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Delhi High Court Grants One-Time Exemption to NEET ‘Unqualified’ as well as ‘Non-Appeared’ C

Recently, the Delhi High Court (HC) had made an announcement that the candidates who did not qualify or appear in the NEET this year are eligible to enroll to study MBBS Abroad. This good news has been a major relief for those candidates who did not qualify or appear in NEET in 2018.

The High Court granted one-time exemption to all medical aspirants who are willing to study MBBS Abroad.

While passing the judgement, the Delhi high court has asked the MCI to issue eligibility certificate (EC) to these medical aspirants within a week. The court observed, “This court hereby declares that the petitioners are entitled to the same treatment as was given to those who did not appear in NEET; as a one- time measure, the respondents are directed to ensure that eligibility certificates are issued to all students who appeared in NEET (including the petitioners) but did not qualify the test.”

“This is a major relief for me as I was depressed on the thought of wasting one year to enroll in a medical college. The High Court has paved way for many students like me who are good in studies but could not qualify NEET because of the pressure to perform in boards. I now have the option to enroll in an overseas college where the fees will be much lower and career prospects will be higher,” said an MBBS aspirant Kavya Shekhar.

On February’18, the proposal was made to the MCI to make it compulsory to clear NEET to obtain an eligibility certificate to pursue MBBS Abroad. This proposal was proposed by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. This announcement became the main drawback for various medical students.

As per the Delhi High Court Guidelines, students who did not register or qualify for NEET this year, they have been provided with one-time exemption. The medical aspirants can now fulfill their dream of becoming a doctor.

This is a welcome step from the Delhi High Court to make sure about the uniformity and equality towards the medical students. This is the last chance for all medical students to seek admissions in top Medical Universities in Abroad of their choices at affordable fee structure. The admissions are closing soon and it is recommended that the students choose organizations with experience and single window clearance rather than running from pillar to post in search of best bargains which may not materialize. The students and parents are also advised not to become victims of fake consultancies because of short period of time.

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