Plea urges SC to take suo motu cognisance of pupil not allowed to seem in NEET as he was 10 minutes late

NEW DELHI: A petition has been filed earlier than the Supreme Courtroom to take suo motu cognisance of a information report about “a pupil who wasn’t allowed to seem in NEET, regardless of travelling about 700 km to succeed in the examination centre, as he was 10 minutes late.”

The petitioner-cum-lawyer, Shashwat Anand, in his petition, sought laying down of sure tips for meals, lodging, water and transportation for these college students who missed out such examinations.

Anand additionally mentioned that the authorities involved ought to conduct the examinations for these college students who sadly weren’t capable of sit for the NEET or JEE.

The petition is more likely to come up for listening to inside every week or so.

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