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'Delay affects the future of students, Supreme Court to Centre; notify counselling within one week': Supreme Court to Centre on NEET MDS 2021

Lawstreet Journal 16 Jul 2021 12:34am

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary 'Delay affects the future of students, Supreme Court to Centre; notify counselling within one week': Supreme Court to Centre on NEET MDS 2021

The Supreme Court of India, instructed the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on 12th July, Monday to disclose the NEET-MDS 2021 counselling sessions, within a week. A panel of Justices DY Chandrachud and Hrishikesh Roy, noted that the delay in counselling may have significant repercussions for the students who have been waiting, since the test results were released on 31st December 2020.

The court stated that, Prima facie, they have heard Senior Advocate Vikas Singh for petitioners and ASG Mr. KM Natraj, appearing for Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, they allowed one week to respond to the complaints stated in the petition at the request of ASG. We anticipate that an expedient judgment will be made within the next week and that the court will be notified when the Union Government intends to undertake counselling for students whose MDS NEET scores were released on 31st December 2020. They trust that the Union Government is aware of the significant implications that these kids will suffer as a result of the lengthy delay in finishing the counselling.

Courtroom Exchange:

The Bench questioned ASG KM Nataraj, that the petitioners took the NEET MDS exam, and the results were announced in December, how can he cease MDS counselling only because NEET PG has been postponed? Senior Counsel Vikas Singh, representing the petitioners, stated: The activity must be completed virtually, thus it is possible. When it comes to a regulated setting, there is always the possibility of covid precautions appropriate… Continue Reading...


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