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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