NEET 2017 Controversies

       Published : May 09, 2017 12:18 IST    

NEET 2017 Controversies

About 11 lakh aspirants appeared for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) all over India on Sunday. There are several controversies including leakage of question papers for the test in admission of MBBS and BDS.

Meantime Students dress code, accessories they wore is the major issue for them. The officers followed strict rules everywhere of those things. The students are forced to wear half sleeve shirts, remove watches, ear rings, bangles, nose pins, jeans pant and even the inner wears. They were seen depressed before the exam. It is reported in Kannur, Kerala students are allegedly forced to remove the inner wears.

The students unaware of rules and regulations and first time aspirants suffered a lot to enter the exam hall. The female students left Thuppata, ornaments like chain and earrings to their parents.

Some students are even affected by timings. Students are not allowed if they are not on rime. Just 2 to 3 minutes late candidates were not allowed to write exam.

The exams are conducted in over 1,900 centers across the country. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had conducted exams. The NEET is conducted in various languages including English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada and Odiya.

In Tamil Nadu it is estimated nearly 88,000 aspirants registered for NEET and 95 percent of them attended the exam. Several students found it hard to locate the exam center since many are new to the place and there are no proper land marks. The state board students found difficult on the questions since it is from CBSE syllabus.

NEET 2017 Controversies

NEET 2017 Controversies

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