Last updated on October 30th, 2018 at 11:04 am
The Judgement on the Supreme Court Case No. SLP(C) No. 015092/ 2018 (For NEET Upper Age Limit) and SLP(C) No. 21720/2018 (for NIOS Eligibility) on 11 Sept 2019 in Court-6 is now available. A large number of students are waiting for the SC Decision on NIOS Eligibility and the NEET 2019 Upper Age Limit.
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Updated News SC NEET Age Limit, NIOS, Additional Bio Subject
Message from Dr. Amit Gupta Sir
In the Facebook Message of AG Sir, following updates was made in response to the NEET-UG Upper Age Limit, NIOS Eligibility and Additional Bio Subject.
I am hinting you something more on our plan of action:-
*NIOS & Additional Biology regular Candidates should stay eligible in #NEET2019 & onwards
For Age Limit issue, we have proposed an alternative solution for candidates (details of which can not be disclosed here)
*There is #No_Guarantee that all/any of our proposals gets accepted
If nothing works then we will fight back through Judiciary
*There is No reason to worry for NIOS & Additional Biology Candidates
*For Private & 25+ candidates, let’s keep our fingers crossed till NEET bulletin is released.
Meanwhile, Everyone should keep calm and focus on their studies
Some other candidate wrote this —
After Diwali vacation our case would be listed, and probably that would be last hearing, and application form cutoff date would be 31st Nov. Friends, I can understand mental agony level but pls keep patience. If the court will remove upper age everyone going to appear in NEET-UG even after expiry of cut off date.
Remember, last year after court verdict NEET-UG 2017 application window was opened even after expiry of cut off date. We are trying for best. Just keep studying. Sometimes, everything not proceeds according to your wish. Also, got news about some changes in eligibility criteria…..but waiting for any official confirmation. I just performed whatever adviced by MCI’s committee members. and believe me I’m only trying to remove upper age limit completely without any term and conditions…Rest depends on MCI and Govt.
_Thanks for cooperate_
Upper Age Limit Supreme Court Case
The Petitioner filed a diary (case) for UPPER AGE LIMIT NEET (UG) Eligibility on 25-05-2018 12:04 PM. The document was verified on 30 May 2018 and finally, the court accepted the case on 4 June 2018.
The petitioner including “Geetika Chauhan” and other 54 other petitioners has filed a writ against the MCI/ CBSE NEET Upper Age Eligibility.
SC Judgement on Age Limit: “The Supreme court is asking for the last 5 year’s medical admission data within 2 weeks”. Next hearing of the case will be in 2 weeks.
#NEET age matter in SC..judges heard the petitioners side, Mr Kapil Sibal appeared for arguments. Judges ruled out the logic of unfair competition because of age. Next hearing after 2 weeks..hope & pray for best ?
— RICHA SHARMA (@activeindian07) September 11, 2018
In the previous Judgement by the Delhi High Court case number “WPC-1906-2018”, the Judge Sanjiv Khanna and Chander Shekhar said that
National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) examination is due to take place on 06.05.2018, it is directed that admit cards will be issued to the candidates who have been disqualified on the ground of overage and on account of having studied in the open school (NIOS) and meet the other eligibility criteria. They will be allowed to appear in the examination.
However, result of candidates who have been issued admit cards pursuant to the interim order passed by this Court would not be declared without leave of the Court. This interim order/direction would not create any equity or any legal right. This interim order would abide by
Now, the case hearing is in the Hon’ble Supreme Court. The Justice S.A. Bobde and Hon’ble Mr Justice L.Nageshwara Rao will b hearing the case today. Many students are waiting for the SC Decision on Upper Age Limit case (11 Sept 2018). Dr Amit Gupta a doctor by profession and activist for the NEET student is also fighting for the medical aspirant’s cause.
The respondent to this case are – Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, MCI, CBE and other 132 Respondents.
NIOS Eligibility case (Supreme Court) Judgement
After the Delhi High Court Judgement that NIOS students are eligible to sit for NEET (UG) 2018 and are eligible to apply for NTA NEET 2019, the Medical Council of India has filed a case in Hon’ble Supreme Court on 23 July 2018.
The case number SLP(C) No. 021720 – / 2018 was registered on 9 August 2018 in the Supreme Court.
The NIOS Eligibility case is in the Cause list of 11 Sept 2018 in court number 6. The hearing of this case will begin today at 12 Noon (approx).
As per the Medical Council of India, the Open School students are not eligible to appear in National Eligiblity cum Entrance Test (NEET).
This is the first time that NIOS Eligibility case will be heard in Supreme Court. The first petition for the NIOS Eligibility was filed in 31-05-2007 with care/ order number LPA-2033-2006 and Judge were Sanjiv Khanna and Chander Shekhar.
Following are the case/ order number for NIOS Eligibility – W.P.(C) No.1813/2018 & CM No.7432/2018, WPC) No.2119/2018 &
CM Nos.8802-03/2018, WP(C) No.2523/2018, WP(C) No.1982/2018 & CM No.8165/2018, WP(C) No.2055/2018 & CM No.8466/2018, WP(C) No.1906/2018 & CM Nos.7938/2018, 14524/2018,WP(C) No.1916/2018 & CM No.7969/2018, WP(C) No.1917/2018 & CM
Nos.7971/2018 & 14523/2018, WP(C) No.1970/2018 & CM No.8109/2018.