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Plea Filed in Kerala High Court to Hold Medical Allotment
A plea has been filed in the High Court, Kerala on 30-June-2016 to hold the allotment of medical seats until the Supreme Court of India issues a final verdict on NEET. The CJI bench is supposed to consider the plea against NEET ordinance on 1-July-2016.
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Previously, the Supreme Court issued an ordinance to all the states to conduct BDS/MBBS admissions. The Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala has decided to go with the seat allotment process through KEAM rank list. Roja Srinivasan of Thrissur and Mahajabben of Malappuram have filed the petition against NEET ordinance.
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The Supreme Court of India issued an order making NEET mandatory on 11-April-2016. Later Central Government announced that the state boards will be out of NEET rule. The petitioners who filed the plea want the High Court of Kerala to direct CEE not to conduct BDS/MBBS allotment. The issue of NEET became a national wide issue in the last couple of months, where most of the state governments pleaded the Central government to cancel the NEET for the current academic year. However, most of the state governments gearing up for medical seat allotment for the academic year 2016-2017.
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