Home Education SC refuses to postpone NEET-PG-22 exam, says it will affect patient care

SC refuses to postpone NEET-PG-22 exam, says it will affect patient care

Supreme Court of India. Photo: ANI

The on Friday refused to postpone the NEET-PG-22 examination at the request of doctors, saying the delay would lead to unavailability and seriously affect patient care.

Judge D.Ya. Chandrahuda and Surya Kant said postponing the exam will create chaos and uncertainty and will affect most of the students who have registered for the exam.

There are two categories of students – one seeking an adjournment and a larger category of more than two lakhs of six thousand candidates – that will be affected by the adjournment after exam preparation, the bench said.

It noted that the government was trying to return the survey schedule in time because it was affected by the pandemic.

If the country returns to the rails that derailed due to the pandemic, it is necessary to follow the schedule set by this court, the report said.

On May 10, the higher court agreed to hear the petition seek a reprieve Eligibility for the 2022 Postgraduate Admission Test (NEET-PG) scheduled for May 21 on the grounds that it would contradict the ongoing consultation for NEET-PG 2021.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is generated automatically from the syndicated tape.)

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