Just after the NEET 2017 ends the whole process is shadowed under controversies. Sometimes either due to paper leakge rumours or different question set difficulty level. The whole exam conduction process has surely faced high level of rage from parents and students from all over the country. Recently, two high courts have issued notices to CBSE and Health Secretary regarding NEET-UG 2017.
Notice 1: Tamil Nadu High Court Issues Notice to CBSE on Plea to Cancel NEET-UG 2017
On May 22, 2017, the High Court of Madras issued a notice to CBSE on a petition that demanded the cancellation of admission process under the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET. The petition also claimed that the board must be restrained from declaring the results of NEET-UG 2017 examination. A parent, Mrs. Rohaiyaah Sheik Mohammad filed the petition.
The petition also claimed that the board must be restrained from declaring the results of NEET-UG 2017 examination
The petitioner also pointed that the candidates who took the examination in English medium from Tamil Nadu were discriminated. Most of the students from Tamil Nadu who took NEET examination in English medium had not done well in the examination. These students studied state syllabus until Class 12, and the questions in the examination were CBSE syllabus based. On the other hand, the candidates who took NEET in Tamil medium did well in the exam, as most of the questions were based on state syllabus, claimed the petitioner.
Notice 2: Madras HC Issues Notice to Health Secretary regarding NEET 2017 exam
The Madras High Court on 18th May sought Union Health Secretary's stand, among others, on the appeal for cancelling the last National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), the exam held for the students seeking admissions to BDS and MBBS courses. The examination was conducted on 7 May 2017.
The Madras High Court sought Union Health Secretary's stand, among others on the appeal for cancelling the latest National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET). The petitioners argued that the NEET examination was not conducted in a uniform manner all over India.
he petitioners said that for one India, only one NEET question paper is must else the scaling of aptitude and intelligence would differ. And evaluating all the candidates on the basis of the different question paper will not be fair. Thus, they requested to cancel the previous NEET examination and conduct a fresh examination with uniform question papers all over the country.
For instance, in the state of Tamil Nadu, a different set of question papers were given to those who opted for Tamil and English respectively, the petitioners stated that the question paper in Tamil language was comparatively easier.