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Supreme Court uplift Ban of NEET Results: CBSE to Declare NEET 2017 Result on 26 June 2017

UPDATE: Finally, Hon’ble Supreme Court has uplifted the BAN of NEET-UG 2017 result. According to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the result of NEET 2017 is going on 26 June 2017. Still, some of the Petition have been filed in SC court. The hearing is on 3rd July 2017. No matter what, the RESULT of NEET 2017 is going to be announced on 26 June. Good Luck

Today is the decision day on National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET-UG) exam result. The CBSE has approached Hon’ble Supreme Court for getting permission to declare results. On 24 May 2017, the Madras High Court has asked CBSE to put stay on the result of Medical Entrance Exam till 12 June 2017. On 2 June CBSE has filed a petition in Supreme Court but the SC has asked CBSE that Madras High Court is looking into the similar matter and the result has already put on hold due to an enquiry by the special bench.

More than 1 million candidates are anxiously waiting for their results. Today is the decision day as the Supreme Court is hearing CASE on NEET 2017 exam. All most all stakeholders including lakhs of student and parents, state governments, private medical colleges and universities have been anxiously waiting for the NEET results, which was initially scheduled for release on June 8.

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As per the official notification, the scheduled date of result declaration was 8 June 2017. The parents, state governments, private medical colleges and universities are waiting for NEET UG Result/ Merit list /Rank Card.

According to the petition in Madurai Court, Madras High Court, the court said CBSE had failed to give uniform question paper for students writing in different languages. Now, Mr Sanchari Roy has filed another case in Calcutta High Court and today is hearing for that. A similar petition is also pending before the Gujarat high court and the final verdict is on 13 June 2017.

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NEET 2017 Result to be declared on 26 June (Supreme Court Decision)

The Medical Council of India has asked to extend the admission dates of Govt/ Private MBBS/ BDS courses State Govt (Uttar Pradesh/ Rajasthan/ MP/ Haryana/ Gujarat/ Karnataka/ Tamilnadu and other). Almost all the state board has already declared the Senior Secondary result.

Yesterday JEE Advanced 2017 result was declared and now from 14 June, the counselling /choice filling starts. The aspirants of Medical/ Dental are also looking for counselling and pursue MBBS/ BDS.



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2 comments

  1. THANKS AND HATS OFF TO THE GREAT APEX COURT OF INDIA. THE HONORABLE COURT HAS ONCE AGAIN PROVED THE EXISTENCE OF DEMOCRACY IN INDIA BY DOING AWAY WITH THE HARM PROPOSED BY THE MEDICAL MAFIA BY FORBIDDING THE INTERFERENCE of ANY COURT IN INDIA EXCEPT THE APEX COURT TO DEAL WITH ANY MATTER RELATING TO NEET – 2017. A GREAT SIGH OF RELIEF. “INDIA IS GREAT”

  2. People are making mockery of our judicial system and filing unnecessary cases against NEET in different High Courts. A fresh case at Calcutta Court has been filed yesterday. The persons behind them are Barons of Private Medical Education Mafia who make crores of black money by selling openly medical seats in lakhs (UG Seats) and in crores (PG Seats). They work in collusion with State Govts. State Govts are their partners and share-holders. They have polluted the High Courts by bribing some of the people in judicial system. But at present Supreme Court is damn strict for making NEET compulsory to destroy the Mafia. SC is making every effort to nullify the bad intention of Mafia.

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