For NEET 2018, there will be no changes in question paper for states. Questions in vernacular languages will be a mere translation of questions in English.
25 July, 2017: This year’s NEET exam faced a lot of controversies from across the country. Students and their parents protested for difference in the level of difficulty between question paper in English language and vernacular languages.
In this context, the Union Human Resource Development minister Prakash Javadekar said; “From next year, there will be mere translation of papers so that such problems do not arise” as a reply to the question on West Bengal Education minister complain. The state minister complained that the students who appeared for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test in vernacular languages faced tougher questions in comparison to one who appeared in Hindi and English language.
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