This time NEET will have single set of question paper.

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NEET Exam 2018

New Delhi: Online application form for  NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2018 is expected to release by next week. Central board of secondary education (CBSE) has confirmed that this time all the set of question papers for all language will be same. Confirming to Supreme Court the board said one set of paper will be made for NEET Exam 2018 this time and will be translated into other regional languages.

NEET 2018Last year NEET Exam 2017 was conducted in ten different languages which included English, Hindi and 8 regional languages of Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Oriya and Kannada. Due to which many problems arise questioning that different language paper had different difficulty level. And many candidates approached the Supreme Court, requesting for cancellation of the examination. Going with same SC termed the practice of different question papers for different languages illogical and asked CBSE (Central board of secondary education) to conduct a uniform examination of all languages.

Tara Chandra Sharma, CBSE’s counsel said before the bench of Justices Arun Mishra and S Abdul Nazeer that set will contain only one question paper for all student. The same question paper would be then translated according to the preferred medium. About last year controversy board clarified that the difficulty level was same but to get over any problem they have decided to follow this method.

As per reports NEET Exam 2018 would be conducted on May 6, 2018, And may be conducted in Urdu as well as other languages mentioned above. Students are advised to note that in case of any discrepancy in the question, the English version of the question would be considered final. Also, students would be provided with the English questions alongside the regional languages. NEET Exam 2018 notification is expected to release on January 31, 2018.

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