Situation in the case of NEET 2016 is complicating day by day. With the approval of NEET ordinance on May 20th, 2016 which allows State boards to exempt from the NEET Phase 2 2016 for the current year. This decision has led to increasing confusion and tension for the aspirants preparing for NEET phase 2.
While some of the aspirants are considering the government’s special order as a welcome move, but others have been thoroughly left wondering about the future of the NEET.
Q: Can Supreme Court nullify NEET ordinance, if challenged?
A: Yes, Supreme court can nullify the NEET ordinance if the ordinance is challenged in the SC. Moreover, without the approved of the President of India, Neet ordinance cannot come into effect. A petition can be filed against the Centre’s move in SC.
Q: How will the scores be consolidated of both phases of NEET for one common Ranking?
A: CBSE has not yet declared the ranking methodology for a consolidated ranking on the basis of NEET 1 and NEET 2 results. However, this has already been stated by the Supreme Court that if a NEET-1 appeared candidate applies for NEET 2 then his/her NEET 1 score would be invalidated.
Q:What are the chances for conduction of NEET 2?
A: According to newspaper reports the test stands scheduled on July 24, 2016. Only the state boards are given relaxation this year from NEET but NEET will be serve as entrance exam for private and other deemed universities. NEET will also serve for admissions to 15% Government Medical colleges seats under All India Quota.
Q: What will happen to the state level exams this year?
A: The state entrance exams will make a comeback only if the NEET ordinance holds. If this happens, then the state exams which were scrapped earlier will have to reorganize the entrance tests again and the state exams which were already conducted before, will have to release the results and continue their admission process from thereon.
Q: What will happen to the entrance examinations conducted by private medical colleges?
A: In accordance to NEET Ordinance passed on May 20th, Private and Deemed universities are not exempted from NEET. Hence they will have to give admissions on the basis of NEET.
Q: Will the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J&K fill their 15 per cent quota seats through NEET during the current year?
A: These states have been part of the national pool of 15 per cent All India quota seats in government colleges. Thus, these states are most likely to conduct their own entrance exams for the entire lot of seats.
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