CBSE conducted National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) examination on May 7 and declared the results on June 23.
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar was replying to a question about the West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee recently complaining that this year the students appearing for NEET in vernacular languages had faced tougher questions than the ones set in English and Hindi.
"The vernacular question papers for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) - the all-India entrance examination for entrance to medical colleges - will just be translation of the question paper in English", he told reporters here yesterday.
Cases were filed in Madras and Gujarat high court on various question papers used in NEET examination this year with different difficulty level. In the process, Madras High Court even stayed the declaration of NEET results by CBSE after a medical aspirant alleged that the all India medical entrance examination did not have a uniform question paper.
The Supreme Court later asked the CBSE to declare the results of the NEET examination for admission to MBBS and BDS courses by putting a stay on the Madras High Court order restraining publication of results.
After students and subject experts raised allegations on the NEET question papers, then the Human Resource Development ministry sought explanation from the exam organising authority CBSE over the issue.
About 'one nation one test' in engineering the minister told the media, "We are yet to take a call on this issue. It is in discussion stage."
(With Inputs from PTI)
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