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SC Allows NEET On October 14 For Students Who Missed Exam Due To COVID

A bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde, while allowing students to appear for the NEET exams on October 14, said that the results will be declared on October 16.

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Supreme Court Allows COVID Positive Aspirant To Take CLAT Exam In Isolation

The CLAT aspirant, a resident of Madhya Pradesh, had filed an application seeking a direction for providing an isolation room for himself in the exam centre of CLAT office to appear in the exam scheduled to take place on September 28.

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Supreme Court Refuses To Entertain Fresh Pleas To Postpone NEET Exam

A fresh batch of petitions had been filed before the top court seeking to postpone NEET 2020 examination scheduled to be held on September 13 in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maharashtra, Delhi Refuse To Conduct Final Term Exams; SC Grants UGC Time To Respond

A bench of the apex court, headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan, granted time to Mehta to file a response to the affidavits filed by Maharashtra and Delhi.

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CA Exams Postponed To November 2020: ICAI Tells Supreme Court

Ramji Srinivasan, the lawyer appearing for the ICAI, submitted before the apex court bench that the institute had decided not to hold the CA examinations this semester and added that it is likely to postpone the same till November 2020.

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Two More Arrested In Connection With Gargi College Incident

With these arrests on Tuesday, the total number of arrests made by the police in the incident has reached 17.

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SC Cites Disha Case During Gargi College Mass Molestation Hearing

Sharma expressed apprehension that electronic evidence related to the case might be destroyed.

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SC Refuses Reservation For Maratha Students In UG, PG Medical Courses

Supreme Court refused to consider a petition challenging an Ordinance granting 16 percent quota to Maratha students in admission to Post-Graduate medical and dental courses this year in Maharashtra.

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Supreme Court Refuses To Extend Counselling Deadline For PG Medical Seats

The Supreme Court Friday refused to extend the schedule of counselling for filling up as many as 603 vacant seats in post-graduate medical and dental courses in deemed universities and private colleges.

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"Streamline Entire Education System": Supreme Court To State, Central Government

"Why don't you streamline the entire education system? Why this tension and stress to the students? Why all these litigations," the bench said.

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