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NEET PG verdict delays RGUHS PGET Counselling

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NEET PG verdict delays PGET Counselling
Aspirants who have written Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) PG entrance test, have to wait for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG 2013 verdict, for the announcement of results.

However, the delay on NEET PG 2013 judgment has taken away a lot of time for Medical PG counselling.

A senior officer from Medical Education Department said, "As per the SC order, admissions for post graduate seats must be completed by May 30. But due to the case hearing on NEET, there is a possibility of extending the last date to June 30. There will be no compromise on ensuring that students get maximum time for seat selection process."

"The judgment on NEET will be heard on Thursday and soon, counselling will begin. If there is a paucity of time, the government may decide to conduct just one round of counselling to complete the admissions," the official said.

As per the official announcement by NBE Board, the results were to be declared on January 31 which has been postponed for a long time. The verdict of NEET in order to make it as a common entrance exam across country has been submitted in Supreme Court.

The Supreme court is yet to give its final verdict on the issue. Once the final verdict is announced the NBE board shall release the results. Though SC has been hearing the NEET case every day, this has gone in vain, because it is been postponed every time.

The National Board of Examination (NBE), New Delhi had conducted National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in November 2012 for admission to postgraduate Medical and Dental courses across the country.

RGUHS, Bangalore conducted the PGET for admission to Medical and Dental courses in the university.

Many other deemed universities which conducted their PG Medical entrance exam have also postponed the results because, SC had sent a notice to all universities to hold their entrance exams results till NEET verdict comes to an end.

Students claimed that the academic session was to begin from May and counseling process for admissions takes over a month.

Delay in NEET results, students might loose one academic year. They are in big trouble for getting dreams of their seats in Medical / Dental courses.

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