Voice of Maharashtra

The change in the NEET-SS test is amazing; Tashree of the Supreme Court


New Delhi: The National Board of Education (NBE) has changed the pattern of NEET-SS exams at the last minute so that there are no vacancies in private medical colleges in the country. The Supreme Court has struck down the central government and the National Board of Education. The Supreme Court has ruled that medical education has become a business in the country.

 
The Supreme Court has ruled that the last-minute change in the pattern of NEET-SS by the National Board of Education (NBE) is affecting children who have been preparing for the exam for over a year.
On a petition in this regard, the Supreme Court Justice D. Y. The hearing began before Chandrachud's bench. The apex court observed that the last-minute change in the NEET-SS exam was a surprise as it was aimed at filling vacancies in private medical colleges only. At the same time, Justice D. Y. Chandrachud said that medical education in the country seems to have become a kind of business and it is a tragedy for medical education and students.
In the previous pattern for NEET-SS exam, 60 per cent of the questions were related to the department. So it would be convenient for the students who want to get admission in the relevant department. The National Board of Education has now made a new change in the pattern of NEET-SS examination and all the questions will be asked on General Medicine.