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Case Analysis: Christian Medical College Vellore Association Vs. Union Of India And Ors.

Arsh Mishra, Kalinga University

NAME : Christian Medical College Vellore Association vs. Union of India CITATION : [Civil] no.98 of 2012 DATE OF THE CASE : 29 April, 2020 APPELANT RESPOMDENT BENCH/JUDGE STATUTES INTRODUCTION: : Christian Medical College Vellore Association : Union of India and ors. : Justice Arun mishra , Justice Vineet Saran and Justice MR Shah : Constitution of India 1950

The all India pre-medical test [AIPMT] now days it is known as NEET i.e. National Eligibility Entrance Test, it is the aptitude test for Indian dental and Medical institution for MBBS and BDS courses. Now days this exam is conducted by the National testing agency [NTA]. During the counselling round of NEET undergraduate the candidate must present their passing certificate. NTA also organizes NEET post graduation [NEET-PG], an enrollement exam mandated as the sole admission test for admission to several MD/MS and PG diploma degrees, in addition to undergraduate programme. For admission in MBBS and BDS College’s person must qualify NEET Exam which provides 90,000 seats in India and is mandatory for studying medical degrees in India and abroad.


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