The NEET UG 2013 will be conducted in 6 regional languages, which are Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu and Assamese in addition to that Hindi and English, the minister for Health & Family Welfare, Ghulam Nabi Azad said.
State governments and some medical colleges have filed writ petitions in respective High Courts seeking exemption from NEET. More than 26 writ petitions have been transferred to the Supreme Court of India and the matter is sub-judice and ant exclusion would depend upon the decision of supreme court in the pending transfer petitions.
Majority of the states have accepted the proposal nut few states have expressed apprehensions about the proposed NEET which pertained ti syllabus, medium of test, reservation policy etc. Most of the apprehensions have been addressed. The MCIs regulations on NEET clearly indicate that the prevailling reservation policy of states would not be disturbed.
The Medical Council of India (MCI) has notified amendment in its regulations to cinduct common entrance test, which National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses across the country from the academic session 2013-14. The National Board of Examination (NBE) will be the conducting board for the NEET UG 2013. The PG medical Entrance exam NEET PG 2013 already began.