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Bombay High Court in its decision on July 20, 2016 declared NEET 2016, a requisite eligibility test for privately funded Institutions in Maharashtra offering medical courses like MBBS and BDS. As directed by Bombay High Court, all the Private Medical colleges must now consider NEET 2016 Score as an eligibility for admission to their medical courses.
The Directorate of Medical Education and Research, DMER Maharashtra was expected to announce the first merit list at their official website on or before July 14, 2016, but the Merit List declaration was postponed owing to the High Court’s decision. “We don’t want any more delay and the first list will be announced on Wednesday morning,” said Dr Pravin Shingare, director of DMER replying to the enquiries regarding Merit List tentative date.
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The division bench that of Justice SC Dharmadhikari and Justice Shalini Phansalkar dismissed petition filed by six medical aspirants who challenged their state government’s interpretation of NEET 2016 Score. This ordinance was signed by the President on May 24, 2016. The State Education Minister, Vinod Tawde also announced that the unaided colleges and deemed universities of the state will not go forward with their own prescheduled entrance tests and must take in account the NEET 2016 score as their admission criteria.
The ordinance also clarified that the state government seats in both government and Government funded institutes only will be exempted from the NEET 2016 Score for this year. These seats will be filled by the CET exams held by the state. The bench however, allowed one of the requests in the petition and invalidated the state government’s decision to add extra five marks for the candidates belonging to the special categories such as Sports Quota, NCC, Defence and so on.
It must be noted that MH CET 2016 Score will apply only for Government and Government Aided Medical Colleges. As the NEET 2016 Score is compulsory for the admission in all the private medical colleges, all the candidates who would take admission in any medical college which is neither government nor government aided will have to take NEET 2016. If any candidate has not appeared for NEET 2016, he/she will not be allowed to take admission in any private medical college.
The first merit list for Health and Science Courses is now released by the Directorate of Medical Education and Research and is available on the official website.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2016 Exam is scheduled to be conducted on July 24, 2016 for admission to various institutions offering MBBS and BDS courses. Admission to the institutes will be granted through 15% All India Quota Seats, State Government Quota Seats, Private, Management/NRI Quota seats. The Result of the same will be announced on August 17, 2016. All the qualified candidates will be called for counselling followed by Seat Allotment Process.Also Check NEET/AIPMT 2016 Seat Intake. The Academic Session for 2016-17 is schedule to commence from October 01, 2016.
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The ordinance amending the Indian Medical Council Act 1956, which governs MBBS and BDS admissions, says that NEET will be universal from 2017-18 for both undergraduate and postgraduate admissions. A year’s relaxation though, is being granted only to state governments in order to address their concerns over variance in CBSE and state board syllabi, and difference in the language in which the central test is held. However, for PG courses, the exam will be held under NEET for 2017-18 session, in December this year.
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The Union Health Minister, JP Nadda informed in the month of May, 2016 that Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Odisha and Chandigarh have conducted exams under NEET. Bihar too has opted for NEET from this year though Delhi is yet to take a decision, he said.
Nadda said the states that have deferred the exams are West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Assam and Andhra Pradesh. He said the states had not effectively put forth their views in the right perspective before the Supreme Court.
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