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The High Court on Wednesday, 30 Dec 2011 issued a stay on the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission into medical colleges in the state and cleared the way for the Eamcet 2012 examination.
The High Court issued the order on a petition filed by Indian Medical Association member Dr. N. Appa Rao and four students seeking exemption of AP students from having to sit for the NEET examination rather than Eamcet. The petitioners stated that students from the state would stand to lose medical college seats due to the national-level examination as seats were not allotted to students from AP in medical colleges in other states. They appealed that NEET would violate Article 371 (D) of the Constitution. They also wanted the court to direct the state government to clear the confusion over Eamcet 2012. Health minister D. L. Ravindra Reddy welcomed the stay and stated that Eamcet 2012 will be held as per schedule and students can continue their preparations without any doubts. The state government had planned to file a petition in the High Court in connection with the Centre’s decision to conduct NEET but delayed it for unknown reasons. The High Courts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka have already stayed NEET in those states.
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