The controversy surrounding NEET 2017 reached the Supreme Court on Friday, with a petition being filed against the newly introduced upper age limit criteria to take the exam. According to the rule introduced from this year, only those candidates who are less than 25 years of age (30 years in the case of reserved categories) on the day of the exam are eligible to appear for NEET 2017. The petition is expected to come up for hearing before the court on February 17.LATEST - Candidates can download NEET Answer Key from hereFiled by Mr. Sabyasachi Rai, a medical aspirant deemed ineligible by the new rule, the petition challenges the sudden introduction of this new eligibility criteria and demands that the government should roll it back. Speaking to a national daily, Dr. Amit Gupta, a member of the writ petition team, said “With the implementation of upper age limit, many aspirants have now been suddenly barred from appearing in NEET 2017, wasting months of their preparation. These candidates have been left with no other alternative. This is why we have filed a case.”
On January 31, 2017, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the body responsible for organizing NEET 2017, had issued a notification stating, “The upper age limit of the candidates appearing for NEET 2017 has been fixed at 25 years on the date of conduct of examination in which five year relaxation has been given to the reserved category candidates.”
Until last year, the age-related clause for the NEET exam was applicable to 15% All India quota seats only. But given that NEET has been introduced as the single exam replacement for all the different medical entrance examinations held by states and other private bodies, NEET eligibility criteria 2017 now applies to all medical aspirants who wish to take admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in any medical college in the country.
While notifying NEET 2017, the CBSE had also introduced a cap on the number of attempts available to a candidate. This was, however, withdrawn on February 3, 2017, after the Medical Council of India (MCI) clarified to the Health Ministry that the cap of three attempts would continue but the attempt will be counted from 2017 onwards.
The CBSE notification had unsurprisingly generated controversy among medical aspirants across the country, with many calling the new regulations ‘unfair’. Read the full story here. With the scrapping of the cap on attempts, aspirants will now be hoping that the newly filed petition is successful in leading to the removal of the upper age limit criteria as well.
Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for latest news and updates on NEET 2017
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From 2020-2021 session onwards, there shall be only one entrance exam for admission to MBBS course and that is NEET
Earlier, AIIMS and JIPMER used to conduct their own entrance test which no longer will take place now.
So, yes NEET will be the only entrance test conducted for admission to MBBS
Yes, you are eligible to write NEET from UP, even though you want to take admission in a college of Delhi. The admission is taken on the basis of your marks and rank, so it does not matter from which state you have given the exam. But you won't get the benefit of state quota.
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Physics Best Books:
NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII
Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
Objective Physics By DC Pandey
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
Chemistry Best Books:
NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
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Dinesh Chemistry Guide
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NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII textbooks
Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman
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