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Common entrance test for medical colleges invalid, says Supreme Court

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TMJ2 months ago
NEET was perfectly justified and there is no need to conduct mutliple exams by each of the institutions and harassing the hapless students. Throw Mamta nd Jayalalitha to the Bay of Bengal.
Anonymous2 months ago
@TMJ: State govts in collusion with private medical colleges are preventing a hassle free single entrance exam for the candidates in order to indulge in scams.
Sam2 months ago
@TMJ: There are 2 issues here – 1. While a common nation wide test is great, it must be ensured that all students have the same syllabus to be able to answer it. The timing is critical. You cannot say that from now on, every student will give an exam based on CBSE syallabus which is completely different from state syllabus. This takes time. The supreme court has made the correct decision. 2. If the need is ‘good’ doctors, please remove reservations for this field. No one will like to be treated by a person who got 50% marks and qualified as doctor based on caste.
Doctor2 months ago
Sadly the most trusted body, Supreme Court, was overpowered by money today. A Black Day for our country. And moreover No Media supported the suffering 90,000 doctors. They were all busy in covering Shitty news that sells. Sad, very sad condition of our country.
Shaji Thomas2 months ago
@Doctor: Yes you are right ,God knows how many crores of Rs rolled on to get this order
Anonymous2 months ago
@Doctor: Perfectly right. Our New Delhi people have time to expedite cases like providing one month time to actors facing trial, looking at other cases backed by politicians and such important cases which belong to student community – who are our future…are of no urgency to SC.
raj ns2 months ago
So unfortunate that money has once again become the mighty. the corrupt way of admitting students in various private medical colleges is known to everyone in this nation except the apex court. The judicial process has failed to realize the greater interest of genuine and deserving students who struggle to make their dreams come true. the honorable judges are bound to give a valid explanation for their verdict, and whom their judgement is going to benefit. They should realize that its not a case between MCI and those opposing NEET, but actually its between genuine candidates Vs a corrupt system. No body in this nation has any right to speak about brain drain, when they disrespect the true elites.
Anonymous2 months ago
@raj ns: Very rightly said..why the smart Supreme court judges see this…
Anonymous2 months agoPosted 
If this country is to really produce doctors of calibre,then let’s go ahead with the entrance exams. Some states which are blocking them have political compulsions and it is proving disastrous to the quality of students we see from these states ! A former medical college professor
Anonymous2 months ago
@Anonymous: Let us stop reservations also.
Anonymous2 months ago
@Anonymous: Darna Kya? PMK’s Ramadoss unleashing violence against dalits and his son Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss, who went after the AIIMS director Venugopal. If such people become doctors, where is India heading..!
K DEVA2 months ago
It is Mamatha,Jayalalitha etc crying in the name of federalism spoil the systems for their political gain.
Sam2 months ago
There are 2 issues here – 1. While a common nation wide test is great, it must be ensured that all students have the same syllabus to be able to answer it. The timing is critical. You cannot say that from now on, every student will give an exam based on CBSE syallabus which is completely different from state syllabus. This takes time. The supreme court has made the correct decision. 2. If the need is ‘good’ doctors, please remove reservations for this field. No one will like to be treated by a person who got 50% marks and qualified as doctor based on caste.
Anonymous2 months ago
What the hell done by our Indian government!
Anonymous2 months ago
@Anonymous: Still busy trying to control scams by their own ministers, this is one of the things at the end of their list for Aam Aadmi..
PDAK2 months ago
The honourable court shall consider the fact that many private medical colleges and association of colleges conduct their exams on Computer readable sheets and the markings are done only on pencil. The system as this commenter understands is like this. Influncial persons and money bags buy seats in such institutes by paying advance money which is about 25% lower than normal capitation fee. Then the answer sheets are rectified in a way to such candidates get high scores and results declared. As a possible remedy, the machine readable answer steets should be read then and there in the exam halls and directly logged in to the web site of MCI. MCI should be made more powerful and accountable in the conduct of entrance and entire medical education of the selected student. This is the height of corruption and should be curbed. All privately studied should be validated on a national level before grant of licence to practice.
Anonymous2 months ago
What the hell done by our Indian government, they spoil lots of students & parents dreams.The private colleges would harvest.Whom gave the responsibility for this! What we want to do for our dream.
Suresh Shamanna2 months ago
SC has rightly said no to multiple exams.Now the SC has to stop the corrupt system which deprive genius students to get proper admissions in its reserved verdict.
Anonymous2 months ago
Our “system” favors expeditious ruling of cases pertaining to actors and politicians and scams and ignores / delays to give judgement pertaining to students who are our country’s future. Their delayed judgement has affected one full year of PG medical students already. For current medical aspirants (those who are in Std XII) – esp from Maharashtra…they are in bigger soup – Maha Govt hasn’t planned any state level CET 2013 exams at all. There is no notice or plans for MH CET 2013 – for MBBS entrance in Maha Govt colleges…! Gujarat has already conducted their state CET 2013 exam and have declared their STd XII results..! They had clearly given notice in leadiuung newspapers that if State & pvt colleges are to have their opwn exams, then the state CET scores would be counted for admissions. SO now – Gujarat students can start enjoying vacations – whilst Maharashtra students have to wait for MH CET notice, have to fill forms for MH CET exams, the state would have to conduct CET exam – by giving notice to Std XII students of at least 3-4 weeks & conduct MH CET 2013 exams by end June latest – so that results can be declared by mid July – when colleges start on 1-Aug-2013. This is total harassment to student community by bunch of people handling this “system”. India doesn’t seem to be heading for bright future.
Rajashree Devi2 months ago
Its better to put off all kinds of reservations for neet.it simply harrashes the deserved candidates.. Hope supreme court looks over this matter. Its the need of hour.

 

Uma Kanta3 months ago
this is not the relief for students, this is the relief for private college owners,
shaant2 months ago
its really a shamefull decision as it has allowed pvt medical colleges to collect bags of money from students ,only god can help we aspirants………really a big setback for all india entrance.
Anonymous2 months ago
The supreme court must behave in a more restrained manner and not like know alls . The idea of a common all -India entrance examination is a sure first step to disintegration of India
 
jay3 months ago
unwritten facts in this order r 1) whole system is corrupt and sc is not spare from that. 2) sc judges only see money and want to make as much as they can as they r on the verge of retirement.so dont expect for honest verdict. 3) whoever want to live in corruption free nation pls start preparing for us mle and leave this country as soon as possible.
anupam2 months ago
These medical duffers ( MBBS from Private Medical Colleges ) only encourage the malpractices and corruptions. I request Supreme Court Of India , for God sake, at least education sector should be Corruption free. For other sectors it is universal truth we are the shameless Indians and contribute all type of dirty habits/malpractices/corruptions etc.
Anonymous2 months ago
What would happen to states like Maharashtra – who haven’t started their process for this years’s MH CET 2013 exams? How will admissions to Maharashtra Govt colleges happen? Maha will have to conduct its own State CET 2013 – in next few weeks – or else future of 5 lakh students from that state would be in jeopardy.
Ajay2 months ago
RIP Justice
doctor2 months ago
never felt so cheated being a doctor…suoreme court and mci made us look like afool …….very sad day for doctors
Anonymous2 months ago
” SC is making a mistake without taking into account a long term view.” Autonomy leads to irregularities and corruption. Just wait, the colleges would have declared the result to the aspirants who will be willing to pay for admisssion, because for people making money by “kandhu vatti”, aka interest on cash loans at anywhere berween 2% and 5% per month do not have a problem paying 55 Lakhs to a medical college in chennai. Please note the candidate who thus sought admission also has epilepsy. These kandhu vatti people want status in society by making an epileptic girl to study MBBS. Jai Ho India, Munnabhai MBBS..!
Anonymous2 months ago
Why did it take the SC so much time to give this judgement? Why did it keep the students future to ransom? State level exams have only Std XII syllabus and NEET has 2 years syllabus. By giving this judgement so late – it has wasted energy and time of lakhs of students who studied STd XI syllabus in parallel instead of concentrating their energy in only single year syllabus. Now – since Maharashtra hasnt notified conducting its own State CET exam, now students will have very less time to study “only Std XII” for this state’s CET.
abhijeet3 months ago
its nt gud ..council may take d decision before taking d entrance..
James Malkom Sahu2 weeks ago
I will be happy if there will be one entrance exam for MBBS… but the reservation should be in gender only not in cast and creed…because on the Earth..to become doctors there is male and female only…
abhijeet3 months ago
its nt gud ……if d council was nt ready to take neet dan dey should nt take d earlier system waz better dan dis ….entrance…
Rakesh Tripathi2 months ago
This is nothing but a nexus which works in the benefits private colleges , if this was intention then why MCI & DCI is making fool to students from last two years and still wants to continue under the name of supreme court order . Point well taken that all boards do not have same syllabus & caliber of each reason student different from others then first make uniform syllabus for level playing field & then implement , till that time there should be single entrance test for each state & all concerned government & private medical colleges should admit from same , one & common entrance test for al central university institution including AIIMS & like institute . in the name of registeration everyone is making money & students are confused for such action .
James Malkom Sahu2 weeks ago
I am happy that there is one entrance exam for MBBS… but there should be reservation for male and female only…not for any cast and creed… on earth to be a doctor either there is male or female…and nothing else..
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