CBSE NEET Result 2017: From begining to latest - Timeline of events

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CBSE NEET Result 2017: From begining to latest - Timeline
CBSE NEET Result 2017: From begining to latest - Timeline

New Delhi : The Supreme Court of India on Monday morning asked Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to announce the result of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) by putting a stay on the Madras High Court order restraining publication of results.

Timeline from starting till now:

12 June 2017: Supreme Court asked CBSE to release the results by staying Madras High Court order.

9 June 2017: Supreme Court agreed to hear CBSE's plea against stay on NEET results on June 12. 

7 June 2017: Reports suggested that CBSE will not be declaring the result on proposed date - June 8.

4 June 2017: A fresh petition was filed in Madras High Court to cancel the NEET exam.

25 May 2017: Supreme Court ruled out petition to cancel the examination completely.

24 May 2017: Madras High Court in its interim order stayed the publication of the NEET results and directed officials of the Medical Council of India, the CBSE director and the Union health ministry to file their counter affidavits.

8 May 2017: West Bengal Education Minister alleged that exam papers were difficult for the students of their state.

7 May 2017: Controversy regarding the examination hall checking. There were reports that students were asked to remove their innerwears before sitting for the exam.

31 March 2017: Last date to fill application form announced as April 5.

1 Feb 2017: Number of attempts for students in exam and the new age limits were announced.

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