CBSE NEET UG 2017 Re-Conducted Examination Date & Admit Card
CBSE NEET UG 2017 Exam new date will be published online soon. NEET UG 2017 Exam will be re-schedule for re-examination at the official site cbseneet.nic.in . So candidates have to wait for the new re-exam date for NEET UG 2017 Exam. CBSE will notify the date of re-exam by releasing the official update on the official website soon.
Expected Dates of Exam & Admit Card Released by CBSE Experts : –
|Admit Card for Only Telangana Students||04 June 2017|
|Exam Conducted||11 June 2017|
NEET 2017: Official Answer Keys, OMR Sheets
NEET UG 2017: CBSE conducts re-exam for Warangal following complaints regarding Regional Question Papers
Students of Kolkata who appeared for NEET 2017 staged a protest demanding re-examination, alleging that the Bengali version of the NEET question paper was tougher than the English and Hindi versions.
With a lot of controversies surrounding the National Eligibility cum the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2017, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) decided to re-conduct the examination for students of Warangal (Telangana).
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CBSE has conducted the re-exam NEET UG 2017 for Warangal following complaints regarding Regional Question Papers. According to a report about 230 students out of which 228 students would attempt the exam in Telugu while rest two students will appear for the exam in Hindi. The exam has been re-conducted as on May 7, 2017, the 228 students were provided with Hindi language question paper instead of Telugu which was their medium of examination. Some parents and some student organizations had protested earlier highlighting the blunder of CBSE. The confusion took place at the exam centre at St Peter’s Central Public School in Hanamkonda area. Read More : NEET 2017 Latest News: Troubles Continue For NEET Exam As Gujarat HC Issues Notices To CBSE, MCI Over Discrepancy In Regional Papers.
This year the CBSE has been faced with many issues right from the row regarding the age limit, after which they faced issues regarding the medium of instruction for the question papers from students of different regions . NEET exam was conducted in 10 languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada and Odiya. There were also allegations that the Marathi and Bengali question papers had different questions from the English question paper. CBSE also came under fire after a 17-year-old student, appearing for the medical entrance exam NEET, was asked to remove her underwear in Kannur, Kerala. The CBSE issued a statement regarding the incident.
More on the report:
- According to reports, the exam will be attended by a total of 230 students
- Further, out of the total number of candidates, 228 students would attempt the exam in Telugu, while the rest of the candidates would appear for the exam in Hindi
- The examination is scheduled to be held at St. Peters Central Public School, Warangal
1138890 students registered for the exam.1128 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs and 613 foreigners attempted the exam. The exam was conducted in 103 cities in 1921 test centres in over 10 languages. 490 CBSE official and 3500 observers were in charge during the exam at the exam centres.
The CBSE NEET UG result is likely to be declared on 8th June 2017. Candidates have attended in huge numbers for the exam. Candidates can get the NEET UG result, NEET 2017 score card and NEET merit list from the official website www.cbseneet.nic.in or just click on the link given below. Counselling will be done in online mode for the students who qualified in the exam and qualified for 15% All India Quota.
National eligibility and entrance test-under graduate (NEET-UG) is a national level examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The all India pre medical test (AIPMT) is replaced by NEET. There are about 95000 seats with 65000 MBBS seats and 25000 BDS seats in all government and private medical colleges across India.
Respected Source – NDTV