Madras High Court issued a notice to the CBSE board on May 22nd regarding the NEET 2017. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) fill the medical and dental seats in undergraduate held on May 7th.
Justice R Mahadevan issued a notice to the CBSE based on the plea of a medical student’s mother who accused that the examination rules breached the right to equality and filed a case under Article 14 of Constitution.
She stated that the questions in the paper are violating Article 14 as the questions in Hindi, English and Tamil languages are not same and belong to various difficulty levels. She immediately petitioned the same stating that NEET is not testing same skills which should get treated as inequality and violation of Article 14 as per the Indian Constitution.
The test got conducted across India in the main languages including Tamil, Hindi, and English. In the plea, she claimed that the English question paper is based on CBSE syllabus whereas the Tamil paper followed the state curriculum. She fired upon the management who never told the candidates that the question papers in various languages wouldn’t be the same.
The petitioner requested an interim injunction against the release of results based on the NEET exam 2017 conducted on May 7th and wrote the plea to disregard the test. She further sought to re-conduct the NEET exam but with the same set of questions in all the languages.
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