NEET Results 2021 | NTA Seeks Early Hearing in SC on Plea Against Bombay HC

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NEET Results 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA)) On Monday appealed an emergency hearing in the Supreme Court against the High Court order not to announce theNEET results  2021 and not to conduct re-examination for two candidates who mixed question papers and OMR sheets at a centre in Maharashtra.

In an unprecedented order, the Bombay High Court on October 20 directed the NTA, which was set up in 2018 to conduct operations. National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET)  For admission to the undergraduate medical course, for the two students to take the new test and to announce their results along with the original results of the test held on 12 September.

 

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The High Court noted that the examination booklet and OMR sheet were merged by two medical candidates – Vaishnavi Bhopali and Abhishek Shivaji at the examination centre before the examination began and directed them to re-appear. A bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramna was apprised of the urgency of the matter, with Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appearing for the NTA, saying the announcement of results was being postponed due to a high court order.

 

The court asked the law officer to refer the case to the bench hearing these cases and if the matter was reported as new, the bench agreed to consider an emergency list. The announcement of NEET results  2021 has been postponed on the instructions of the two students. I am requesting a hearing tomorrow, submitted by the law office before a bench comprising Justice Surya Kant and Hima Kohli.

 

“We’ll see,” the bench said. The NTA said in its appeal that the NEET (UG), 2021 exam for more than 16 lakh candidates was held on September 12 and it could not announce their NEET results  2021 due to the High Court order though it was ready for the same announcement.

 

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The delay in announcing the NEET results  2021 will affect and further delay the subsequent admission process in undergraduate medical courses such as MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS and BHMS courses, the application said. The two students said that the inspectors started distributing the examination booklets to all the students at half past noon.

 

However, the time of distribution of examination books fell. As a result, the test booklets and OMR sheets fell down and merged, the application said. The High Court, in addition to postponing the re-examination order and the announcement of results, directed that the NTA give the petitioners a clear notice within 48 hours about the examination date and the allotment centre of the applicants.

Making it clear that the order would not be treated as a precedent, the High Court had directed the NTA that it be necessary to take part in the examination as directed in order to issue admission or permission, in advance. Respondents No. 1 and 2 are advised to formulate appropriate rules/guidelines to provide remedial action in case of such difficulties keeping in view the interests and future of such students in future.

 

The 12 September NEET entrance test was conducted for 16,14,777 candidates, including 3,682 centers in 202 cities, 9,548 center superintendents / deputy superintendents, 5,615 observers, 2,69,378 inspectors and 220 inspectors and 220 city co-ordinators. Accordingly, the application

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