The delay in the mentoring and subsequent admission process for the NEET superspecialty courses (NEET-SS) is impacting patient care in India, India’s Federation of Resident Doctors’ Association (FORDA) said in a letter to the health minister of the United States. Union, Mansukh Mandaviya. † In the letter, the Association of Physicians has asked to expedite the counseling and admission process for NEET SS candidates.
NEET SS 2021 was to be held in July and the academic session was to begin in August. The exam was finally taken after much delay in January 2022, but the counseling process has yet to begin due to the upcoming Supreme Court hearing. Supreme court hears case regarding reservations for employed candidates of Tamil Nadu
“We would like to emphasize that the admissions for the current academic year have already been delayed by seven months and with the further postponement of a court hearing, there does not appear to be a postponement for candidates,” FORDA said in the letter.
“During multiple waves of Covid-19 pandemic, similar to broad specialized candidates, the training of current batches of super special candidates had also suffered and now, by not admitting the new batch, they are even overworked and exhausted,” the statement said. letter added.
“Any further delays in NEET-SS counseling 2021 and subsequent candidate admissions will ultimately impact the delivery of high-quality patient care,” FORDA said, urging the minister to take note of the situation and take the necessary measures. take to address this.
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