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Tamil Nadu NEET Rank List has been released on the official website (www.tnhealth.org) of Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Tamil Nadu. The merit list has been released separately for Government quota seats and for Management quota seats. Keerthana K. is first rank holder in the state list and otherwise is All India rank 12 holder. She had secured a total of 676 out of 720. In the state list for government quota seats, total 25417 students have been included. The first phase counselling is expected to begin on July 1 and end on July 5, 2018. For admission to state quota seats, students would need to produce Nativity certificate. Candidates who applied for NEET UG as a person from another state can not claim as a Native of Tamil Nadu. Candidates who are natives of Tamil Nadu and have completed their education from class VI to XII in Tamil Nadu itself, will not need to submit Nativity certificate. Candidates who are natives of Tamil Nadu but have studied in class VI to XII from other states either partly or completely will have to produce original certificates of their parents. The certificates needed would be Birth Certificate/ SSLC/ 10th/ 12th/ Degree/ Diploma/ Professional Course, and Ration Card/ Passport to ascertain the candidate's parents' nativity. Other state candidates who have studied from class VI to XII in Tamil Nadu will be treated as Open Category candidates.
MBBS in Philippines : +91 944 555 38 77 Recent News in India...CBSE mulls challenging Madras High Court order on providing grace marks in NEET for Tamil medium students The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of NEET. NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is contemplating to move the Supreme Court against an order by the Madras High Court granting grace marks to those who wrote this year's NEET exam in Tamil, sources in the HRD Ministry said today. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET). The petitioner, senior CPI(M) leader and Rajya Sabha MP T K Rangarajan, had sought full marks for the 49 questions, saying key words in Tamil questions were wrongly translated from English which caused confusion among students. There were 180 questions carrying 720 marks in total in the NEET. "CBSE is contemplating to move the higher court, but a final call will be taken after holding consultations with various stakeholders and seeking legal opinion, " a source in the ministry said. Another source said senior officials from both CBSE and the ministry were holding consultations in the matter. However, a senior health ministry official said they have not been approached by the CBSE and that the "body is free to decide on the future course of action". The information bulletin of NEET exam had said that "candidates opting for regional languages would be provided bilingual test booklets in selected regional languages and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final". Sources said the CBSE could highlight this aspect while challenging the high court order. The NEET exam is conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Health Ministry. The CBSE conducted the NEET on May 6 in 136 cities in 11 languages, the results of which were announced on June 4. In Tamil Nadu, about 1.07 lakh candidates took the test across 170 centres in 10 cities. Passing the orders, the high court had directed CBSE to consequently revise the list of eligible candidates and publish it afresh. The judges said the students who took the NEET for admission to medical and dental colleges in Tamil should be suitably compensated to provide a level-playing ground. Trending News in India...Scholarship offer is open for Merit Students whoever applying for Medical Admission in UV Gullas 2018-2019.ie MBBs in India Contact: 944 555 8 77 www.uvgullas.com
MBBS in Philippines : +91 944 555 38 77 Recent News in India...CBSE mulls challenging Madras High Court order on providing grace marks in NEET for Tamil medium students The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of NEET. NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is contemplating to move the Supreme Court against an order by the Madras High Court granting grace marks to those who wrote this year's NEET exam in Tamil, sources in the HRD Ministry said today. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET). The petitioner, senior CPI(M) leader and Rajya Sabha MP T K Rangarajan, had sought full marks for the 49 questions, saying key words in Tamil questions were wrongly translated from English which caused confusion among students. There were 180 questions carrying 720 marks in total in the NEET. "CBSE is contemplating to move the higher court, but a final call will be taken after holding consultations with various stakeholders and seeking legal opinion, " a source in the ministry said. Another source said senior officials from both CBSE and the ministry were holding consultations in the matter. However, a senior health ministry official said they have not been approached by the CBSE and that the "body is free to decide on the future course of action". The information bulletin of NEET exam had said that "candidates opting for regional languages would be provided bilingual test booklets in selected regional languages and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final". Sources said the CBSE could highlight this aspect while challenging the high court order. The NEET exam is conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Health Ministry. The CBSE conducted the NEET on May 6 in 136 cities in 11 languages, the results of which were announced on June 4. In Tamil Nadu, about 1.07 lakh candidates took the test across 170 centres in 10 cities. Passing the orders, the high court had directed CBSE to consequently revise the list of eligible candidates and publish it afresh. The judges said the students who took the NEET for admission to medical and dental colleges in Tamil should be suitably compensated to provide a level-playing ground. Trending News in India...Scholarship offer is open for Merit Students whoever applying for Medical Admission in UV Gullas 2018-2019.ie MBBs in India Contact: 944 555 8 77 www.uvgullas.com
1. High Court asked CBSE to give 196 marks to those took test in Tamil 2. Madras High Court decision will benefit around 24, 000 students 3. Petitioner claimed 49 questions were wrong in Tamil version of NEET paper Candidates who took the all-India medical entrance exam NEET in Tamil will receive extra marks as the question paper contained errors. The Madras High Court today asked the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Exams) to award 196 marks out of a total of 720 to all candidates who took the NEET paper in Tamil. The board will issue a revised ranking list in two weeks and counselling for medical course will be suspended till then. "All students who had taken NEET in Tamil will now get an additional 196 marks out of 720, whether they had attempted these wrong questions or not, " counsel for petitioner, Shaji Chellam, told NDTV. The court's decision will benefit around 24, 000 students, many of whom were anxious about their future. It would also have ramifications for students across the country as the rankings could be drastically altered. The petitioner, CPM lawmaker TK Rangarajan, claimed 49 questions were wrong in the Tamil version of the NEET paper and asked that the students be given full marks on these questions. The lawmaker also contended that despite knowing that a petition on the matter was filed and was due for hearing, the CBSE had released the results. "We found both the questions as well their answers wrong, " Shaji Chellam said, citing an instance where "Cheetah was translated as Seetha in Tamil". In its observations, the court said the Central Board was being "autocratic" about the errors. "How do you decide the right answers for the questions based on majority view? The CBSE is accepting even wrong answers under the pretext of majority decision. How is that in Bihar state so many students got through the examination?" questioned the bench of Justices C T Selvam and A M Basheer Ahamed, which was hearing the issue. With the petition contending that most of the errors were due to incorrect translation of the questions, which were framed in English, the court had asked the education board to file an affidavit. The board was asked to explain whether it has started any exercise to list English words in science subjects that do not have a proper Tamil equivalent. The judges had however said the mistakes in the question paper were not just a case of ambiguity.
TN Medical admissions and nativity certificates: Here's all you need to know The Madras High Court on Saturday dismissed a petition by a student for having submitted a false nativity certificate in order to apply for MBBS in Tamil Nadu. Aparna Raj Kumar tried to get admitted to the MBBS course during the Tamil Nadu medical admission counselling based on a nativity certificate issued to her. She filed a petition at the Madras HC to direct the Selection Committee to consider her application for MBBS admission in Tamil Nadu. She had also informed in her petition that she had not applied to any other state. The counsel for the Tamil Nadu government had, in response, submitted that the petitioner had applied for a medical seat in Gujarat, which hence forfeits her right to apply for a seat in Tamil Nadu. What is a nativity certificate? It is a document issued by the state government, certifying that they have lived in a particular state. For one to obtain a nativity certificate before the admissions, the parents/guardians of the applicants or the applicants themselves should have permanently resided continuously for 5 years in Tamil Nadu, and one must also submit a host of documents. Need for nativity certificates Nativity certificates are demanded for admissions to MBBS seats that come under the state quota. It is demanded in order to make sure that TN-based students get their due share of seats. In the state, 85% of the number of medical seats in Tamil Nadu comes under the state quota. As per the rules for medical admissions in Tamil Nadu, a student must furnish a nativity certificate if he or she has studied Class VIII to XII outside Tamil Nadu. This rule is put in order to prevent students from other states to obtain a medical seat in Tamil Nadu medical colleges under the state quota instead of the all-India quota. Why the ruling is important The ruling is significant because it sets a precedent for candidates who apply in other states too, taking undue advantage of the nativity clause. While hearing Aparna’s petition, Justice Vaidyanathan said that the petitioner had misinformed that court with the intention of gaining a seat that would otherwise be rightfully allotted to some other deserving candidate. “Though strictures could be passed against the petitioner for approaching this court with unclean hands, this court defers from doing so, taking note of the tender age and that, being a girl child, her future should not be ruined. Hence, the petitioner’s candidature at Tamil Nadu need not be considered, ” he said. Reacting to the order of the court, educationist Prince Gajendra Babu told TNM: “It is a welcome move. There is no doubt about it. It must be probed as to how students manage to secure two nativity certificates.” “That said, the Madras HC has decided to settle the issue within the framework of NEET. What we have been reiterating is that NEET itself is not as per the constitutionally approved laws of federalism, ” he added. The Madras HC had earlier made Aadhar card compulsory for students who sought admissions to medical colleges in Tamil Nadu. This move was done as additional proof for the nativity of the applicants after a petitioner alleged that 440 students from other states got admitted to Tamil Nadu’s medical colleges. It was later established by a committee of advocates that around 296 students admitted to MBBS in 2017 in Tamil Nadu had furnished nativity certificates which were issued without proper scrutiny.
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