41 PG qualified doctors filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the arbitrary decision to change the syllabus.
New Delhi. The Supreme Court has now reprimanded the Central Government regarding the NEET PG Super Specialty Exam 2021. After changing the exam syllabus at the last minute, the Supreme Court on Monday said that young doctors should not be misunderstood as football in the game of power.
Actually, the syllabus of NEET PG Super Specialty Entrance Exam 2021 has been changed two months before the exam. According to Medical PG Qualified Doctors, the pattern in 2018 was 40% from General Medicine and 60% from Super Specialty whereas this time it was changed at the last minute. In this 100% questions were asked from General Medicine.
We cannot leave young doctors to insensitive bureaucrats
During the hearing, a bench of Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice BV Nagratna reprimanded the central government and said that in the game of power, these young doctors should not be considered as football. We cannot leave these doctors at the mercy of insensitive bureaucrats. The government should fix its house. Just because someone has power, you can’t use it to your liking. It is a question of the career of the students. You can no longer make last minute changes.
Justice Chandrachud asked the question that why not make changes from next year? After this, Justice DY Chandrachud said that the government should treat young doctors with sensitivity. What is the National Medical Commission (NMC) doing? You issue a notice and then change the pattern? Students start preparing for super specialty courses months in advance. Why is there a need to change the last minutes before the exam? Why can’t you go ahead with the changes from next year?’
Students had gone to court against the arbitrary decision
41 PG qualified doctors filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the arbitrary decision to change the syllabus. The Supreme Court, while hearing the case of these young doctors, reprimanded the Center and called for a meeting of the officers and asked for a reply by next Monday.