Today the Commerce Minister Ms. Sitharaman has assured the Tamil Nadu State Government that it full offer all possible assistance on the ordinance draft submitted by the State Government for exepmtion from NEET,.
Till last year admissions for MBBS in Tamil Nadu were based on Class 12 results and and the State Government is not ready to accept the new rules and order of Supreme Court that all admissions should be through NEET only.
Confused students are in panic mode now and many have applied to study MBBS Abroad.
A group of students from Tamil Nadu Supreme Court requesting for directives to State Government for starting the Counseling immediately.
Their please will be most probably listed for 17 August 2017.
Less than 2 weeks for completing this year admission formalities are left and medical aspirants form the state are all confused and rushing to foreign Universities for MBBS Admission Abroad.
50 MBBS seats under ST category were allotted in Maharashtra to candidates for MBBS and were give time of 3 months to submit their Caste Validity Certificate.
The Supreme Court has overruled the Aurangabad bench of Bombay High Court decision of 12 July this year cancelling their admission.
Next date of hearing in the Supreme Court is on 18 August 2017.
Already there is confusion in Maharashtra over MBBS admissions this year viz-a-viz private medical colleges fees and many medical aspirants are going for study mbbs abroad – especially for MBBS in Europe.
The Centralised Admission Committee (Centac) has started the counseling for allotment of MBBS seats under management quota in Puducherry,
Further, counseling for candidates under minority and NRI quota have also started and this will be held till 17th August 2017.
Puducheery has shortage of MBBS seats in comparison to number of aspirants and every year many study students from Puducheery prefer to study MBBS Abroad and opt for MBBS in Ukraine as fees is reasonable there degree is approved in India.
The private medical colleges in Kerala have been allowed to charge tuition fee of Rs. 11 lac per year by the Supreme Court of India for all admissions being conducted for the academic year 2017-18.
Every candidate will have to pay in cash Rs. 5 lacs and the remaining Rs. 6 lacs can be paid through other means including a bank guarantee.
This order will be implemented for the 85% state quota seats. For NRI quota seats the fee of Rs. 20 lacs per year remains unchanged.
The State Government had put a ceiling at Rs. 5 lacs and the Supreme Court has overruled the judgment of the Kerala High Court.
As a result of this verdict, many aspirants from Kerala are looking for MBBS admission abroad as MBBS abroad from Government Colleges can be done at 20%-30% of this fees and it is recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI).
Today, the Tamil Nadu State Government has sent to the centre a draft ordinance seeking exemption from NEET for this year for MBBS / BDS admissions in the state.
MBBS admissions throughout India are to be conducted through NEET as per Supreme Court order and Tamil Nadu has been opposing this since beginning.
31st August 2017 is the last date for closing MBBS admissions as per Supreme Court order. With only 2 weeks left many medical aspirants who are confused and anxious are applying for MBBS Admission Abroad, especially for MBBS in China.
The Tamil Nadu Government is trying very hard to get exemption for NEET 2017. It has passed two bills in assembly which are waiting President’s nod for over 6 months now: The 2 bills are:
- Tamil Nadu Admissions to Post Grad. Courses in Medicine and Dentistry Bill, 2017
- Tamil Nadu Admissions to MBBS and BDS Courses Bill 2017.
Even after getting good grades in Class 12th, many students are being forced to take MBBS Admission abroad as very short time is left.
To study MBBS Abroad there is no need for any entrance exam.
Last month some student shad filed a petition in the Supreme Court of India stating that NEET 2017 question papers in the 8 regional languages were difficult than the English question papers and requested NEET to be conducted again.
1 candidate from the qualified scored more than 600 marks while nearly 80 candidates scored between 500 & 600.
In it’s reply today the CBSE informed the Supreme Court that approx. 1,00,000 students opted for taking exam in regional languages and nearly 30.100 students from them had qualified.
The Supreme Court rejected the plea for cancelling NEET 2017
Many students who took the NEET 2017 exam in regional languages and did not score well are now option for MBBS Admission Abroad and MBBS in Bangladesh is featuring prominently in their list of shortlisted countries.
Many students are also preferring to do MBBS in Kyrgyzstan as it is cost effective and quality of MBBS education is good.
The Admission Committee for Professional Undergraduate Medical Education Courses (AC-PUGMEC), Government of Gujarat has announced that it will start the 2nd round of counseling for MBBS Admissions 2017 fom 14th August, 2017.
Eligible candidates have to fill their choice by 17th August, 2017 and the list of selected candidate will be published on 19th August, 2017.
There are very limited seats left in the 2nd round of counseling in Gujarat and students have already making enquiring from MBBS Abroad consultants to take MBBS Admission Abroad.
Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 admissions have not yet started and the candidates are eager to know when the admission process will start.
The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu met the Prime Minister recently to discuss exemption for the state from NEET for this year and after the meeting announced that the decision is expected to be in TN’s favor.
The admission process has to be completed by 31st August 2017 and Directorate of Medical Education wants to start the counseling immediately so deadline set by Supreme Court is met.
Many aspirants, amid this confusion have already started apply for MBBS Admission Abroad. Every year many students from Tamil Nadu go for MBBS in Bangladesh,