NEET Exam Issue: NSUI Demands High-level Inquiry under Supervision of the SC
Moneylife Digital Team 07 June 2024
Calling the paper leak issues and the results of this year's national eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) as a ‘betrayal of the hard work and dreams of millions of students’, the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) demanded an investigation into this matter monitored by the Supreme Court.
 
 
Speaking with media in New Delhi, Congress leader Kanhaiya Kumar, who is also in charge of NSUI, says, "For the irregularities in NEET, we demand a high-level investigation under the supervision of the Supreme Court. We seek justice and transparency for all affected students. The matter needs urgent and impartial investigation."
 
"If any discrepancy is found in the NEET UG 2024 examination, the exam should be re-conducted," he added.
 
Commenting on the allegations of paper leak during the NEET examination, Mr Kamhaiya says, "There is a need to take strict action against paper leak as the paper leak mafia is playing with the future of students. The government should take steps against the paper leak mafia as rhetoric will not work because this is a question of the country’s future.”
 
Several aspirants of the NEET have alleged inflation of marks, which led to a record of 67 candidates bagging the top rank, including six from the same exam centre.
 
NTA, however, denied any irregularities and said the changes made in the NCERT textbooks and grace marks for losing time at the examination centres are some of the reasons behind the students scoring higher marks. 
 
As reported by Moneylife, the results of this year's NEET examination are full of surprises, including the total number of students who have scored perfect 720 marks, compared with less than five students hitting the mark over the years. Not just a very high number of toppers, the NEET result also shows six toppers without a surname who scored perfect marks by appearing for the examination from the same centre in Haryana, as per their roll number. (Read: Something Is Not NEET. 6 Toppers Without a Surname Out of 67 Are from Same Centre in Haryana https://moneylife.in/article/something-is-not-neet-6-toppers-without-a-surname-out-of-67-are-from-same-centre-in-haryana/74335.html)
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