The Supreme Court, which said that this year’s Regional languages do not have any concessions for the students who have been selected by the NEET examination, has been ordered by the CBSE to file a report on preparing the same question for all languages from next year.
The questionnaires published in various languages in the ‘NEET’ examination of the National Eligibility Entrance Examination for student enrollment in the country have created controversy. The Madras branch of the Chennai High Court, which inquired into the case, gave the interim ban on the decision of the selection committee.
The Madras branch of the Chennai High Court, which inquired into the case, gave the interim ban on the decision of the selection committee.
The CBSE The Supreme Court judges who filed an appeal filed the cancellation of the interim jurisdiction imposed by the Madurai High Court and allowed them to issue the final examination. The judges had issued a directive to the Central Government to make a list of linguists in the list of candidates in regional languages during the interrogation held on 31st July.
The judges had issued a directive to the Central Government to make a list of linguists in the list of candidates in regional languages during the interrogation held on 31st July.
In this case, the case came up before the hearing of the Supreme Court judges led by Deepak Misra. Then the CBSE Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, who appeared on the course, presented a list of comparisons for how many students have passed the exam in English,
Then the CBSE Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, who appeared on the course, presented a list of comparisons for how many students have passed the exam in English, English and Hindi, and the percentage of candidates who have qualified in regional languages.
More than 10 lakh students have appeared in English and Hindi, and a written examination of 1 lakh 51 thousand students in regional languages.
Following him, senior advocate Indira Jai Singh, appearing for the students, said in her argument: CBSE Based on the statistics provided by 10% of students selected in regional languages. This is proof that the number of questionnaires and the number of candidates selected in this exam is balanced.
Therefore, the best colleges in the top 10 seats will not be available for medical studies for students who have been selected in regional languages. It is a question of the choice of the exam, and the refusal of students to equal opportunity.
Therefore, the questionnaire should be set up to conduct the examination of the current selection option and give everyone an equal opportunity.
He also said that,” CBSE Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for the party, said: Questionnaires were set up separately as this was the case with the management facility. Two sets of questionnaires were set up in the last test year 2016. Nobody questioned about that.
Questionnaires in regional languages have to face various translation issues. It’s hard to fit correct words for medical arts words. The allegations were raised in Chennai, where the questionnaire was difficult and easy in the state of Gujarat.
The CBSE on the issue of removing all these deficiencies and making similar questionnaires. Is considering.
The following is the order issued by the judges: – Last year’s state languages did not have questionnaires. We can not accept the fact that we introduced this year. There are similar questions in English and Hindi. But why should the language of the language differ from one language to one language? Why not translate into questions in English and Hindi in the state language? If the problem of building questionnaires in the state languages, then how can the questionnaires be accepted by the experts?
Noise selection should be done without any problems and problems.
The same questions in languages like English and Hindi should be set up in all languages. This will give everyone equality. So, how will it be implemented in the next year’s NET examination? A detailed report should be filed.
Furthermore, petitioners should submit the necessary consultations to prepare questionnaires without such problems in the future.
No concessions will be given to students who wrote this year’s exam. The trial on this case is postponed to October 10th.