Earlier we had reported that Karnataka too is opting out of NEET UG 2012 the proposed common medical entrance test by the medical education regulatory body MCI. As a breather to many private medical colleges in the state of Karnataka; the high court stayed the notification issued by MCI. (via)
The petition in the high court was filed by the Karnataka Private Medical and Dental Colleges association challenging the MCI’s move of trashing the state level medical entrance test. Over the years each medical college has adopted their own selection process, state based colleges are now refusing the sudden change MCI wants to bring in.
Although MCI was desperate of holding NEET UG on May 13, 2012, each state is chasing away the dream of MCI. This might just cause more panic to the students who have started preparing according to the newly proposed syllabus by MCI for the maiden National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for undergraduate admissions.
MCI wanted to have full control on medical colleges in India and hence has proposed a common medical entrance test; the objective was to keep medical education clean and transparent. But it is too late for MCI to do this year.
Students are mislead with a new announcement every next day, nothing has been materialized for them. If you are a student we want to ask you? How do you react to the latest development related to the entrance exam drama? Do share with us.
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