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Centre Files Affidavit In SC Denying ‘Mass Malpractice’ In NEET-UG Exam 2024

NEET 2024 SC Hearing Updates

The government, based on findings from IIT Madras, has stated in an affidavit filed with the Supreme Court that there is no evidence of widespread malpractice or localized advantages affecting scores in the NEET-UG 2024 exam. They emphasized that counselling will commence in late July across four rounds. The affidavit also warns of severe consequences, including candidature cancellation, for any candidate found involved in malpractice, whether during counselling or thereafter.

The Supreme Court, addressing concerns arising from the May 5 paper leak, has directed the National Testing Agency (NTA) to provide a detailed status report by July 10, detailing measures taken to identify those who benefited from the leak. Additionally, the court sought information on how the leak occurred and the time gap between the incident and the exam. Acknowledging the potential impact on the exam process, the court indicated the possibility of a re-test pending further details from NTA and the CBI regarding the timing, method, and extent of the leak.

Currently, the Supreme Court is reviewing more than 30 petitions related to NEET-UG 2024, including calls for a fresh exam due to alleged irregularities and malpractices observed in the May 5 test.

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