SC remains firm on NEET 2016 decision and asks CBSE to conduct next phase of exam
The Supreme Court remains firm on its order passed on April 28 regarding implementation of NEET 2016 in two phases, despite objections raised by several states and private medical institutions regarding the national level test. The apex court has now asked examination authority CBSE to go ahead with NEET Phase 2 exam on the scheduled date July 24, 2016.
While hearing pleas of private institutions on May 3, Justice Anil R. Dave opined that as decided earlier, NEET should be conducted as the national level medical entrance exam. He, however, agreed to hear pleas of private players before deciding fate of impending state level medical entrance tests.
During the hearing, the court also asked Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to advertise information in newspapers regarding clarification of NEET 2016 as it was creating confusion among students and parents. The court also asked Centre and CBSE to give wide publicity regarding NEET 2016 Phase 2 exam so that candidates who did not fill AIPMT 2016 application form can apply afresh for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).
On May 3, 2016, during hearing plea from State governments and private medical institutions to conduct their own entrance exams, the court did not pass any order. The court said it will pass any judgment only after hearing all parties even as it did not restrain them from holding their own exams. This means that various state and institute-level tests can be conducted but their validity will be subject to the final SC order regarding common undergraduate medical entrance exam.
The court has also asked the Centre, CBSE and the Medical Council of India (MCI) to file their responses to the issues raised by the States and private colleges. It assured all the parties that the decision will be taken only after considering issues raised by all stakeholders regarding the implementation of NEET.
Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, representing CBSE at the time of hearing, said the NEET 2016 Phase 1 was conducted without any glitch and around 6.5 lakh students took the test on May 1.
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Questions related to NEET
if I made corrections in the neet application form then will I get email after the corrections are made?
No. Let's say you make changes in your NEET application form, now once you click on Final Submit, you will get a confirmation page. That is the proof that your request for corrections have been accepted and the changes have been made because that is the reason a correction window is made available in the first place. They will reflect on your application. Now these changes will reflect on your Admit card as well depending on the details that you have made changes to. But let's say for some reason the changes do not reflect on your admit card once you receive it, you need to immediately reach out to the helpdesk. And NTA will make a note of these changes that did not reflect and shall intimate you that these will show up on your NEET application form and then the counselling registration should you qualify in NEET. And you will be still allowed to appear for the exam. NTA will look into that. But truth be told, you making changes and they not reflecting on the application form are very minima. So do not worry about it. And if you are preparing for NEET, you may as well try our NEET Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/ .
how can we know that whether the corrections made in the neet application form are accepted or not
The MHRD has come up with a new schedule for JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and NEET 2020. JEE Main examination will be held between 1st-6th Sept, JEE advanced exam will be held on 27th Sept & NEET examination will be held on 13th Sept. At this point in time. NTA has not spoken about NEET's correction windiw. But NTA has opened JEE Mains correction window and so it is likely that NEET's correction window also might open. So please watch out for updated information on the official website. But if you are enquirin about the corrections that you made the last time, if you have received the confirmation page after making the corrections, that itself means that the changes have been considered. So nothing to be worried about. And if you are preparing for NEET, you may as well try our NEET Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/ . And because you have 2 more months to prepare for JEE Mains, you may as well use this opportunity.
should I attempt mock paper again and revise if I gave all my mock paper ?prep 4 neet 2020
Hope you are doing great!!!
Attempting the mock tests will improve your confidence and grip over the subjects as well as the exam.Now there is a lot of time for the exam.So its better to revise once again and practice mock tests.You can also practice previous year question papers.
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does neet 2021 will be postponed
Till now there is no any official announcement regarding NEET 2021. As per the latest notification issued by National Testing Agency for NEET 2020 it is further postponed to September 13th.
It is little bit difficult to predict about NEET 2021 because till now there is no any confirmitt of NEET 2020 so you should keep watch on official website of NTA NEET and don't believe on rumors.
You can also refer to the link given below for latest updates on NEET exam :-
I hope this information cleared your doubts.
can i fill neet application form now
The MHRD has come up with a new schedule for JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and NEET 2020. JEE Main examination will be held between 1st-6th Sept, JEE advanced exam will be held on 27th Sept & NEET examination will be held on 13th Sept. At this point in time, this is the information we have. Now you cannot fill up the application form. If you are planning on appearing for NEET, you should appear for NEET 2021. But NEET 2020 is no more a possibility.