NEET SS 2021: Centre Decides To Postpone NEET Super Specialty 2021 For 2 Months
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NEET SS 2021 : The SC has been informed by the central government in an affidavit on dt.04-10-2021, that it chose to postpone exams for PG students in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET-SS) 2021 for the period of 2 months. The NEET PG Super Speciality exam dates are scheduled for January 11th or january 12th, 2022. The choice is in favor of students and is to make sure that applicants have enough time to study considering the changes to the exam format The Central government has stated. The Centre in its affidavits claimed it was the choice to implement modifications to the exam format was made to ensure that the seats are filled.
The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET-SS) exam date for 2021 examination was originally scheduled for November 13 and 14 in this year 2021. The dates for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET-SS) exam was published on July 23rd of this year 2021. The new exam format was announced to the public on August 31, 2021 in their official site. In announcing that the last-minute changes would harm the students, the court heard a petition in the highest court by 41 PG doctorally qualified doctors. The plea sought to challenge the sudden change, claiming that the same thing was done to favor general medicine students.
Government Statement: NEET SS 2021
The government said that “Mentioned conclusion had also felt and observed that candidates must not feel that they have not been extended sufficient time to prepare for the examination under the Revised Scheme.”
It also said that “In the circumstances, it was decided that NEET-SS be deferred by a period of two months and be held on January 10-11, 2022 to provide ample time to all of them for their preparation for the entrance examination under the revised scheme,”
This move has been made as a result of the updated syllabus and is a decision taken by government officials from the Central government to offer students enough time to prepare following the Central report of the government. Additionally, in supporting the changes to the syllabus The Centre also stated in an affidavit that the modifications to the exam format were intended to reduce seats being wasted’. Aspirants have been working using the pattern which has been in use over the last three years. This is particularly relevant since in 2018 and 2019 when changes to the pattern and/or the schedule were proposed and revealed almost six months before the examination.