Ever since the Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the matter, the NEET has been in the national news every other day. Now, in another important development, it has been announced that only NEET scores would fetch admissions in the medical colleges throughout the country.
Marks acquired by the students in the class XII board examinations will have no more impact on an applicant's position. Be that as it may, scoring 50% in class XII board exams remains the base qualification prerequisite to apply for medical courses, said the authorities.
Authorities said that unless the Center intercedes, all confirmations in medical courses will be totally in light of NEET scores from this year onwards. Authorities further said that CBSE, which is leading the NEET examination, will send a different legitimacy rundown to the state, and every state will have the capacity to top off their own portion taking after the legitimacy list. For the top 15% positions across the country, there will be a national level merit list.
Nitin Patel, the health minister, said that he, alongside training Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, will go to Delhi and request that the Union government intercede so that depending exclusively upon NEET is not made mandatory during the current year. The Gujarat government would likewise move for NEET directed in Gujarati.
The state government will likewise request that the Center expel any cut-off criteria, or if nothing else bring down the cut-off criteria for students from Gujarat. "We will likewise make representation that the 85% seats in the state notwithstanding the 15% all India share, be loaded with students who have showed up for their examination from Gujarat," said Nitin Patel.
The Admission Committee for Medical and Paramedical Courses (ACMPC) had come up with a merit list based upon the scores acquired in the class XII examination. This will now have no effect on medicinal stream affirmations.
Aside from the 15% all India quantity, said authorities, the state will have the capacity to concede their own students in 85% remaining seats. To alleviate worries that GSHSEB students may be defeated by students from different sheets, with NEET getting to be compulsory, authorities said the state's share of 85% seats will be filled on the master rata premise prior took after by ACMPC.