Amidst the NEET 2016 row, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the NEET ordinance despite President Pranab Mukherjee signing it to keep state medical entrance exams out of the ambit, for this academic year.Health activist Dr. Anand Rai, known for exposing the Vyapam scam-an admission and recruitment scandal in Madhya Pradesh, filed a petition in the Supreme Court on May 26, 2016 against the centre’s decision on NEET and pleaded for immediate stay on the special order.
The petitioner was quoted as saying to Times of India, “The ordinance is in complete contradiction with the Supreme Court’s order to implement NEET, a single test for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in all medical colleges across the country.”
He further said, “In light of the submissions made before the SC and now a complete U-turn from that stand by the Centre, the present ordinance shows malafide and ill-intent towards the process of admission of students who shall suffer the most because of this see-saw of rule-making by the government.”
A date of hearing in the case is yet to be decided.
In the clamour of rules on NEET, students have left wanting more clarity on the exam and the admission process to be followed. Aeshwarya, a medical aspirant from Amrawati who appeared for NEET Phase1 and has plans of taking NEET phase 2, said, “Nothing is certain about the common medical entrance exam. It’s going to affect our career as we are already in a stress and the government is yet to declare the status of the exam which is delaying the admission process.”
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Meena, during the filling of NEET application form, you will only need a scanned image of your Signature and Photograph. But you will need your Category certificate during document verification and counselling. Please go through the Application process for a clear idea.
There are 5 stages in the Application process:
Filling the Application form
Review and Final Submission
Upload Photograph and Signature
Pay the fees
Take a print out of the Confirmation mail
All the communication from NTA will be online and through email so it is important to give an email id and mobile number that are in regular use. You will have to fill in the details like Candidates name, Mothers name, Fathers name, Date of Birth, Gender, Nationality, State of Eligibility, Category, PWD, Identification Type, Identification Number, Mobile Number, Email Id, OTP.
Filling the Application Form:
You need to fill in details like Personal Details, Place of Birth, Choice of Medium of Question Paper
Choice of Examination Centre - four exam cities have to be chosen, 10th Academic Details, 11th, 12th Academic Details, Permanent Address, Correspondence Address
Details of Parents and Guardian, Dress Code Assent
Review and Final Submission: There will be a correction window open but not all the details can be edited. So it is important to review the information before submitting it.
Uploading of Photograph: Instructions
Must be postcard size picture in a white background with the Name of the candidate and date written on the photograph. The Size must be 10 Kb to 100 Kb and format should be JPG.
Uploading of Signature: Instructions
Candidates must sign with a black pen on a white background in JPG format with a file size of 3 Kb to 20 Kb
It is Rs. 1400 for General/OBC and Rs. 700 for SC/ST/PWD/TransGender and the Payments can be made through Debit/Credit Cards or Net banking OR offline through SBI Echallan to be paid in cash in the nearest SBI branch.
Take a print out of the Confirmation page for all future references.
Now the list of documents that you will need during NEET counselling are:
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