The medical stream test has to be conducted as admissions to veterinary and agriculture courses are based on it. So whether NEET is made compulsory or not, science students have to take the medical stream test of EAMCET if they wish to seek admissions in veterinary and agriculture courses.
All the aspirants appearing for the medical stream of EAMCET to opt for veterinary and agriculture courses once the MBBS and BDS sears are finished, there is no point in worrying about NEET or EAMCET.
An official said, "If NEET is made mandatory test also they have to write medical stream of EAMCET for admission into other courses, So its better they concentrate on their preparation without worrying about the outcome in Supreme Court,"
The Supreme Court's final verdict will be released on mid-jan on whether states have to mandatorily opt for NEET or conduct their own tests for the next academic year. Some states including Andhra Pradesh have moved to Supreme Court seeking time to be a part of NEET.
Meanwhile the states APSCHE board is busy in finalizing the dates for the entrance exams. APSCHE Chairman Jayaprakash Rao said that the sate for all the entrance exams would be announced by January 10.
Prof Rao also said that the process of finalizing the fee structure for all professional courses would start soon and the notification concerned would also be issued in January. College managements would have enough time to submit their proposals so that AFRC could fix the fee accordingly.
"We want to stick to the AICTE schedule on the academic calender and will ensure that classes started on August 1 after completion of admission process by July end," Rao said.