NEET 2017

NEET 2017

NEET 2017: Madras HC issues notice to CBSE on plea to cancel NEET

In April 2016, the Supreme court made NEET mandatory for all medical and dental admissions. On May 7, CBSE conducted the examination across the country on behalf of the medical and dental councils of India.
Neet 2017 was held amidst the controversies surrounding the vernacular medium papers n also Hindi ,English n Tamil language papers were not uniform with respect to level of difficulty n solution.
More than 11.35 lakh students wrote the test across the country on May 7. In Tamil Nadu, 88,000 candidates had registered for NEET while 84,000 plus students appeared for the test.
The petitioners alleged that uniform question papers were not given and there was a vast difference between the English and Tamil question papers. They demanded that the NEET examination be cancelled and a fresh test with uniform question papers be conducted.
They claimed that the NEET was not conducted in a uniform manner across the country and that different sets of question papers had been used in different places, though a uniform syllabus had been announced. They also submitted that officials had not informed them that different set of question papers would be circulated.
In Tamil Nadu, a different set of questions was given to those who opted for English and Tamil, they said, adding that the one in Tamil was easier. “One India, one question paper in the NEET is a must. Otherwise the scaling of intelligence and aptitude would differ. Hence, the NEET examination should be cancelled and fresh examination with uniform question papers be conducted,” the petitioners submitted.
With the court order, CBSE had to stop evaluation of answer sheets. It also did not declare the answer keys as per schedule on May 30.
The judge asked the Union health and family welfare secretary, director-general health services, New Delhi, Medical Council of India (MCI), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Tamil Nadu health and family welfare secretary to file replies by June 7. With none of the above mentioned agencies seeking for an early hearing, it is unlikely that the result would be declared on June 8.
We all directors of CCT have had a humongous tough time while filing the review petition at Supreme Court for NEET 2016 and meeting all the officials – CM, Educational Minister, NCP Chief, MNS Chief, HRD Ministers to accomplish the ordinance that was passed by our President.
We keep fingers crossed for no RENEET but incase if NEET 2017 is to be reappeared, it’s going to be a monstrous stress for all the students again.
Never the less CLEAR CONCEPTS TUTORIALS (CCT) is well prepared to groom the student for the last minute brush up with NEET practice papers.
Thanking you,
CCT TEAM
About CCT Family

About CCT Family

Dear All,

Greetings from CCT family!

As an aspiring medical or engineering branch student or a parent of such a student you all know how difficult it has become to get admission in medical and good engineering college. As the syllabus is vast and tough, and as the exam patterns are ever changing; the dream of many students who wish to become a Doctor or an Engineer remains a dream because of lack of proper guidance.

As I sit at the coordinator’s desk in CCT sangli, I remember my days as a parent. Me and my son also had to face and fight same problem viz. lack of proper guidance. Being born and brought up in Mumbai and having studied in one of the best schools and colleges, I exactly knew where we lacked. And I was trying hard to get that systematic teaching and practising pattern for him.

During this period I got to know that the renowned clear concepts team is coming to teach at islampur, 45 kms away from where we were. So I grabbed the opportunity and started sending my son to islampur for guidance. Eventually he got good marks in engineering entrance ( JEE(mains)at that time) and could secure admission in good Mumbai college.

This experience made me aware of the lack of facilities good students are facing in sangli area. And so when clear concepts team decided to open a center in sangli I agreed to help. Actually I was practising homeopathic medicine as a full timer, and was under the impression that clear concepts team will come and teach one batch of few students and I will help as and when required.

Bur as we started there was such a huge response that now CCT coordination has become my full time job. This only shows how much need sangli had of such a center. And we have proved ourselves by 2016 results. I feel proud to be associated with the fabulous team of teachers who have not only enriched sangli’s educational field but also my personal life.

We guide students not only in terms of perfecting their skills, but also instilling in them scientific temperament and confidence that last forever. Our emphasis on core concepts helps to bring out the best in the aspirants.

We hope you join us on this journey.

How CCT Started in Sangli

How CCT Started in Sangli

It wasn’t very long back. It all started in may 2013. A well known dentist from small town of islampur, Dr. Suhas Kulkarni was searching a good tuition for his second daughter, an aspiring medical student. His elder daughter was already studying in GS medical college, Mumbai. According to her, many of her classmates were students of Dr. Abhang Prabhu and Prof. Ravi Seshan,  who were one of the best tutors for CET and eventually proved to be best for NEET as well. So Dr. Suhas and his wife Dr. Manali tried to meet Dr. Prabhu in Mumbai .

Dr. Suhas had gathered a bunch of around 30/40 students in islampur who wanted to learn from best educators of Mumbai and he wanted teachers from Mumbai to come to islampur. A seemingly impossible task!  But nevertheless he tried meeting Dr. Abhang Prabhu. At first Dr. Prabhu was reluctant even to meet Dr. Suhas. But his persistent efforts and patience paid. He finally persuaded Dr. Prabhu to visit islampur once to guide parents and students about NEET and JEE. He successfully managed to convince Dr. Prabhu that there is lot of potential in small town kids which is going wasted without proper guidance from experienced teachers. Dr. Prabhu addressed a seminar in islampur , he liked this place and the people he met here, and eventually agreed to come and teach with his team.

Initially it was decided that this team will teach only MCQs. But as they started teaching they realised that students were weak in their basics about the science subjects. So later they started teaching theory as well. The teachers took this islampur project as a challenge. Very few students had joined and the project was not economically viable, there was much resistance from local class owners, everybody was saying this team will not come regularly, they will wind up and go back leaving students in the mid of nowhere.

But Dr. Suhas and Dr. Manali were sure that clear concepts team will complete the task taken in hand even if they have to face any challenge. Entire Kulkarni family and some other parents took good care of the teachers. Teachers’ pick up and drop to railway station, their food arrangements and stay everything was managed perfectly.

Meanwhile in sangli city some 45 kms away from islampur parents and students were facing same problems of guidance for NEET and JEE. As clear concepts team started coming regularly to islampur some parents from sangli started sending their children to islampur once a week. One such parent was Dr. N.S.Parchure. As time passed, some more parents joined in.  Then they invited the team to sangli. By seeing the huge response of sangli students, CCT team decided to open a center in sangli. Dr. Nalini Parchure agreed to look after it as the local co-ordinator.

There was no infrastructure, no office, no staff at the beginning, but admissions started pouring in. So Dr. Narsinh Parchure helped in finding a place for the classes. Dr. Suhas and some local well wishers helped with the interiors and in finding office staff and other things. Students and parents themselves helped to establish the class in sangli.

Sangli center started in 2014. In 2016 sangli saw the best ever result it can get in medical and engineering entrance exams. It is not easy to maintain punctuality and discipline in teaching at a place so far off from Mumbai like sangli. Sending the best teaching faculty for 5 days a week, and maintaining the quality of teaching, quality of notes, papers and also of non teaching facilities is a task in itself. This is possible only because of the passion and persistency of the teaching and non teaching staff.

Clear concept has always stood behind students as a rock solid pillar and it will continue doing same in the future.