NEET: NTA took this step amidst the uproar, a new PIL will be filed in the Supreme Court

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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NEET UG 2024 Latest News in Hindi: Delhi High Court Well Notice has been issued to the National Testing Agency (NTA) on four new petitions related to (UG) examinations. The petitions have challenged the granting of grace marks and alleged paper leak in the NEET (UG) exam held on May 5. A vacation bench of Justice Neena Bansal Krishna has issued notice on the petitions and sought a reply from the NTA.

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On the petitions filed by students Adarsh ​​Raj Gupta, Keya Azad, Mohammed Florez and Anavadya V., Solicitor General (SG) Tushar Mehta told the court that several writ petitions have been filed in various courts including the Supreme Court regarding the examination. The issues raised in these petitions are divided into three parts, which are related to paper leak, discrepancy in questions and grace marks etc.

NTA is busy collecting NEET PILs

He further said that the NTA is in the process of filing a petition in the Supreme Court to bring all the related petitions together for hearing. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court issued notices on the new petitions and posted them for hearing on July 5 before a roster bench.

Last week, a 17-year-old youth had approached the High Court challenging the NTA over alleged anomalies in the NEET (UG) 2024 exam. The petition filed by the student's mother on his behalf challenges the authenticity of the 'answer key' of the exam conducted.

Earlier, the Supreme Court has also issued a notice to NTA. However, no court has refused to stay NEET counseling 2024. Both the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court have given the next hearing date on NEET as July 5 and July 8 respectively.

NEET Protest: NSUI protests at Jantar Mantar

Students held a 'Satyagraha' demonstration at Jantar Mantar in Delhi demanding re-conducting of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET). Many students participated in this demonstration led by the National Students Wing of India (NSUI). During this, the students talked about mistakes in the question paper of the pre-medical entrance examination, irregularities in the answer sheet, unfair results and demanded re-conducting of NEET.

NSUI National President Varun Chaudhary said that the student union stands firmly with the NEET students in demanding justice. The concerns raised regarding the transparency and fairness of the NTA examination process cannot be ignored. We demand that the NEET exam be conducted again. NSUI will stand with the students till their demands are met.

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