NEET UG 2024 LIVE: Supreme Court says it’s clear paper leak happened, next hearing on July 11

The latest live updates on NEET UG 2024: On Monday, the Supreme Court began considering the batch of petitions that were related to the National Eligibility and Empirical Test (NEET) undergraduate test that was carried out this year. In the midst of allegations of paper leaks, the highest court in the land is currently reviewing petitions about the alleged irregularities that occurred during

The NEET UG 2024 examination, as well as the directive to perform the medical entrance examination once more. According to a report by PTI, a bench that would hear 38 petitions against the NEET-UG examination will be comprised of Chief Justice D. Y. Chandrachud, Justices J. B. Pardiwala and Manoj Misra all working together.

Recently, the Central Board of Secondary Education (Centra) and the National Testing Agency (NTA), which are responsible for administering the National Eligibility and Eligibility Test (NEET) examination, informed the Supreme Court that eliminating the examination would be “counterproductive” and “seriously jeopardize” lakhs of candidates who are honest. This was stated in the absence of any evidence of a widespread breach of confidentiality.

Ten days ahead of schedule, on June 4, the results of the NEET UG 2024 examination were announced. The examination was held on May 5 across hundreds of centers in India, and it was announced that the results were announced on June 4. In this year’s medical examination, the National Testing Agency (NTA) granted full marks to a large number of pupils, with 67 students achieving the highest possible score.

This sparked protests and echoes of a re-test of the National Eligibility and Eligibility Test (NEET) by students and organizations, citing flaws in the marking system employed by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The majority of the toppers and high-scorers were affiliated with a single region or examination center, according to a number of students who claimed that there was a paper leak at many centers.

The grace marks that were issued to 1,563 candidates were canceled, according to the Centre and the NTA, which informed the court on June 13. They were given the choice to either retake the test or forego the compensatory marks that were offered for the extended amount of time that they had lost.

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