NEET 2018 exam aspirants now have a huge sigh of relief and a big reason to celebrate as SC stays orders on restrictions imposed on applying for the test online. CBSE NEET (UG) 2018 exam notification is available on official website of the education board as the conducting body of the test online. With candidates all aspiring to take NEET 2018 exam this year in May, several aspirants were debarred from taking the test.
The apex court considering the sensitivity of the issue has allowed all such candidates to fill online application forms and apply for the NEET 2018 exam at cbseneet.nic.in online. Read on to know the entire story on controversy surrounding National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam here.
NEET 2018 | Open School Candidates Can Now Apply For Exam Online
NIOS and open school candidates who were earlier barred from applying for NEET 2018 exam online have now been granted permission to do so. With no official word on whether they would be allowed to sit for the NEET exam on May 6, 2018 or not, at least these candidates shall now be able to apply online for the exam.
With its online application date deadline approaching nearer day by day, the debarred candidates who had filed petitions eagerly awaited for its verdict. The court has now allowed such candidates to at least be able to apply for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination scheduled to be held in May 2018 this year.
The restrictions imposed on the candidates in terms of upper age limit and open school category candidates in applying from NEET 2018 took an ugly side this time as candidates felt deceived via such harsh norms. Bringing some sigh of relief to them, NEET 2018 aspirants have now been allowed to fill and submit online application forms at cbseneet.nic.in online.
NEET 2018 Latest Updates & Official Notification at cbseneet.nic.in Online
NEET which serves as the medical entrance exam for candidates who wish to pursue UG courses in fields like MBBS, BDS in topmost medical colleges of repute is conducted by CBSE every year. With more and more candidates taking the NEET 2018 controversy to another level, many petitions were filed against the eligibility norms and restrictions imposed on them.
The official notification for CBSE NEET 2018 exam is available online and candidates moved to courts demanding justice. Read about ‘5 Things That Debarred Candidates From Taking NEET 2018 This Year.’
Also, the verdict remains pending with the court and shall be released in the first week of April 2018. Candidates have only been allowed to submit online application forms for NEET 2018 and it is still not clear whether they would be allowed to take the test or not.
Well, all we can hope and pray is justice prevails in the end.