Amid confusion over common medical examination, following points will help you understand what exactly is the Supreme Court’s verdict.
1) The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting the NEET in the current year only in English and Hindi.
2) All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) will be considered the first phase of NEET. Therefore the first phase of NEET will be held on May 1.
3) Those those who had not applied for AIPMT (NEET 1) will be given the opportunity to appear in NEET-2 on July 24.
4) While six lakh candidates will be appearing for the NEET-1, two lakh candidates might appear for NEET-2.
5) The combined result would be declared on August 17. 6) The admission process will be completed by September 30. 7) From next year onwards, they will be NEET for all MBBS, BDS exams and it will have only one level. 8) The Supreme Court will hear plea of states like Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka on May 3 as whether they are allowed to conduct separate tests or not