New Delhi, 30 April : Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad welcomes the honourable Supreme Court’s ruling that NEET shall be mandatory for admission to Unaided Minority Private medical colleges . ABVP is in complete agreement with the bench’s statement that NEET ensures the recognition of merit, making it the sole basis of selection and is in the best interest of students. The judgement will also help fight the corruption in admissions to medical colleges.
Nidhi Tripathi, National General Secretary, ABVP, said, “It has been ABVP’s long standing demand that NEET be the sole medium of admission to medical colleges across the nation. The ruling is a triumph of the long struggle of students fighting for equal opportunities. We welcome the honourable Supreme Court’s decision to make NEET mandatory for admission to minority institutions.”
Dr. Virendra Solanki, National Convener, Medivision, said, “The Supreme Court judgement goes a long way in creating equal opportunities for all medical aspirants, creating new avenues for all talented and hard-working students.”
Nidhi Tripathi, the National General Secretary, ABVP, in her interaction with students live via Facebook said that the University Grants Commission guidelines for conduct of examinations and academic activities must not be misused. Universities need to take into account the situation in their respective regions and the best interest of students while taking a call in accordance with the UGC guidelines. ABVP has been in constant dialogue with students in an effort to address all the issues facing them. We have been putting these issues in front of concerned administrations so that there is quick resolution.