NEET Result 2024: What did the students see in the NEET result PDF that made them angry, they said- 'The entire center was managed'

Orhan Wadia
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NEET UG Result 2024 Latest News in Hindi: The National Entrance cum Eligibility Test (NEET) UG 2024 result has been declared on Tuesday, June 4. NTA NEET Result 2024 Cutoff, Well The PDF of the topper list 2024 was uploaded on the NEET 2024 exam portal NTA AC. After this, the photo of the NEET Result 2024 PDF started going viral on Twitter.

People have highlighted a special thing in this PDF. Seeing this, students and NEET experts are angry. They say that after seeing this PDF, it seems that the entire center was managed. People are accusing of fraud in NEET.

NEET Result PDF 2024: What is the 'glitch' in NEET result?

The PDF being shared on X is part of the NEET 2024 topper list. In this, NEET roll number, name, marks and rank from serial number 62 to 69 are highlighted. Actually, the NEET roll number series here is the same. That is, all are from the same center. None of these students has a surname in their name. 6 out of 8 students have got 720 out of 720 marks. The remaining two have got 719, 718 marks.

An expert wrote on Twitter-

  • Same Roll Number Series 2307010xxx
  • Is there no surname in the student's name?
  • Everyone got 720 out of 720 marks?
  • NTA should give clarification on this.

718 and 719 marks in NEET: 718, 719 marks in NEET

Experts say that after 720 marks in NEET, one can get 716 marks. How are 719 and 718 marks being obtained? What mathematics has been used in giving marks? Along with this, a screenshot of a notice from NTA is being shared. It is written in it that some students had to face the problem of lack of time in the exam, due to which they have been given grace marks. Therefore, the marks can also be 718 and 719.

However, no such notice is present on or Students are advised to visit only the official website for official information. However, in the wake of the NEET paper leak, petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court seeking re-conduct of the NEET exam. The court has said that it will hear these in July.

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