Latest NEET 2017 News – Interim Injunction on CBSE: Madras High court. Read more on restriction on CBSE to declare result for NEET entrance exam held on May 7.Justice Murlidharan granted interim injunction on the ground that different question papers were set in 10 different languages and there could be discrimination in selection
CBSE decision to do away with Moderation of Marks is “Unfair and Irresponsible”. Read more on CBSE decision to scrap the moderation policy and the petition
Health ministry introduces Common counseling for NEET 2017 UG PG admission. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has announced that common counselling will be organized at the state level for admission into undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses. The ministry announced the decision in a press release to promote transparency in the admission process.
CBSE class 12 results have been announced. The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE class 12 results were declared today. This year also girls outperformed boys taking the top three positions.
Center may issue ordinance on NEET. The center is thinking on issuing an ordinance to the state governments exempting them from conducting the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate medical admissions this year.
Latest NEET Updates – May 12 2016. Centre’s plea on holding NEET in regional languages to be considered by SC – Latest NEET Updates. Maharashtra to file a review petition for NEET in regional languages. Telangana EAMCET will be valid for BAMS, BHMS and BNYS admissions
Private and Deemed Universities cancel their Medical & Dental Entrance Exams. A number of private medical entrance tests for admission to medical and dental programs have been cancelled or postponed by the Universities following the Supreme Court’s order
COMEDK cancels its Medicine Test UGET 2016 The COMEDK has cancelled its entrance test COMEDK UGET 2016 supposed to be conducted for admission to undergraduate medical courses. The Supreme Court clarified on Friday that no examination will be considered valid… Continue Reading →
A five-member bench headed by Supreme Court Justice Anil Dave adjourned the single common entrance case for medical admissions to April 7, 2016. The Apex Court also directed the AP, Telangana governments and management associations to file their counter replies by March 31, 2016.
The Punjab and Haryana High Court issued a notice to the union government on a petition seeking directions to hold the common law admission test (CLAT) 2016 in both online and offline modes.