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To begin with, lets understand what is NEET and why NEET was implemented?


What is NEET?

NEET (National Eligibility and Entrance Test) is a uniform entrance examination conducted by CBSE for admission into Undergraduate Medical courses (MBBS/BDS) and Post Graduate Medical courses (MD/MS) on the basis of merit into all medical institutions (government, private or deemed universities) throughout India. As per the judgment of Honorable Supreme Court of India and the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Act, 2016 (No. 39 of 2016 dated 4th August 2016), NEET will be the sole criteria for seeking admission into UG and PG medical courses throughout India for all government & private colleges.  All other State, Private etc. medical entrance examinations are invalid. Only AIIMS, JIPMER & PGIMER are out of the purview of NEET as they are autonomous institutions established by (separate law) an act of Parliament 1956.


Why NEET was implemented?

Few important reasons for NEET implementation:

1. All medical aspirants across country to be gauged through uniform entrance and seat allocation based on merit. Provide equal playing field to all the aspirants.


2. To do away with Capitation Fees and providing seats to the deserving candidates.


3. To improve the standard of Education.



Though NEET was implemented without giving ample time for preparation for the students who followed syllabus other than CBSE, it can be said that “A rule isn’t unfair if it applies to everyone”.


"NEET question papers were different" is the main reason for seeking your support and starting this petition for discarding 7th May 2017 NEET Examination and re-conducting NEET examination.


Hypothetically I would like to ask everyone that if the same student is made to answer all the different NEET papers (of all languages using translators), will he be able to score exactly same marks in all the papers? If the answer is “NO” then why is NEET required? If different papers are given then it reflects that there is direct violation of Honorable Supreme Court of India order and Indian Government.


Following effects can be listed because of non uniform NEET examination paper across different languages:

1. Students of the states whose paper was supposedly easy or based on  state syllabus will have higher chance to secure a seat both locally and in national quota. These candidates will eat away the seats not just locally but from national quota. Thereby deserving candidates will not get seats.


2. If all the NEET question papers sets DO NOT HAVE SAME QUESTIONS in different order including vernacular languages then the very purpose of conducting nationwide common entrance test is defeated.


3. As per the case filed, the present evaluation system is contrary to law and in violation of Article 14 of the Indian Constitution under Right to Equality.  Article 14: Right to equality before law and Article 15: Prohibition of discrimination based on some criteria.


4. There are news that NEET question papers was leaked. (Under the process of investigation)


5. Lastly, even if one deserving candidate doesn’t get the seat then justice is not done.


Hence through this petition we seek and request the concerned to discard 7th May 2017 NEET Examination and re-conduct NEET examination keeping the best interest of the students at its heart.


It is to be noted that students used to attempt multiple entrance examinations earlier and attempting the NEET exam again shouldn’t be a big hurdle in the greater interest.


On behalf of the deserving students I would personally request the Indian Government, the Education Minister of India, the Honorable Supreme Court of India, CBSE, MCI and all the other concerned authorities to take note of the above and re-conduct the NEET examination again.  A solution could be to print each question in English and as well as in Regional language of concerned state but the questions should be same throughout India.


“Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are”. – Benjamin Franklin.


“Justice consists not in being neutral between right and wrong, but in finding out the right and upholding it, wherever found, against the wrong”. – Theodore Roosevelt.

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