MH CET Medical 2016 conducted on May 5
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Even as state level medical entrance examinations are facing an uncertain future in India following fresh pleas by representatives of some states, including Maharashtra, to reconsider NEET 2016, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) has gone ahead and conducted MH CET Medical 2016 on May 5, 2016.

The DMER had, in fact, stuck to its decision to conduct the common entrance exam as per schedule even before Supreme Court’s hearing on May 3 asking the MCI and Health Ministry to respond to the state pleas.

However, after receiving review petitions filed by Maharashtra, Gujarat and some private institutions about implementation of NEET 2016, the Supreme Court has asked Health Ministry and Medical Council of India (MCI) to respond to the plea. Though, the SC was all set to announce its review verdict on May 5, but now it has been adjourned till May 6, 2016, asking all the petitioners to submit their plea in one-page

On April 29, 2016, the apex court had ordered to conduct a centralized admission exam, National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) mandatorily, for admissions to medical and dental seats in all government colleges, deemed universities and private medical colleges across India, along with the regulation that the exams which have already been held or is to be conducted separately stand annulled.


First published on May 5, 2016

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