The NEET candidates and their parents have alleged discrepancies in the difficulty level of question paper in English and vernacular languages. Parents in Mumbai claim that while the papers in English and Hindi languages were same with a different sequence of questions, most parts of the papers in vernacular languages were different.
Not only the questions in Gujarati and Marathi papers were different from that in Hindi and English papers, the difficulty level was also different. Aspirants who wrote the test in Gujarati found the paper easier than the English paper.
The purpose of conducting a national-level entrance examination is to judge students on the same level, but the purpose is not served if the questions are different and the difficulty levels are different.
The parents of NEET aspirants have decided to write their concern for discrepancies in the difficulty level of NEET exam to the CBSE and the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development. The board is expected to issue a statement on the matter on Wednesday.
The NEET UG exam 2017 was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education in 10 languages in 103 cities across the country. This year CBSE conducted the NEET exam eight vernacular languages including Gujarati, Assamese, Odia, Telugu and Marathi apart from English and Hindi.
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