National Eligibility cum Entrance Test organised by Central Board of Secondary Education has evoked apex courts and State to the edge after NEET Phase I& II result in created lot of stir among the students. Thousands of students pointed out towards the matter of doubt regarding the comparison between phase I and phase II results.
One of the most disturbing examples which evoked the concern was of an applicant from Agra, name undisclosed, whose score in NEET phase I was 568 which differed variedly from Phase II with 681. The difference of 113 marks seemed quite unusual as mostly 20 to 30 marks vary from Phase I to II. The matter was immediately sent to the Supreme Court seeking probe aginst the issue. NEET Phase I & II results have been now challenged in the Supreme Court.
The results challenged in the court possesses only central granted colleges and Medical institutes and have excluded all private colleges from the list. The score of few examinees raised alarm among the designated authorities thus to seek an opinion of the apex court. The Bill was passed taken into consideration of all colleges Medical as well as Dental, in India, where students would be able to get admission in any college, be it government or private.
As of now, The Honourable Supreme Court of India, probe order dated 7th June 2012, in I.A. of No. 25/2012 in writ petition (Civil)No 443 of 1992 in the matter of Sharwan Kumar Vs Directorate General of Health Services and Anr has directed the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare to hold Online Counseling for 15% All India Quota undergraduate MBBS/BDS seats. In order to comply with these directions Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has constituted a Medical Counseling Committee (MCC).