NEET PG 2023,Telangana HC Requests NMC to Reconsider Test Schedule, Candidates Transfer to SC - The News Vivo

NEET PG 2023,Telangana HC Requests NMC to Reconsider Test Schedule, Candidates Transfer to SC

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By Chandra Kanta Dalai

NEET PG 2023:The National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test (NEET) PG 2023 is just a few weeks away, and some candidates are still calling for the exam to be postponed. NEET PG 2023 candidates had already petitioned the Telangana High Court, which did not issue an order postponing the examination.

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Nevertheless, while hearing the appeal, the HC requested the National Medical Commission (NMC) to reconsider the March 5 exam date. The HC has given NMC two weeks to file its response.

Students seeking to reschedule the test have petitioned the Supreme Court after receiving no clear ruling from the Telangana High Court. Unfortunately, no hearing date has been set for the petition.

The NMC refused to reschedule the examination date, and the response was forwarded to the Telangana High Court. NMC is anticipated to postpone the exam after the HC’s directive to reassess the date.

After the Telangana High Court’s decision, Dr. Rohan Krishnan, head of the Federation of All India Medical Association (FAIMA), spoke out in support of the students. He also demanded that Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya reschedule the exam for May or June.

“NEET PG dates shall be revised as per the ruling of Telangana High Court. @NMC IND granted two weeks for the same. It is more likely that they will set a new date and skip SC.

This is in reaction to a recent comment made in Parliament by Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya regarding the NEET PG 2023 tests. Exams will be held on the planned day, according to the ministry. In justification of the decision.

he stated that the exam date was published five months before, so pupils should not have any difficulties studying for it. Furthermore, the government has extended the deadline for finishing an MBBS internship to August 11 this year.

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