NEET update and long term impact on MBBS admission

{ Posted on 9:48 PM by V.C.Dave }
On 24th May Ordinances on NEET (UG) was declared for admission in MBBS for year 2016-17. Minister of Hand Family Welfare Shri J P Nadda gave information. He said only state quota seats in both Government and private medical colleges are exempted from NEET for this year, if state wants to opt. But NEET 2016-17 is applicable for UG medical admission in all private institution and deemed universities. 
States of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry do not conduct an examination for entrance in its Medical and Dental Colleges, and instead admit students on the basis of marks obtained at Class XII examinations for their State Govt. seats, admissions in these States for the current year only, shall be as per present procedure being adopted by these two States.
Shri Nadda categorically clarified that the management quota seats shall be filled by the respective private colleges/associations of colleges and/or private universities/deemed universities through the NEET UG-2016 examination only, in all the States even for this year. He also said that from next year starting with PG examination in December 2016, NEET will fully apply without any exemption.

As InformationMBBS we are working for quality of medical education. In this phase we are helping students who are interested to choose this field. This is really big challenging and exciting field. All parents have dream to make his her ward to “Doctor”. But since last few years the admission process made lots of confusion in India. Don’t worry as india is in transition phase, this will happen for few years. It will set in coming next 2-3 years.
We are suggesting parents to focus on goal. Continuous read this web and help us to reach each students and school for authentic information.

The long term impact of the judgement and ordinance on medical education.
There are lots of long term advantages in medical education. The students will get equal opportunity for admission at state level and national level.
There are various state specific admission rules will be formed.
NEET base state merit list will be used for admission on 85% of state quota. 15% national quota will be used for national NEET merit.
Management and NRI admission is still under confusion. This year many private and government NRI MBBS admission will take place on NEET basis.
Good quality medical students will be available for good product.
Competition will increase.
Quality of infrastructure of medical colleges will improve.
Good teachers will be attracted for medical education.

So be positive and get ready for NEET exam. Best wishes

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