NEET 2018 exam notification which is expected to release soon on the official CBSE external link of cbseneet.nic.in online. Introducing uniformity in evaluation strategy adopted by the Central Board of Secondary Education in the CBSE NEET 2018 exam, the test which is conducted in over 10 different regional languages at a pan India level shall now have same set of questions throughout. Bringing in uniformity for justifying the candidates possessing same difficulty level question paper which was a huge issue in last years’ NEET 2017 exam, the authorities have now decided and notified the apex court, Supreme Court to set same question paper which would be translated in all the other regional languages in current years’ CBSE NEET 2018 examination.
CBSE NEET 2018 To Have Same Question Paper in 10 Different Languages | Here’s Why
All set to be held in over ten various languages like Urdu, Gujarati, Hindi, English, Marathi etc.,CBSE NEET 2018 exam code of conduct has been revised by the board of education wherein same set of questions shall be framed in a particular question paper. This would further be translated into different languages with respect to the region to have a uniform question paper for all the students aspiring to gain admission into MBBS and BDS courses at an undergraduate level into various medical colleges of repute.
CBSE NEET 2018 exam which is the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination whose official notification is yet to be released on the official website of the board had recent speculations and rumours about its syllabus being changed with inclusion of state boards’ syllabus as well. Shunning off these rumours, the Central Board of Secondary Education has released an official notice citing details of the syllabus which has announced to be same as that of NEET 2017 exam. Candidates can check details of ‘CBSE NEET 2018 exam syllabus’ here.
CBSE Revises Code of Conduct of NEET (UG) 2018 Exam | Check Amendments Here
As per the statistics of NEET 2017 last year, more than 11.38 lakh students had taken the prestigious medical entrance exam in 10 vernacular languages out of which approximately 10.5 lakh candidates had undertaken the test in Hindi and English languages combined. While many students filed a petition in the Madras High Court last year who found that the NEET exam which was conducted in 8 other regional languages had questions of higher difficulty level than the ones in Hindi and English languages bringing polarity in the selection process, the tension further grew when the result was delayed by the authorities.
To bring an end to the issue and have a uniform system of evaluation for candidates in this years’ CBSE NEET 2018 UG exam, the board has explicitly announced to have constituted same set of questions in the test paper which shall be available for all the candidates appearing in various vernacular languages in the NEET (UG) 2018 exam this year.
For method of filling up the detailed NEET 2018 application form and instructions by CBSE, click here.
Source : TOI