NEET-PG 2013: Verdict expected on May 9

Editorial Team14363|5Last Updated:12:32 pm, May 02, 2013

Tags: Entrance exams, NEET-PG

NEET-PG 2013: Verdict expected on May 9

All arguments regarding NEET-PG results have come to end. All senior counsels filed rejoinder to the MCI arguments.

The verdict of NEET-PG results 2013 is likely to be announced on May 9. NEET-PG results will be released only after final Verdict.

The senior counsel was required to consolidate their points.

The Supreme Court  last heard the NEET PG case on April 30.

The vacation of Supreme Court will start on May 13 and the court will re-open on July 1.

About 90,000 students have been affected by the delay of results.

The delay has affected students do not know whether they are to give up their jobs and get a seat in medical school.

The deadline for counselling is May 31. There was some speculation that this deadline could be extended depending on when NEET-PG results would be declared.

Students had taken to expressing their frustration over the delay in results from February 2013. Fed up of the delay, some have now taken to protesting in towns and cities across the country.

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First Published:12:32 pm, May 02, 2013

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drdr deepak(Posted 12 Months Ago)

I think that this is complete failure of this examination.nobody is happy with online pattern of a and28 kinds of questn paper ,as percentile system would affect branch of a candidate.old pattern of exam is good and allindia prepg should be conduted by aiims only on written one common paper not by dnb. ye sab ke predetermined delay hain jo last year rajasthan pre pg me huye the due to vice chanceller rajababu nd nw they are spoiling career of students.

drdr m(Posted 12 Months Ago)

i agree . admissions should have been allowed in govt colleges. such a long delay itself created a room for corruption and there was no need for such delay.further neet was supposedly good for medical aspirants but was alltogether changed into a hell of a nightmere.a single exam. proposed but how could they miss out a single uniform paper .i dont know how many different papers were set but surely these neet waallas did it in haste and in a foolish manner and whatever was left to mourn was done by these stupid men in blacks vultures.

juzerjuzer (Posted 12 Months Ago)

if i were the judge of the supreme court my judgement would be to allow admission in government colleges and stall the admission processes in the private colleges until the case is resolved (which would be virtually indefinite in keeping with our lengthy and never-ending court proceedings)<br /> this would serve them right and in no time they would agree to the terms of NEET putting end to all the nuisance

LALLAL (Posted 12 Months Ago)

The NEET PG 2013 tests were conducted on line but the marks scored by the student was not declared immediately on completion of the test , this itself creates a room for corruption. Has the Authority who is the convener of such high level Tests( responsible for Human lives )any reply for this!------ Father of a candidate.

G.R.Nyati (12 Months Ago)
its shows that Govt.and MCI not interested to solve this problem,some corruption may be arise.
tulsitulsi priya(Posted 12 Months Ago)

It is very informative

panav (12 Months Ago)
sub ke sab mc hai