New Delhi. The Supreme Court has set aside the Bombay High Court’s decision refusing to conduct NEET-UG re-examination for 2 students. Earlier, while presenting its stand in the Supreme Court, the Central Government had said that if it is directed to conduct the NEET, NEET UG examination again, then it will become a pattern.
According to reports, the Supreme Court has canceled the re-examination order for non-matching of test booklet and answer booklet. The court said, sorry, but cannot get the NEET-UG exam re-conducted for two students.
The Supreme Court’s decision comes in the case of two students from Solapur district who complained that due to the negligence of the invigilator, they received mismatched text booklet and answer sheet during the examination. Earlier on October 28, the Supreme Court had given the green signal to declare the results of NEET-UG.
It is to be mentioned that NEET-UG exam was conducted last month on 12th September across the country. Around 16 lakh candidates had participated in the examination. After this decision of the top court, MCC can soon release the dates of NEET counseling.