NEET 2024 rigged? IMA Junior Doctors Network demands re-examination with CBI probe

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The result of NEET i.e. National Eligibility Entrance Test 2024 has put students across the country in a dilemma. Students and their parents across the country are protesting whether the result should be canceled or NEET should be conducted again. 67 students on All India Rank, 6 toppers from the same center, grace marks and before that paper leak… Questions are being raised on the National Testing Agency (NTA) regarding the matter. Meanwhile, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Junior Doctors Network has demanded a CBI inquiry into the alleged irregularities in NEET 2024. Along with this, they have also requested to conduct the examination again to ensure a fair and transparent evaluation process for all the students. At the same time, the political temperature is also rising in this matter. Congress has demanded an inquiry into the allegations of rigging in the NEET exam under the supervision of the Supreme Court.

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IMA Junior Doctors Network issued a letter

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (National Eligibility Criteria The matter of NEET-UG 2024 has now reached the Supreme Court. A group of candidates has filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding a fresh NEET-UG 2024 examination. This exam was conducted on 5 May. The petition alleges that there was rigging in the NEET exam held on 5 May. Now the IMA Junior Doctors Network has responded in this matter. They allege that there has been rigging in the NEET 2024 exam. They say that there should be a CBI inquiry into this matter and the exam should be conducted again to ensure a uniform and transparent evaluation process for all the students.

Student commits suicide after NEET result

There has been continuous anger among the students since the NEET-UG results were declared. Protests took place at many places. A day after the results, an 18-year-old girl committed suicide in Kota, Rajasthan. It is being told that she took a horrific step by allegedly jumping from the ninth floor of a building. A day before this incident, the National Examination Agency (NTA) had declared the results of NEET-UG in which the girl had scored 320 out of 720 marks. Police said that the girl was reportedly very upset due to her poor performance in NEET. She had been preparing for NEET-UG for three years.

Congress said- there was rigging in NEET-UG, there should be an investigation

Congress has raised doubts over the conduct of medical entrance exam NEET-UG and its results and has demanded an investigation alleging rigging in it. Congress has raised the question that how did 67 toppers get full 720 marks out of 720 in NEET exam. When every question in the exam was of 4 marks, how did the students get 718-719 marks. Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said, 'The investigation of NEET-UG should be done under the supervision of the Supreme Court, so that talented students can get justice. … Paper leak, rigging and corruption have become an integral part of many exams including NEET. The direct responsibility for this lies with the Modi government. Candidates getting trapped in the labyrinth of paper leak are playing with their future.'

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NSUI-AISA protest, made this demand regarding NTA

Congress's National Student Unit (NSUI) has raised questions about NEET. NSUI's national in-charge Kanhaiya Kumar said, students are committing suicide. Even after scoring 600 marks today, students are confused whether they will get a seat or not. This NEET scam of NTA should be investigated by the highest judicial authorities and the affected students should get proper justice. Even if the exam has to be conducted again. Apart from this, the leftist organization-All India Students Association (AISA) will also demand the abolition of the National Testing Agency in front of the Ministry of Education on June 10.

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Many students are under stress due to protest against the result

Many students who have got good results are worried that they may have to struggle to take the exam again. If the exam is held again, then apart from hard work, students will also have to go through mental stress. However, there have been protests in different cities regarding the NEET result. Protests took place in many cities including Kanpur, Lucknow, Noida. Protests are also going to take place in Delhi in the coming days.

What NTA officials say

However, NTA officials have denied the allegations of paper leak. On grace marks, NTA says that some students from Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Chhattisgarh had filed a petition in the High Court regarding the waste of time, after which grace marks were given. On the question of 67 students in the top rank, NTA says that this time the paper was easy. NEET entrance was held last month, for which 23 lakh students had registered.

Calcutta High Court sought response from NTA

The Calcutta High Court has sought a response from the exam conducting agency NTA on a petition alleging irregularities in the conduct of NEET-UG. A division bench of Justice Apurva Sinha Ray and Justice Kaushik Chanda on Friday asked the NTA to file a response within 10 days. The petitioner has said that 718 or 719 marks out of 720 cannot be obtained.

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