NEET UG Exam 2021 is booked for next Sunday (September 13). Nonetheless, a few understudies crusaded on Twitter, while requesting that the test be delayed because of other significant tests. The request has been documented in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court dismissed the application and requested that the NEET-211 UG test can’t be delayed.
(CBSE), COMEDK Examination in Karnataka, Odisha JEE, Madhya Pradesh twelfth Class Exams will be held before long this time. Because of weighty floods in West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh, numerous understudies have been asked not to enroll in the NEET assessment. In any case, the National Testing Authority (NTA) has affirmed that NEET won’t be deferred under any condition.
Petition Filed by Students in Supreme Court against NEET Exam
Supreme Court of India today heard the request with respect to NEET and the CBSE Examinations. Offended parties had mentioned subduing the NTA notice gave for booking NEET 2021. This request has been denied by the seat. The request was heard by a three-judge seat headed by Justice A. M. Khanwilkar alongside Justice Hrishikesh Roy and Justice C.T. Ravikumar.
NTA on September 3 had explained to the seat that the understudies would be permitted to show up for the assessment, regardless of the way that CBSE Results would not be proclaimed by then, at that point. Noticing something very similar, the seat had brought up that the alleviation guaranteed was superfluous. The case was recorded for hearing today where the twist brought up that they were ‘neither dazzled nor willing’ to defer NEET 2021.
NEET UG Exam Date and Admit Card Release Date
After the Supreme Court canceled the postponement of the NEET-UG exam, there is no longer any hold on this exam. And very soon the admit card for the NEET exam will be released. It is being told that on September 9, the admit cards of the NEET exam will be made available by rail. If you also want to download your admit card, then you can download it by visiting the given link neet.nta.nic.in. And this exam will be taken on 12th September.
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