NEET- PG 2013: Supreme Court postpones case to March 5

Editorial Team0|3Last Updated:09:54 am, March 01, 2013
NEET- PG 2013: Supreme Court postpones case to March 5

Supreme Court has postponed NEET- PG 2013 case to March 5. 

Supreme Court started the NEET- PG 2013 discussion on February 28 at 11.05 am 

On February 27, the Supreme court heard the arguments of Sr. Counsel Dr. Rajiv Dhawan .  

However, the lawyers of Medical Council of India (MCI) are yet to begin their arguments. It is expected that their arguments will probably start in 1st week of March.

NEET PG case has been listed as Item number 3 in the final cause list for February 28.

Students have expressed their anguish on social networking sites. A student was of the opinion that everyday is a new surprise for them.  Around 90, 000 students have taken the exam.

Previous coverage on NEET:

NEET PG 2013: Reasons behind the results delay
NEET PG 2013: Counselling to start, results not yet declared

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First Published:09:54 am, March 01, 2013

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Comments:

Dr.Dr. Sai(Posted 1 Year Ago)

Why don't the supreme court allow the NBE ppl to release the ranking results.. ?? Atleast that vl give us a bit relief...then later they can keep a stay on counselling until they give their verdict.. comes..atleast that vl give us a bit relief..

AA V(Posted 1 Year Ago)

it is question of lacs of students both PG AND UG MEDIACL entrance ,why the cabinet is not taking decession ,i think so there is no educated person in supreme court.What is doing student unions.Even accused cannot be punished for twice for the same offence.What stdents have done they have to appear MSET AND NEET both exams for one result.

ANILANIL PODDAR(Posted 1 Year Ago)

it's a case in which plenty of private medical college needs to be heard before supreme court decides this way or the other but it is unfair to say medical council of india does not have a authority to conduct all india neet pg exam, who gave them this power, supreme court, if the court decides this exam as null and void then they will be contradicting their own previous judgement. in fact they should have even included AIIMS, PGI AND JIPMER too, those who were top ranking would have gone for them, now this case should be TOP priority so that once for all this problem is solved and for ever,otherwise poor students might be late in their curriculum and whole country will suffer as this case has a wide ramification.YOUNG WOULD BE SPECIALIST , WILL HAVE HAVE TO LOOK AFTER THE COUNTRY'S HEAELTH FOR THE LONG YEARS TO COME, DON'T TORTURE THEM MENTALLY AT THIS UNRIPE AGE.,

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rjnName (1 Year Ago)
NO place of hurry in getting specialist skills...always get grip on general exam first by putting some years in field job..then get PG seat..... this is best route for best skill devolpment.
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