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The National Eligibility cum Entry Test, Post Graduate or NEET PG Counseling 2021 has become an important issue. Residents in distress have begun a strike over delays in the All India Quota case (AIQ), due to EWS and OBC reservations. The Health Ministry has taken a major step in this regard. According to media reports, the Union Health Ministry has requested an early hearing from the Supreme Court. A source claims that the Medical Counseling Committee wrote to the Supreme Court to request an early hearing so that counseling can begin for 2021 and information can be provided orally to striking doctors. Explain that there is a shortage of doctors at the hospitals due to this delay. Representatives of striking doctors state that they will continue their strike until the government gives them written assurance on their key demand.
Ministry of Health did this work: We are sorry to inform you that admission for about 2 lakh candidates who passed NEET PG 2021 has been stalled because of delays in counseling. Candidates complain that their whole year was wasted because of the delays in counseling and due to coronavirus second wave and hearing. The second-year candidates have also been put under more pressure due to the non-availability of first-year students. They are required to work for 36 to 36 hours per day. Many doctors went on strike because of this. As of now, residents from Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Gujarat hospitals have joined the strike to protest the issue. Some reports mention doctors also boycotting emergency services.
Conclusion: NEET PG Counseling 2021 Update: Strike by doctors over NEET PG counseling delays. The Health Ministry took this important step to address the problems of NEET PG and resident doctors.
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