In response to the latest ruling, the CBSE has told the apex court that it would declare the NEET results by June 26.
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A vacation bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice Deepak Gupta will hear the case after on the request of Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh who wanted the Supreme Court to attend the issue on an urgent basis. Almost 12 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.
There are said to be about 5,000 vacancies in subordinate courts and numerous recruited judges end up being posted in higher courts.
"On one ground we are inclined to stay the high court's order".
The court, however, said declaration of result, subsequent counseling and admission will be subject to its decision on the matter pending before it.
The CBSE had on Friday moved the Supreme Court seeking an immediate stay on the Madras high court order restraining the publication of results of NEET 2017 for admission to MBBS and BDS courses across the country.
As many as nine lakh students took NEET in English, one and half lakh in Hindi and another one lakh in other vernacular languages.
On the direction of the apex court, the NEET was conducted on various languages in the country.
He had also sought transfer of petitions from various high courts to the apex court which concerns the NEET for the academic year 2017-18. In its counter-affidavit, CBSE had rejected the contention that question papers in vernacular languages such as Gujarati were easier to attempt than the ones in English.
They had also demanded a common question paper with several translations.
In their writ petition, a group of nine students from Madurai had asked the court to direct the Centre to cancel the test, claiming that the different question papers would lead to discrimination against students.