Gujarat Says ‘NO’ To NEET UG 2012

On November 4, 2011 Medical Council of India (MCI) had announced the final syllabus for the first ever ‘National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduates (NEET-UG)’ and as announced earlier NEET-UG is scheduled for May 13, 2011. It is unclear as how many states are with NEET-UG; reportedly Gujarat will opt out from NEET-UG 2012 and the same has been confirmed to Medical Council of India in writing. (via)

Three reasons cited by Gujarat are:

  1. Gujarat wants the question paper in Gujarati apart from Hindi & English
  2. Gujarat is not keen to part with 85 per cent seats reserved for local students
  3. Syllabus should be normalized to avoid trouble for it’s state board students

Gujarat government is standing up to protect interest of it’s students! So it is likely that Gujarat will not open up it’s seats for common medical entrance test counseling as the state is not joining NEET-UG this year.

Gujarat boasts with few world class institutes such as Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad,Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat and National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. The state also has some of the best engineering institutes in India like Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Institute of Technology, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology among others.

Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute is another reputed institute operating in Gujarat and does various research works on inland lake salt, marine salt and sub-soil brine.

Readers should note that MCI made it clear that NEET will be held only in English and Hindi, you can read the post here.

What are your views! the three reasons cited by Gujarat should be considered by MCI to avoid trouble or should MCI go ahead and leave states which are asking for vernacular languages? Share your thoughts!

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145 thoughts on “Gujarat Says ‘NO’ To NEET UG 2012”

  1. No argument is convincing to justify the postponement of NEET UG 2012. Different syllabus or option of writing only in English or Hindi these are the lame excuses. We have the example of common entrance test for IITs. No one is raising any question of vernacular of syllabus for this prestigious test. By not allowing a uniform entrance test for medical aspirants, those how are at helm of affairs wants to influence the outcome. No one can save India. It will remain corrupt and those who seek mental peace will get settled in some abroad. First reservation will lead to compromise the quality of stuff and then different states will churn out different quality of doctors from their cottage industries. Perhaps, we as Indian deserve to be ruled by corrupt politicians otherwise how an issue on which there is Supreme Court ruling may not be got materialized? Let’s see how the court reacts on this state of affairs.

    International school Bangalore

    1. NO NEET FOR GUJARAT.
      THE REASON THEY PROVIDED ABOVE IS PERFECTLY RIGHT…
      THERE SHOULD BE COMMON COMPETITION BETWEEN CENTRAL LEVEL AND STATE LEVEL. COURSE OF STATE BOARD AND CENTRAL BOARD MUST BE SAME.

  2. 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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  3. MCI तौबा तेरा जलवा,
    तौबा तेरा प्यार, तेरा Emosanal
    Attyachaar!
    तौबा तेरा जलवा, तौबा तेरा प्यार, तेरा Emosanal
    Attyachaar!
    JAO JAO ओह दिलबर, ओह
    दिलबर ओह! तौबा तेरा जलवा,
    तौबा तेरा प्यार, तेरा Emosanal
    Attyachaar!

    1. 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 .

    2. 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 .

      1. MCI ki puri team ko lath marke india se nikal dena chahia. Sale itana samay par ho gaye fer bhi mci neet kar pe tula hua hai. MCI ka pura team hi pagal kutta banchuka hai jo ab ham student ko katne pe tula hua hai. They are Hi**a.

    3. wah wah maza agaya yar SALE MCI WALE 1799 feedback k base par lacs of students k future ka faisla karne chale hai ALLAH KARE IN SAB KO AIDS HO JAYE

  4. In my opinion let AP, Guj & Maharashtra go to HC for the betterment of their rural students benefits !!!!!!! by staying away from NEET-UG/PG/SS for as much as they want.
    I request to MCI “please allow Pro NEET states to go ahead with NEET-UG wef 2012-13.” and do not cancel it.
    Remember honesty in politics is much like Oxygen,The higher up you go, the scarcer it becomes.
    Jai Hind

  5. KERALA A ROLE MODEL STATE FOR PRO NEET
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    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.

    1. main keraka ja chuka hoon and amongst all the south indian states it is most developed and and has the most literacy rate. unka syllabus kafi had tak cbse jaisa hai and mostschools teach in english unlike tn and ap and even maharashtra.
      i don’t know why u are saying people are supporting neet. my friends in kendriya vidhyalays there like in kv pattom and pangode and palipuram in trivendrum, palakkad, port trust and one near the naval base in ernakulam etc has said that neet has brought considerable fear in minds of students who have started preparing for board exams.
      dude had what u been saying been true then kerala would have agreed to neet and no such confirmation has come up.
      since i have travelled a lot i ‘ am well aware of the conditions of different states in india . i know exactly which state will oppose and which will support.
      by the way don’t mind even girls in kerala are more beautiful than other south indian states.

  6. 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.

    1. 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!!).

      1. Well said!yesterday LOKSATTA reported that students in mumbai are striving to get NCERT books and they are hard to find.If this is the condition in MUMBAI,I am really concerned about smaller towns and rural areas.

        1. Dr.Prachi,

          Madam,this is exactly what CBSE guys wanted.I hope government understands these manipulations and politics and takes steps to ensure that careers of deserving hard working students of state board are not spoiled.
          Jai Hind!

        2. The full text of NCERT books are available free in the web. Anybody can download and use it absolutely free of cost.
          WHERE THERE IS A WILL THERE IS A WAY.

          1. You see,opposition is not to the idea of NEET.Some are determined to ignore all the ground realities that can be really distressing for others.Survival of the fittest ,indeed.Yes, survival is all one can think of.I’ll tell you,I used to work in a health centre in a village just on the outskirts of thane district(which is a neighbour to mumbai and is on its way to be developed as much),and I wouldnt even get milk for my tea.They have to go to the town some 20 kms away even if they need salt and sugar,let alone computers and internet.What the hell, they dont have electricity for 20 hrs/day.So it is imperative that they do not have access to a lot of luxuries that we do.They obviously dont have funds to go and sit in a cyber cafe(if there is one miraculously)
            every other day so that they could get updated or they could download textbooks AND READ THEM.The only option they have got now,is to forget about passing medical entrance this year and try next year.But they dont have the luxury of dropping out and being a burden(educated burden) on their families who barely get 2 square meals a day.Or do we believe that such people should not even compete for entrances since they cant afford it!IS THIS WHAT WE CALL SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST?Because if that is so ,I am sorry to say that our democracy has failed utterly.How fair is it to oppress the opressed just because they are not privileged to INTERNET or EVEN BOOKS(NCERT).This is happening in a place near a metropolitan city.What must be the condition of other remote areas which are many as far as Maharashtra is concerned.Imagine yourself in their place !
            What is the problem in conducting this exam in 2013 with due notices to one and all,proper instructions to all teachers and guidance?Is one year a lot for people who can see that kasab is still alive despite the verdict against him or those in gujarat who got justice after 9 years of waiting ?It is the fault of state govts that they did not take action in august itself!But one cannot ask students to bear the consequences of their govts mistakes or misjudgements.GROUND REALITY MATTERS.

            1. Your Thane story, when did it all happened? May be long time back. India has developed quite a lot in the last 5 years especially in telecom. I think you are giving old stories. Talk of the present, you go to the same place now and see how it is now and then say what is the ground realities there. If a family is starving, then obviously Medicine is not for them, b’coz it would take at least 10 yrs for a student to complete his qualification (degree + PG + speciality). The cost of medical course is so high today, no poor family can afford.
              I myself from a village, a rural place miles away from cities. Yet, due to technological development, we are able to communicate with the world, we have wireless internet, even internet in mobiles.

              As I already said, majority of the States among 28 Indian States and 7 union territories want NEET in 2012, this is the reason we say NEET should not be postponed. But, if you have very valid reasons, take a stay from the High Court and stay away from NEET as long as you want. But dont ask for NEET should be postponed for the entire nation, thats unreasonable.

              1. DUDE YOU NEED TO WAKE UP FROM YOUR DREAMS…… GO TO MAHARASHTRA AND SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW MUCH IT HAS DEVELOPED…. THANE IS STILL IN SAME CONDITION AND EVEN MUMBAI IS ONLY FOR RICH……. IT INHABITS ON OF THE LARGEST SLUMS OF WORLD GHAT KOPAR. KERALA HAS ADVANCED DUE TO SMALL SIZE AND THE COMMUNIST PARTY THERE. BUT DON’T THINK THAT OTHERS ARE ALSO ADVANCING IN SAME WAY. IN MAHARASHTRA ONLY RICH GETS BENEFITED BY DEVELOPMENT, I CAN SAY THIS BECAUSE I HAVE SPENT CONSIDERABLE PART OF MY LIFE LIVING MUMBAI.

                PLZ STOP SAYING THIS THAT MAJORITY OF STATES ARE SUPPORTING NEET. YOU ARE NOT READY TO FACE THE TRUTH. HAD THIS BEEN THE CASE THEN THESE STATES WOULD HAVE GIVEN PERMISSION FOR NEET. ONLY MP TILL NOW HAS DONE SO. CAN’T YOU SEE THAT THIS DECISION OF MCI IS BEING FORCED UPON STATES. MEDICAL EDUCATION IS FUNDED BY STATES AND EVERY STATE HAS A RIGHT TO CONDUCT ITS OWN NEET.
                I ‘AM NOT SAYING THAT WILL BE CANCELLED IN 2012 BUT YES MY OPINION IS THAT IT SHOUL BE CONDUCTED FROM 2013. WAKE UP………..

                1. HI Gamechanger,
                  You can wake up a person only if he is asleep.You can not do anything with a person who has shut his eyes and ears to ground realities and waiting to pounce on golden opportunity of grabbing medical seat from not so well prepared state board students.This is height selfishness!!.

                  IF he had any valid reason for not postponing NEET,then i would have recd.a reply to my comment posted yesterday giving justified reason for postponing to 2013.

                  1. Hey VMK,
                    You are crossing your limits. Better behave yourself. Did I ask your opinion, then why the hell are you expecting reply from me??
                    Your mind your own business, I am not interested to discuss with you. Let this be the last communication between us.

                2. hey GC,
                  Dont gimme lessons about Maha, I already have enough info about the State. I have travelled most of the places and have a fair knowledge about several States. Pl dont under estimate me. You may be an expert but that doesnt mean that all others are duds.

                  Cant you see, when the exam date has been announced and if the States are not accepting NEET, will they keep quiet and sleep over it?? They will go running to courts as AP and Maha does. If they are silent, what does it mean? Naturally they are not opposing and may well participate in NEET 2012.
                  My views are very clear, If a State does not want to take NEET next year, let them go to court and take stay and join whenever it wants to. In any case, your State any way is going to join NEET, so whats the big deal fighting here???

                  I dont want further discussions here, since you started, I have replied, thats it. So, dont reply and say that You will always end for Gods sake.

  7. (1) IT IS DIFFICULT TO CONDUCT ENTRANCE EXAMS IN ALL REGIONAL LANGUAGES. MBBS COURSE IS ONLY IN ENGLISH IN ALL STATES, I HOPE. (2) STATE MERIT LIST AND NATIONAL MERIT LIST BOTH ARE PREPARED, (3)TIME HAS BEEN GIVEN TO PUBLIC TO REPRESENT FOR ANY CHANGE IN SYLLABUS AND THE SYLLABUS MODIFIED. FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS COURTS ARE INSISTING FOR COMMON ENTRANCE EXAMS THROUGHOUT INDIA TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF STUDENTS

    1. DUDE U ARE RIGHT
      BUT TELL ME WHAT HAVE THEY MODIFIE IN SYLLABUS
      SALA WOHI SYLLABUS CHIPKA DIYA WAPAS . 3 SAL HO 4 SALON NE KABHI BHI PUBLIC YA STUDENTS KO INFORM NAHI KIYA. AAJ BHI MEDIA SALMAN KE TATE DIKHANE MEIN JYADA INTERESTED HAI. AUR BURDEN KIS KA KAM HO RAHA HAI AUR KAISE . BHAI JAWAB HO REPLY KARNA.

  8. Good news for all NEET supporters:
    Maharashtra’s appeal in the supreme court has been rejected. It has refused to exempt the State from NEET. Pl read the story here

    “”http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_sc-rejects-maharashtra-s-plea-on-exemption-from-medical-cet_1611189″”

    1. SORRY FOR REPLYING TO YOUR COMMENT BUT THIS HAS EVEN MESSED UP THE SITUATION. WE WERE EXPECTING A CLEAR CUT DECISION WHETHER NEET OR AIPMT BUT SC HAS SAVED THEMSELVES BY NOT REPLYING. THEY HAVE GIVEN HIGH COURT FULL POWER NOW AND MAHARASHTRA WILL DEFINATELY GET AN EXEMPTION NOW.

      1. Maharashtra may get exemption, but not the other States, which means NEET will be on. That would include your State also.

  9. one thing i would love to say though i don’t want u people to to consider me as separatist
    is the reason of bringing neet only corruptio. i have heard about corruption only in south india . their has been news of corruption in north also but all those has been denied as myth.
    why don’t we strengthen the security system rather than troubling people.

  10. No sylalabus difference. No time lag. No language barrier. Only thing is interest of Pvt Medical collges are getting harmed. These Pvt Colleges are controlled by powerful politicians. This was expected. Few persons from Gujarat are making hue and cry. The Whole Gujarat wanted NEET because admission in state colleges are through merit. With NEET merit manipulation by Pvt medical colleges in Karnataka and Mahrashtra will put on break . If want fair admission, let NEET happen. Few agents of Pvt medical colleges in Gujarat are making noise because of their interest. Govt should be careful.

    1. b k gupta
      stop lying to people. whole of gujarat is opposing neet. i ‘am from maharashtra and can very well understand their problems. it won’t matter if neet is postponed by a year but atleast people will get chance to prepare. face the truth. nearly 84% in every state is from state board and are opposing neet.
      may maharashtra wins.

      1. @Divya,
        If you are saying the truth, then you should prove your claim through authentic source of info. Can you prove?? You cannot call somebody a lier without proving your point.

        Judging by the latest events, the protest meeting held at Ahmedabad was attended by only 200 persons. There are about 40,000 medical aspirants in Gujarat. It is a clear indication that majority in Gujarat are in favour of NEET. In fact, Gujarat Govt is not even approaching Supreme court for Stay.
        Many newspapers have reported that there is no proper consensus in Gujarat against NEET. The opinions are divided which is keeping the Govt quiet.

        Maharashtra & AP should have also done the same thing what Modi Govt is doing. The open vehement opposition to the NEET by these two States has shown their ugly face of supporting Private medical colleges in the garb of supporting students. This is all BULL SHIT!!!! Dirty Politics!!!

        1. with all due respect i agree with what divya is saying. first of all no news paper has published that “there is no proper consensus in Gujarat against NEET. The opinions are divided which is keeping the Govt quiet.”
          news papers have only written that cbse students are happy as they will have an edge over state board students which is itself a shame.
          another thing majority all over india is opposing. this fact cannot be denied. had it been not so then sc would not have reopened the case.
          plz stop this agent thing as it is only a hype created in this forum. gujarat govt. has never agreed to neet and only want it in 2014. i myself have heard in news channel about it.

          1. Divya is none other than you and you are none other than the game changer and game changer is none other than SWAPEN….

            I am not surprised that YOU WILL SUPPORT YOURSELF…

            1. WELL AGAIN U HAVE STARTED IT. FOR THE FIRST TIME I THOUGHT WE WERE HAVING SOME SERIOUS DISCUSSION. BUT NO U CAN NOT JUST TOLERATE TH OPPOSITION .
              YES MY NAME IS SWAPEN . BUT FACE IT DUDE YOU WILL NO ANSWER TO MY QUESTION AND JATT’S QUESTIONS. KEEP SHOUTING . NEXT THING I KNOW YOUR THROWN OUT SUPPORTERS WILL BE COMING AND SHOUTING WHAT U SAID.
              BUT EVEN THEN I DOES NOT MATTER TO ME AND I WILL KEEP COMMENTING AND HOPE THAT OTHERS WHOSE NAME HAS BEEN LINKED TO ME DON’T MIND AND KEEP WRITING.
              TRUTH IS TRUTH AND IT IS BITTER FOR U. I HAVE NEVER SAID THAT BY MY COMMENTING NEET WILL BE CANCELLED BUT ATLEAST I HAVE EXPRESSED MYSELF.

              PLZ BUDDY WE HAVE BEEN DISCUSSING THIS ISSUE PRETTY WELL . STOP THIS NON SENSE WHICH TUNDAI KEBAB WAS SPREADING.
              RIGHT WHEN I ENTERED THE FORUM ANY ONE WHO HAS OPPOSED HAS BEEN LINKED TO ME. LOOK AT THE NO. OF OPPOSERS AND THEN THINK IS IT EVEN POSSIBLE.

              1. Hello,
                Dude, Why are you reacting so wildly. Why dont you use your own name and write your impression / opinion in this forum. Why do you give room for other to comment about you. You be your own natural self and write points in your defence.

                This is my humble opinion, you either take it or leave it, its upto you…

                1. I ‘ AM LITERALLY SHOCKED TO HEAR YOUR COMMENTS . WHY WOULD U NOT BELEIVE THAT I’AM NOT GAME CHANGER. BUT I DON’T THINK I HAVE TO ANSWER TO ANY ONE HERE.

  11. ANAJI: With Union government officials refusing to defer the national common entrance exam (NEET) for medicine and dentistry seats for Goan students by one year, the state government has begun exploring legal options available to the state.

    “The state has begun the process of filing an affidavit in the high court to defer the NEET for Goa by one year. We want it to be held in 2013 for Goan students, as against May 2012 announced for all states. Goa wants the state common entrance test held for medicine and dentistry, as it was done all these years, for one more year,” a state official said.

    Goa, along with Maharashtra, had expressed fears that students would find the syllabus for the national exam too tough and vast to cope with and this could leave several state seats for medicine and dentistry vacant.

    “Students answering the NEET for graduate medicine and dentistry courses will have to be thorough in the syllabus for Classes XI and XII. And those answering NEET for the postgraduate seats will have to be thorough in the syllabus of all the years of the medicine and dentistry courses. Even though students are expected to know the portion of the previous years, it is tough for students to remember each and every part of the vast syllabi,” a state official said.

    Goa had written to the Medical Council of India (MCI) and Union health ministry requesting them to hold the exam for Goa from 2013 onwards.

    1. COMMON MBBS ENTRANCE TEST ROW New Delhi, Nov 10: Even before the amended notification for the proposed common MBBS entrance test has been issued, trouble started brewing for the examination
      with at least five states
      saying they are not ready for participation in it.
      While Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh have already obtained a STAY from the court, Maharashtra has now moved the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the plea of differences in syllabi. West Bengal and Gujarat have not yet indicated their affirmation to join the test.
      Sources say if the big five states are left out of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET), a majority of the medical colleges across the country would be out of NEET purview, as almost 50 to 60 percent of the medical colleges in the country are concentrated in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka alone.
      The Medical Council of India (MCI) has already finalised the syllabus for National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test (NEET-UG) for admission to MBBS courses and fixed May 13 for holding the exam next year.
      Earlier during discussions with various states, Gujarat, Karnataka and West Bengal had demanded the holding of the proposed NEET in vernacular languages, which is now ruled out owing to shortage of time in holding the exam.

  12. i think ap won’t be their in neet yipeee. we have already been affected by the telanagana strikes now neet is curse for us . keep opposing neet.

    1. AP wants Centre to put off
      national medical entrance for 2
      yrs PTI | 11:11 PM,Nov 09,2011 Hyderabad, Nov 9 (PTI) More than a year after it
      agreed to having National Eligibility-cum Entrance
      Test for admission to MBBS course, Andhra Pradesh
      has now requested the Centre to exempt the state
      for next two years. Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar
      Reddy wrote a letter to Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad in this regard on October 31,
      officials sources said today. The state has also filed
      a petition in the Supreme Court on the issue, they
      said. In the letter, Kiran said exemption would help
      the state make necessary changes to intermediate
      curriculum from 2012-13 academic year, and also give sufficient time to students to prepare for NEET
      in 2014. Reddy said the state had, in October 2010,
      agreed to the holding NEET, but there were three
      “important concerns”. Amendments were required
      to the existing state laws, and the curriculum of the
      State Board would have to be revised after the curriculum for the test was notified by the Centre.
      “Presently, students are following the state
      curriculum. Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine
      Common Entrance Test ranking is based on 25 per
      cent weightage to marks secured in Intermediate
      examination and 75 per cent to marks in EAMCET. “This makes the students concentrate on
      Intermediate course, apart from preparation for
      entrance test. The batch of students joining in the
      year 2012-13 would complete the Intermediate
      course by April 14 and it would be appropriate for
      them to appear for NEET in 2014 as they would have studied Intermediate as per the revised
      curriculum,” letter said. NEET impossible

    2. Rural students may find Neet
      a tough nut to crack The government fears that majority of the
      students, especially from rural areas and Telugu medium backgrounds, will find it difficult to clear
      Neet. They will be allotted seats based on their
      Eamcet scores. The government feels that students
      from BC, SC and ST categories will be the worst
      affected on account of Neet due to the limited
      preparation time they will get and it has to adopt Eamcet scores to maintain the reservation matrix in
      medical and allied courses. The department of higher education will submit this
      “alternative plan” to the government for approval.
      The officials are of the view that the alternative plan
      will not be in conflict with Neet and by
      implementing the plan the state can also protect the
      interests of Andhra Pradesh students who fail to clear Neet. The government wants to utilise the
      benefit AP enjoys by not being part of the “central
      pool” wherein it has no need to allot 15 per cent
      MBBS seats to the “national quota” unlike other
      states. AP and Jammu and Kashmir have been
      exempted from the “central pool” thanks to the Presidential Order. If AP was part of “central pool”, it would have to fill
      the empty seats with students from other states
      based on their Neet scores. Since AP is not part of
      the “central pool”, all the seats still empty after Neet
      counselling can be allotted to local students, based
      on their Eamcet scores. “This is the advantage AP has over other states and we want to utilise that to
      protect the interests of our students who fail to
      qualify in Neet. There is also no need to take
      approval either from the Centre or from the MCI to
      implement our alternative plan. This way, there will
      be no conflict with Neet or anyone. We can adopt Neet as well as Eamcet for MBBS ,” said a senior
      official of the higher education department. Asked whether it would not be a burden on
      students to appear for both Neet and Eamcet, he
      said, “Inter BiPC students would anyway have to
      appear for both the tests since NEET deals only with
      MBBS. They have to take Eamcet to get admissions
      in other allied courses, since there are just 4,800 MBBS seats in the state while about 8,000 are
      available in dental and allied courses.

  13. My frnd pls see the seats available…and students appearing. Why only cbse studnts will face problems..!
    And u r saying to appear in aims., why cant gujarati medium students do this.

    Is aieee,aipmt,iit in gujarati.!

    The colleges doesnt belong to guj goverment it belongs to mci and govn. Of india.

    A person not knowing english how will learn mbbs in english. There is no institutions or colleges in gujarati language.

    Here in gujarat all of them is want to sell medical seats and earn black money. E.g ketan desai.
    The 2nd demand is foolish one, it is clearly mentioned by mci…

    Morever if the overall % goes down why not make selection of at 30% if syllabus is a problem… No one will take there seats…

  14. Gujrat is absolutely right. All the three points are valid. Not just that but one more point is if the MCI wishes to include 11th std portion then why was this not informed at the begining of 11th std that is July 2011. Informing now when even the 12th std has gone half, MCI is playing with the state board students’ psychs. They are unnecessarily pressurising the students.
    all other states must follow Gujrath and should strongly support the state board students. For their benefit the NEET should be held in 2013 or 2014( and in all Indian languages)but not in 2012 as it will spoil the whole preparation of students who start preparing from 11th std.
    On one side Govt feels pressure on students should be reduced and on other side such untimely and irresponsible announcements increase the pressure 1000 folds!
    All state boards must come together and fight against MCI’s decision if they are really bothered about their own state board students.

      1. hello madam
        but mci did not said about it being the final syllabus. and if that was final then why has human physiology been added up.

        students were put in fix and stop blaming others . we all are in trouble because of the faults of government. now they are saying about class 11 syllabus . what will we class 12 students do.

      2. Madam, you are making a mistake. The final draft has come on 4th Nov 2012.Now they have added no. of new topics in all 3 subjects. It is injustice to all students of 11th and 12th. For 11th students if the syllabus was declared in July, we would have taken admission to CBSE or ISE schools. For 12th std students it is totally inhumane to tell that the syllabus is changing when the board exam dates are declared which are in feb 2012. Are the colleges ready to teach the added syllabus ( Both theory and practcals) in 3 months? by the way colleges are not informed at all about the changed syllabus.As per the rule colleges must receive the copies of New syllabus therough a proper channel. Just declaring on website is not at all enough. Does MCI feel that all students study themselves and colleges have no role in teaching?

    1. NEET never possible
      However, it turns out that Tamil Nadu has already
      secured a permanent exemption for the students
      from that state appearing for the NEET.

  15. PANAJI: With Union government officials refusing to defer the national common entrance exam (NEET) for medicine and dentistry seats for Goan students by one year, the state government has begun exploring legal options available to the state.

    “The state has begun the process of filing an affidavit in the high court to defer the NEET for Goa by one year. We want it to be held in 2013 for Goan students, as against May 2012 announced for all states. Goa wants the state common entrance test held for medicine and dentistry, as it was done all these years, for one more year,” a state official said.

    Goa, along with Maharashtra, had expressed fears that students would find the syllabus for the national exam too tough and vast to cope with and this could leave several state seats for medicine and dentistry vacant.

    “Students answering the NEET for graduate medicine and dentistry courses will have to be thorough in the syllabus for Classes XI and XII. And those answering NEET for the postgraduate seats will have to be thorough in the syllabus of all the years of the medicine and dentistry courses. Even though students are expected to know the portion of the previous years, it is tough for students to remember each and every part of the vast syllabi,” a state official said.

    Goa had written to the Medical Council of India (MCI) and Union health ministry requesting them to hold the exam for Goa from 2013 onwards.

    Goa’s request has been rejected by the Centre along with other states that have requested similar relaxations stating that the fears of the states are unfounded as the syllabus has been prepared in a manner that does not put any state at an advantage or a disadvantage.

    The Union government is set to conduct the NEET for undergraduates in May 2012, a centralized common entrance test to bring in uniformity in the admission process in dentistry and medicine courses all over the country. A similar test will be held for postgraduate seats too.

    1. Its a total crap. Everyone knows the GDP of gujarat is highest. Standard of living is higher than the other states. This means the people there are richer than other states. Parents association against neet is an association of crorepati parents who have already booked their seats in private colleges or are on the verge of getting one for their moron child. Hardly 200 parents are their in the group. They will do all crook work to get their obese child into medical colleges so that he gets a good girl as bride for their fatsos.

  16. ONE MORE THING
    CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT REAL CHANGE HAS BEEN BROUGHT INTO NEET SYLLABUS? IT SEEMS TO BE COMPLETELY SAME.

    1. no topic will be excluded from final syllabus & they included human physiology as well……………..1 topic excluded from physics

      what happened with maharastra,guj ,ap And other states who oppose syllabus……..

  17. THOUGH I DON’T WANT TO GET INTO ANY KIND OF DISCUSSION BUT I WOULD LOVE TO KNOW THE REASONS WHY SOME PEOPLE HERE ARE SO EAGER FOR NEET IN 2012. WHY NOT GIVE TIME FOR STATE STUDENTS GIVE SOME TIME SO THAT THEY GET COMPETENT, WHY NOT GIVE THEM SOME TIME SO THAT THEY CAN SOLVE THEIR LANGUAGE AND SYLLABUS ISSUES , WHY NOT HAVE A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD.

  18. @ dinesh kumar…
    Dude this is a known fact… We r uselessly fighting here on this blog and many other students have already completed more than half of neet syllabus. They started preparing since draft syllabus was issued…
    We r students and our basic job is to study…
    DO THE LABOUR AND GET THE RESULT..
    These competetive xmas are rejective type and not selective type… Their main funda is “to keep the rascals out”…
    Results will be same as that of AIPMT… Out of 180, 170-175 will be highest and 65-70 percent will be cutoff…
    Only the laborious students will qualify wether from rural or from urban area…
    So guys stop fighting as time left is very small and the syllabus is not as easy as it seems to be…..

  19. Mci still sleeping. not announcing anything. how would it amtter if neet starts from 2013. it would be a great relief for majority of the nation . majority is opposing neet in 2012. so it won’t be possible.

  20. Guys, pl listen. There is no time left to keep speculating and arguing about the possibility of NEET in 2012. Judging by the trend and reports it is a foregone conclusion that all medical aspirants will have to write NEET in May 2012. The Central Govt and MCI are merely carrying out the orders of Supreme Court, hence they are not in a position to provide exemption or postpone NEET. No body has the authority to refuse NEET, b’coz it would amount to CONTEMPT OF COURT. Thats the reason why No State had come forward to announce its State CETs so far and in fact they have been waiting all this time for MCI’s announcement.

    Well, its a known fact that some section of students were aggrieved by this decision. But, India is a large country with several States having different systems of syllabus and selection, it is almost impossible to satisfy all the students. My personal empathy for those affected students. In the larger interest of the country and going by the majority, this decision to conduct NEET in 2012 has been taken. The Supreme court, the citadel of Justice and the apex judiciary body had taken this decision and it is our duty to respect the decision and follow it.

    Guys, lets face the reality, lets prepare ourselves to the ultimatum to achieve our goals of becoming good doctors in this ever changing and challenging world.

  21. I don’t think neet will be implemented dis yr in wb. Almost 70% medicos in our top med colleges r 4m rural backgrnd. So language and now the syllabus too needs more discussions. Our state cm is set to declare it soon. And it’s really IDIOTIC thought of Mci expecting our rural studnts to learn the new terms in 150 days which they themselves needed 84 days to announce. Neet is only a good idea as of now which worth lots of discussions to be implemented. Future of even one bright student DOES matter to INDIA.

    1. @soham dude from where did u get the data that 70% qualify from rural states. Then what about those data of aakash and pathfinder at kolkata from where about 80% students get selected. No release of marks and absurd subjective paper make wbjee board the most corrupted.

      1. U blv in statistics given by pathfinder and aakash? They do it 4 advertisement. Pathfinder has many rural centres too.

  22. No NEET exemption for Goa likely
    Nov 8, 2011, 03.59AM IST TNN PANAJI:
    The state is unlikely to get a year’s exemption from the national common
    entrance test for medicine and dentistry seats, sources said. Goa had written to the Medical Council of India (MCI) and Union health ministry
    requesting them to hold the exam for Goa from 2013 onwards. The fear is that Goan
    students may lose out due to delay in announcement of the new decision, which
    reduces preparation time. Goa and Maharashtra had also raised concerns over the test’s syllabi and whether the
    students would be able to cope with the difficulty level. “Central officials have conveyed to state authorities that the syllabus for the entrance
    test has been evolved by MCI taking into consideration the syllabi of all states. No state
    or board will have an advantage or disadvantage, Goa has been told. We are now not
    expecting that our request for a test for Goa only in 2013 will be considered,” state
    sources said. The source added, “MCI officials have said that feedback of all concerned is being
    considered on the draft syllabi put on the MCI website and, therefore, fears raised by
    states are unfounded.” The Union government is set to conduct the NEET (national eligibility cum entrance test)
    for undergraduates in May 2012, a centralized common entrance test to bring in
    uniformity in the admission process in dentistry and medicine courses all over the
    country. The test will be based on Class XI and XII physics, chemistry and biology
    syllabus. Similarly, the NEET-PG will be conducted in January 2012 for students seeking
    admissions to post graduate courses. The test will be based on the entire medicine and
    dentistry syllabus including internship clinical skills.

  23. hey srikanth,
    I would be very obliged if you could tell me the status of NEET PG.when union health minister gave approval for NEET,does it mean NEETPG too?please help,bcoz it was supposed to have cancelled for this year ,but ,today,TIMES OF INDIA GOA EDITION says otherwise.kindly give me some information from any reliable sources.

    1. Hello Friend,
      I admire your fighting spirit and tenacity. This decision of yours is the most sensible one under the circumstances. I have been watching you spending hours in this forum and in Internet. Instead, if you can channelize your energy and enthusiasm in your studies, I feel you can succeed in your dream of getting medical seat.
      All the best.

  24. Is site pe sirf neet supporters dekh ke tu andar se jal raha hai. Aur jalta reh aur jaroorat padi to fanda laga ke pankhe pe latak ja . You are useless. Tere marne se koi fark nahi padta kyunki tu hamare comptt ke layak nahi ja jake jhadu pocha mar wahi tera family business hai.

  25. I am fed up of gc. Whenever this pycho writes anything his ghost figure follows. This lone supporter of neet has come up with new ghost names. He writes and reply in support of his posts with ghost figure. This mental challenged has place in lunatic asylum not here. I request all the blog users to neglect this patient. Let him write and reply himself with ghost figures.

  26. HEY SRIKANTH
    CONGRATS 50 COMMENTS IN JUST 10 HOURS, CAREERMITRA IS VERY LIVELY.

    BUT I HAVE A PROBLEM, SOMEONE NAMED TUNDAI KABAB SAID BAD THINGS ABOUT ME AND WHEN I REPLIED YOU DELETED MY POST……… ATLEAST DELETE HIS ALSO.

  27. WOW DUDE WHERE WERE U TILL NOW
    SERIOUSLY GREAT THINKING MAN …. AM COMPLETELY SPEECHLESS.

    HEY KUMAR WHAT SAY MAN

    I AM’ NOT SAYING THAT BY MY COMMENTING NEET WILL GET CANCEL BUT IT SHOULD GET CANCEL. SERIOUSLY ANOTHER AIPMT OR STATE WITH STRICT VIGILANCE WON’T CAUSE ANY PROBLEM BUT LAKHS OF STUDENTS CAN PREPARE IN PROPER WAY FOR NEET. IT SHOULD BE CONDUCTED FROM 2013.

  28. OUR PUPPET HRD MINISTER OF POWERLESS GOVT. HAD SAID ABOUT COMMON EXAM OF MEDICAL AND ENGINEERING AND HOW VISION 2015 WISH TO CENTRALISE THE EDUCATION THEN WHAT IS THE HURRY ON NEET.
    HOW IS IT HELPING MERITIOUS STUDENTS AS RESERVATION REMAINS THE .
    EVEN IF NEET IS BROUGHT THEN REMOVE ALL KIND OF RESERVATIONS FROM IT.

    1. Rome was not built in a day!! Let them conduct the Neet 2012 first then you’ll see gradual changes to the system by 2015. that is why it is called Vision 2015 and not Vision 2012.

      1. With all due respect dude i didn’t wanted to get into any quarel. what u want is that govt. should keep playing with life of students till 2015.
        listen i ain’t opposing neet . but how would it matter if it is implemented in 2013 . have proper discussions on neet, release a common syllabus and give students sufficient time so that best neet could be brought and no more changes should be done in future. bringing a change at this point of time will put students under pressure.

  29. SABKO SALAM
    GUYS NEET IS NEED OF TODAY BUT IT SHOULD DEFINATELY NOT BE IMPLEMENTED IN 2012. PEOPLE HERE ARE MAKING PHILOSOPHICAL STATEMENTS ABOUT ADAPTATION TO CHANGE BUT MY DEAR FRIEND ATLEAST PROVIDE A COMMON PLAYING FIELD TO ALL. MANY OF THE NEET SUPPORTERS ON THIS FORUM ARE FROM CITIES( I SUPPOSE) BUT 80% OF INDIA STILL RESIDES IN VILLAGES WITH NOT EVEN BASIC FACILITIES. NO ONE SEEMS TO BE CARING ABOUT THEM. ALREADY THEY ARE FACING SO MUCH AND NOW NEET.
    I READ SOMEONE SAYING THAT NORTH INDIAN STATES ARE HAPPY WITH NEET?
    WELL I ‘AM FROM NORTH AND I CAN SEE ONLY CBSE STUDENTS SUPPORTING IT AND EVERYONE ELSE ARE PREPARING FOR STATE PMTS. PEOPLE ARE TAKING ABOUT CORRUPTION AND THAT CBSE HAS GOOD RECORD OF CONDUCTING EXAMS. I WOULD SAY THAT BRING NEET TO REMOVE CORRUPTION BUT PLZ ITS TOO LATE NOW SO BRING IT IN 2013 . IT HARDLY MATTERS GUYS AND CBSE BEING A CENTRAL LEVEL ORGANISATION SO NO ONE KNOWS WHAT GOES OUT THERE. AND WHY HAS THE RESERVATION OF SEATS KEPT THE SAME– THEN WHAT IS NEW THAT NEET OFFERS. PEOPLE ALSO SAY THAT POLITICIANS ARE OPPOSING NEET WHILE I ONLY SEE PARENTS WHO SEEK HELP OF POLITICIANS OPPOSING IT.
    I DON’T SAY THAT NEET WILL BE CANCELLED BUT THAT IT SHOULD GET CANCEL. PEOPLE STOP MAKING PHILOSOPHICAL COMMENTS OF CHANGE WHEN TAKING ABOUT SUCH EMOTIONAL ISSUES AS U ARE COMMENTING ON SOMEONES DREAM.
    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GUJARAT

    1. jatt paji tusi t cha gaye…. by the way tusi aye kiti ae oo ji
      i hope everyone read what jatt has written and try to understand it.

    2. Jatt,
      Awsm! Datz y we state board students wanted to say.. Some guys are talking here about same old topics lyk corruption etc etc. But how can NEET stop corruption where counclng process wl b under states? Think before commenting over someone’s dream,if there was no prblm of cnducting NEET, there wud b no strong cmplain against it.

    3. Its has always been about dreams my dear friend!! And that is why Neet is here. The price of NCERT books are the cheapest and easily available, which will bring uniformity to all. Moreover there are ample support for Neet because only 6 states are opposing but the rest have agreed. Neet got implemented in the first place because of Many students and NGOs moved to SC long before. That is the reason why it is getting implemented.

      And buddy what do u mean by “IT HARDLY MATTERS GUYS AND CBSE BEING A CENTRAL LEVEL ORGANISATION SO NO ONE KNOWS WHAT GOES OUT THERE.” ???
      Do u know exactly what happens in State exams or Council-ling?? Why should not the students of boards like ISC start crying foul since the exams are conducted by state board???

      So stop saying these non-sense stuff. Highly educated people govern the likes of MCI and SC. So respect their views.

      1. PEACE BROTHER
        IF U THINK MY COMMENTS ARE NON SENSE THEN STOP REPLYING.
        FIRST OF ALL WHO SAYS BY READING NCERT ONLY WILL U CLEAR THE EXAMS. STATE STUDENTS WILL HAVE TO LEARN A LOT MORE . ALL KNOW WHAT SOUGHT OF QUESTIONS ARE ASKED IN NATIONAL LEVEL EXAMS.

        ANOTHER THING AS I HAVE SAID THAT NEET GOT IMPLEMENTED BECAUSE OF PROTESTS OF PARENTS, BUT NOW A LOT MORE PARENTS ARE PROTESTING FOR IT TO BE HELD IN 2013. IT WON,T MATTER MUCH. MCI WILL CONDUCT NEET BUT WHEN CAN BE DECIDED BY STATES AND STUDENTS.

        EXACTLY WHAT I SAID:::: SINCE THE POWER OF COUNCELLING AND ADMITTING STUDENTS REMAIN WITH STATES , CORRUPTION WON’T BE REDUCED. NEET OFFERS NOTHING NEW , IT ONLY COMBINES AIPMT AND STATE PMTS WITH SAME RULES.

        I DON’T KNOW WHO THE HIGHLY EDUCATED PEOPLE ARE FOR U AS I HAVE SEEN THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE OPPOSING NEET.
        I AGAIN REPEAT I AND NO ONE IS AGAINST NEET. ONLY TIME IS THE MATTER.

  30. Full marks to Archisman. Frnd I am also from wb and i support your stand. Do the coaching classes have adjusted to neet syllabus or still they are teaching wb syll ?

    1. Coaching classes have nothing to adjust since human physiology has been included and the botany portion are not that huge. so they have decided not to go for subjective training. that’s it from them.

  31. people who are opposing neet are those who buy seats and give donations
    Instead of cancelling neet it will be better if 2 exams are held- one at national level , one at state level.In this way noone will have problem

  32. In WBJEE medical we dont even get to know our scores. Moreover the subjective portion is just a hoodwink. u never know what ur going to get on that since it is manually checked. These state pmts are quite faulty. In Neet atleast we’ll get to know our marks and there will be certain level of transparency in the exam system. And whoever said that geting used to neet syllabus in a short time is difficult?? i’m from a different board and i have already gone through half the cbse sylabus. So what’s the big deal? If u cant get accustom to the change then we are sorry dear, this is an elimination test and only the laborious and genious will survive. If u consider urself as one, then stop whining. Didnt u read Darwin’s Law of Survival of the fittest?? So whoever says that this Neet is unfair be damned. Neet is as per SC orders and we should respect that. Some of us who r used to the internet get to know about different medical exams and we can sit for them but what about those who live in villages or are not privileged to media knowledge? For them Neet is a boon. They can compete for all medical seats from a single exam without worrying too much, even the cost for 1 exam will be affordable for many. To me it is quite fair.

    1. Hi Archisman,
      You have very very rightly mentioned “some of us who r used to———Neet is boon”.
      That is what exactly the NEET 2012 opposers are saying but to prove a different point.My dear the aspiring doctors from villages do not even know of something named NEET because people like us from Metro and big cities have access to the internet & are privileged to know about draft syllabus put up in July 2011 and MCI after taking almost 3 months to go thru.1970 !!! responses to release final syllabus in Nov.for students to prepare for May 13 test!!!!with HSC EXAM IN FEB.2012.Believe me the students of villages are still preparing for state CET.Whether MCI or state board,no body has bothered to make any sincere efforts to inform all concerned about impending NEET.All are working mechanically without thinking of the psychology of the students.And on this and other blogs there are some who are only talking of Corruption(as if it will end with neet!!!).Most of these are CBSE guys who want to benefit from the syllabus as state board students who are in majority will find it difficult to cope up with sudden changes in syllabus and make less competitive for CBSE guys to grab medical seats.This is manipulation and is worse than corruption.

      So the point is that main opposition is not to NEET BUT TO NEET 2012.Let it be held in 2013 as then no body can claim that enough advance intimation was not given,provided the same is announced immediately thru.proper channels(state boards & colleges)that Neet is starting from 2013.This will end the uncertainty for this year and all can study peacefully and will also bring an end to unnecessary waste of time on arguing on various blogs.
      Jai Hind!

      1. Hi Vijay, You have spoken in an unbiased manner appreciate you for this; change can happen in a systematic manner it is not that MCI imposes it and people should follow it; their is no dictatorship in our country. I have seen poor students who had struggled their way and made it to engineering and medical colleges; they can’t talk English agreed but for sure they have the desire to become professionals wear a shoe and tie. Being responsible one should first understand that not everyone has enough money that they effort for a PC, Internet connection at home; these students don’t know when MCI announced about NEET, what is going on, what is the syllabus etc. all they know is they are preparing for Medical entrance exam and what ever books they have they read through it and suddenly from where they can buy books to read CBSE syllabus?

  33. jab humare desh kasab jaisa terrorist abhi tak zinda hai kyunki woh bar bar case kar raha hai toh neet to phir bhi desh ke log hi oppose kar rahe hain.
    jai hind

  34. Regarding Gujarat’s demands. Its demand about Gujarati language is a valid one to some extent not fully. The students are expected to read, write and study in English language while doing MBBS. As such, they should develop proficiency in English in Intermediate stage itself.
    MCI should relax its stand and allow Gujrati atleast for couple of years.

    The other 2 demands are irrelevant and unreasonable as MCI had done enough to declare that 85% quota remains with the States and syllabus had been bridged to the maximum extent possible.

    The Govt apparently is playing vote game. However, Supreme court orders will prevail on it.

    1. when Gujarat says”No” to NEET-2012, it will be the black day in the histroy of Gujarat. I still say please see the interest of larger population of Gujarat who is in favour of NEET except few handful rich Gujarati who is interested in merit manipulation in Mahrastra and Karnatka medical college as earlier. Gujarati language can not be the basis for not Joining the NEET. I ask how many students who have qualified GUJCET-2011 for medical appeared in Gujarati language. It may be Nil. I further submit Gujarat is the money spinner for Agents of Pvt Medical college of Karnatka and Maharastra. These agents are based in Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Valsad, Navsari, Rajkot, etc. Yes. NEET is certainly going to effect their business. I hope the honest Modi Goverment is not aware with the scrupulous trading of medical seats in Gujarat. If the Modi Govt is nor careful, there will be one or two minister of Modi Govt who will go in Raja or Kalmadi way. The story and position of Ketan Desai is known to every body . The story is not very old. I request few people of Gujarat please allow NEET-2012 to avoid any scam in future like Ketan Desai or 2G or Commonwealth games.

      1. Mr. bk gupta
        agar gujarat ya koi bhi aur non hindi speaking state neet mein forcefully ghasidha jata hai toh woh humare desh aur democracy ka ant hoga. main apko ek salah deta hoon ki sadkon pe nikliye aur pata kijye neet ke support mein kaun khada hai, apko gujarat mein koi nahi mile ga. apne dil ki tasali ke liye jhoti battein na likhiye. koi bhi neet ko mana nahi kar raha hai bas uska samay galat hai. app kismat wale lagate hain ki aap cbse mein achi padhai le sake par sab itne lucky nahi hai.
        humare bhavishya ke sath na khelo.

        1. MAI SADKON PAR NIKAL KE LOGO KI HI BHASHA BOL RAHA HUN. HAN , YEH JARUR HAI KI YEH AMIRO KI BHASHA NAHI HAI. YEH UNKI BHASHA HAI JO MEHNAT KARNA JANTE HAI. ISKA CBSE ATHWA GBSE SE KOI LENA DENA NAHIN HAI. AAP KO YAAD DILA DOON KI VARSH 2010 ME 29TH RANK PAR IIT JEE ME GUJARAT KA HI LADKA THA. USKE LIYE BHASHA KABHO BHI RODA NAHI BANI. AAYE HAM SHAPTH LE KI HAM CAPITAION FEE NAHIN DENGE. SAREE SAMSYA KA SAMASHAN APNE AAP HO JAYEGA.

          1. PLZ BK GUPTA KISI 1 KA EXAMPLE DEKE AESI BATTEIN NA RAKHO.
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            AND PVT COLLEGE EXAMS
            AISA PMT MEIN KYUN NAHIN… KAM SE KAM DO TOH HONE HI CHAHIYE.

  35. Sare states ki sarkar nikammi hai. Koi bhi state govt neet ko rokne ke process ka kaam nhi karne wali sabhi sirf bhasan dene mein mahir hain ki neet nahi hoga. Ab tak to sc mein yachika bhi dayar nahi hui hai neet ke against. Lets see how far gujarat, ap, mah go to stop its implementation on their state. India mein har kam slow pace se hota hai aur max incomplete reh jata hai deadline se pehle. jab tak yeh sc tak jayenge neet ho chuki hoga. I pity on anti neet students.

  36. another thing neet came into existence when some parents filed cases against the ongoing medical system , then sc relised about the problem. with so many parents again protesting , this time sc will understand the problem.

  37. i don’t get it why people are shouting about corruption when the reservation is same and states keep the right to admit students, then how does things change. alredy it is november, it is way too late for neet. though i remain a firm supporter of neet but i question the timing of it .with so many legal notices against mci i think neet will cancel this year. by mid november notification of other pmts will be out. sc may be behind neet but the states can decide about the timing.

    1. here not is matter of reservation,its matter of corruption means in pure hindi it is called DHANDLI also it is called fixing also it is called mbbs seats for sale in this ur seat will fixed before the exam u have to just face the exam so karan i want to say that merit prepared by mci will be purely on ur marks basis, purely on your performance basis,purely u will get ur hard work’s bonus but in some state pmt u can not get the same

  38. The same will happen with gujrat…

    AP in a fix as Centre ignores plea on Neet

    The Centre has ignored the state government’s plea regarding exempting candidates from Andhra Pradesh from the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
    (Neet) till 2014 for MBBS admissions. In a communication sent to the Medical
    Education department, the Centre has made it clear that Neet is being held on the
    directions of the Supreme Court and it has no role to play in the issue. The Centre
    suggested that the state government approach the Supreme Court for exemption. With no signs of a positive response from the Centre over Neet, the state
    government has decided to make a last-ditch effort to seek exemption at least for
    this year. Health minister D.L. Ravindra Reddy has decided to meet Union health
    minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Tuesday at New Delhi and discuss the issue with
    him. The state government is also contemplating sending a team headed by the
    minister for primary education D. Shailajanath to convince the Centre regarding exempting Andhra Pradesh from Neet for the present. “I will explain the practical problems being faced by the state government in
    adopting Neet from this year to the Centre,” Mr Ravindra Reddy said. “I will also
    bring to the notice of the Union health minister, Mr Ghulam Nabi Azad the concerns
    being expressed by students, parents and teachers over Neet,” he added. Mr
    Ravindra Reddy also said that while there was no objection to Neet on a broader
    perspective, the problem was with the timing of the exam. “If students are informed about any exam changes while they take admission to Inter First Year,
    there will be no problem. But now the Inter students have already completed the
    first year of the course and only five months are left to finish the second year,” he
    said. “At this stage, if we ask them to appear for the exam in a new format, it will be
    unfair. The students, parents and teachers are tensed over the issue,” Mr Ravindra
    Reddy added.

        1. Beta kaun kiski chat raha hai yahan pe sabko pata hai. Gc gaya * marane. gc tera baap lagta hai isiliye tu gc ko support de raha hai. par kuch hone wala nahi kyunki neet ki date ane ke baad khud gc ki g* band ho gayi hai.

  39. Ahmedabad: With the Medical Council of India (MCI) recent announcement that the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) will be held only in English and Hindi language, a lot of parents all over the country are fuming. Most of them want the exam to be held in regional languages too. This apart, parents are also angry with the sudden change in the syllabus at such a short notice. A protest was held in the city on Sunday evening in this regard, wherein around 200 parents met and discussed their future course of action.

    In the meet, aggrieved parents decided to form three committees under the ‘Parents Association against NEET’. “With four members in each committee, the parents formed Core, Finance and Legal committees, which will take care of different issues while fighting against MCI’s decision. Also a resolution was passed to meet state health Minister Jaynarayan Vyas,” said a parent.

    The parents also stated that there is ambiguity about the government’s stand in the matter and want a clear picture on the issue. “In few days, we will approach Vyas to present our issue. Till now, government has supported us very well in our fight but we still want a clear picture whether the government will support us till the end.” Another parent said that the Maharashtra government has filed a case in the Supreme Court and it is expected from the state government to do the same. “If the government won’t support us in this fight, we will then file a case in the Supreme Court soon,” a parent stated.

    Moreover, parents have shown discontentment on the new syllabus of NEET. “The experts took 84 days to prepare the new syllabus and they believe that the students should switch to the new syllabus suddenly and complete their preparations within 150 days.

    Also, as per the new syllabus the candidates will have to study the syllabus of 11th Science again to prepare for the entrance test. At present, our children are studying in Std. 12 science and are preparing for NEET. Now the students will again have to refer and study Std. 11science for their preparations, which is really unfair and not acceptable,” stated Jignesh Bhatt, member of core committee of the Association. The NEET is scheduled to be held on May 13, 2012.

    1. A GROUP OF 200 PARENTS is a tiny pack of dissidents which means that majority of the parents/students are in favour of NEET in 2012. These parents should reconcile themselves and adopt NEET immdly. Some vested interests are also instigating these minority parents and they should not fall prey to such evil forces.

  40. Gandhinagar/ Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government has refused to accept the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to MBBS course after class 12.

    Government spokesperson and state Health Minister Jay Narayan Vyas cited legal complications and also stated that the national level test would not be in the interest of Gujarat students.

    Talking to the media on Wednesday, Vyas said, “Gujarat has a single window system for admission to professional courses. The state has already been implementing the Supreme Court guidelines in this regard since 2007. The state conducts a common entrance examination every year known as GUJCET under the Gujarat Professional Medical Educational Colleges or Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fees) Act, 2007. It is the mechanism for admission to courses in medicine, dentistry, ayurvedic medicine, homeopathy, physiotherapy and paramedical courses like nursing etc.”

    He said that if the state accepts NEET, there will be a legal conflict between the state Act passed in 2007 and NEET. “Even if the state has to accept NEET, we need to amend or change the Act of 2007 and get it passed in the assembly,” said the health minister.

    He said, “The main point that will affect Gujarat students a lot is that the test will be conducted in only two languages, Hindi and English. In Gujarat, 85 per cent students are studying in Gujarati medium and they will have to bear the brunt of it because of this. We feel that NEET should also be conducted in regional languages for the welfare of students. In fact, in India, competitive examinations like that for civil services are also conducted in the regional languages apart from English and Hindi.”

    Vyas also said that presently 85 per cent of the total seats in medical colleges in the state are reserved for students of Gujarat and 15% seats for students from the rest of the country through Pre Medical Test (PMT). It is not clear whether the 85 per cent quota for students of Gujarat will be retained or not after NEET is accepted. If this reservation is not maintained, it is possible that many students of the state might not get medical education. Further, the syllabus for NEET is not clearly stated online, he said.

    He also said that he has written a letter to the Union health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad in this regard. Vyas said, “We have a federal system in our country and consultation with the state is required to bring about such changes, which has not been followed in this case. There should be a ministerial level consultation meeting for the issue, which has not been done. So, taking all these issues into consideration, the Gujarat government has decided not to agree to the implementation of NEET in the state.”

    1. @Sunil
      Allready same letter written by AP Govt & they replied by Ministry that neet is as per Supreme Court Order they can not do any thing & adivised to approach to court.

      1. kumar central govt. has no say in this matter and that is why they could not respond. govt. has asked ap to go to sc. with so many people going court some effect will definately be their. because sc is backing neet their fore it will definately be taking place but when is the question?????? with such opposition most probable answer is 2013.

        1. Entire nation was opposing Petrol Hike. What happened? Central Govt simply said ‘NO’ and everybody listened and reconciled themselves. Petrol was hiked 11 times in the last one year and yet nobody could do anything to stop this.

          In the case of NEET, the orders are from Supreme Court and Central Govt’s Ministry of Health had already decided to hold NEET. Hence, the State Govt cannot duck under NEET on their own. Their only hope is Supreme court, but I doubt whether court will exempt the opposing states from NEET this year.

  41. Ahmedabad: With the Medical Council of India (MCI) recent announcement that the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) will be held only in English and Hindi language, a lot of parents all over the country are fuming. Most of them want the exam to be held in regional languages too. This apart, parents are also angry with the sudden change in the syllabus at such a short notice. A protest was held in the city on Sunday evening in this regard, wherein around 200 parents met and discussed their future course of action.

    In the meet, aggrieved parents decided to form three committees under the ‘Parents Association against NEET’. “With four members in each committee, the parents formed Core, Finance and Legal committees, which will take care of different issues while fighting against MCI’s decision. Also a resolution was passed to meet state health Minister Jaynarayan Vyas,” said a parent.

    The parents also stated that there is ambiguity about the government’s stand in the matter and want a clear picture on the issue. “In few days, we will approach Vyas to present our issue. Till now, government has supported us very well in our fight but we still want a clear picture whether the government will support us till the end.” Another parent said that the Maharashtra government has filed a case in the Supreme Court and it is expected from the state government to do the same. “If the government won’t support us in this fight, we will then file a case in the Supreme Court soon,” a parent stated.

    Moreover, parents have shown discontentment on the new syllabus of NEET. “The experts took 84 days to prepare the new syllabus and they believe that the students should switch to the new syllabus suddenly and complete their preparations within 150 days.

    Also, as per the new syllabus the candidates will have to study the syllabus of 11th Science again to prepare for the entrance test. At present, our children are studying in Std. 12 science and are preparing for NEET. Now the students will again have to refer and study Std. 11science for their preparations, which is really unfair and not acceptable,” stated Jignesh Bhatt, member of core committee of the Association. The NEET is scheduled to be held on May 13, 2012.

    http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/GUJ-AHD-parents-irked-at-neets-2-language-rule-2546655.html

  42. @ game changer…
    Frend bihar, up, jharkhand and other northern states dont have any problem with neet… Rather students from these states are very happy with neet because here corruption is at its peak….

    1. ya dude u r right, corruption is at its peak in some state pmt i.e. why we r supporting neet so that only the deserving student can go through it and india will have very good doctors in future

      1. raghav since the reservation quota is same and since states will be keeping the rights to admit students therrefore neet won’t be much of a use.

        1. The difference is who holds the entrance exam?? NEET will be held by CBSE which has a good reputation for holding fair exam. Whereas several State CETs were found to be bogus and corrupt. Merited students actually stand to gain in NEET.

  43. Ha ha ha ha ha haaaaa…..

    All these politicians are high quality BESHARM ppl….
    Kaha tak jayenge ye sab..??? Supreme court tak hi na, fir wapas wahi laut kar aayenge… Wo kehte hain na “laut ke buddhu ghar ko aaye”
    Well mci was supposed to release question bank containing 2000 questions for neet ug.. Do anyone has any idea about this…???????

        1. I dont think so, they may give some sample question in broucher but surely this will be fair comptetion as nobody is aware level of question either you are taking coaching or not.

    1. Question bank containing 2000 questions was meant for neet pg & not ug. So there won’t be any release of question bank. There is no use of it to take exam if it has to release 2000 questions becoz the muggers will claim the top ranks without studying.

  44. Hello Game Changer
    I realy like your fighting sprit inspite less support you keep on putting your view strongly, friend keep it up in exam too, your this attitude give u sure suceess in entrance exam, you trust me this attitude rarely people have.

    Now coming to the Neet u also know that 99% chances is positive only 1% chance is on negative side if any miracle happens this is based on today situation.if state who are oppsing realy serious they publish their notification seperataly they are not doing so because they know judiciary power. so keep on your preparation we will be discussing our suceeses on same blog.

  45. Gujrat is not out side from India they will & have to accept supreme court order, this is nothing but dirty vote poltics.
    if they have problem they can go court as center has already reply to AP that they are helpless.

  46. HELLO SRIKANTH
    WHY ONLY GUJARAT WE KNOW ABOUT TAMIL NADU, AP, UP, BIHAR, KARNATAKA, KERALA , MAHARASHTRA……….. NORTH EASTERN STATES ALSO HAD PROBLEMS WITH NEET LIKE ASSAM……. ONLY MP HAS MADE ITS STAND CLEAR TILL NOW…
    WITH SUCH OPPOSITION I DOUBT NEET STANDS A CHANCE…..

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