Monday, 9 May 2016

SC Final order for NEET 2016 and State PMTs read it and share

This is post of my GURU DR. AMIT GUPTA
I am sharing it from his facebook profile.....
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Read The ORDER here & SHARE it... (if you think that everyone must know about "Your" Sir 
जो कुछ मैंने 5 मई की post में लिखा था माननीय न्यायालय ने वही आदेश किया है...
SC Has done Exactly what I Proposed in my Earlier Post (May 5 19:46)
See yourself...
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Thanks to hon'ble Supreme Court for regarding my proposal as the "Best Possible Remedy" Under these circumstances...

The Supreme Court of India has finally put to rest all speculations surrounding National Eligibility cum Entrance Test this for this academic year.
As per the order passed today, candidates who had appeared for phase 1 of the exam will be allowed to appear for phase 2. However, this would be subject to them giving up candidature of phase 1. This would mean that if a candidate, who sat for phase 1, sits for phase 2, his score/rank secured in phase 2 exam alone will be considered for his admission.
“Only other contention relates to perceived hardship to the students who have either applied for NEET-I but could not appear or who appeared but could not prepare fully thinking that the preparation was to be only for 15% All India seats and there will be further opportunity to appear in other examinations. To allay any such apprehension, we direct that all such eligible candidates who could not appear in NEET-I and those who had appeared but have apprehension that they had not prepared well, be permitted to appear in NEET-II, subject to seeking an option from the said candidates to give up their candidature for NEET-I. It would be open to the respondents to reschedule the date of holding NEET-II, if necessary. To this extent the earlier orders stand modified.”
The Court has given CBSE and MCI the freedom to change the date for holding phase 2. Interestingly, it has appointed former Chief Justice RM Lodha to oversee the whole process. This is the fourth such committee of which Justice Lodha has been made a part.
Further, Common Entrance Tests conducted by different States will not be allowed. The Court ruled that NEET, being the creation of a Central legislation overrides States entrance exams

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