SC refuses urgent hearing against NEET Ordinance

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The Supreme Court today refused to accord urgent hearing and grant interim stay on the operation of recently-promulgated ordinance which allows states to continue with their separate entrance tests for MBBS and BDS courses for academic year 2016-17. “Let us not create further confusion on medical entrance test and let there be some certainty for… Read more »

Govt told not to issue admit cards to MBBS aspirants

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The Madras High Court today restrained Tamil Nadu government from issuing admission cards to MBBS course aspirants this year till an appeal on allowing students of previous year for the course was settled, but allowed the counselling process to proceed. A division bench comprising justices Sathish K Agnihotri and M Venugopal gave the directive on… Read more »

SC lifts bar on common medical entrance test results

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The court said since it could not conclude the hearing on the issue within a stipulated period, it was modifying the order in the interest of the students and hospitals. The Supreme Court today lifted the bar on declaration of results for MBBS and medical post graduate courses for which entrance exams have already been… Read more »

Supreme Court go-ahead to MCI for common entrance exam

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The Supreme Court  has given its go-ahead to the Medical Council of India (MCI) for holding the first-ever common entrance examination for admission to MBBS, BDS and post-graduate courses but restrained it from declaring the results until further orders. The court also allowed various states, universities and other institutions entitled to conduct their respective examinations for MBBS,… Read more »