Minority-run educational institutions cannot exempt NEET – Supreme Court

Minority-run educational institutions cannot exempt NEET - Supreme Court
Minority-run educational institutions cannot exempt NEET - Supreme Court

In 2010, the federal government announced the NEET. The NEET election has been made compulsory since 2013 despite various protests. In 2010, several minority educational institutes sued the respective State High Court against the declaration. The Central Government and the Medical Council of India have demanded that all these cases be transferred to the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India

All these cases were transferred to the Supreme Court in 2012. Despite various hearings in these cases, the Supreme Court held that there was no change in the conduct of NEET. In this case, the offer was re-examined today.

The Supreme Court said in a lawsuit filed on behalf of minorities, including Vellore CMC, that the NEET option was not a violation of the rights of minority educational institutions. It also ordered that minority-run educational institutions cannot be exempted from NEET. There should be medical education and quality to improve the welfare of the nation. There should be no compromise on quality education. Nietzsche has announced the closure of all petitions for the NEED, calling it a compulsory requirement to prevent medical school from becoming a business.