NEET PG 2013: Supreme Court postpones case again

Editorial Team4154|1Last Updated:05:43 pm, February 13, 2013
NEET PG 2013: Supreme Court postpones case again

The Supreme Court postponed the NEET PG case yet again on February 13, leading to speculation that a verdict may take time to arrive.

Discussions were held across social media forums and websites carrying live updates of the case. One site suggested that it may take another six to seven hearings before NEET PG students can expect a verdict.

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

It was learnt that Harish Salve, the lawyer speaking for the NEET case, has finished his arguments. The court heard arguments on Aided Minority Institutions and Unaided Medical Institutions. Discussions on NEET PG concluded at 3.30 pm today. The TamilNadu State government hearing is likely to take place tomorrow.

The delay in reaching a verdict has led to a lot of stress and uncertainty amongst students who have taken to protests and the social media to express their dismay and anger.

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First Published:05:43 pm, February 13, 2013

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SrinivasaSrinivasa Rao(Posted 1 Year Ago)

The delay in passing order by Hon'ble Supreme Court is causing severe hardship to the students preparing for UG medical admissions for the academic year 2013. The 2 exams scheduled in less than a month now followed by NEET/State Level Entrance Tests in another two months, it is unfair on the part of the Governments which are not in a position address the to the concerns of students. The anxiety and stress levels of both parents and students are at peak due to inaction from the respective Government who are left with no time for preparation to either NEET or Common Entrance Test by respective states and institutions.<br /> <br /> Request Hon'ble Supreme Court to pass an order immediately without any further delay to faciliatate students preparations for the medical entrance examinations.