Strap: The 18-year-old claimed she was denied a full-time job when she sought help from a clerk at the City test. MUMBAI: Allegedly, he was not given a full-time job when he was competing for the NEET-UG (National Eligibility Test with Entrance Test for Sub-Graduates) (medical course) in Kota, Rajasthan, an 18 year old postgraduate medical student has applied to Bombay High Court for permission requested to take re-examination in Manipur which has not been held due to community violence

MUMBAI: An 18-year-old medical doctoral student applied for a permit to the Supreme Court for Bombay because he was not provided with a full-time job when he took the NEET-UG (National Entrance Test for Postgraduate Medical Courses) in Kota, Rajasthan for the test in Manipur to repeat where it still hasn’t happened due to communal violence.

In the petition filed through lawyer Madhav Thorat, Dhanashree Jagtap claims that although he is from Thandulwadi in Solapur district, he once studied NEET-UG in Kota and took his exams there.
He said he fell at the test center in Kota on May 7, sprained his right wrist and couldn’t answer the exam himself.

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Jagtap said he returned to the testing center after initial treatment at a local hospital and was provided with a clerk to write the tests, the head of the center and a National Testing Agency (NTA) representative testified, who administered the exams. Accident.

However, according to the petition, the authors could not be contacted until around 3:30 p.m. – almost an hour and a half after the scheduled start of the exam, which was supposed to end at 5:20 p.m.

Jagtap claims the head of the center strictly told him that he would be given a full three hours and 20 minutes and an additional hour and five minutes to write his exam, as NTA rules for NEET-UG allow an additional 65 minutes. is intended for candidates who are unable to write their own exams and for whom a clerical or clerk will provide.

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