NEET 2017 Answer Keys  are expected to be out soon as the Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE has asked for permission to declare results by June 20. Today CBSE told the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court that it has pepared a set of two question papers across the country for the NEET-2017 medical entrance exam for the unddergraduate programme in MBBS and BDS.  CBSE further stated before the  High Court that the question paper  in 8 vernacular languages was prepared  for the medical entrance exam. The submission was made before the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court as it  had earlier asked the court to stay the announcement of the NEET 2017 results. Also Read: NEET 2017 Answer Keys to be released tomorrow? Sources suggest CBSE ready, updates likely before 5 pm on

The CBSE  admitted that they would require at least 15 days time to declare the NEET 2017 results once it is permitted to do so. CBSE further stated that  the delay has been beyond the permissible limit. The CBSE also stated that in case the results are delayed it would hamper the future of the students. Lakhs of students are awaiting the results of NEET 2017 and the answer keys are also  highly awaited. The CBSE also stated that in case they need to complete all the admission formalities well in time. Also Read: NEET 2017 Latest News Update: Madras HC calls for all question papers on June 12 for inspection, delay in NEET Results extended

Earlier the court directed the CBSE not to declare the results of National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS and BDS courses till June 7. This year CBSE has found itself in midst of controversies. First the age limit of the candidates was restricted to 25 years. After which the number of times  the students can appear for the exam was also a matter of concern. Once the paper of NEET UG 2017 was conducted, there were reports of paper leak, various petitions were filed. There were also allegations regarding the disparity in the language papers. As per reports, Justice N Seshasayee had lsought the replies of the CBSE and the Union health secretary on the petition alleging that the test was not conducted in a uniform manner across the country.