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NEET PG 2013 Verdict delayed by 3 Months

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NEET PG 2013 results delayed day by day
The first common medical entrance exam National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG results has been delayed since three months which further lead students in jeopardy.

Around 90,000 students appeared NEET PG 2013 entrance exam are seriously waiting for the results.

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.

A verdict is important as the Supreme Court will only re-open on July 1. Counselling to medical colleges ends on May 31.

The Chief Justice of India, Justice Altamas Kabir, will retire on July 18. They hope that the NEET-PG verdict will be passed his last landmark judgment.

SC Delivered NEET PG 2013 Final Verdict

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

NEET exam was declared by MCI in September that too with instruction of court for a fair and transparent system in medical dental and pg admissions. Exam was conducted by the National board of examinations on December 2013.

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.

There were more than 20 petitioners and case started on November 5.

Honorable Supreme court given an interim order on December 13 for all institutions and state governments to conduct their own exams and instructed not to publish results of any medical/pg entrance till further order

As per the official announcement by NBE Board, the results were to be declared on January 31.

Most of the candidates who appeared for the test are now venting their anger on social networking sites. The case, which was to come up for hearing on Tuesday, has been postponed to March 13.

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

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