NEET PG 2021: Supreme Court reprimanded for 1450 seats remaining vacant, said- it is playing with the future of doctors

Posted on 9th Jun 2022 04:10 pm by rohit kumar

Supreme Court on NEET PG 2021 Counseling: Despite the completion of all rounds of counseling of NEET PG 2021, about 1450 seats are vacant this year in post-graduate medical courses. The Supreme Court has expressed deep concern about this. The top court has termed it as playing with the future of doctors and their lives. The Supreme Court has called for a response from the Central Government and the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) regarding the matter. The Supreme Court has asked the government and MCC in a strict tone what will you get by keeping the seats vacant?


The Center should answer, why these seats were not filled?


A bench of Justices MR Shah and Aniruddha Bose on Wednesday, while hearing a petition expressing concern over 1,450 postgraduate medical seats vacant this year despite a shortage of medical professionals in the country, asked the Center to rest with the future of doctors. are playing. The court also directed the central government and the MCC to file a counter-affidavit.


The court has asked why these seats were not filled by conducting additional mop-up counseling rounds. The court was hearing a petition filed by seven doctors, seeking a special round of counseling for 1,456 medical PG seats lying vacant after the final mop-up counseling round for NEET-PG 2021-22 ended on May 7. was done.


If even a single seat is vacant, it should be filled


Along with this, taking a tough stand, the top court has also warned that it may consider ordering compensation to the government for playing with the lives and future of doctors. The bench said that if even a single seat is vacant, it should be filled and not allowed to go to waste... If students are not admitted, we are against you for playing with doctors' lives and their future We will order compensation.


Why are you waiting for the court order?


The top court also expressed displeasure over the lack of representation from the central government at the hearing. When you need so many doctors and supreme experts, what will you get by keeping the seats vacant, the bench said. You should have held another mop-up round, the bench said. Have you felt any responsibility?


The bench said in a stern tone that every time the court has to intervene. Why are you waiting for the court order? This is a serious matter related to the future of doctors. You are playing with their future while there is a shortage of doctors in our country.


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