Supreme Court bars MCI from conducting common entrance test NEET

New Delhi/July 18
The Supreme Court of India on Thursday barred Medical Council of India from conducting unified exam National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions into medical and dental colleges.
The Supreme Court bench comprising of Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir, Justice Vikramajeet Sen and AR Dave gave a spilt verdict ruling that MCI can not conduct common entrance test for admissions into all the medical and dental colleges of the country.
Meanwhile, Justice Dave Dave differed with verdict of Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir and Justic Vikramajit Sen on barring MCI’s proposal of conducting common entrance test.
The Apex Court in May had directed the MCI and all private colleges to start their admission process as per the old guidelines where the MCI, state governments and private colleges conduct their separate exams.

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