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To NEET 2016 or not to NEET? Short letter by an aspirant

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Hello , 
I am an medical aspirant ( MBBS )
The main point of my letter is in the question that to have a NEET or not 
The NEET Pattern would obviously curb malpractices , financial burden , stress , etc 
But the recent order by Honourable Supreme Court of India has came as a blunder to the students. 
The order should have been passed or implemented after or before 6months of the exam .
Almost many students have paid Thousands of rupees for varied exam,  half of the exams have been completed 
There have many discussions going in round in students related to issue many of them are just unable to digest it . 
SC should be deciding on the matter with Center or MCI but also students should be taken into consideration since they are the major stakeholders 
There have many solutions doubts suggestion rounding off in students circle like wise.
1.If SC wants to go on with its firmness then it should keep 24 July as the ultimate common exam because it would be unfair to many students who have done with NEET 1 
2. Implement NEET from 2017 and go on with current year exams 
Every students have their planned their studies in response to the exam schedule 
And saying two days before that AIPMT is the ultimate one is unfair because not everyone take it seriously 
We seems to have loosened our grip on AIIMS CMC ,etc
Just two days before saying now AIPMT would account for 52000 seats rather than 3000 which was considered is unfair 
Our situation is like a prey of a spider who is now trapped in the web 
So SC came as a survivor but rather than helping it too got harmful to us 
I would like to get the views forwards or been provided complex yet beneficial suggestion to all students . 
Thanking You , 
Vinay Yadav 
Tagged in: AIPMT NEET
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