MBBS Admission India 2017 Latest News: Supreme Court ask CBSE to have Similar Question Paper
The Supreme Court of India today showed displeasure at CBSE for setting up NEET 2017 question papers in various regional languages apart from in English.
The Supreme Court has further asked the Centre that in future all questions papers should be on similar pattern and has asked the Centre to file an affidavit.
Many students who appeared for NEET 2017 had complained that question papers in regional languages were difficult than the question papers in English language.
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