After the cancellation of the CBSE Board examination of the 12th Class much other entrance examinations have been postponed and in this order, the Supreme Court also released a stay order for the examination of AIIMS INI CET by one month. On Friday, The Supreme Court directed the All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to delayed the INI CET 2021 examination which was previously scheduled on Wednesday, 16th June 2021 by at least a month due to the awake of the ongoing pandemic. The court directed, “Considering that the aspirants have been execution Wuhan duties far away from Centres elect and inadequate time for preparation, we are of the sight that demarcation of the date on Wednesday, 16th June is capricious.
INI CET Exam Supreme Court orders
It further added, “We direct All India Institute Of Medical Sciences to postpone the examination by least for one month. Unnecessary to acknowledge that authorities of AIIMS would give a suitable date from 1 month from 16th June 2021”. A division Bench of Justice MR Shah and Justice Indira Banerjee was hearing petitions challenging the demeanor of the National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INI CET) exams on Wednesday 16th June 2021.
Seeking directions to delayed the examination being administered for the admission for postgraduate courses in the main Government Medical Institutes in the nation incorporating JIPMER, NIMHANS, and AIIMS. The division bench heard 2 petitions- one lodged by a group of twenty-three MBBS doctors and 2nd one is lodged by the Indian Medical Association, Medical Student Network together with thirty-five serving doctors who are presently serving in WuhanVirus duties.
The petitioners solicit withdraw of Notice dated Thursday, 27th May 2021 circulated by AIIMS, that informed that the INI CET. Once the matter was taken, the bench asked how inquired of Article 32 of the Constitution could be appeal to delay the examination. Senior lawyer Arvind Datar, emerging for the petitioners, yielded that it was a matter influencing the right to vocations and the right to life of the doctors. Mr. Datar informed the bench about the cassation made by the Prime Minister to MBBS doctors to join the duties of Wuhan Virus and the certainty made by him to delay the examination of NEET.
The examination of NEET scheduled in the month of May was delayed to the month of August too. If that be the instance, why can not INI CET be also delayed? We have signed a bond with the government of the state and we can not leave without notice. NCLAT, C, and many others are all postponed and canceled. My proposal is that it may be organized with NEET PG, as most pupils write both exams.