Rashmi Ranjan

The demand for the postponement of NEET PG 2023 examination is growing louder across the country with aspirants along with doctors launching various online campaigns on various social media platforms to press for their demand.

On Tuesday, a group of doctors, including NEET-PG aspirants hold a protest at Jantar Mantar Road in New Delhi demanding postponement of the entrance test which is set to be held in early March.

The aspirants have been demanding postponement of the exam by two to three weeks which will cut down the time gap between result declaration and counselling process.

While the NEET PG 2023 exam is scheduled on March 5, the result is expected to be out by around March 31. The counselling process will begin in July 2023.

Demanding postponement of the examination, a candidate wrote, “Even the Tentative Schedule which was given by NMC @NMC_IND had mentioned that NEET PG course of 2023 will begin from July of 2023, then why in such a haste of conducting the exam on March? #NEETPG2023 #PostponeNEETPG2023 @OfficeOf_MM @mansukhmandviya @MoHFW_INDIA @PMOIndia”

“Our demands are genuine, u don’t understand how stressful next 6 months will be for us. @ianilradadiya @mansukhmandviya @DrBharatippawar @MoHFW_INDIA @NMC_IND pls #PostponeNEETPG2023 #NEETPG2023,” another user commented.

“Guys keep on calling these numbers and respectfully request for #PostponeNEETPG2023 #NEETPG2023,” a third user wrote urging others to support for the NEET PG 2023 postponement. 

Meanwhile, there has been no official update whether the demand of the students will be met or not.