In recent past, allegations were raised against CBSE that the board had not set the question papers uniformly for the NEET examination.
CBSE denied the allegations and filed the counter affidavit. It was said in the allegation that question papers in the Gujarati language were fairly easier than the question paper in the English language.
Yesterday the Court asked for the Gujarati, Hindi, and Marathi question papers translation in English language and on June 13 the Gujarat High Court will have next hearing in this case.
Now the CBSE NEET Result 2017 has been stretched till 12 June.
The CBSE told to the Gujarat High Court that board outlined a dissimilar set of question papers in this year for NEET examination for Gujarati language and English Language as the students were scared of regional language paper might drip.