The Supreme Court has questioned the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on setting different questions in the regional language papers of the National Eligibility-Entrance Test (NEET) 2017.
Many students, who gave the NEET exam 2017, approached the court. According to them, the questions in the regional languages were tough as compared to the ones set up in English and Hindi.
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Students taking the paper in their regional language were put up with different questions which beat the point of a common entrance examination. The Court has asked the board to submit an affidavit stating that in the future all the paper in the NEET exam will have an identical question so that the purpose of conducting a common entrance examination is fulfilled.
This year, about 12 lakhs students gave the NEET exam in 10 different languages including English, Hindi and some other regional languages.
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