The All India Institute of Medical Sciences already refused to hold post graduate entrance exam for students across the country but recently it has already told the government that it does not want to join the common under graduate exam too. AIIMS authority feels reducing their own level if they follow NEET/ CET syllabus.
Medical Council of India (MCI), has already announced the exam will start from next year but various states like Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and West Bengal have also expressed their objections on the common test. The MCI members also suspect that the moment CET is notified, many states would approach the court.
“The states have issues concerning to negative marking, queries related to the reservation policy and seats for private colleges etc. There are language issues as well the states want that the exam should be conducted in regional languages. We are looking into all these issue,” sources in MCI said.
MCI is looking into suggestions made by committee that there should be objective-type questions and a percentile score to determine merit of all applicants in proposed National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for admission to MBBS courses from next year.
Economic Times reports Indication from Medical Council of India is that there is no negative marking for NEET UG Courses as of now.