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SC Verdict on NEET and admission to private medical colleges

The Supreme Court on Monday cleared the decks for admissions to under-graduate and post-graduate medical and dental courses for 2013 in state government and private institutions as it lifted its stay on the declaration of the results of the entrance tests conducted by them. 

The apex court bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir also permitted the Medical Council of India (MCI) to declare the results of the national eligibility-cum-entrance test (NEET) conducted by it. 

The apex court had stayed declaration of results of these individual admission tests in view of the common NEET admission test notified by the government to conduct one single test to fill seats in PG seats in government and private colleges. 

SC said it will give its judgment in July first week on the petition by private medical collegeschallenging the validity of the NEET. 

The court said the fate of NEET for undergraduate courses — MBBS and BDS — will depend on its judgment to be delivered in July first week. source-timesofindia.indiatimes.com

No verdict on NEET- PG medical entrance

With the much-awaited judgment on the results of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to the post-graduation medical courses, which is affecting the future of nearly 90,000 students, not being delivered even today - the last day of Supreme Court's functioning before the summer vacations commence on Monday, the MCI may not have an option but to extend the May 31 deadline for counselling at Medical Colleges. The judgement affects the future of thousands of students fromChhattisgarh, who appeared for 82 medical seats in the state.

Talking to TOI chairman Medical Council of India, Dr KK Talwar, confirmed that the judgement hadn't come today but asserted that "everything" would be done to ensure that students are not affected in any manner. "That's all I can say right now", he said.

The future of 90,000 doctors across the country has been in question, as the results of NEET, which were to be declared on Jan 31, are being held back on the orders of the apex court due to pending litigation. The NEET was conducted in Nov 2012.

Despite MCI chief's claims that the future of the students will not be affected due to the delayed judgement, candidates and their parents do not agree and fear that an academic year may be lost due to the legal wrangling. "If the judgement is delayed even after the opening of the courts on July 1, our children would suffer", said a parent adding that the extension of the counselling date would not help much as the commencement of the academic session would be delayed. "If the apex court gives the judgment in July, the month long counselling sessions would go on till August and would adversely affect the studies of the students", said another parent.

The legal wrangling started with the MCI's proposal of a common entrance test for MBBS, Dental and PG Medical Courses. Private medical and dental colleges, who opposed the proposal, filed a case in the Supreme Court. While ordering the MCI and the states and private colleges to conduct their NEET and entrance exams respectively, the court debarred the declaration of results till the verdict on the case. source-timesofindia.indiatimes.com

NEET-PG 2013 - Final case verdict on Friday ,May 10

NEET-PG case verdict, which was expected to be given on May 9, was delayed by a day as the case was not included in the Supreme Court of India's final cause list.


Supplementary cause list for May 9 was also published but NEET-PG case was not included.


The final verdict will therefore be announced today as it is the last day before court holidays. The vacation of Supreme Court will start on May 13 and the court will re-open on July 1.


MCI and most of the senior counsels have been requesting the bench for final verdict on NEET-PG case before May 13, 2013.


NEET-PG results will be released only after final verdict. Counseling at medical colleges will end on May 31. There was some speculation that this deadline could be extended depending on when NEET-PG results would be declared.


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

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. source-daily.bhaskar.com

First National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) held for 31,000 medical seats

The first centralised test for admissions to medicine and dentistry seats — National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (Neet) — passed off peacefully at 33 centres across the state.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would conduct the examination. The examination score would enable students to apply for admission to 271 government and private medical colleges for MBBS and BDS.

According to sources, around 31,000 medical seats in government and private medical colleges in the country would be filled up through the Neet score. All government medical colleges in the Bihar state, including Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH), Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH), Anugrah Narayan Medical College and Hospital (Gaya), Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital (Bhagalpur) and Shri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (Muzaffarpur) and others would consider the Neet score for admission.

Apart from the above institutes, students can apply for admission to premier medical colleges in other states such as Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi, VM Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital (New Delhi), SCB Medical College (Cuttack) and others through the Neet score.

Most students were seen coming out of the exam centres with smiles on their faces. Manjari Singh, a student of DAV, Siwan, who took the exam at Christ Church Diocesan School, Patna, said: "The examination was easy, as most of the questions were of Class XII level of NCERT." In the three-hour examination, students had to answer 180 questions comprising 45 from physics and chemistry each and 90 from biology. source-telegraphindia.com

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NEET-PG results 2013 may be announced on May 09, 2013

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. source-daily.bhaskar.com

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