The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a plea seeking direction to the Central government to provide 'centre change option' for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 for post graduate (PG) courses and to postpone NEET till the option is allowed..A Bench headed by Justice UU Lalit declined to entertain the plea which highlighted how students from Kerala would have to travel all the way to Delhi to write the exam."The notification gave an option to students who were becoming eligible in June 2021, but we do not have this option for students eligible in March. Now people will have to travel all the way from Kerala to Delhi," said Senior Advocate Meenakshi Arora appearing for the petitioners..The Bench, however, said that there are no restrictions on travel and flights are also operating normally."There are no restrictions now as such. If you go to any airport these days, all flight are booked. People are travelling from Delhi to Madras, Delhi to Kochi," the Court remarked."Fights to and from Kerala are operating and the severity of the pandemic is still not the same as in April and May. You are right, there are numbers in Kerala but life is going on," Justice Lalit added before dismissing the plea.Story to be updated.