On Tuesday the Supreme Court had pulled up the Central Government along with the National Board of Examinations under the observation that the changes in the National Eligibility- cum- Entrance Test: Super Specialty (NEET-SS) year 2021’s pattern happened to be so to ensure that the seats in the private medical colleges were not just simply vacant.
The Supreme Court had also declared in its earlier observations that the changes that came around have prejudiced the students undergoing preparation for multiple years. The bench was also in the observation that there was a widespread impression this had been done only with the intention of ensuring the filling up of vacancies. Seats are apparently never vacant in government colleges. The bench had begun to observe that the entire haste is normally for filling the vacant seats.
The ASG had also submitted that the changes that were made are not made only to fill up seats but also to keep in hindsight the larger public’s interests. It was also said that the changes brought about greater ease for the students, and this caused them no prejudice, as they were going to be tested based on the super speciality subjects that they wished to study.