CBSE NEET 2017: The Central Board of Secondary Education officially announced that they will declare the results of National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) Results 2017 on June 8, 2017, on the official website. But the current scenario says that the takes about 15 more days to declare the CBSE NEET Results 2017 as the case is going on in Madras High Court. Recently new petition has been filed seeking that this NEET exam held for admission to MBBS and BDS of the academic year 2017-18 to be cancelled by the Government. This case will be hearing in the court next week.
Nearly 12 lakh candidates appeared for the CBSE NEET Examination which was conducted in all states in various centres across India on May 7, 2017. These candidates mainly aimed for medicine and written NEET exam. The delay of results makes them choose another field such as arts and engineering for their backup which they don’t have much interest. If they got the good score in NEET then admission of those students in many Arts and Engineering colleges will go waste. Hence, students who appeared for NEET are under confusion.
CBSE NEET 2017 Results Delayed
The petitioner arguments about CBSE NEET 2017 is that students were tortured by the flying squads and checkers before entering the exam hall which makes them irritated and disappointed. With that, they got appeared for the examination this year in many states like Kerala and TamilNadu. And the question papers were different in Vernacular languages and in English. It seems that English question paper is tougher than the other language question papers such as Hindi and Marathi.
Also, the question papers were different in Vernacular languages and in English. It seems that English question paper is tougher than the other language question papers such as Hindi and Marathi. Of the 12 lakh students registered for NEET, 47,853 opted for the examination in Gujarati; 34,417 chose Bengali, 15,206 wrote in Tamil, 3,810 in Assamese, 1,766 in Telugu, 978 in Marathi, 712 in Kannada and 452 in Oriya. So the rate of difficulty varies for English and other languages question papers.
To the court, the CBSE Board has submitted that only if the stay is vacated the results of CBSE NEET 2017 will be declared. There are four sets of question paper for all vernacular languages and the difficulty rating is same as that of all. The permissible limit is already crossed and even though the court vacated the stay the Board still needs about 15 days to declare the results of CBSE NEET 2017. As they have to continue the evaluation, the result declaration will be delayed this year.
The official announcement of the release date of CBSE NEET 2017 will be declared soon and the students are asked to stay calm until the declaration of the results.