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Edutel Academy Neet info NEET second allotment result not releasing today due to Madras HC order NEET 2018: The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) is not releasing the results for the second phase of counselling today on July 12. As per a note published on the official page, “in compliance of the directions of High Court of Madras, Madurai, the online undergraduate counselling for the session: 2018 including the declaration of second round result will be kept in abeyance till further orders.” The Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to grant 196 grace marks — four marks each for 49 questions — to all students who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamil this year. Directing the Board to bring out a fresh list of qualified candidates within two weeks, the court said the ongoing counselling sessions should be “kept in abeyance” till then. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may approach the Supreme Court against the order of the Madras High Court to award 196 marks to all candidates who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamil this year, as per sources. The choice filling and locking process for the second phase of the All India NEET counselling started on July 9. Once the seat allotted in the second round of counselling, candidates will not get another option to leave or resign the seat. EDUTEL ACADEMY NO :1 NEET COACHING CENTRE IN CHENNAI
EDUTEL ACADEMY NEET INFO CBSE mulls challenging Madras High Court order on providing grace marks in NEET for Tamil medium students NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is contemplating to move the Supreme Court against an order by the Madras High Court granting grace marks to those who wrote this year's NEET exam in Tamil, sources in the HRD Ministry said today. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET). The petitioner, senior CPI(M) leader and Rajya Sabha MP T K Rangarajan, had sought full marks for the 49 questions, saying key words in Tamil questions were wrongly translated from English which caused confusion among students. There were 180 questions carrying 720 marks in total in the NEET. "CBSE is contemplating to move the higher court, but a final call will be taken after holding consultations with various stakeholders and seeking legal opinion, " a source in the ministry said. Another source said senior officials from both CBSE and the ministry were holding consultations in the matter. However, a senior health ministry official said they have not been approached by the CBSE and that the "body is free to decide on the future course of action". The information bulletin of NEET exam had said that "candidates opting for regional languages would be provided bilingual test booklets in selected regional languages and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final". Sources said the CBSE could highlight this aspect while challenging the high court order. The NEET exam is conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Health Ministry. The CBSE conducted the NEET on May 6 in 136 cities in 11 languages, the results of which were announced on June 4. In Tamil Nadu, about 1.07 lakh candidates took the test across 170 centres in 10 cities. Passing the orders, the high court had directed CBSE to consequently revise the list of eligible candidates and publish it afresh. The judges said the students who took the NEET for admission to medical and dental colleges in Tamil should be suitably compensated to provide a level-playing ground. EDUTEL ACADEMY NEET COACHING CENTRE.
EDUTEL ACADEMY NEET INFO NEET 2nd Allotment Result 2018 not releasing soon due to Madras High Court order NEET 2nd Allotment Result 2018: The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) is not releasing the results for the second phase of counselling today on July 12. As per a note published on the official page, “in compliance of the directions of High Court of Madras, Madurai, the online undergraduate counselling for the session: 2018 including the declaration of second round result will be kept in abeyance till further orders.” The Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to grant 196 grace marks — four marks each for 49 questions — to all students who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamil this year. Directing the Board to bring out a fresh list of qualified candidates within two weeks, the court said the ongoing counselling sessions should be “kept in abeyance” till then. READ | NEET UG 2019: Exam date, eligibility, syllabus, application, fees, counselling details Dr G Selvarajan, secretary of the NEET selection committee, said that their further actions will be based on directions from CBSE. He said the first phase of counselling is over and the next three-day phase for admission to management quota seats, scheduled to begin on July 16, stands cancelled The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may approach the Supreme Court against the order of the Madras High Court to award 196 marks to all candidates who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamil this year, as per sources. The choice filling and locking process for the second phase of the All India NEET counselling started on July 9. Once the seat allotted in the second round of counselling, candidates will not get another option to leave or resign the seat. All the eligible applicants have to report to their allotted institutes from July 13 to July 22. The remaining seats after the second phase of counselling will be given to state quota by July 23, 2018. MCC will conduct a final session of counselling between August 10 and 11. The candidates who have been allotted seats in the second round have to report to their respective medical colleges. Those who are not allotted seat in the second round but are already registered need not re-register or pay again for the third round. For the rest of the candidates, new registration facility will be available. The choices submitted in the first round will be treated as null and void and fresh choices will have to be made for seat allotment in the third round. If they are allotted a seat, they will have to pay a forfeiture of security fees (Rs 10, 000) within two days of publishing of result. They shall then report to the allotted institutes.
EDUTEL ACADEMY NEET INFO NEET Counselling 2018 postponed again, to resume after July 31 on mcc.nic.in Medical Counselling Committee, MCC has postponed the online NEET Counselling 2018 process to on or before July 31 on mcc.nic.in. NEET 2018 Counselling process has been kept in abeyance due to Bombay High Court's order after SC stayed Madras HC's order. New Delhi: Medical Counselling Committee, MCC under the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has postponed the online NEET Counselling 2018 process yet again. NEET 2018 Counselling process under All India Quota is now scheduled to resume on or after July 31 as the Bombay High Court, which was previously supposed to announce its verdict on July 26, has now adjourned the Public Interest Litigation, PIL no. 87/2018 to July 31. Candidates waiting for the NEET UG Counselling to resume are advised to log on to mcc.nic.in on or after the said date.An official notification on the website reads that Hon'ble High Court of Bombay Nagpur Bench has adjourned the PIL No. 87/2018 to 31.07.2018. Also, a disclaimer notice regarding fraudulent activities taking place in the name of medical admissions has been released. Touts and agents are apparently charging medical aspirants hefty sums of money by promising Management quota medical or dental seats in deemed universities.MCC has reassured that the admissions are done strictly on the basis of rank obtained in NEET and merit prepared through MCC online counselling. MCC highly discourages and would not be considered responsible for any such fraudulent transactions, as per an official notification released on the official website, mcc.nic.in. NEET Counselling 2018 was previously delayed due to Madras High Court’s stay order to grant 196 grace marks to candidates who appeared for NEET UG 2018 examination in Tamil language. Apparently, the translation of 48 questions had been incorrectly done from English to Tamil. Supreme Court, in a big relief to CBSE, stayed the Madras HC order over grace marks row.
EDUTEL ACDEMY NO 1 NEET TRAINING CENTRES IN CHENNAI NEET UPDATE Tamil Nadu assures NEET students of its support after Madras HC asks CBSE to grant grace marks The Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday assured students who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test of its support, a day after the Madras High Court directed the Central Board of Secondary Education to grant 196 grace marks to those who wrote the exam in Tamil. “The High Court direction has been given to CBSE, ” state Health and Family Welfare Minister C Vijayabaskar told reporters, according to PTI. “Action will be taken on behalf of our government based on the further steps to be taken by CBSE.” Vijayabaskar said the government was yet to receive a copy of the order, but added that the government was in favour of Tamil students taking the test. The court made the ruling on Tuesday based on a plea by Communist Party of India (Marxist) MP TK Rangarajan, who said that full marks should be given for 49 questions, which he said were mistranslated from English to Tamil. The High Court also ordered the CBSE to revise the list of rank holders within two weeks. Its decision will benefit around 24, 000 students.
Edutel academy Neet info CBSE NEET 2018: SC to decide on grant of 196 grace marks New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has moved the Supreme Court against the order of the Madras High Court granting grace marks to those who wrote this year’s NEET exam in Tamil. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10, while hearing the petitioner of senior CPI (M) leader and Rajya Sabha MP T K Rangarajan on the issue, ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks saying that the key words in Tamil questions for the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) were wrongly translated from English causing confusion among the students. There were 180 questions carrying 720 marks in total in the NEET. The main thrust of the appeal in apex court is likely to be the information bulletin of NEET exam that had said: “Candidates opting for regional languages would be provided bilingual test booklets in selected regional languages and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final.” The NEET exam is conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Health Ministry. The CBSE conducted the NEET on May 6 in 136 cities in 11 languages, the results of which were announced on June 4. In Tamil Nadu, about 1.07 lakh candidates took the test across 170 centres in 10 cities.
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