Andhra Pradesh the neighbor state of Karnataka has recently secured exemption from NEET UG 2012 for 2 years; following the trend Karnataka too says they are opting out from NEET UG in 2012 and like Andhra Pradesh they too will join from 2014. Deccan Chronicle had reported saying ” Higher Education Minister V S Acharya on Saturday spoke to DC and has said they will join the single window admission test after making necessary modifications to the existing PUC (Inter) curriculum to match with CBSE syllabus. And this can happen over a span of two years from now – Acharya said”
The syllabus and the timing of the announcement from the Medical Council of India has come in a very bad time; when the students have already made their preparations basing on the state syllabus it just disturbs them to concentrate on a new syllabus. Though Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are not just the states which are opposing NEET UG; no State has readily come forwarded and agreed to NEET UG 2012.
Till date Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Jammu and Kashmir are out of this national level common medical entrance test proposed by MCI.
What choice does MCI have now? Any tip, idea or advice to them! Should MCI go ahead and conduct NEET UG on May 13, 2011? Leave your thoughts!
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