Has the Medical Council of India (MCI) unnecessarily poked students and parents by making announcement about common medical entrance test or officially the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for undergraduate courses (NEET UG) across the nation. It is currently looking so; MCI never had a proper plan about how they are going to execute the proposed CET for medical courses, MCI had assumed that AIIMS (All India Institutes for Medical Sciences) will conduct the test but AIIMS has expressed it’s inability. Isn’t that MCI should have approached AIIMS before making any announcement, was there any plan B they can rely on?
Andhra Pradesh government, Maharashtra government, West Bengal government and Gujarat government are strongly opposing MCI’s move to hold NEET UG in May 2012. Otherside MCI had made announcement that the final syllabus will be declared in the second week of November so aspiring medicos will have to wait 2 more weeks before the floor opens up for a new discussion on syllabus, language the test has to be given and the timing of NEET.
Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee had written to MCI to exclude the state from CET this year, Gujarat long ago has asked MCI about joining NEET from 2013, now Andhra Pradesh too wants to join from 2013. Masharshtra government is planning to move to Supreme Court to with draw NEET proposed by MCI.
Watch the below video about the situation in Andhra Pradesh (courtesy NewsXLive)
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So what are your views! Do you still think MCI should go ahead ignoring these problems and conduct NEET UG in 2012.
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