High-Level Panel To Probe, Guilty Won’t Be Spared: Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan

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High-Level Panel To Probe, Guilty Won’t Be Spared: Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan 

| Updated: June 20, 2024 21:03

Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Thursday said the isolated number of malpractice cases should not have an impact on the lakhs of students who correctly passed the NEET exam, despite calls from the opposition to retake the exam.

Addressing a press conference, Pradhan also urged the opposition parties to keep the matter out of politics and promised severe action against anyone found guilty, including NTA officials.

He announced a high-level committee to investigate the functioning of the National Testing Agency (NTA). 

Regarding the cancellation of the UGC-NET test, which was intended to select PhD scholars, assistant professors, and junior research fellows, Pradhan claimed that the exam paper had been leaked on the Darknet.

“Let us have faith in our systems and no irregularities or malpractices will be tolerated by the government,” he said.

The NEET examination was conducted on May 5 across 4,750 centres, and around 24 lakh candidates appeared for it. The results were scheduled to be declared on June 14 but were announced on June 4, stating the assessment of the answer sheets was completed earlier.

As many as 67 students received a perfect 720, unprecedented in the NTA’s history, with six from a centre in Haryana’s Faridabad figuring in the list, raising doubts about anomalies. ‘Grace Marks’ is said to have played a part in 67 candidates sharing the top spot.

For admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, and other relevant courses in public and private universities across the nation, the NTA conducts the NEET-UG test.

The NEET-UG examination is conducted by the NTA for admissions to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, and other related courses in government and private institutions across the country.

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