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NEET Results 2017: The Supreme Court of India on Monday ordered the CBSE to release the Result of NEET 2017 National Eligibility and Entrance Test for the admission of Medical and Dental Colleges. The candidates who are waiting for the results can get relief from the NEET examination. More than million students have appeared for the examination.

The Central Board of Secondary education has sought immediate stay on 9th June on Madras High Court order to stop the declaring the results of NEET 2017. Read More: No test for Indian Medical Students who are getting Foreign MBBS

The high court’s interval arrange had gone ahead a group of requests asserting that a uniform question paper was not given and there was a tremendous distinction between the ones in English and in Tamil

The Supreme Court said the results, counselling and admissions would be contingent to its choice on matter pending before it. It additionally requested that high courts not engage petitions identifying with NEET.

Just about 1.2 million students showed up for the exam in different languages, including English and Hindi. Read More: UHM Banned 32 medical colleges from admitting students for a two years

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