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Recently, in an order passed by Supreme Court for the counseling of medical seats through NEET, the court has remarked that there will be a centralised NEET Counseling which will be conducted as a joint exercise by a panel comprising officials from Maharashtra government and representatives of the deemed universities. The further clarification was sought after the declaration of this order, regarding the seats which are already filled. In the wake of this, the apex court made clear that the admissions which have already been made to various colleges and universities would not be affected due to this decision.
This has proved to be a major relief to the medical aspirants, as the candidates were dealing with lot of confusions, right from the mandate of NEET to the commencement of NEET counseling as per the NEET Merit List. Supreme Court also commanded that the admission process have to be completed by October 7, 2016. Prior to this order, the deemed Universities argued that the state government is violating their fundamental right to head their own institutions and hold individual counseling for students. Already, majority of students, who have cleared National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) have taken admission through the seats offered to them in various colleges and medical institutes. As per recent records, 85% seats are already been filled.
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test, more commonly known as NEET is introduced this year for admission into Medical and Dental courses across India. The entrance exam aims to provide a common ground for admissions in medical and dental colleges. It also aims to bring uniformity to the admission into medical courses. NEET is a highly competitive examination where lakhs of Medical students from India compete to get the most sought after seats.
A bench comprising Justices A.K. Sikri and L. Nageswara Rao said “In so far as second or third counselling is concerned, that shall be a joint exercise which means that it shall be done by the Committee of the State Government which shall include one representative each from these universities. The respondent universities shall nominate their respective representatives forthwith". The bench further added that “This shall ensure admission of those who are more meritorious but left out, but are interested in taking admission in the respondent universities”.
The court order, for the purpose of counseling has directed that all the records related to admissions with the universities shall be handed over to the committee of the state government.
A contempt petition was filed by the Madhya Pradesh government, alleging that private medical colleges had been refusing to give admission to students who has participated through centralized counselling process conducted by state government. Also, the petition said that private colleges are forcing and insisting students to take admissions after conducting the counseling of their own. In the wake of this, Supreme Court ordered to cancel the past counselling process conducted by private colleges and to start a fresh through a centralized counseling process.
This year NEET 2016, was surrounded with lot of controversies, ranging from paper leak to Supreme Court orders. Before this order by the Supreme Court, private medical institutes would reach out to eligible candidates through offer letters on the basis of NEET Results.
For NEET 1, over 6, 00,000 medical aspirants appeared which was scheduled to be held on May 1. Another phase of NEET 2, which was held on July 24, 2016 was conducted successfully and NEET counselling process in still ongoing which will end on September 30, 2016.
For the help of students, we are listing the schedule of NEET counselling, so that they can get a clear idea of what to do after NEET results.
|1.||Registration, Choice Filling & Indicative Seat||August|
|2.||Choices and Locking (Round 1)||August|
|3.||Seat Allotment (Round 1)||August|
|4.||Result Declaration (Round 1)||August|
|5.||Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College for candidates qualifying (Round 1)||August|
|6.||Choices and Locking (Round 2)||September|
|7.||Seat Allotment (Round 2)||September|
|8.||Result Declaration (Round 2)||September|
|9.||Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College for candidates qualifying (Round 2)||September|
|10.||Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota||September|
After the completion of counseling process, Seat allotment takes place. Each qualifying candidate will be allotted seat on the basis of merit list. To give you a clear idea on NEET seat Allotment process, we have listed some pointers, which should be taken into consideration at the time of seat allotment:
Reporting at the Medical / Dental Colleges /Institutions for candidates qualifying Round 2
This year NEET Exam was in news for various reasons. Due to lot of aggravation created because of NEET Exam, candidates are trying to get a hang of clarifications on confusions, they are dealing with. So, for the help of candidates, we are providing with helpline numbers so that they can get a sigh of relief. Aspirants can ask about their confusions and can place a call for their queries on the following numbers:
|Name||Contact Number||Email Id||Timings|
|Help desk||011-22041807,firstname.lastname@example.org||9:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.|
|email@example.com||9:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.|
|NEET Branch||011-22019683,firstname.lastname@example.org||9:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.|
|Special Helpline Number||9599590192, 9599590193, 9599590194, 9599590195, email@example.com|
9:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
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