UGC-NEET Then, UGC-NET Now: NTA's Competence In Question

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UGC-NEET Then, UGC-NET Now: NTA’s Competence In Question

| Updated: June 20, 2024 12:37

The Ministry of Education is forced to cancel the UGC-NET June 2024 exam amid reports of malpractice in the exam. The matter has been handed over to the CBI for further investigation. UGC-NET is a test to determine the eligibility for assistant professors in Indian universities.

The National Cyber ​​Crime Threat Analytics Unit (NCTAU) of the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center of the Ministry of Home Affairs shared important inputs with the University Grants Commission (UGC) which prima facie indicated that the transparency of the examination process had been compromised. Based on the information, the Ministry of Education decided to cancel the UGC-NET June 2024, exam.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the exam in OMR mode in two shifts on June 18, 2024, in various cities of the country, in which more than 11 lakh candidates participated. The candidates will now be required to appear for the exam afresh. The information will be shared later on.

The opposition was quick to target the government. Congress said: “The Modi government has become a ‘paper leak government”. The government said it is committed to ensuring the sanctity of the examinations and protecting the interests of the students.

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