NEET PG 2013: Supreme Court to hear case on Feb 19

Editorial Team4616|1Last Updated:04:43 pm, February 14, 2013
NEET PG 2013: Supreme Court to hear case on Feb 19

The Supreme Court postponed the NEET PG case yet again on February 14 to February 19.

This delay means that the chances of students getting counselling are now less.

NEET PG case (T.C.(C) No.98/2012) was listed as item no. 3 in the February 14 final cause list for the Court no. 1.

The case discussion began around 11.30 am this morning and was over just after 3 pm.

The Tamil Nadu case hearing will take place on February 19,

Discussions were held across social media forums and websites carrying live updates of the case.

A verdict can only be reached once the Supreme Court releases a final cause list.

The delay in reaching a verdict has led to a lot of uncertainty amongst students who now state that their future is at stake.

The delay means that the chances of going for NEET PG 2013 counselling is very low.

NEET counselling was supposed to start from February 20.

You may also want to read:

NEET PG 2013: Reasons behind the results delay & qualifying criteria

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First Published:04:43 pm, February 14, 2013

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unknownunknown (Posted 1 Year Ago)

did s not a civil/criminal case to keep on postponing..........what d bloody hell s happening? beginnin of neet exam. what all bullshit rules first come first serve basis...now what happened?pls next year stop this darma...................to hell with supreme court..........

pushpa
pushpa verma(1 Year Ago)
they are not taking it seriously
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Venkat
Venkat (1 Year Ago)
If you have money, any PG course is possible.... otherwise simply forget it....this is the fate of medical education in India......
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unknownnnnnn
unknownnnnnn (1 Year Ago)
i agree with u
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