A bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar said if students want to take part in multiple exams, they need to be given priority and preferred because there cannot be a situation where everyone is satisfied with the exam date.
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The Supreme Court, however, said that the petitioners would have the freedom to make a representation before the competent authority in this matter and a decision could be taken expeditiously as per the law. “The arguments you are making (on behalf of the petitioners) may not be relevant to 99 per cent of the candidates. For one per cent candidates, the whole system cannot be suspended,” the bench comprising Justice Hrishikesh Roy and City Ravi Kumar told Advocate Shoaib Alam Was present.
When Alam said that about 25,000 students will give improvement or bogie exams for 12th class
Alam argued that the medical entrance NEET-UG 2021 would be postponed because many other tests were scheduled to take place on September 12.
“If you want to take part in more than one test, you have to make a choice,” the bench added. “You have to give priority.
The bench said the concerned boards would do their job and the court would not interfere in the examination in such a situation.
That said, postponing the exam could affect the next course and the whole thing would be protracted.
The bench said, “It would be very unfair to re-determine the test. NEET is a very big test. It is not a state test, it is a nationwide test.”
Alam told the court that about 1 lakh candidates are likely to appear for the NEET exam.
“Now we need to really redefine the scope of judicial review. Where we go and how far we go,” the bench observed, noting that it did not want many students to be harmed in any way by being burned in the exams. Midnight oil “and ready.
“The relief sought in this petition is the revocation of a public notice dated June 13 issued by the NEET-UG 2021 exam-determining authority. For reasons promoted by the applicants’ attorneys, we are not impressed or agree to show anything.” Granting the petitioners permission under Article 2 of the Constitution or calling for their remedy, ”the bench said.
The Supreme Court was hearing the application that the examination was adjourned on the ground that several more examinations were scheduled during this period.
Last year, NEET was held on 13 September amid strict vigilance considering the COVID-19 epidemic. A total of 13.66 lakh candidates took part in the examination out of which 7,71,500 qualified.
First, the NEET-UG exam 2021 will be held in 13 languages in which Punjabi and Malayalam are new additions, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan announced in July.
He added that a new test center for NEET has been opened in Kuwait for the convenience of the Indian student community in the Middle East.
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