No Separate NEET UG 2018 Question Paper For Different Languages
Continuing the trend of major decisions regarding NEET UG 2018 question paper, the Apex Court has stipulated that creating different papers for the 10 different languages, including Hindi & English, hampers the purpose of uniformity. The Court raised doubts pertaining to the effectiveness of judging the competence of the students if the Questions are of different degree of difficulty. The Court was deliberating upon a plea put up by ‘Sankalp’ charitable trust requesting a decision instructing CBSE to have one set of QP, translated in different Languages, to which the Court agreed. The CBSE concurred and stated that from current session, only one QP will be set and it will merely be translated in different languages. This is definitely a sensible step to take. It is hard to imagine how such a practice was conceived in the first place. It was a great lacuna in the process and the decision to restructure this area of NEET is welcome and commendable. Check our NEET Crash course.