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NEET students get HC relief; can submit papers by July 12

The Directorate of Technical Education has invited those students who could not submit their documents for NEET on time to do so before July 12.

11th July 2017, 10:29 Hrs
the goan I networkrPANAJIrrThe notice comes after the Bombay High Court directed Goa government and other respondents to consider the applications of such students who have applied after the cut off date seeking admissions in MBBS, BDS and other professional courses. rThe notice issued by the Directorate of Technical Education, asked applicants who have submitted Form B2 after May 26, 2017 to submit copies of their NEET-2017 results, Std XIIth result, as well as all other relevant documents applicable by July 12, 2017. r“Applicants who have not submitted GCET-2017 application Form A earlier, and have submitted Form B2 late, without remitting an application fee of Rs 1500, payable vide Demand Draft, at Panaji, drawn on any Scheduled bank, in the name of ‘Director of Technical Education may do the needful by July 12, 2017. Late Form B2 applications, received in this Directorate, shall be considered in the provisional eligibility and merit lists, and accordingly, admissions scheduled to be conducted on July 14, 2017 shall be subject to directives to be issued by the High Court in the matter,” the notice reads. rThe High court has also directed the directorate to prepare a provisional merit list considering the eligibility of the petitioner 35 students.