NEET UG 2024 Result Controversy: Student Protest for Re-exam

NEET UG 2024

NEET UG 2024 Result Controversy- At least 50 students of NEET UG have filed petition in supreme court for not cancelling the NEET UG exam. Their plea is simple as the candidates have given their 100 per cent to clear the becoming a doctor which is their dream.

Sidharth komal singla along with 55 other students requested the course to not re conduct this exam.

 The plea from the 56 students filed just before the crucial hearing in the Supreme Court by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, where as many as 26 petitions are slated for consideration. These petitions seek remedies such as a retest and a thorough investigation into the exam’s alleged irregularities

The controversy around the NEET UG-2024 entrance exam results is not stopping. In the latest development an engineer named Sikandar Prasad yadavendu deployed at Bihar’s Danapur Nagar Parishad (Danapur Town Council) has made startling claims in a confession note that has recently surfaced. 

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As per the confession letter, claimed he assisted the stay of 4 NEET candidates and the guardian of one of them in Patna.

How he helped?

He said that beneficiary Anurag yadav along with his uncle came to Patna with his mother Reena Kumari to appear for the NEET 2024 exam.

The students are protesting for holding the NEET UG 2024 exam again. There were incidents coming up now and then. A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court challenging the NTA decision of awarding grace marks to around 1600 students. The petitioners have requested the Supreme Court to cancel the exam and hold the NEET UG exam again.

Controversies you can check here

First the controversy began from Rajasthan when the students of hindi medium were distributed English medium paper. In a centre in Rajasthan, students reported that the centre gave them the question paper with pre-marked answers then took it back

Why the result was declared 10 days before the stipulated date-The result was to be declared on June 14 but it was declared on June 4

Torn OMR Sheet of Ayushi Patel

Ayushi Patel, a candidate from Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow in a video post, Ayushi narrated this incident after the result was declared, she was unable to check marks and an error message was showing “your result is not generated”.

“One hour after the announcement of the result, NTA sent me an email saying my result cannot be generated due to torn and damaged OMR,” the candidate said.

Getting this email from NTA she replied the NTA on the same email asking for a photocopy of her OMR, which was successfully registered and the image was sent to her within 24 hours.

Showing the OMR sheet she claimed was sent by the agency, Patel said it appeared to her the barcode was torn “intentionally” and all the bubbles (her OMR responses) were clearly visible.

“When we checked it manually, we found that my NEET score was 715, which I also calculated using the final answer key.”

The candidate has filed a petition at the Allahabad High Court and the hearing is scheduled for today (Tuesday), June 11.

In another incidents the Kerala Congress Committee has shared mark-sheet of a student on its Twitter handle along with this update, “A child who got 705/720 marks and a rank of 1321 in NEET 2024. His/her 12th standard marks card tells other story, the child failed in Physics (21%), Chemistry (31%) and in Biology passed with 39% marks.

Ministry of Education has formed the committee to look into the matter. The students have protested outside the ministry office for NEET UG re-examination.

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