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Recently in a new development at NEET mandate, Supreme Court has ordered a ban on counselling by private colleges on the basis of NEET score. A centralized counseling will be conducted by the state governments concerned. All the prior counselling, held by private colleges will stand cancelled as a fresh procedure will now take place. Supreme Court has asked the state government to complete the counselling process for both private and government colleges within a week
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The further addition was made by a five-judge constitution bench, headed by Justice A R Dave, who said that two representatives from each private medical college would participate in the counselling process to be conducted by the state government.
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test, more commonly known as NEET is introduced this year for admission into Medical and Dental courses across India. The entrance exam aims to provide a common ground for admissions in medical and dental colleges. It also aims to brig uniformity to the admission into medical courses. NEET 2016 is a highly competitive examination where lakhs of Medical students from India compete to get the most sought after seats.
A contempt petition was filed by the Madhya Pradesh government, alleging that private medical colleges had been refusing to give admission to students who has participated through centralized counselling process conducted by state government. Also, the petition said that private colleges are forcing and insisting students to take admissions after conducting the counseling of their own. In wake of this, Supreme Court ordered to cancel the past counselling process conducted by private colleges and to start a fresh through a centralized counseling process.
The bench comprising of Justices AK Sikri, RK Agarwal, Adarsh K Goel and R Banumathi disapproved the demand of private colleges' and ordered that state government should hold the mandate to conduct combined counseling based on the ranking of students in NEET Exam.
This year NEET 2016, was surrounded with lot of controversies, ranging from paper leak to Supreme Court orders. Before this order by the Supreme Court, private medical institutes would reach out to eligible candidates through offer letters on the basis of NEET Results.
For NEET 1, over 6, 00,000 medical aspirants appeared which was scheduled to be held on May 1. Another phase of NEET 2, which was held on July 24, 2016 was conducted successfully and NEET counselling Process in still ongoing and will end on September 30, 2016.
Due to so many developments on NEET issue, medical aspirants has to face lot of problems, due to which they are unable to get clarity on what to do next and what is the current status of exam.
Not only students, but even parents are dealing with lot of confusions. Parents are complaining that they are receiving innumerable messages from admission touts, who are ensuring guaranteed admissions in private colleges. One of the parent says that "The situation is very confusing right now. Already, there has been much waiting in this year's medical admission process; confusion continues to haunt us.
For the help of students, we are listing the schedule of NEET Counselling, so that they can get a clear idea of what to do after NEET Results.
|1.||Registration, Choice Filling & Indicative Seat||August 22 - 25, 2016 (Registration will be open till 05:00 PM of August 25, 2016 only)|
|2.||Choices and Locking (Round 1)||August 26, 2016 (till 05:00 PM of August 26, 2016)|
|3.||Seat Allotment (Round 1)||August 27, 2016|
|4.||Result Declaration (Round 1)||August 28, 2016|
|5.||Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College for candidates qualifying (Round 1)||August 29 – September 3, 2016 (till 05:00 PM of September 3, 2016)|
|6.||Choices and Locking (Round 2)||September 9 – 10, 2016|
|7.||Seat Allotment (Round 2)||September 11, 2016|
|8.||Result Declaration (Round 2)||September 12, 2016|
|9.||Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College for candidates qualifying (Round 2)||September 13, 2016 till 05:00 PM of September 30, 2016|
|10.||Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota||September 20, 2016 (after 05:00 PM)|
Each qualifying candidate will be allotted seat on the basis of merit list. To give you a clear idea on NEET Seat Allotment, we have listed some pointers, which should be taken into consideration at the time of counselling:
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