There seems to be no end to fiasco of NEET exam 2017 for medical admissions. This year the Central Board of Secondary Education has been embroiled in a crisis situation and making appearances in the High courts. CBSE has appeared in the Gujarat High Court, Madras High Court which had put a stay on the result declaration of CBSE NEET UG exam 2017. The results of NEET UG 2017 should have ideally been declared by now. Lakhs of students who appeared for the medical entrance exam are now in a dilemma regarding their future. They are also wondering whether there will be re-exam for NEET exam.
As per the latest updates, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has moved Supreme Court and have requested that they should be allowed to declare the NEET Results soon. As per the latest news regarding the NEET 2017 news, CBSE has asked the Supreme Court to allow it to declare the results. The Supreme Court will hear the matter on June 12, 2017. The CBSE has also sought urgent lifting of the stay of the order passed by the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court which had stayed the declaration of the results. The CBSE made an urgent mention before the SC to lift the stay on the declaration of the results. The SC said that it would hear the matter. ALSO READ: NEET 2017: Supreme court extends medical admissions date for NEET PG admissions to June 12
The ASG has also submitted that the Gujarat High Court has issued notice relating to NEET matter when SC has said that no HC will entertain any NEET matter. The Supreme Court also extended the date for Bihar medical admissions. The Supreme Court bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and Deepak Gupta on June 9 extended the last date of counselling and admission for medical students to June 15. The bench was hearing a petition by Ashish Ranjan, asking the court to monitor the time frame for conducting the counselling and admission process of medical courses. ALSO READ: NEET 2017 Answer Keys to be released tomorrow? Sources suggest CBSE ready, updates likely before 5 pm on cbseneet.nic.in