NBE releases NEET MDS 2022 admit card; Aspirants demand postponement

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on Apr 27, 2022 17:01 IST

While the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the NEET MDS 2022 admit card, the aspirants are still demanding to postpone the examination.

NBE releases NEET MDS 2022 admit card; Aspirants demand postponement

NEET MDS 2022 is all set to be conducted on May 2, 2022, and the aspirants are demanding the exam postponement. The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the NEET MDS 2022 admit card for registered candidates but the candidates still demanding the deferment of the exam date.

NEET MDS 2022 aspirants are anxious, demand to postpone the exam

The aspirants have been demanding to postpone the examination on the social media platform, here are a few related tweets:

"#NEETMDS2022 exam is in 4 days. Students are very anxious, in dilemma and under immense stress."

"Replying to @HarshBisaria and @mansukhmandviya Can you answer my question... Is it only #NEETPG2022 no views on #neetmds. At least there should not be any bias. #needmds need to be #Deferred #DeferNEETMDS2022"

All India Dental Student Association/DENTODONTICS tweet reads, "We're standing for #NEETPG and #NEETMDS Aspirants. If injustice is happening to one group, then it's happening to all. Please Be Justful to All Sir."

Issues of NEET MDS 2022 aspirants

As per the letter circulating on Twitter, the issues of NEET MDS 2022 aspirants are -

  • The final year result of many interns from different states got delayed due to the pandemic, many interns were put on Covid duty thus, completing their internship late rendering them ineligible as the eligibility deadline is set for July 31.
  • Last year NEET 2021 was held way earlier than NEET PG 2021, we were made to sit at home for 9 months because of the policy of common counselling between NEET PG and NEET MDS.
  • The last NEET MDS 2021 counselling in Karnataka ended in February. And now the exam is on Monday, May 2. It would not be feasible to accommodate 2 batches so close to each other.

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