The central government today raised concerns before the Supreme Court about holding the NEET in two phases, as well as phase 1 being in only two languages..Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi mentioned the matter before the Bench presided by Justice Anil R Dave and sought for an urgent hearing today..Rohatgi said that the first phase of the exam, which is the AIPMT, will be held only in 2 languages – English and Hindi. He said that this might inconvenience students who are not proficient in English, and from non-Hindi States. He also made a suggestion that the state exams should not be scrapped..“It might amount to discrimination. Those states which are holding state exams should be allowed to continue with the same”, he suggested..Regarding holding NEET in two phases, Rohatgi and other lawyers expressed concerns that some students might get very little time to prepare..“I am told on Thursday to sit for an exam on Sunday. Give me some breathing time. I would suggest that all students be allowed to take phase 2”, said the AG..Senior Advocate Jayant Bhushan also made a similar argument..“There might be students who filled up the AIPMT form but were seriously preparing only for the state exam. Now they cannot write the State exam but can give only phase 1 exam which is AIPMT”, said Bhushan..The Attorney General then requested Justice Dave to constitute a Bench quickly, preferably by 3 pm, so that the confusion could be sorted out. Justice Dave said that he will consult the Chief Justice and inform the parties.