May 21 was set as the date for the NEET postgraduate test 2022. Aspirants have been requesting a 4- to 8-week extension in the dates, claiming that they do not have enough time to study since the NEET PG 2021 counselling and exam conflict.
On Wednesday, a team from the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the BJP’s student wing, met with Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya to urge that the National Eligibility Entrance Test, also known as NEET PG 2022, be postponed.
Senior officials from the Union Health Department also attended the conference, which took place in Delhi on Wednesday.
In a letter to the health minister, the ABVP also urged that the NEET application window be reopened for students whose seats had been revoked. According to the ABVP, such students should be given a one-day opportunity to finish their registration.
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Mandaviya responded positively to the six issues mentioned by the delegation at the discussion about the extension of the test date, according to an ABVP announcement.
The student organization hoped that an official statement about the NEET PG exam schedule extension will be made shortly.
“In front of the Hon’ble Union Minister, our delegation principally put out six crucial points.”
Officials admitted that it is a big issue that requires attention. After the discussion, ABVP Nationa General Secretary Nidhi Tripathi stated, “We are certain that these points would pave the road for the decision and the students will be relieved.”
The health ministry, on the other hand, has yet to make a declaration about the potential of a NEET PG 2022 date extension.
The NEET postgraduate test 2022 is due to take place on May 21.
Aspirants have been requesting a 4- to 8-week extension in the dates, claiming that they do not have enough time to study since the NEET PG 2021 counselling and exam conflict.
A petition filed by NEET applicants seeking a delay of the exam was denied by the Supreme Court last week. The court dismissed the request, stating that any further extensions would result in a shortage of doctors and have a negative impact on patient care.
According to the court, extending the exam date will cause confusion and uncertainty for a significant number of students who had enrolled for the exam.