Plea in Supreme Court seeks cancellation of NEET-UG 2024 exam

The PIL filed by two members of an organisation working for the assistance and benefit of the students said that the news of the NEET exam paper leak has shaken students to the core
Recently, the apex court denied a stay on the declaration of the result of the NEET-UG exam
Recently, the apex court denied a stay on the declaration of the result of the NEET-UG examEdexLive Desk

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed before the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2024 examination. This was stated in a report by PTI

The plea seeks directions for the constitution of a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the “malpractices and fraud involved” in the NEET examination held on May 5 and a stay on counselling till the investigations on the paper leak are completed.

The PIL filed by two members of an organisation working for the assistance and benefit of the students said that the news of the NEET exam paper leak has shaken students to the core as many of the meritorious students lost the opportunity to become future medical practitioners.

“The petitioners are filing the present petition with the sole purpose of providing justice to the aggrieved students who with the support of their respective family members had put in their entire time, hard-earned money and energy along with the hard work and dedication in preparing for NEET Exam 2024 and have been denied a level playing field,” it said.

The plea added that a few students secured 718 and 719 marks which are statically not possible and the entire exercise of the conduction of the exam is without any rationale and the same is arbitrary and done with mala fide intention to grant entry to the students through backdoor.

Recently, the apex court denied a stay on the declaration of the result of the NEET-UG examination but issued a notice to NTA and others in a similar matter. 

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