The result of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET 2017) is creating a buzz across India. The Supreme Court of India has directed Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) to declare the results of the National Eligibility- cum- Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 by June 26. Also, the apex court has overruled a stay on the petition of the Madras high court on conducting a single all India level medical entrance examination.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court has ordered CBSE to not delay the results of NEET 2017 any further as the board has already passed the scheduled date of the results, which was on June 8. Also, during the last hearing of the case, the Supreme Court has directed all other courts to refrain themselves from entertaining any sort of the cases or petitions NEET 2017.
Supreme Court ordered CBSE – Announce NEET 2017 result by June 26
In a bid to cut down any more delay and unnecessary anxiety amongst students, the Supreme Court if India ordered CBSE to announce the result of NEET 2017 by June 26. The CBSE had made an appeal before a Supreme Court bench for declaring the NEET result as the delay in admissions of students in MBBS and BDS courses now will affect the timely completion of undergraduate courses across government and private medical colleges.
CBSE NEET 2017 and its controversies
This year CBSE conducted NEET 2017 in vernacular languages, which is in different regional languages other than English to facilitate students and keep the question papers aloof from any leaks. The board was sceptical that if the question paper gets leaked then the entire exam will have to be scrapped out and will have to reconduct it as a fresh.
However, the Madras High Court and Gujarat High Court had filed a petition in the Supreme Court, separately that the vernacular examination of NEET2017 conducted in their respective states was way difficult that the paper set in English and Hindi language. The other courts alleged the NEET 2017 papers written by 10.5 lakh students in English and Hindi were same while the paper set in eight regional languages was different.
The CBSE conducts the common MBBS and BDS admission test, NEET every year. This year also over 11.38 lakh students had appeared for the NEET 2017. We wish all students who are awaiting the result of NEET 2017 – all the very best.