Medicos to wear black ribbons on Monday to protest delay in declaration of NEET-PG results

Postgraduate medical aspirants from across the country are expected to take out a rally wearing black ribbons and even go on hunger strikes on Monday to protest the delay in declaration of the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Post Graduate (NEET-PG).
Results of the NEET-PG exam, which was conducted between November 23 and December 6, have been pending since the exam has been challenged in the Supreme Court by a number of private medical colleges.
Over 1.20 lakh medicos who had completed their MBBS appeared in the entrance test for admission in the PG medical seats. There are about 5,000 PG seats in medical colleges across the country.
“It has been over five months but the result has not been declared. This has resulted in tremendous mental stress on the medicos,” said Dr Shakeel Vadaliwala, president of the national body formed by the medicos to press for early declaration of the NEET-PG result.

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