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Rajasthan High Court puts break to NEET Mopup round

A single bench of Rajasthan”s Jaipur High court puts a break to NEET Mopup round when Rishit Rao filed a petition. Rishit Rao quotes

We have said that ideally the second round should have been offline. This deprived many needy students of getting the medical colleges of their choice even in the second round itself. And finally, nearly 705 seats remained vacant out of which 386 seats were of government medical colleges, 213 were of management quota and 106 were of NRI quota.
In simple words; He says that even after second round allotment results 705 seats were still vacant. Its because most of the students with better scores kept upgrading their college.
Because of these seats get blocked and the candidates with a borderline score have to suffer.
He also added that 2nd round of counseling was supposed to be offline but instead the results were published online. Because of these irregularities, 700+ MBBS seats were vacant in mopup round. Therefore after reviewing this petition Hon” high court stays the mop-up round till 18th August.
Earlier, following protests from candidates and their parents alleging irregularities, the mop up round held on August 11 and August 12 for admissions in MBBS course at Sawai Man Singh Medical College was canceled on Wednesday. Back then, the medical education department had issued new dates for the mop-up round.


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