Government is keen on taking the decision to incorporate new regulations for the NEET, thus making it necessary for prospective medical aspirants planning to move abroad and study MBBS. However, for now, the decisions are matter of grave concern for Gujarati students, currently enrolled in universities in Philippines. Parents are already worried, and they are in a hoodlum as to what could the possible affect the decision could have on individual. Such a decision may seriously affect the career of the students to the extent, where they may not be able to conduct regular practice in private clinics or hospitals. It is quite significant to find here that many medical aspirants from the state of Gujarat have sit forNational Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) in 2017, were enrolled in foreign universities, despite the fact they did not have good ranks.
And now, with the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare approving Medical Council of India (MCI)’s proposal that eventually makes NEET compulsory for medical courses in colleges abroad, students, who are already in Philippines can be in some serious problems, which seems far from receiving any resolution.
The clarity on entire matter is turbid.