Karnataka Too Opts Out From NEET UG 2012

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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68 thoughts on “Karnataka Too Opts Out From NEET UG 2012”

  1. Breaking News – West Bengal Medical Council Chairman (of WB JEE) has announced on 30.11.11 that Notification of JEE (both Engg and Medical) will be published in 2 weeks and the exam will be held in mid April 12. State will take their own medical entrance exam as done previously since the MCI/Union Health Ministry has not brought out any Notification for NEET yet.

  2. Think about the education of MBBS in local languages, Is it possible? comon dear oppose of neet is only a stunt and nothing else.
    MCI should take a strong action and should cancle recognition of Medical college if opposes neet.
    MCI should nopt keep students in dilema.

  3. Dear game bhai
    Every body looking neet by their own criteria so ppl oppose or support but still nothing is clear. I remember last year CBSE started on line form filling from 15 NOV ownwards but this year it is not so.so taking consideration of all news up to now it seems there are very fare chance that neet will be on their way by leaving some state.but specialy You & my self belongs to north state which are not at all in picture of oppse, so we may face neet.
    since any way I will appering in AIIMS so compltet syllabus has to be studied so syllabus is not problem to any person who want to appear in other exam apart from STATE PMT(if we assume that neet is cancelled)
    some state mahrashtra I know based on 12th syllabus only thats why they are scaring they dont want to study 11th again & truely speaking now they dont have time also.
    state PMT is good but what I learned from my expearience that if you have capability in top 50 or 100 then only u can get seat rest of seats are fixed second option is private college so if you have rich dady u can join otherwise take drop.

    so finaly whether it is neet or AIPMT now this is the limitthey should make it clear because it is giving frustration in mind while studying. let us hope thing will get cleared in this week or next week.

  4. 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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  5. Anyone who is using pc please copy and paste the article ‘volte face on neet’ by deccan chronicle. Its really exposing the corrupt karnataka govt.

  6. Dear Prince,
    Aapki baatein ek dam sahi hai. Par baat wahi aake rukti hai, satya pareshan ho raha hai. Ravan ke raj me ram ki koi sunane wala hi nahi. Ram ki halat ye hai ki koi bhi unki dhanush chin leta hai. Koi baat nahi yaad rakho staya pareshan ho sakta hai parajit nahi. Yadurappa ke baad gowda ka number hai karnatka mein. Andhra me jagan mohan reddy ki halat dekh hi rahe hain. Mharashtra mein ashok Chavan ki kya halat hai , ye sabko pata hai. Raja kanimozi, jaylalita ke bhi kya kahane TN mein. Ye sab log hi hamare samaj ke pratibimb ho gaye hain. Koi baat nahi sabra karte hain. Let us wait Jo hoga accha hoga.

    1. AISI GAWARIYAT BHARI BATEN KARNA BAND BHI KARO MR. …….. JIN POLITICIANS KA TUMNE NAAM LIYA HAI WOH AGAR ZARA BHI INTERESTED HOTE TO NEET KABKA CANCEL HO CHUKA HOTA ……… IN STATES KE PARENTS AND STUDENTS KE OPPOSE KARNE PAR HI YEH LOG JAGE HAIN AUR WAISE BHI NEET PE STAY COURT HI LAGA SAKTA HAI …….. IS CASE MEIN SATYA PARESHAN NAHI HO RAHA HAI ……. TUMHARE CASE MEIN TUMHARI AAKHON PE JHUD KI CHADRE BANDHI HUI HAI HO TUMHE SATYA DEKHNE SE ROK RAHI HAI ……….

  7. MCI notification on NEET stayed

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    The Karnataka High Court on Monday stayed the notifications issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) for conducting a common National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses.

    Justice S. Abdul Nazeer passed the interim order on petitions filed by the Karnataka Private Medical and Dental Colleges’ Association and the Karnataka Religious and Linguistic Minorities Professional Colleges’ Association.

    The first NEET for the MBBS course is scheduled in May 2012. There are 38 medical colleges in Karnataka, of which 10 colleges are run by State Government and 28 by private managements, including deemed-to-be universities.

    The petitioner associations have contended a countrywide NEET will lead to changes in the existing admission procedure based on statues and rules framed by the State Government as per the directions of the Supreme Court.

    “NEET for MBBS course has many lacunae and shortcomings, which have to be addressed by all the authorities concerned, failing which it will jeopardise the career of lakhs of students all over India,” the petitioners said while pointing out that the curriculum followed in classes 11 and 12 in States was different from the curriculum proposed by the NCERT for the NEET examination.

    The MCI, the petitions pointed out, did not provide any opportunity to the Karnataka Government or the petitioners before issuing notifications for a common entrance test at the national level. Making NEET compulsory for admission to private unaided medical colleges would amount to interference in the admission process of these colleges and it would be contrary to verdicts of the Supreme Court, which has granted greater autonomy to these colleges in the admission process, the petitioners have contended.

    1. That’s a great news for all the medical aspirants in Karnataka. But why is the Maharashtra government still in deep slumber. Originally it was 5 states who opposed the neet, out of which 4 states are out. Mahrashrtra state has still not awakened to the students problems and is wasting ample of valuable time of students.

  8. good morning DR. Game
    32 colleges get HC stay on NEET

    Bangalore, November 21, DHNS: The Karnataka High Court on Monday stayed
    undergraduate and postgraduate medical /
    dental course admissions through the common
    National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) to
    32 colleges in the State. Following the Supreme Court’s directions, the
    medical and dental admissions were to be made
    through the uniform NEET from the 2012-13
    academic year. But the State had written to the
    Centre seeking two years’ time to prepare for the
    test. High Court Judge Abdul Nazeer ordered the stay
    will be applicable to only 30 colleges under the
    Karnataka Private Medical and Dental Colleges
    Association, the Bangalore-based M S Ramiaiah
    Medical College and Managalore’s Father Mueller
    Medical College. The petitioners had sought quashing of the amendment that cleared the way
    for the NEET. They told the court that the Supreme Court had, in
    its direction suggested different exams for different
    states and also prescribed how exams must be
    conducted in Karnataka but none of this has been
    taken into consideration while making the
    amendment. Claiming that the government was not consulted
    before making the amendments, the petitioners
    said the prescribed format will affect the students. Arguing that even when every state has its own
    entrance exam the whole process takes about two
    months and sometimes the selection process is not
    complete even after the admissions have begun,
    they said: “…And if we were to have a single exam
    it will go on for months, affecting students.”

    1. BABA BHAI YAAR MAIN THAK GAYA HOON KARNATAKA . AP AURBAKI STATES KI OPPOSITION SUN SUN KE….. KAHIN AISA NA HO KI YEH STATES EXEMPT HO JAYE AUR BAKI STATES NEET PE LATAK JAYE ……… YEH STATES BHI KEVAL APNE LIYE HI LAD RAHE HAIN ……….. EK TO YEH MCI WALE BHI APNI BIWI YOON KI CHUT MEIN CHUPE HUA HAIN JO KUCH BOLTE HI NAHI HAIN ……. ITNE SARE STATES KO EXEMPT KAR KE NEET TO HO NAHI SAKTA………

  9. Can anyone answer why only these 5 states have problem with neet…?????
    For ap, wb and tamil nadu i can understand that there is language problem.. But what happend with karnataka and gujrat..????
    These states get huge tax from private med collges and this is the only reason for their opposition… And not the language or syllabus is the problem for these states…
    They are not doing this for their students but r doing for their pocket….
    When mci anounced that she will conduct neet this year and will release syllabus soon then no states opposed but as mci anounced the date(13th may) they started shouting of having language and syllabus problem….
    And one thing i cant understand that when mci has already declared that
    1). it will not interfare with state reservation quota
    2). 85% of seates are for state only
    3). Percentile system is at its best..
    Then why the heck al these states have problems…
    If some chapters are nt included in the state board syllabus then all the state board students of the state will not answer questions from these chapters.. Thus the competetion is same yaar and still they are going to get admison under state quota due to percentile system….
    All these rumours regarding disadvantages of neet have been spread by these private collge and opposition leaders….
    Ye opposition leaders jidhar ki hawa hoti hai udher ki hi boli lagate hain apna ullu sidha karne ke liye…. Bloody duffers…..

    1. It is not only these states , but majority of students from all other states like Kerala, Bengal, Maharastra,Assam and many more are against the haste in introducing NEET in 2012.
      before any change is made on this type of competitive exam a minimum of 2 years notice has to be given to the students and the teachers. NEET will not solve the problem of multiple entrance exam , as the candidates has to anyway attend different tests for vetinary, agriculture and other medical allied courses. Most of the state CETs are common for all these coureses. This type of hurried introduction of NEET for whatever reason it may be will be directly againt the poor students , not able to attend any costly coaching classes.In my opinion NEET has to be slowly introduced after giving a notice of a minimum of 2 years with the correct sylabus in place with clear cut planning from MCI about the foolproof method of conducting the exam.

    2. BRO
      THE REAL PROBLEM IS THAT U DON’T WANT TO FACE THAT MANY STATES ARE OPPOSING AND WANT TO GET A STAY ON NEET . ONLY MP HAD EARLIER ANNOUNCED ABOUT NEET ……. HAD OTHER STATES ALSO BEEN SUPPORTING THIS IDEA THEY WOULD ALSO HAVE ANNOUNCED NEET……….. WE ALL MEDICAL ASPIRANTS FACE THE SAME PROBLEM OF CORRUPTION AND MULTIPLE EXAM BUT I DON’T SEE NEET SOLVING ANY OF THESE . AS U MIGHT ALSO BE KNOWING THAT RIGHT TO ADMIT THE STUDENTS IS BEING KEPT BY THE STATES THEN HOW WILL CORRUPTION BE REDUCED. I HAVE SAID IT BEFORE , I SUPPORT 2 EXAM THEORY. THEIR SHOULD BE TWO EXAM OR TWO CHANCES A MEDICAL STUDENT MUST BE HAVING. NEET IS NOT AT ALL OFFERING ANYTHING NEW . ALL WE WANT IS THAT PROPER TIME SHOULD BE GIVEN TO STUDENTS TO PREPARE FOR A NATIONAL LEVEL EXAM . WHY HASN’T MCI NOT ANNOUNCED ANYTHING TILL NOW???????? YOU CANNOT GO AND MAKE CHANGES WITH YEAR ALMOST AT THE END. WE BOTH ARE CBSE STUDENTS.

      OUR STATES FOLLOW NCERT PORTION SO IT SHOULD NOT MATTER TO US WHAT AIPMT OR NEET. BUT WITH STATE WE STAND AN EXTRA CHANCE OF GETTING A SEAT…….
      THINK ABOUT THOSE WHO PREPARE ONLY FOR STATE PMTS………
      BRING NEET WITH ALL COLLEGES (EVEN AIIMS AND JIPMER BHMS COURSES AND OTHER) UNDER IT. BUT AS OF NOW NEET IS ONLY TROUBLING STUDENTS ….
      WTF IS PERCENTILE SYSTEM …….

    3. kya yaar prince …… yeh sari baatein hum pehle bhi discuss kar chuke hain aur tum abhi tak nahi samjhe…….

      pehle to tum clear karo ki tum neet ke itne paksha mein kyun ho ?????? plz yaar corruption ke alawa koi reason dena……….

  10. Cancel NEET for 2 years, says parents’ body
    Published: Monday, Nov 21, 2011, 17:46 IST
    By DNA Correspondent | Place: Ahmedabad | Agency: DNA

    The parents’ association fighting against the proposed National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to medical colleges has requested the Gujarat government to support their cause. The association has also protested against exclusion of regional languages for conduct of NEET.

    NEET is a common admission test for admission to all medical colleges across the country. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has decided to hold a single entrance test (NEET) for medical aspirants from early 2012 in order not to burden such students with multiple tests. While one NEET is proposed for admission to MBBS, another NEET is planned for MD/MS courses.

    Association core committee member, Dr Jignesh Shah, said: “The chief minister and the leader of opposition of Andhra Pradesh have approached the Central government and union health minister for cancellation of NEET for next two years in the state. So the Gujarat government should also take a similar step.”

    Even Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have decided not to go for NEET for the next two years. And West Bengal government will soon organise a seminar for the students, parents, teachers as well as members of the state cabinet to take a decision on the issue for the betterment of students. “We expect a similar response from the Gujarat government and want their complete support throughout our fight. For the betterment of students, we also urge them to cancel NEET for the next two years in Gujarat,” added Shah.

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  12. Hi…..Can any one tell me whether Medical council of India is going to conduct Common medical entrance exam this acadamic year….I’m presently studing 12th and will finish in March 2012…….will there be Entrance exam for me????….plz answer

  13. yes . its better to implement from 2014 .its safe and secure for al the students of the country. we need to look on not only to the cbse syllabus students bt also the state syllabus students. EQUALITY,FRATERNITY AND LIBERTY IS THE MOTO OF OUR COUNTRY???????????? PLS MAINTAIN……………………………….

  14. neet2012 ke liye core syllabus july me aa gaya tha aur mei neet ke syllabus ki taiyari kar raha hu. ab agar neet nahi hoti hai to hamare jaise lacs of student problem face karenge.

  15. @ prince & bk gupta ab tum dono hi ho NEET ka support kar rahe ho baki q nahi kar rahe hai .
    Ager NEET abhi nahi hui to phir kabhi bhi nahi ho sakti qunki 2014 mai to election hai . Government bhi badal jayegi .
    Iska matlab tum kabhi bhi doctor nahi ban paooge . es liye you want need go to SupremeCourt . Go fast dude.

  16. Come, Let us think over. Problem of Language , Shortage of time, problem of diffetrent syllabus is occuring only in those states who are having maximum no. of Private medical colleges. Why? You may get the answer. We still want to live in the era of merit manipulation technique like “SMS like Attempts only 20 questions”, “Fill with pencil” ,”SMS like Confirmed admission”. SMS like “Package of 40 lac”. We still want to produce doctors having quality of “Munnabhai” MBBS and “Mastram” ki degree(MD). Why?

    1. Thanks for thought provoking write up ,Prince. Mujhe to sara khel paise ka lagta hai. It is not from Karnatka , it is from Mahrastra , AP , TN and little bit Gujarat too. NEET se logo ki “Malai income” band hone wali hai. I think Indian MEDIICAL EDUCATION (mbbs from Pvt Medical college) Has gone in the hands of Black marketeers.

    2. Hi Gupta,
      Thats a very interesting observation. Private college’s moles are everywhere, they are present among politicians, students, NGOs, media etc. They are the ones who project a false impression to many that NEET is harmful to students.

      1. QUITE FUNNY U CALL THESE OBSERVATIONS AS INTERESTING WHILE THE SAME THINGS WERE BEING WRITTEN IN OCTOBER WHEN I ENTERED THIS FORUM ……… GUYS THESE REASONS HAVE GONE OLD NOW. …. BRING SOMETHING NEW ………

        1. @ game changer…
          Can u answer why only these 5 states have problem with neet…?????
          For ap, wb and tamil nadu i can understand that there is language problem.. But what happend with karnataka and gujrat..????
          These states get huge tax from private med collges and this is the only reason for their opposition… And not the language or syllabus is the problem for these states…
          They are not doing this for their students but r doing for their pocket….
          When mci anounced that she will conduct neet this year and will release syllabus soon then no states opposed but as mci anounced the date(13th may) they started shouting of having language and syllabus problem….
          And one thing i cant understand that when mci has already declared that
          1). it will not interfare with state reservation quota
          2). 85% of seates are for state only
          3). Percentile system is at its best..
          Then why the heck al these states have problems…
          If some chapters are nt included in the state board syllabus then all the state board students of the state will not answer questions from these chapters.. Thus the competetion is same yaar and still they are going to get admison under state quota due to percentile system….
          All these rumours regarding disadvantages of neet have been spread by these private collge and opposition leaders….
          Ye opposition leaders jidhar ki hawa hoti hai udher ki hi boli lagate hain apna ullu sidha karne ke liye…. Bloody duffers…..

  17. chances for neet in karnataka is 70% now…..

    Govt in spot over need for NEET
    Asha Krishnaswamy,Bangalore,

    November 20, DHNS:
    Admissions to the undergraduate medical courses
    in the State next year are likely to be the usual
    juggling act with the State government indecisive
    on introduction of National Eligibility Cum Entrance
    Test (NEET). The Supreme Court in March this year, allowed the
    Union Government and the Medical Council of India
    (MCI) to conduct NEET, a single entrance examination
    for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate
    medical courses in all colleges across the country from
    the next academic year. The State Cabinet in its meeting on November 17,
    however, was divided on adopting the new system in
    Karnataka with two ministers airing diametrically
    opposite views. While Higher Education Minister Dr V S
    Acharya felt that students from the State would find it
    difficult to attempt NEET, Medical Education Minister S A Ramdas was firm on going ahead with the single
    entrance examination. The Cabinet decided to refer the
    issue to a group of senior ministers to discuss the
    merits and demerits of the proposal. Acharya is of the view that the syllabus for pre-
    university courses in the State is not on a par with that
    of Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) and
    hence Karnataka students will be at a disadvantage in
    cracking the NEET. “We should not put our students to inconvenience. Our
    PU syllabus does not match with that of the CBSE. The
    first PU syllabus will be upgraded in 2012 and the
    second year syllabus in the next year. We, therefore,
    will join the NEET in 2014. Besides, our teachers too
    should be trained to teach the new syllabus. But we are not against NEET,” he said. He was categorical that
    the State will not introduce the NEET in 2012. He said
    the government will approach the Supreme Court
    explaining the practical difficulties. However, the conclusion of Acharya without any
    interaction with stakeholders – students and
    academicians – has raised eyebrows. It is apparent that
    the people at the helm are not willing to antagonise
    the powerful lobby of private medical colleges, more
    active particularly in the coastal districts. The MCI is likely to conduct NEET for MBBS next May
    and the State government has two options before it –
    either to go for the new system or contest it in the
    court. If the government elects to join NEET, students will
    have to be trained for the new system which may
    include learning additional syllabus. And the second
    option may lead to a long-drawn legal battle, keeping
    the stakeholders on their toes. In case the court upholds the proposed test, students
    will be left with very short time for preparation. Tamil
    Nadu is out of the NEET purview since it has obtained a
    stay from the High Court even before the Supreme
    Court okayed the single entrance examination. Official sources say that it is easy to prepare students
    for the new entrance examination rather than fighting
    a protracted legal battle. The government has to make its stand clear early as
    students, as of now, would get full six months to
    prepare for the examination. Classes can be conducted
    for rural students through television channels while
    web-based coaching comes in handy for urban
    students. The Karnataka Examination Authority conducted
    classes through Doordarshan last year. The sources point out that 1,000 more seats will be
    available under the national-level examination system
    and hence, meritorious students would be at an
    advantage. According to sources, the merit list will be drawn
    separately for each state and hence there will be no
    competition from students of other states. However, in
    the absence of a differential fee structure, the fee may
    go up in all likelihood. Fears of private colleges The stakes are high for private medical colleges. They
    fear that the NEET may snatch their control over the
    ‘lucrative’ management quota seats, which fetch them
    crores of rupees. Further, the new regime compels
    them for strict adherence to the MCI guidelines. Failing
    to comply with the guidelines may attract stringent punishment including jail term, sources said. However, official sources said that private colleges
    need not have any reservation on the NEET if they are
    not “selling the seats at exorbitant price.” The
    management quota will continue even under the new
    system. Seat-sharing For the year 2011, the government and private
    unaided colleges shared the seats in 60:40 ratio, in
    terms of a consensual agreement. The agreement was reached keeping in abeyance the
    Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions
    (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fee) Act,
    2006. According to the Act, the government should fix
    the fee on the basis of recommendations of a
    committee headed by a retired judge. The government chose not to accept the
    recommendations of Justice Padmaraj Committee on
    fee structure and instead preferred the consensual
    agreement route, as done in previous years. Medical Education Minister Ramdas said the
    government should go in for NEET and do away with
    the consensual agreement arrangement. “We should
    enforce the 2006 Act and the government must have
    its final say in determining the fee structure in all
    categories of colleges. More meritorious students will secure admissions this way,” he said. K H Gopalakrishne Gowda, Principal Secretary, Medical
    Education, termed NEET as the best method for
    students since they need not appear for multiple
    examinations to secure a single seat. “There is no third party inspection into preparation of
    merit list by private institutions. Let there be a
    common merit list. Private colleges will not lose their
    quota of seats and let there be transparency in fee
    collection too.” He felt that there would be some problems in going for
    the single test regime due to difference in syllabus.
    Gowda said the syllabus needs to be revised so as to
    make students face intense competition. Gowda said there was no need to assume that the fee
    would go up in the absence of a differential fee
    structure. He said a committee headed by a retired
    judge works out the fee structure. “At the same time, we should be practical enough to
    accept that private colleges can impart quality
    education if allowed to collect reasonable fees,” he said.
    With Acharya making his stand clear, there seems to be
    little task before the group of ministers asked to study
    the issue. Some private medical universities have invited applications for the PG medical courses
    commencing next academic year. Any dithering on the
    part of the government is sure to leave the students in
    the lurch.

  18. implementing this new system after the students have started preparations according to state pu board syllabus IS NOT AT ALL FAIR. as the ministers have declared today we should be given time to gradually adopt it. doing this now wil be demoralising thousands of students and morover it is not a fair competition. this is not acceptable by we the students of karnataka.

  19. hi,
    we need some time to prepare for neet exam, its not easy task to prepare in few months….the entire syllabus for neet is different from our state cet..esp rural students are not aware of this, they may not able to prepare well for the exam n they dont have good coaching institution. needs time to change.. let the national exam be conducted from 2014 itself…. do the necessary preparation. we need good coaching for each n every student all over India.. plz update the neet exam related information to every student from 10 th std only.. so that students can prepare well for the exam..
    Thank you.

  20. मेडिकल की साझा प्रवेश
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    कॉलेजों के विरोध को दरकिनार करते हुए
    मेडिकल काउंसिल ऑफ इंडिया (एमसीआइ) ने
    अगले साल से मेडिकल की साझा प्रवेश
    परीक्षा की सारी तैयारी कर ली है। शुक्रवार
    को एमसीआइ ने इस परीक्षा का पाठ्यक्रम सार्वजनिक कर दिया। पहली बार होने
    वाली इस परीक्षा के लिए 13 मई की तारीख
    का एलान भी कर दिया है। एमसीआइ सचिव
    संगीता शर्मा ने दैनिक जागरण से बातचीत में
    कहा कि अगले हफ्ते तक इसके लिए
    अधिसूचना भी जारी हो जाने की संभावना है। इसका मसौदा स्वास्थ्य मंत्रालय को भेज
    दिया गया है। शर्मा ने
    कहा कि साझा प्रवेश परीक्षा के पाठ्यक्रम पर मिले विभिन्न सुझावों को शामिल करते हुए
    नया पाठ्यक्रम तैयार कर इसे एमसीआइ
    की वेबसाइट पर डाल दिया गया है।
    उधर, स्वास्थ्य मंत्रालय के एक वरिष्ठ
    अधिकारी कहते हैं कि यह फैसला आसान नहीं है।

  21. स्थानीय भाषा में दे सकेंगे
    मेडिकल प्रवेश परीक्षा
    नई दिल्ली देश भर के मेडिकल कालेजों में दाखिले
    के लिए छात्रों को जल्दी ही क्षेत्रीय भाषा में
    परीक्षा देने की छूट मिल सकती है। स्वास्थ्य
    मंत्रालय और मेडिकल काउंसिल ऑफ
    इंडिया (एमसीआइ) में इस पर सहमति बन गई है।
    एमसीआइ अब इसे अगले सत्र से ही लागू करवाने की कोशिश में है। मेडिकल काउंसिल ऑफ
    इंडिया की सचिव संगीत शर्मा ने दैनिक जागरण
    को बताया कि कुछ राज्यों के अनुरोध पर यह
    कदम उठाया जा रहा है। एमसीआइ केंद्रीय
    माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड (सीबीएसई) को पत्र
    लिखकर पूछने जा रहा है कि क्या इसे अगले ही सत्र से लागू करना उसके लिए संभव होगा।
    एमबीबीएस पाठ्यक्रम के लिए पहली बार यह
    साझा प्रवेश परीक्षा अगले साल से आयोजित
    की जानी है। राष्ट्रीय स्तर पर राष्ट्रीय
    पात्रता सह प्रवेश परीक्षा (एनईईटी) आयोजित
    करने की जिम्मेदारी सीबीएसई को ही दी गई है। 13 मई को यह परीक्षा आयोजित की जाएगी।
    एमसीआइ ने इस परीक्षा के लिए पाठ्यक्रम
    सार्वजनिक भी कर दिया है। शुरुआत में इसे
    हिंदी और अंग्रेजी में ही करवाने
    का फैसला किया गया था। मगर कुछ राज्य
    सरकारें इसे क्षेत्रीय भाषाओं में भी आयोजित करने की मांग कर रही हैं। बंगाल, गुजरात और
    कर्नाटक, आंध्र पहले ही अपना विरोध दर्ज
    करवा चुके हैं। स्वास्थ्य मंत्रालय ने भी यह
    परीक्षा क्षेत्रीय भाषाओं में करवाने
    को सैद्धांतिक तौर पर सहमति दे दी है। आंध्र में
    छात्रों की ओर से इस मामले पर हुए उग्र आंदोलन के बाद वहां से एक प्रतिनिधिमंडल ने स्वास्थ्य
    मंत्री गुलाम नबी आजाद से मुलाकात की थी।
    सीबीएसई के एक अधिकारी के मुताबिक
    क्षेत्रीय भाषाओं में यह परीक्षा आयोजित
    करवाने में वह पूरी तरह सक्षम है। लेकिन
    जितनी अधिक भाषाओं में प्रश्नपत्र तैयार होते हैं, उतना ही लीक होने की आशंका रहती है।
    इसलिए कोशिश की जाती है कि कम से कम
    भाषाओं में इसे आयोजित किया जाए। लेकिन
    भाषा के संबंध में फैसला एमसीआइ
    को ही करना है।

  22. it’s a life threatening for the students to preparre for such exam at a moment like this…..karnataka should be out of that exam atleast 2 3 years till the syllabus is changed like to that of central.please don’t accept tahis exam……..please……

    1. मेडिकल प्रवेश परीक्षा प्रारूप जारी नयी दिल्ली, भारत के मेडिकल कॉलेजों में स्नातक स्तर पर होने वाले दाखिले के लिये पहली बार होने वाली प्रवेश परीक्षा ‘नेशनल एलिजिबिलिटी कम एंट्रेस टेस्ट’ का प्रारूप सीबीएसई ने जारी कर दी है। यह परीक्षा आगामी 13 मई को होगी। प्रवेश परीक्षा में 180 प्रश्नों का पेपर होगा। यह पेपर वस्तुनिष्ठ होगा। इसमें भौतिकी, रसायनशास्त्र और बॉयलोजी से सवाल पूछे जायेंगे। प्रारूप में बताया गया है कि छात्रों का परीक्षा सेंटर पर मशीन ग्रेडबल शीट दी जायेगी। इसमें करीब 3 घंटे का पेपर होगा। हरेक प्रश्न 4 अंकों का होगा। तीन घंटे की इस परीक्षा में छात्रों को चार विकल्पों में से एक सही विकल्प को चुनकर अपना जबाव देना होगा।

    1. Basi khabar hai yeh pichle mahine announce hua tha. Sath hi maine ipu se pata kiya toh admn bola hai ki yeh tentative dates hain. Incase neet hota hai then they will join neet.

  23. LATEST – West bengal Govt has decided to take final decision on WbJEE in this week. If NeeT question are not set in Bengali medium, State wl not partcipat e in NEET and wl anounce

  24. yaar .. after a certain level its not about the prt colleges so please dont bring that up again . its about the students , there are 2 types of students , but you can not suddenly introduce something without giving the right amount of time .

  25. i faced the first CET in karnataka in 1984 though i secured decent marks in PUC 2 I was not successful to get through the medical test. i again repeated the CET in1985 and got through medical entrance(i lost one year). i didnot have an idea about the CET 1984 which was conducted for the first time in karnataka. the irony is my daughter is taking up the CET MEDICAL in 2012 and it is disgusting that the karnataka state govt has not taken appropriate action to bring a uniform syllabus for 2012 NEET. my daugthter has studied in state syllabus from class 1. though the NEET is best to curtail the curruptive manupulations by the private medical institutions. the sudden announcement(from this year)is shocking.kindly bring a common syllabus and then bring NEET.
    DR. HSR REDDY.

  26. yaar mci was ready to conduct dis exam in 2011…
    So i thought, in 2012 it will conduct neet irrespective of all the oppositions…

  27. After the SC order …. MCI’s decissions are direction less, untimeingly and confusing …. confusions are deliberately created by MCI officials to earn PAISA from Pvt Colleges. I agree all pvt coll should come under NEET irrespective of their states are exempted or not.

  28. mci…….
    Plz yaar kuch to announce karo…
    Mera state pmt ka pattern aipmt ya neet se bahut jyada diffrnt hai…
    I have completed about 75% of the neet syllabus…
    If neet is cancled dis year then m not gonna selected in state pmt dis year….
    Plz mci latka ke mat chhoro yaar….!!!!

    1. who asked u 2 study wen it ws nt comfirmed??? just because u hav studied it cant b conducted… u wait 4 1 more year n write next year

  29. mci ka dimaag khrab hogya haoi““““““““““ mci pesa kamana chahti hai , ye sab congress ki chal hai ……itne saare ghotaale kerne k baad ushi nazar education per hai …. wo ,,, congrees se to sarkaar to chalhi nahi rahi hai …. neet kya conduct kregi

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