A decision on NEET PG is expected soon after a meeting between FAIMA Chairperson and the Ministry of Health!! Candidates are getting little bit confusion in the NEET PG 2021 Counselling so they are unable to concentrate the NEET PG Examination, So candidates who are applied demand to postpone the examination. A decision on NEET PG is expected soon after a meeting between FAIMA Chairperson and the Ministry of Health. Details below.
On Tuesday, a meeting with officials from the health ministry and members of the All India Medical Association (FAIMA) was held to discuss the growing demand to postpone the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Postgraduate (NEET) PG 2022.
While medical students have requested an 8-10 week postponement, it is likely that the exam will be postponed until June, offering candidates a 4-5 week extension. The exam will take place on May 21. It is believed that an official announcement will be made soon.
The FAIMA chairman took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce the meeting’s details. The chairman stated that a final decision on whether or not to hold the NEET PG exam on the planned day will be made soon.
Dr Manish Prabhakar Tweets:
Meeting of all health ministry officials was done today & they discussed each & every point with all facts & figures, & final decision will be taken hopefully tomorrow by Health Minister.
The meeting’s announcement comes amid increasing pressure from doctors and MBBS graduates to postpone the NEET PG exams. Following a letter to the Ministry of Health, an online petition, and a weeks-long online protest, some doctors took to Twitter with hashtags like #PostponeNEETPGModiji to demand that the exam be postponed.
With only a few weeks to the exam, candidates are pleading with the authorities to postpone the exam date. Due to the delay in the NEET PG 2021 counselling procedure, these hopefuls have demanded that the exam be postponed. A group of applicants had previously written to President Ram NathKovind, requesting that the tests be postponed.
AIMSA recently wrote to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, seeking that the NEET PG 2022 be postponed by 8 to 10 weeks. “Students who are left without seats but did not register because they were too preoccupied with counselling or who lost their seats due to mop-up cancellation will need time to prepare as well as register for the exam.” Allowing them time to adapt and pushing them into the current schedule can be confusing,” the medical students’ body wrote.
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