MBBS ADMISSIONS INDIA 2017 LATEST NEWS: Supreme Court refuses to quash NEET 2017
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.