Sir, your judgment on a common entrance exam for medical schools does not consider in depth some key issues, such as those of state governments conducting their own tests, the existence of multiple boards, and states like Tamil Nadu that admit students based on their performance in state board exams. Some arguments are quite reasonable and I am guessing that your decision to hear issues of state-level exams etc on 3 May stems from an acknowledgement of this. But, Hon' Justice Dave please do not throw the baby with the bathwater.
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B Mahesh Sarma, is the Editor at Careers360.com.He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As I a watched a briefer than brief discussion on the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) judgement in a TV show, I was struck by the opposition to a single common entrance exam for undergraduate medical courses. For all the logical sense that this move makes, many stakeholders have too much to lose.
29/04/2016 5:58 PM IST
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