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The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that admission to the undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses would be subject to the final outcome of the petitions challenging the Medical Council of India’s decision requiring that candidates clear the National Eligibility Entrance Test.

The apex court bench of Justice Gyan Sudha Misra and Justice Madan B Lokur said this on an application filed by NGO Sankalp, seeking direction that the private colleges which were enrolling students on the basis of their own entrance tests should admit only those students who had appeared in the NEET and secured at least 50% marks.

Appearing for the NGO, counsel Prashant Bhushan said that the interim order passed by the apex court in May was not clear as it had allowed the declarations of the results of the entrance exams conducted by the Medical Council under the NEET and by various private colleges.

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