In the midst of all controversies surrounding the CBSE NEET 2017 exam, the Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to re-conduct the exam for the students of Warangal (Telangana).
According to the reports the board has taken the decision following the complaints from the students that they were give the hard paper (Telugu) as compared to their English counterpart.The news has been confirmed by the NEET officials in Telangana and the concerned students have been informed about the venue and re-examination news.
More on the report:
- A total of 320 students will appear for the exam, according to the reports.
- Out of the total number of students 228 will attempt the exam inTelugu and rest will attempt the exam in Hindi.
- The venue for the re-exam is St. Peters Central Public School, Warangal.
A total of 11,38,890 students registered for the CBSE NEET 2017 including 1522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs and 613 foreigners. The exam was conducted in 10 different languages in 103 cities at 1921 exam centers.
For conducting the exam smoothly 490 CBSE officials were deployed at the exam centers which supervised the exam personally along with the 3500 observers and city coordinators from the schools affiliated with the CBSE.