Supreme Court to review its July 18 judgment on NEET
The hope for a single window admission test for admission to MBBS and postgraduate medical courses has regained momentum as the Supreme Court has decided to reconsider its July 18 judgment where a bench led by the then CJI Altamas Kabir had scrapped NEET. The SC decision to review the decision came after reflecting on the review petitions filed by the Centre and the Medical Council of India (MCI). The Supreme Court’s verdict of July 18 was announced by then CJI Altamas Kabir on his last day in office. According to the verdict, private medical colleges were allowed to frame their own admission norms and also charge capitation fees as against NEET that was a single-window admission test for admission to MBBS and postgraduate medical courses.
In the three judge bench, Justice A R Dave had disagreed with the decision to scrap the NEET because he said that there was no proper discussion on the draft majority verdict. He also said that the decision was taken in a hasty manner as the then CJI was to retire soon.
While Justice Kabir and Justice Vikramjit Sen favoured quashing of NEET as they opposed the framework saying that the admission to 31,000 MBBS and BDS seats as well as 11,000 MD seats cannot be made through the single window test.
The decision of SC to discontinue NEET left the parents and students disappointed because the single window admission system of NEET offered transparency, exempted medical students from taking various entrance tests and exempted them from paying donation or capitation fees.
According to the media reports, the MCI had said, "The emphasis on matters of heart, human sympathies, beliefs and aspirations in preference to marks obtained in common entrance test will ruin medical education and adversely impact quality of professional education in our country."
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Questions related to NEET
if a person scored 50+%in pcb and his board percent is 50+ is he or she eliglible for NEET 2021?
As per the latest guidelines, for NEET 2021,the eligibility criteria is:
Candidate must have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination with Chemistry, Biology and Physics as mandatory subjects. They must have scored a minimum of 50% in aggregate and in each subject too. OBC/ SC/ST candidates must have scored a minimum of 40% while PwD candidates must score at least 45% in the qualifying exam
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in neet counselling should we again pay for round 2
As per your query if you had paid money during registration of round one ,then you opt for round two for upgradation, then you do not need to pay for the 2nd round of registration.
But if you hadn't registered for 1st round and want to appear for 2nd round fresh then you will have to pay security deposit and counselling fee.
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I got 415 marks in NEET 2020. all India rank 1,68,371 n category rank 11,477. I belongs to sc category in Karnataka state. can i expect government mbbs seat???
Based on your NEET marks under sc category under state quota you have chances in below private colleges with government seat.Having said that clearing cut off merely does not guarantte admission it also depends on the no of seats available,no of students applying for particular seat and many other factors.
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore
M.S.Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore
You can check here the previous year state quota cut offs category wise
To know your best possible chances in your desired colleges you can click below to get complete list of colleges based on your NEET score and category
is there any chance to get mbbs seat in all in quote of neet with 50000 rank?Im from ap
Hello Dear Student,
If you belong to General Category then at this Rank it is not possible to secure a MBBS Seat in a Govt Medical College under All India 15% Quota Counselling by MCC, However at this rank you can secure a MBBS seat in a Deemed University under All India Quota Counselling, but fee structure is very high in deemed universities that is 10 lakh rupees to 25 lakh rupees per year.
I will advise you to participate in upcoming M.P State Counselling for better chances. Even in M.P State counselling chances are low for Government Medical College on your Rank but if you are interested in Private Medical College then you will get a MBBS seat in a private college for sure, Fee is low in state private medical colleges as compared to Deemed Universities.
To know the Previous year Cut off of M.P State, Please visit: https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-mp
Predict your chances of Securing Medical College on your Rank by using Careers360 NEET College predictor tool, here is the link: https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
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my neet Mark is 411 air 172870. obc category. rural quota and SNQ quota are reservations for me is there any possibility for government seat if it is how can I proceed
Hello Dear Student,
If we talk about All India Counselling by MCC then At this Rank there are no chances of getting MBBS Seat in a Government Medical College because Cut off is High this year even for OBC, SC, ST Category Students and The above mentioned Quotas by you that is RURAL Quota and SNQ Quota are not applicable in All India Counselling.
The Rural Quota and SNQ Quota will be applicable in your state quota counselling so I will advise you, At this rank do not register for All India Counselling by MCC, You should go with State Quota Counselling for better chances.
To predict the chances of securing Government Medical College on your Rank, Please use Careers360 NEET College predictor Tool, here is the link: https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
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