While the private medical and dental institutes across the country would have to abide by the NEET scores, the deemed universities have announced that they would take admission of students only through separate admission entrance tests. This would mean that the students would need to apply for each of the ten different deemed institutes to be able to secure a seat in the state.
With NEET Phase II examination little over a week later, the students wanting to take admission in private colleges and institutes are in jeopardy. The angry students and parents are desperately trying to get a hold of the new medical education minister and clear the air by talking. Thousands of students are expected to undergo the second phase of NEET on 24 July from the state, unaware that the test would either help them secure a seat or not.
Being aware of this problem, the Director of Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMBER), Dr. Pravin Shingare said, “Only the deemed institutes are demanding separate process of admissions which will be unfair to students. We have requested the central government to look into this matter. It will be only fair to bring all institutes in the state under the same rule.”