Latest Update NEET 2020 - SC Seeks Centre, MCI Response on Plea For Examinations Centres in Gulf Countries
The Supreme Court on weekday sought-after a response from the Central government and also the Medical Council of India (MCI) on a plea seeking directions to carry National Eligibility seminal fluid Entrance take a look at (NEET) examination centres in Gulf countries.
The plea, filed by oldsters of nearly 1400 NEET (undergraduate) candidates, sought-after to instead table the examination till the COVID-19 pandemic normalizes.
A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao issued notice to the Centre and also the MCI to sought-after their responses on the pleas.
The parents of those candidates, World Health Organization reside in port, Qatar, Oman, and UAE, have approached the apex court difficult the Kerala state supreme court June thirty order that had fired their plea.
In their attractiveness against the Kerala state supreme court order, the final secretary of Kerala Muslim Culture Centre in Qatar, Abdul Azeez aforementioned that the National Testing Agency (NTA) had the potential and temperament to open examination centres in Gulf countries as they'd been doing therefore for the Joint entrance exam (JEE).
The petition contended that the NTA has aforementioned it'd open examination centres abroad provided that the MCI approved the proposal.
The MCI, in its communication dated might twenty-one, advised that the net take a look at for NEET isn't potential, the plea in apex court expressed.
"During these exceptional circumstances, the MCI and also the Union government got to be versatile therefore on facilitating these students to sit down for NEET," the plea aforementioned.
It aforementioned most students had registered with Indian embassies in Qatar, Oman, the UAE, and Asian country to jaunt India on Vande India mission flights and seem within the examination for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses in medical faculties, however, they might not get seats on the flights as priority was given to alternative classes of passengers stuck abroad.