National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) of 2017 conducted for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses gets another jolt as CBSE has been retained by Madras Court to continue with the process of evaluation and result declaration of NEET 2017 till June 7. The results of the most sought after medical examination that is held annually by CBSE, NEET in the year 2017 has encountered difficulties right from the stage of planning, conduction and evaluation of the exam. The major jolt is being suffered when the various courts have issued notices to CBSE to keep the NEET 2017 examination result “on hold” till the first week of June, making the students even more anxious post NEET 2017 exam.
NEET 2017 Result “On Hold”, Students Panic
Bearing the brunt of the loopholes generated by the authorities responsible for conducting the NEET examination this year in 2017, aspiring candidates for medical examination held every year by CBSE, NEET 2017 witnesses panic attacks as a consequence of the postponement of the result. Various petitions have been filed against the “way in the NEET examination was conducted in 2017.” Students who are at the receiving end of all the controversy that surrounds around NEET 2017, are no less than getting panic attacks as they have gone through enough already and the chaos seems to have no end till now.
NEET 2017 Result Controversy
Let us take a look at what this year’s NEET of 2017 has got? Petitions and more petitions weeks after weeks. Take a look.
- Madras High Court restrains CBSE to declare NEET 2017 results till June 7,2017
- Evaluation of mark sheets and result on hold till the chaos and controversies end
- A filed petition reveals many NGOs asking for re-test for fair judgement of NEET 2017
- Even if re-test is not held, result declaration is delayed already by manifold
- Consequent delays in admission dates as results are delayed making aspirants change the career options
- Many frustrated aspirants have planned to go abroad to pursue their medical education
- Students question the authorities and ask “Why should they appear for re-test for the lack in authority’s functioning?”
- Uniformity in the examination not prevalent as questions in regional exams are different from those in English
- Apart from all that, the controversy in the dress code for the NEET 2017 still give goosebumps to candidates
- Academic session already delayed by a month aims to start by August 1, 2017.
- Supreme Court scraps the plea to conduct a re-test of NEET 2017 even after petitions filed
- The NEET 2017 examination even had a “paper leak” fact on the day of examination in Patna, Bihar
- The question papers were distributed to students in exchange of money in Patna and Jaipur and hence there’s uncertainty over Neet 2017 result date.
What worse could happen to the aspiring candidates of the NEET 2017 who had to go through so much in terms of simply taking up a competitive examination in the medical field which was at a pan-India level. Makes us question our authorities responsible for conducting such entrance exams.
Is this the future of India’s medical sector?
If No, explain NEET 2017 and If Yes, the Why????