The Supreme Court refuses to annul NEET 2017, directs CBSE for question papers common in all languages
A petition was tabled last month by a group of students who claim that the paper difficulty level of eight vernacular questions is higher compared to English and Hindi. CBSE has already rejected that there were variations of documents of the issue at a previous hearing.
The Supreme Court observed today that there should be a document of common questions for medical examination – NEET. After hearing an argument from a student about the level of difficulty of the national entrance eligibility test, the Court of Appeal found that CBSE, the conduct of the body, you must file an affidavit indicating that the mechanism will choose To pass the next year’s exam.
A petition was tabled last month by a group of students who claim that the paper difficulty level of eight vernacular questions is higher compared to English and Hindi. The applicants submitted that the entire India ranking was under consideration by NEET, which assumed that each candidate should be given the same role of questions.
CBSE had already rejected that there were variations of documents of the issue at a previous hearing.
The Supreme Court also requested data from candidates who broke the entrance examination in the vernacular. Annex, presented today by the CBSE indicates that in NEET 2017, 100152 candidates appeared in the examination in the vernacular languages, of which 30817 are qualified. However, only one candidate managed to score more than 600 points (720) and fewer than 501-600 points 84 were qualified.
CBSE compared to the test data of 2013 when 21778 medical aspirants appeared in the vernacular languages, which received only 1 student score below 501-600 while no one could write more than 601 points.
NEET 2017 was held on May 7 and the candidates appeared in Gujarati, the Tamil and Bengali language complained about the difficulty level. 11.35 lakh of aspirants, nearly 6.11 lakh candidates have passed the national eligibility and entry test (NEET) 2017.