The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has started protesting NEET calling it as ‘unscientific’, ABVP held protests in Hubli & Gulbarga. Students opposed the MCI’s move on holding a common medical entrance test NEET-UG, NEET UG which is based on CBSE curriculum is not in favour of regional medium or state board students they said.
ABVP threatened MCI to role back it’s decision and continue the CETs as usual. While other states are trying hard to keep NEET-UG away, Karnataka is among the states which readily agreed to NEET-UG. The recent protests by ABVP are in the State of Karnataka itself. Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu have obtained stay orders on NEET-UG in their respective state high courts.
The fate of NEET-UG is undecided, but the official announcement from CBSE & MCI is what it matters. MCI is very much keen on holding NEET-UG & NEET-PG. The NEET PG registration is nearing the deadline, so far the Andhra Pradesh high court has stayed both NEET-UG & NEET-PG notification.
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