Supreme Court quashes NEET UG & NEET PG

Earlier it was the Supreme Court which directed MCI (Medical Council of India) to conduct common medical entrance exams for undergraduate & postgraduate medical courses, the same court now in a recent verdict says that “Medical Council of India had no powers to conduct single entrance examination and force it on government and private medical colleges”.

However this year the admissions based on NEET will remain unaffected, the fate of NEET in the coming years is in the air. All private, government medical & dental universities will be allowed to conduct their own entrance exams. The question is whether there will be NEET next year? A question which probably has more than a 100 answers but nothing will be accurate and one cannot consider any answer till the very last minute. The same has been happening from about a couple of years, thanks to the CBSE & MCI who has been responsible for such a confusion.

Although on the negative side it means multiple entrance exams, but still in our opinion it is the best choice for the medical aspirants. The reasons what we can think of can be summarized as below:

  1. Multiple exams, though a cost the probability of success is more. In contrast NEET is a one exam, one chance thing.
  2. Less confusion, it is nearly difficult even for MCI to integrate all the states, universities (private & government) under one single exam.
  3. Syllabus issues, MCI has been blamed earlier for the highly skewed (CBSE) syllabus structure for NEET UG. Having different exams conducted as per each state’s syllabus means a lot good for budding medicos.
  4. Allow people to do their own jobs, certainly MCI’s role is not to insist on holding entrance exams instead it should allow universities, medical colleges to do their job.

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19 thoughts on “Supreme Court quashes NEET UG & NEET PG”

  1. any idea when will be NEET process will start for 2014? and what is the help center phone number so i can call over there and get details regarding to NEET Process.

    Thanks

  2. If NEET ug will not going to conduct next year, than how much attempt will there ?
    is there any age limit in it, or attempt is restricted.
    sir, i m preparing for medical exam, and i had already given the exam three times, so can i give the exam next year ? please answer me..

  3. If NEET ug will not going to conduct next year, than how many attempt will there for exam, is there any age limit in it or chances is restricted or not ?
    sir, please give me advice about that, i m preparing for medical exams, and i had already given exam three times, so can i give the exam next year ?

  4. Gujarat govt is adding to stupidity of supreme court…considering neet pg marks as a parameter for admission in pg courses…
    oh my god, may this people think twice before passing such important decisions.
    it seems that future of intelligent people is in hands of irresponsible, brainless and disqualified people.

  5. In a corrupt country we can not expect a better decision which goes in favour of students. I think every body knows what private medical colleges are doing. Most of the colleges run by politicians and they are taking heavy money for admission to mbbs.Ii fully support the statement of narendra modi that educational institution are money making machine.The ultimate sufferer will be the patients who will be treated by these poor quality doctors who got admission in these colleges whithout having merits.In the last i will only say that ‘ it happens only in india.

    1. I TOTALLY AGREE BEING AN MBBS GRADUATE I HAVE GONE THROUGH NIGHT MARES NOT KNOWING EVEN BEFORE WHETHER I HAV TO ATTEND OR NOT NOT KNOWN IF I HAD STATE PG OR NEET NOT KNOWING WHETHER TO WAIT FOR RESULT OR START WORKING… THIS IS INDIAS FATE COZ MOST OF OU RULERS ARE ILLITERATES AND IDIOTS… MENTALLY INSANE PEOPLE SHAME ON THIS CONTITUTION 🙁

  6. Being a responsible citizen of India I’v some quaries to West Bengal Health depeartment.The respected chief minister Ms.Mamta Banerjee announced that her goverment implemented the O.B.C quata in higer education including Medical but till now O.B.C is not implemented in our state.When the obc students from wb applied online for NEET-UG 2013 they applied for their category,when the result of the exam came out and the counselling notifications from wb notified that obc is not implemented in our state for 2013-14.now my question is sir,what is the reason????the other 27 states has also implemented obc for their students.please,i want answer.personally what i mind that it is just like a politics to the obc candidats of west bengal.

  7. I request to west bengal government to obey the honourable supreme courts order of neet ug 2013 and take the m.b.b.s/b.d.s admission like tamilnadu government.

  8. I request to west bengal government to obey the honourable supreme courts rule of neet ug 2013 and take the m.b.b.s/b.d.s admission like tamilnadu government.

  9. I request to the west bengal government to obey the honourable supreme courts order of neet ug 2013 and take the m.b.b.s/b.d.s admission like tamilnadu government.

  10. AS A PARENT I SUFFERED FOR PAST 9 MONTHS… GOD HAS TO PUNISH THE IRRESPONSIBLE PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS CONFUSION.

  11. sir, i’m a student in maharashtra state. The result of SC was really ridiculous.we are making preparation for NEET.in our state mht-cet is based on board syllable which is not stand for any national level exam.so it is very unfortunate.its question of thousands of students who want to be doctor.Really govt. has no right to play such a stupid game about our lives.

  12. Sir,
    Its really ridiculous on part of SC to pass on the judgement in the fashion as if they are indulged in some sort of politics in the education system. Firstly, by this way SC is dividing the country into narrow domestic walls. Not only this they are driving away the country from one India Concept and are not willing to maintain a uniform education standard all over the country which will lead to a situation where one part will be less developed than the other. The standard of one state will be lower than the other and ultimately the basic standard of the professionals will be much variable from one part of the country to another which is ultimate loss of the country.

    Being citizen of India we feel by such judgment SC has pushed India a one step more backward in this competitive world. On the other hand SC has propelled one step advance in the field of corruption in the education field by helping the private medical colleges by allowing them to conduct their own exams for management quota seats.They could have raised the course fee from all if they want to raise fund for the development of their college.Those who could afford to spend the hefty amount can always spend by paying the hefty amount to avail the course from medical course. We would like to ask SC why such judgments has been passed when India has progressed in one India concept in the field of Banking by introducing core banking system, introduced PAN card system to bring all people in one tax net, One national language, One India plan in telecommunication etc.

    We would sincerely request SC to review their judgement and give a judgement so that the country can be kept as one identity.

    We condemn the SC judgement.

  13. Sir I am from Karnataka……
    I got rank in neet ug 2013 but I see the suprim court results I don’t write any exam in medical ..
    But I write neet ug only sir ..its my life Que please Wt is this …??
    My aim is the I become doctor….

  14. It is a good decision.
    Students struggle and study hard to prepare for the entrance.
    The SYllabus is so vast that it is practically impossible for one to be 100% prepared.
    If there is only one entrance, the fate of the students will be like a ODI or T20 Match- with lot of dependance on luck on that specific day.

    If there are more exams – at least students have something to fall back

    If NEET is introduced again, the exam should be on the lines of earlier Common Entrance managed by AIIMS- one exam-one day- one paper across the country and there should be provision for at least 2 or 3 entrance Exams in a year.
    Look at what happened to the PG this year.
    On SC’s consent results were declared by NEET and Private colleges
    Going by the intent, one would have expected MCI to complete the counselling and admissions for the NEET exams and leave the rest to the private. Instead, they allowed private colleges to do counselling and complete the process within less than 2 weeks.
    NEET process is still going on and one can be sure that there will be so many unfilled seats.

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