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NEET-PG 2013: Students distraught over delay in results

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The Supreme Court has postponed the hearing of the NEET-PG 2013 case  to March 12 leaving the students upset.

The students have taken to  social networking sites to express their anguish.

A student has written  on www.Indiancolleges.com that  the career of 90,000 students are at stake due to the delay of results.The students also commented  that they have lost hope of an timely judgement and are sure that it will be delayed.

NEET-PG students are also finding the situation absurd  and highly irritating.The students are also confused about their future and whether they should pursue higher studies.

Most students did not want to use their real names, here is what they had to say:

Feelings of 90,000 students who appeared for the entrance exam in Nov.2012 and anxiously waiting for the result and the heart burn of their parents do not attract any attention or pressure – RS

It is very difficult to decide whether they will be selected or if they should study further more in case of non selection - Dr Himanshu Bansal

Neet is a good concept as it is definitely going to help poor, middle class students. I (as a parent) am receiving many calls from many agents to book UG seats in private colleges@30-60lacs 70L-1.15Cr for PG which parents like me cannot afford. I am sure only such persons are obstructing the path of neet. This must be enquired. – Vinita

The Supreme Court had earlier postponed the NEET-PG 2013 case to March 12. On March 7, the NEET-PG case was listed as item number 4 in court number 1.

Mr Giri spoke on behalf of private medical colleges from Kerala  while Mr Guru Krishna Kumar spoke on behalf of private colleges from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

Discussion for interim orders was rejected

Earlier stories

NEET PG 2013: Reasons behind the results delay
NEET PG 2013: Counselling to start, results not yet declared

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