The Supreme Court had requested that the board pronounce the outcomes before June 26.

A representative for the Central Board of Secondary Education said the consequences of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test will be pronounced on Friday “forenoon”, without determining a period.

The results, which will be posted on results.nic.in, were required to be declared on Tuesday after a misunderstanding on the official site. CBSE had discharged the appropriate response keys of the test following a June 12 Supreme Court arrange, which had requested that the board pronounce the outcomes before June 26. The seat had remained a Madras High Court judgment that had asked CBSE to not announce the outcomes.

The exam for admission to undergraduate medical and dentistry courses in India was hung on May 7. Upwards of 11,38,890 applicants had shown up for Neet 2017, including 1,522 Non-Resident Indians and 613 outsiders.

A prior warning had said the results would be pronounced on June 8.

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