Initial rounds for the purpose of getting admissions in government run medical and para-medical courses is done but the wait of the colleges for the NEET results is still on. Classes will only start after the declaration of the NEET results.
"¢Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Dr. Pravin Shingare said, "Most students who have confirmed admissions at these institutes based on their MH-CET scores are now awaiting the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) results to bag seats in private and deemed medical and dental institutes. It makes no sense to start regular classes till then because students will not even attend classes."
"¢DMER still not declared the date for the start of regular classes. "We hope this delay does not cost students in the end," added Shingare
"¢An institute director in Kurla said, "Even though 75 per cent of our batches for physiotherapy and homeopathy are full, we are waiting for NEET results to be announced before we start regular lectures. In all probability, we'll end up refilling many of the seats to make up for withdrawal of admissions and this throws our academic schedule off the tracks."
The results for phase 1 and phase 2 will be declared in August 17 by the CBSE.
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