NEET 2016-17 admission process ordered by Supreme Court of India

{ Posted on 11:36 PM by V.C.Dave }
On 28th April 2016 Supreme Court of India agrees to pass order on NEET 2016-17. NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test) is in discussion since 2013. There are many different questions and confusions on the NEET.
During discussion Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand submitted that the All India PMT would be re-named as NEET-I and conducted on May 1. A second batch of exams would be conducted on July 24. The combined results would be declared by August 17. Counselling rounds would be held for 45 days between August 17 and September 30. The entire process would be completed by September 30. An approximate number of 6.5 lakh students would attend the exams across the country.
With this judgement now the AIPMT is known as NEET. This year it will be conducted in two phases. Already students who are appearing on this Sunday 1st May 16, they shall continue to appear. But those who have not appeared in state like TamilNadu and AP and even Gujarat and MP and other will have chance to appear on July 24 second phase. The details will be available soon on the web http://aipmt.nic.in/aipmt/welcome.aspx

Still there are many unanswered questions
1. What will be the status of Management quota seats? Will students need to appear.
Our answer is that all students who want admission is medical dental should appear in NEET examination this year without fail. This is thumb rule. Don't wait for any judgement.

2. What will be the status of NRI seats in private medical colleges?
Our answer to this issue is also clear that pure NRI should process as per routine procedure. But those who waned to get admission in sponsor NRI seat, such student should appear NEET without fail.

3. Some government medical colleges have NRI seats, what will happened to them?
They are surly going to follow NEET. So NRI who wanted to take admission in Government medical colleges NRI seats they should start preparation on NEET.

ANy other issue please write us.
We will post more as we will get update



Update on judgement of Honl Supreme Court

After very big confusion regarding NEET,finally cleared. Let us welcome the verdict of Supreme Court on NEET. Now every student has been given opportunity to perform according to his/ her merit.
Know the important facts regarding judgement of Supreme court and your Exams.
1. NEET phase 2 is open for all medical aspirants even though someone has appeared in NEET Phase one.
2*It is not mandatory for the aspirants to take part in phase 2. If someone think that he has performed well in phase 1, he/she can leave the exam of phase two.
3* If you want to appear in NEET phase 2, then your candidature of phase 1 will be cancelled and u can't claim the performance of phase one.
4*Any one either who was applicant of aipmt or not can participate in phase two.
5* No state can take exam for MBBS and BDS but the 85% kota of state seats will be filled with NEET state ranking.
6*No private college can take entrance exam for MBBS and BDS ,their seats will be filled through NEET ranking.
7*You need to fill fresh form for NEET phase two.
8* Reservation policy will not be affected and will remain same like before.
9* Every state can apply their own reservation policy.
10* Now only two entrance exam for the admission of MBBS and BDS will exist. One NEET and other AIIMS. Now you have good opportunity to get the reward of your merit. Go ahead to achieve your Goal. Continue your preparation for upcoming exams AIIMS and NEET Phase two.

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