divided into Botany and Zoology, and equal importance is given to Physics and Chemistry. Hence, the scoring pattern is uniform, whereas it is not the same when it comes to the common entrance test.

    Though the MCI has agreed to design the question papers in Telugu to suit students from Telugu medium, it has not addressed the issue of textbooks. So far, there are no textbooks or reference books that cover the required syllabus in Telugu.

    There is a mixed reaction among the academicians and the students on the issue of national pool. While some say that Andhra Pradesh should be in the national pool, as the students from the State should not be deprived of studying in some of the top colleges in the country, others feel that the State will be losing out in the seat ratio.

    Explaining the details, Mr. P.V.R.K. Murthy says, “the total number of medical seats in Andhra Pradesh is 4,450. As per the national pool norm – 85 per cent of these total seats will be allotted to the candidates from the State and the rest is meant for the students from other States. In that case, we are left with 3,750 seats. Now, coming to the national level- the number of seats across the country is 41,000. The 15 per cent quota for other States comes to 4,450 seats, for which the students from 23 states will be competing. If the students from Andhra Pradesh do well, then we are sure to secure a maximum of 400 seats. One hand we lose 700 seats in the State and on the other hand we gain 400 seats at the national level. Moreover, both JIPMER and AIIMS have been exempted from NEET, so that leaves the idea of one examination ‘high and dry’, as students will also have to prepare for these two examinations.”

    Other areas where some clarity is needed are the examination system of NEET, whether the weightage marks of Intermediate be considered for NEET ranking, reservation system in allotment of seats and on what basis seats will be allotted to Ag., B.Sc, B.V.Sc courses.

  44. what is karnatak saying to neet ug . can somebody give me a link or something ?

  45. BABA says:

    order of NEET given by SupremeCourt
    Lekin order government nahi manti
    Example :
    Kasabh ko fhansi
    Afgel guru ko fhansi
    Rajiv gandi ke httyaroon ko fhansi etc .

    • BABA says:

      Parents’ NEET meet collects
      Rs1 lakh on first day Ahmedabad: It
      was
      a
      moment
      of
      pride for
      the
      ‘Parents
      Association
      against
      NEET’ on
      Sunday
      as
      the
      association
      collected a whopping Rs 1 lakh on the very first day of opening its bank account. Parents from all over the state are fighting against the recent decision of the Medical Council of India (MCI) which has stated that the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) will be held in English and Hindi only, thus getting rid of regional languages.
      Parents from across state attended the meet regarding the same on Sunday in the city. The parents are collecting funds to file a case against MCI for bringing this rule, which has eliminated use of regional language from the test. For this, the association met on Sunday at the Ahmedabad Medical Association hall where they discussed various issues like fund raising and steps to be taken for the legal battle. Speaking to DNA, a member of the core committee of the association, Dr Jignesh Shah said, “At the meet, we passed various resolutions. We have decided to take the consent of each and every MLA of our respective areas to support us and write a letter for us which will be sent to the government. We have also decided that if the Gujarat government won’t file a case then we parents will do the needful and file a case against MCI.” Another good news for the parents during the meeting was brought by Dr Parag Thakkar, a pediatrician and also a member of the association. He said that health minister Jaynarayan Vyas who had stated his support for their cause, said the state government would also support them but the case would have to be filed by the parents. “Also, when we met revenue minister Anandiben Patel, she too supported us and suggested that we meet chief minister Narendra Modi regarding the issue. All the ministers we met suggested that we file the case,” stated Shah.
      The parents will approach the chief minister on Tuesday with their demands.

  46. robin says:

    manipal ka online form aa gaya hai..!!!
    Neet ka notification 18th ko aa saktha hai..let’s see wht hppn’s..

  47. the game changer says:

    guys latest news wait till 22-11 for next decision on neet. mci has gone completely mad .july se shuru hua tha yeh sab november mein bhi khatam nahi ho raha hai.

    sada haq aithe rakh,
    state humara hak hai aur use humare paas rakho.

  48. sarika (karnataka) says:

    WHY HASN’T MY COMMENT BEEN BROUGHT UP.

  49. RISE OF JATT says:

    NEET IS DISGRACE FOR INDIA ESPECIALLY NORTH INDIANS. WE HEAR ABOUT MOST CORRUP0TION IN SOUTH AND THE STATES MOST CORRUPTED WILL BE EXEMPTED. HOW CAN U CALL IT A NATIONAL LEVEL EXAM IIF 5-6 STATES ARE EXEMPTED.

    WHAT ABOUT THE PRIVATE COLLEGES OF THESE STATES ???????????

    • the game changer says:

      I COMPLETELY AGREE WUTH U…….. THE STATES WHICH ARE HAVING MOST CORRUPTION ARE ASKING FOR EXEMPTION WHILE OTHERS WILL BE BEARING….. YEHI BAAT UN SALOON KO BATANI CHAHIYE JO HUMARI LENE MEIN LAGE HAIN.

  50. Dinesh Kumar says:

    Its quite surprising to see BJP ruled Gujarat & Karnataka which were pitching against NEET until recently are keeping silent. On the contrary, the congress ruled States Maharashtra and AP are shuttling from Supreme Court to High Court in the past 10 days or so. Karnataka appears to have softened its stand and in fact mulling about offering free coaching to its students for appearing NEET. I think it is a VERY VERY SENSIBLE AND GOOD DECISION BY THE KARNATAKA GOVT. The coaching for its State board students would ensure a level playing field in the State. Also there is a scathing criticizm in the media about the corruption in the State CET. Irregularities reported in ComedK exams have caste aspersions on the educational authorities of the State. In the light of these events, States approach of adopting to NEET is a welcome one and may prove to be a sensible solution given the circumstances.
    The other states should take the cue from Karnataka and they should also cooperate with the Centre to see through NEET in 2012. The KNEE JERK REACTIONS from AP & Maharashtra is not in the interests of the students and nation. It appears to be a prejudicial decision of these Govts to get exemption from NEET considering that these two states have maximum private medical colleges and most of them are having political connections.

    Its a BIG BIG SHAME for AP & Maharashtra to file cases against its own party Government at the Centre. They should realise that it speaks so badly about its own party before the people of India. It is time to show solidarity with the party and people and not time for in-fighting. People expect these Govts change their confrontationist attitude and be amiable and cooperative towards Centres initiative for medical reforms in the country.

    • vlj says:

      Well said,But is it that karn.govt is coperating or they r busy with their internal fights and are ignorant of whats happening and not bothered of their students.

    • Geetanjali Sharma says:

      We are a democratic nation . everyone has right to say what he feels. Why shame on Maharashtra? only because they are concerned about their students? In fact the govt of Maharashtra are more concerned about their students rather than the politics.
      We are proud to be here in this state that at least the state govt is trying their best for the benefit of students. They have done it before for the best 5 case. They will surely do it now.
      Maharashtra is not against NEET. But it was always declared by the central govt that NEET would be in 2013( Ref to Mr. Kapil Sibbal’s statement 4 years ago.)
      Maharashtra state board has also made changes in the syllabus accordingly for the 2013 batch.( Syllabus cannot be changed overnight. It has to be done in a step wise manner from 9th class) Govt of Maharashtra is now fighting against NEET for 2012 batch and they will definitely succeed. It was wrong on MCI’s part that they have declared the date of NEET for 2012. Still the official announcement from central Govt has not been made. It was declared again and again that NEET would be in 2013. ( Refer to all print news for last 3 years.)
      If the common entrance with the new syllabus is to be conducted, the syllabus has to be informed before the start of 11th std and not when 12th std is half gone.There is no study material available for the revised syllabus. MCI just mentions NCERT books. But the syllabus also includes some of state board topics. So where are the reference books?
      More so the syllabus is only published on the website. Why the colleges are not informed? In so many interior parts of India and rural areas how has MCI confirmed that everyone is informed about the new syllabus? In fact many colleges in rural areas are still unaware about NEET for 2012. They are still preparing their students for MHT- CET.
      We all are together with our govt and as teachers helping them whatever help they need.
      Please do not use the words like shame on……! We are proud to be maharashtrians.

      • Dinesh Kumar says:

        First of all Kapil Sibal has got no connection with Medical education. He is a politician basically and his words or promises does not make any sense.
        Maharashtra Govt was a party to the consultation & decision of holding NEET in 2011. Supreme Court had heard all States including Maha in 2010 before ordering NEET for 2011. As the order was released in Nov 2010, it could not be held in 2011, hence was postponed to 2012.
        LO BEHOLD : NOT KNOWING THE RULE OF LAND IS NOT AN EXCUSE.
        NEET was very widely published in all newspapers across the country even in local languages. It was the duty of Maharashtra govt and its education dept to inform all the schools and colleges in the State. Did they inform you all???

        Do you know, still so many tribal area people dont know that India is independent now?? who do you blame for this ??.
        ON a day to day basis several acts, laws, rules, amendments are taking place. Some of these are published in newspapers, its our duty as citizens to be aware about these changes. Cant expect the Govt to inform each individual in person.

        In the last 1 year petrol was hiked 9 times, most of them happened overnight, yet life goes on. Petrol hike affects each citizen either directly or indirectly, did the Central or State Govt give advanced info??
        In India, pl dont expect that things will happen with years of advance information. In the case of NEET with almost 1 to 2 years advance info, we should take it.

        Giving lame excuses is not going to help any of us. Students need to learn to adopt to changes. As Doctrors, they will face drastic changes on a daily basis, hence they should be prepared to face it now. Spoon feeding stops at X std, intermediate is junior college level, hence they have to face the changes, however tough, it may be.

    • sarika (karnataka) says:

      its a shame that karanataka govt. has stopped talking about neet. but the internal affairs in the state are itself so messes up right now, neet can not take place in 2012. it is not politicians that are opposing neet but the students and parents. and karnataka govt. has not said they support neet so we should wait for their decision . you cannot bring such a big change inour lifes before even giving a warning. i request u not to write anything such until it is not confirmed. why isn’t governmant bringing in lokpal, they want discussion on it but want neet to be enforced. it’s such a shame they have created such fear among students. and where did u get this news of free education.
      request karnataka govt. to take some serious action against neet.

      • Dinesh Kumar says:

        Hi,Check out Deccan chronicle news posted by BABA below for free education mooted by Karnataka Govt.
        Do you know, most of the pvt medical colleges are owned or atleast have connections with politicians. They are putting the gullible students in front of them as shield and trying to disturb NEET. Lokpal is getting delayed b’coz of politicians ruling the Govt. NEET was not decided by the Govt but by Supreme court.

      • the government is too laid back and people like me are feeling the full impact of it . i am not even able to find a blog talking about karnataka towards neet, and i have no clue where to get updates from !!?

    • RISE OF JATT says:

      ITS QUITE SURPRISING HOW IMPATIENT U ARE ? KARANATAKA GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN OPPOSING NEET AND IS DOING SO. JUST BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT IN NEWS U THINK THEY HAVE BECOME SILENT. IF ANY STATE GETS EXEMPTION THEN THE OTHERS WILL ALSO GET AS THEIR DEMANDS ARE VERY MUCH COMMON.

    • VIJAY M KIRI says:

      Hi Dineshkumar,

      I must say that you can be a very good politician.Instead of politicizing such a sensitive issue you should try and understand(with open and unbiased mind)that what these governments are saying.None of them are against NEET but are only opposing the way it is being thrust on students without giving sufficient time to study suddenly announced syllabus which is different than the state board syllabus these students have been following since July 2010.Let us not argue that there is still time etc..Pl note that it is not only the amount of time but the mental make up also that counts when one is appearing for such an important competitive exam..
      Secondly only students who have access to internet are aware of something called NEET.Students who are not from Metro and big cities do not even know about it,forget about their preparing for it in 2012(now pl do not advise them to lose one year and appear next year).Governments should think of these students also.
      I firmly believe NEET supporters,under the guise of issue of corruption,are manipulating this situation to their benefit.They are mostly from CBSE and MCI syllabus suits them the best and hence want to grab the seats by taking advantage of confused state of state board students who are in majority.I feel manipulation is worst than corruption.
      What these governments are doing is that they are rightly supporting their students by approaching courts to request them to postpone NEET to 2013 & NOT to abandon it.If they had not done it,only CBSE students would have been successful in cracking NEET at the cost of State board students.
      Its a BIGGEST SHAME that privileged students are not considerate of unprivileged students and trying to take advantage of the situation under the pretext of corruption(as if neet will end it!!).

  51. sacha indian says:

    can anyone tell me why no change is being brought in mci web site. why neet pg notification still is presents.

    • BABA says:

      Tuition lobby stands to make
      big gains State students’ loss will be the tuition lobby’s
      gain. State medical education, as well as the Pre- University departments are maintaining a stoic
      silence over the launching of the coaching
      programme for MBBS-seat aspirants studying in
      state board colleges, who will face the first ever
      nation wide National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test
      (NEET-UG) for admission to medical courses, which will see all aspirants forced to opt for expensive
      crash courses offered by tutorials. Medical education department officials are clueless
      about the final syllabus, as well as providing a
      training programme for state students to ensure a
      level playing field. Recently, the Medical Council of
      India (MCI) announced the final syllabus for NEET-
      UG for admission to MBBS courses across the country for academic year 2012-13. The syllabus
      was finalised after a review of various state syllabi
      as well as those prepared by CBSE, NCERT and
      COBSE. This was done to establish uniformity across the
      country, keeping in view the relevance of different
      areas in medical education. The MCI is planning to
      conduct the NEET-UG in April, 2012. The state
      government, however, which did not send its
      feedback on the draft syllabus, is silent on students’ demands for training programmes. According to
      medical education department officials, it is the
      responsibility of the state PU board to prepare state
      students for the NEET-UG. But education
      department officials are not ready to take up the
      responsibility. According to sources in the education department,
      the medical education department has been given
      the responsibility of protecting the interests of state
      students if MCI launches NEET from the next
      academic year. “We haven’t received any
      information from the medical education department over the change in exam pattern as well as
      syllabus. Our responsibility is to conduct the PU
      examination,” said a senior officer. “KEA proposed launching a free CET coaching
      programme nearly six months ago. But the
      proposal is pending before the KEA general body.
      Higher Education minister Dr V.S.Acharya is not
      showing any interest in the project,” he added

    • BABA says:

      Ding lakh … Ding ….lakh , SADA HUK ATHE RAKHA….
      SALA AB TO ROCK DENGE … WE ARE ROCKSTAR
      ABTO NEET KABHI BHI NAHI HO SAKTA
      READ THIS NEWS ….
      All MBBS seats in AP for local STUDENTS
      Sources said that since Andhra Pradesh does
      not have to set aside 15 per cent of seats in MBBS courses for students from other states, the
      National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for admissions
      to MBBS courses will not impact the seat matrix in
      medical colleges here. As far as AP is concerned,
      Neet will be nothing more than a qualifying test.
      The other states have to offer 15 per cent seats in MBBS courses and 50 per cent seats in PG medical
      courses to students from other states who qualify
      in Neet. With outside students not being eligible for
      admissions in AP medical colleges despite
      qualifying in Neet, 100 per cent of the seats in local
      medical colleges will go to AP students. The only
      difference is that AP students will have to sit for
      Neet instead of the Eamcet medical exam. This rule is applicable for only two states in the country —
      Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. Thanks to
      the Presidential Order pertaining to local, non-local
      quotas, which is in force in both these states due to
      unique political conditions, these states are
      exempted from offering seats to students of other states under the central pool. Students from both
      these states are also barred from taking admissions
      in the central pool. The central pool devised as per the directions of the
      Supreme Court, mandates all states to offer 15 per
      cent seats in MBBS courses and 50 per cent seats in
      PG medical courses to the central pool, which
      should be offered to students based on the merit
      secured in national-level medical entrances. There are certain disadvantages too that AP students will
      face for not being part of the central pool. They
      cannot compete for the 3,415 MBBS seats available
      in the central pool, while AP would have to offer
      only 720 seats to the pool out of 4,800 MBBS seats
      available in the state. The state has also been trying to seek exemption
      from Neet from the Centre and the courts by
      highlighting the issue that Neet will make no
      difference to AP since it is not part of the Central
      pool. Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy had
      recently stated in a letter to the Centre: “For AP students the choice is limited to only medical
      colleges existing in the state. A number of students
      from AP do qualify for prestigious institutions like
      AIIMS, Jipmer etc., every year. But these institutions
      will continue to have their own entrance exams
      even after Neet. So, there may not be much relief in terms of reducing the number of entrance tests the
      AP students have to take.”

      • the game changer says:

        baba bhai khush hone ki kya baat hai isme……. agar seats doge nahin to baki nation ki seats mein compete bhi nahi kar paoge. aur cut off to neet ki mani jayegi na. agar neet ki cut off satisfy nahin kar paye to seats khali bhi chod di jayengi.

    • BABA says:

      game
      You know the big condition for holding NEET .

      jab tak all state NEET mai participation nahi karte tab tak NEET nahi HO sakta

    • BABA says:

      agar aipmt ka notification 25 nov. tak nahi aata hai to samajhna NEET fix ho gayi hai .

      Vese NEET ka 2012 mai hona impossible hai.
      Best of luck game

      • the game changer says:

        BABA BHAI APKE MU MEIN GHEE SHAKAR.. PAR KAHA JA RAHA HAI KI AIPMT NOTIFICATION NOVEMBER KE LAST WEEK MEIN HI AAYEGA. AGAR TAB TAK NEET NOTIFICATION NAHI AYA TOH AIPMT HOGA……….
        AIPMT SE JAND K AUR AP KO CHUT MILI THI WAISE HI YEH NEET SE KUCH STATES KO CHUT DE SAKTE HAI.
        SALE MCI WALE HUMARI LIYE JAA RAHE HAIN AUR KUCH BHI PAKA NAHI KAR RAHE HAIN.

    • BABA says:

      agar NEET hota hai to inko chut nahi di ja sakti hai yeh BAAT SupremeCourt ke order mai likhi hai.

      Vese game
      pareshaani ki koi baat nahi hai .
      Ager NEET fix ho jata to ab tak gulam nabi & health ministery ki taraf se & MCI ki taraf se conform notification aachuka hota qunki gulam nabi eed par india aachuke thae.

  52. RISE OF JATT says:

    wtf
    TAMIL NADU AND JAMMU AND KASHMIR HAVE BEEN EXEMPTED.
    ANDHRA AND MAHARASHTRA ARE GOING TO HIGH COURT. MOST PROBABLY THEY WILL GET EXEMPTION.
    GUJARAT, GOA AND KARANATAKA ARE ALSO PLANNING TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION.
    NEWS WAS THEIR THAT NORTH EASTERN STATES ARE ALSO UNHAPPY BY NEET.
    PVT. COLLEGES SAY THEY WILL NOT ADMIT A SINGLE STUDENT IF NEET TAKES PLACE.
    PARENTS AND STUDENT BODIES HAVE BEEN ACTIVELY OPPOSING.
    NO NEWS ABOUT HEALTH MINISTERY CONFORMATION OF NEET AND NOTIFICATION.NO ONE IS AWARE OF THE LEVEL OF EXAM AND THE PATTERN AND THE RULES.

    FIRST STOP CALLING THIS EXAM AS NATIONAL LEVEL EXAM. A QUESTION TO ALL IS STILL THE CORRUPTION THE ONLY REASON THAT WE ARE FACING SO MANY PROBLEMS????
    NEET OR AIPMT PLZ GOD HELP US AND GIVE US STRENGHT TO BEAR IT.

    • the game changer says:

      WOW DUDE U HAVE PUT IT ALL TOGETHER.
      BUT BELEIVE ME THESE STATES ARE FIGHTING FOR THEMSELVES ONLY AND MCI WILL GO AHEAD WITH NEET. IN SALOON KI MAA JO MAR JAYEGI AGAR NEET NAHI KARWAYA.
      IABHI BHI HUMARE PAAS KAPHI TIME HAI . MAINE APNA MAN NEET KE LIYE BANA LIYA TU BHI BANA LO………….

    • kritika says:

      i don’t get what is going on. will their be neet or aipmt. the states u have mentioned if these are exempted then what will happen to the private colleges in these states. will they come under neet or state pmt. i read in newspaper about 50-60% seats will be left if these states are exempted. already their are so less seats in medical. how can they grant the pleasure of state pmt to some ?

  53. joybiswa says:

    what is going on?

  54. vlj says:

    what abt health ministry’s final notification ?

  55. kumar says:

    Hello GC
    yar ek bat clear hai kyoki tum HP se ho tumhara neet se pechha nahi chootne wala. jin state ki bat karke tum lad rahe the woh sab apna matalab sidh karke nikal rahe hai.
    abhi to tel dekho tel ki dhar dekho

    • the game changer says:

      HEY KUMAR I HAVE UNDERSTOOD IT NOW, BUT U TELL ME CAN THEIR BE NEET WITH ATLEAST 4-6 STATES EXEMPTED FROM IT ???????

      • kumar says:

        You can contact to MCI & they are firmed on conducting NEET, it dos not matter if 4 – 6 state not participate if you trust my word neet will be in 2012.
        Agar neet nahi hota hai to MCI ki lutia dub jayegi MCI ijjat bachane ko neet karega hi chahe yeh sirf NORTH india ke liye hi ho.

  56. = says:

    you know, game
    The mean of NEET = national eligibility entrance test
    NEET ko HUM NEET kah sakte hai ager Sabhi state es mai participat kare , lekin yaar Yahan to sub ulta ho raha hai , so NEET to ab ho hi nahi sakta
    Aipmt jaroor ho sakta hai , 15% seat ka order to SupremeCourt ka hai for all state with out JAMMU & kashmir.
    MCI NEET karwahi nahi sakta because Many state have stay order from high court So NEET impossible. Please give your response

    • the game changer says:

      BHAI KASH TUMHARI BAAT SACH HO JAYE. TUMHARI SARI KAHI HUI BATTEIN SACH HAI. NATIONAL LEVEL KA MATLAB HI KYA JAB STATES HI NA HO. AUR AISA LAGTA HAI KAM SE KAM 10 DIN TAK NOTIFICATION NAHI AYEGA.
      WASE AIPMT KA NOTIFICATION NOVEMBER END MEIN ANE WALA THA.

  57. = says:

    NEET gona fully divert . at last NEET ug crush totaly. So my dear friends prepare your state board medical examination.

    • the game changer says:

      KYA LAGTA HAI BHAI AGAR 5-6 STATE KO HATA DENGE TO KYA NEET HO SAKTA HAI????????

      • Subhankar says:

        Gujrat, AP, tamilnadu,maharashtra etc are the giant states of india having a bulk of % age of total medical seats … If they dnt participate, NEET will be meaningless. Everyone is starting to hate MCI now….. Jerks.

  58. the game changer says:

    LO BHAI EK AUR NAU TANKI SHURU HO GAYI.. AA JAYE GE APNA MUH KALA KAR KE HC MEIN. SALE SIRF APNE LIYE SOCH RAHE HAIN.

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