The Supreme Court has paved the way for the declaration of results of 16 lakh students who appeared for the Neat-UG exam. The court imposed stay on the orders issued by the Bombay High Court imposing stay on the release of results of the two candidates.
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The Supreme Court of India has recently paved the way for the National Testing Agency (NTA) to announce the Neat UG results by imposing a stay on the Bombay High Court order. Let us inform you that the Bombay High Court recently directed the NTA to conduct re-examination for two graduate medical candidates. The Bombay High Court has ordered that two students, Vaishnavi Bhupali and Abhishek Shivaji, be given a neat test for allegedly giving question papers and answer sheets with false serial numbers. The Center then approached the Supreme Court on the orders of the Bombay HC, stating that the NTA could not declare the results even though the result was ready. The central government has said in its appeal that the delay in NEET results will have an impact on undergraduate medical admissions.