No more CET in Karnataka for medical seats: Will be replaced by a national level entrance exam called NEET

NO MORE CET FOR MEDICAL SEATS FROM 2013 | NEET – National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test

All good things come to an end but the question is will it be replaced by a better one! The simple, well understood and Karnataka state friendly CET examinations will be replaced by NEET from 2014. The Medical Council of India confirmed that the NEET test to be conducted by CBSE will be held in May 14 2014.

NEET is National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test which is all set to start from 2013 for all the UG courses ( in the sense we believe Dental and Medical, not sure of Engineering ). This exam will be conducted by CBSE and will allow the students to participate in the national level and students can choose seats from 271 medical colleges including private colleges ( approximately 30,000 seats ) from all over India.

NO MORE CET FROM 2014 FOR MEDICAL SEATS, NEET, NO CET

Reason for the change :
The main reason for the change would be to ensure that all the seats are filled in all colleges which were left vacant when there were state entrance exams.

Will it be helpful for students?

  • Well, that depends as every process will have pros and cons. This will lead to change of syllabus and make one single syllabus for every student attempting NEET. Hence reducing the burden of studying different syllabus for different exams.
  • This will allow students to apply for colleges in other states without writing multiple exams. There will be more seats in this process.

May be a problem for students too?

  • The entrance exams of state would ensure that students from that state would get more preference as majority of exam takers would be from the state. But now, students will have to compete with more number of students and traveling to other state may become compulsory.
  • The whole system will change. The syllabus and even the criteria to attend NEET will be different.
  • Management seats are not included in this exam, so there will be problems regarding quota during admissions.
  • Students had more chances of getting into their desired colleges but now the equation will change.
  • Students who wanted to join Under-graduate courses at the AIIMS in New Delhi and Post-graduate Institute for Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh will have to attend another exam as these institutions do not follow NEET.

You can add some points to these and say what you feel about the change in process. Is it the right move?

Comments

19 Responses to “No more CET in Karnataka for medical seats: Will be replaced by a national level entrance exam called NEET”
  1. fgyfgghhg says:

    it is a good move and a bad move

  2. zabi says:

    it is not good move as the particular state students wiil not get seats.
    and what about NRI students

  3. harshith says:

    more reservation in a college must be given to perticular state students

  4. Manjunath says:

    It is better to provide more seat reserved for Karnataka students .
    and fee structure will be as early as in Karnataka will be good.
    and some benefits to be given for poor people.

  5. Beeresh says:

    Ok NEET is very good ,but for state CET is better for all the students because major students in Karnataka won’t go out of station for studies

  6. sai says:

    is there comedk if NEET is there

  7. sneha says:

    i’ve appeared kcet 2013 n dint get medical rankin. I want to take medical seat. So if i had write neet, should i read my state syllabus or cbse? Plz help

  8. namith says:

    sir,will u sewnd me what is the minimum % have to be scored in pu board…:)

  9. namith says:

    sir,will u send me what is the minimum % have to be scored in pu board…:)

  10. mahesh g says:

    neet was good than cet Karnataka, for a meritorious student

  11. S.AISHWARYA says:

    I FEEL THATB BY INTRODUCING NEET IT HAD STOPPED NORTH IN DIANS COMING BANGALORE AND TAKING SIMPLE CET EXAMS THUS IT IS A GOOD IDEA

  12. syedibad says:

    It is very good that cet has been converted into Neet because many of members are become doctors and engineers by luck but as now the procedure has fully changed I am looking forward to know what is the procedure for applying this Neet exam as I am studying 1st puc I should start working from today itself because it is not an easy job……..it is my sincere advice for all my friends to study hard from the first day of my college to do something unimaginable…….

  13. sharat says:

    no its not good from student point of views ………………

  14. maneesha bhat says:

    the only problem is that the sudden change is confusing us a lot about how to prepare n face the exam

  15. himu007 says:

    NEET AND CET …BOTH CANCELED.

    JEE FOR ENGNEERING AND “All India Pre Medical Pre Dental Examination” for medicine.

  16. pushparani.m.p. says:

    it is good idea because so many govt seat is lapsed and corruption is increased for MBBS course so many poor intelligent student dnt hv mny to buy MBBS seat so this is better idea i dnt want state CET for MBBS

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