Sympathy not enough to grant relief, will open floodgates: Madras High Court declines to extend date to complete internship mandatory for NEET PG

"Sympathy by itself cannot be a ground for issuing any positive directions, more particularly, when it comes to education," the Court said.
Justice Anand Venkatesh, Madras High Court
Justice Anand Venkatesh, Madras High Court

Sympathy alone is not enough to issue positive directions, observed the Madras High Court on Monday while declining to grant relief to a medical student who sought an extension of the cut-off date to complete a medical internship mandatory to write the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for Post Graduate (PG) medical admissions, 2021 (GA Vishwajeet v. Union of India and ors).

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