Fresh petition filed in Madras High Court to cancel NEET 2017-18
The Madras High Court Bench here on Monday ordered the production of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) question papers in all 10 languages on June 12, to take a further decision on the declaration of the results of the test held on May 7 for admission to undergraduate medical courses. The plea has been filed by Petitioner J Gladwin and he has approached the High Court seeking the cancellation of NEET for admission to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) programmes. Read | NEET 2017: Gujarati question paper tougher than English, say examinees. According to reports, with none of the concern agencies seeking for an early hearing, it is unlikely that the NEET 2017 result would be declared on June 8. On this ground, Justice M V Muralidharan has granted interim injunction asking government not to publish results until June 7.
They said that the same set of questions should be asked to all the candidates because the merit list prepared by the CBSE will be common for all candidates.
The court also directed Union health and family welfare secretary, DG health services, Medical Council of India (MCI), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Government of Tamil Nadu to reply by June 7.
Students coming out of an examination centre after appearing in NEET 2017 in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
In his petition he has questioned the methodology adopted by the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) in preparing different question papers in different languages, came up for admission.