The results for the NEET 2017 exam are unlikely to be declared this week as madras High Court will be hearing the case on June 7 which makes it impossible for the results to be declared on June 8. Not only this but also a now fresh writ petition has also been filed in the same court seeking for canceling the exam.
In the recent plea, petitioner J Gladwin is asking to give students admission in MBBS and BDS courses on the basis of plus two marks. The case for the same will be heard in the court next week.
Last week, Madurai bench of Madras High Court issued an interim stay on releasing the results of NEET UG exams which are scheduled to be declared on June 8.
After hearing the petitions filed by the students, Justice M V Muralidharan also directed Medical Council of India, the CBE director and Union Health department to submit the counter affidavits, in response to the petition filed by the students, on June 7.
NEET was conducted by the CBSE on May 7 and raised many controversies such as paper if different languages such as English, Hindi and Tamil were not of the same difficulty level.
The notification further reads "Course-wise and institute wise availability of seats as provided by the competent authorities will also be published before counseling and allotment".