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Massive Controversy Surrounds NEET UG Retest Following Grace Marks Issue

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Huge Debate Arises Around NEET UG Retest After Grace Marks Problem

Today, a tumultuous situation grips the National Eligibility-Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) community as 1,563 aspirants prepare to retake their medical entrance exam amidst contentious circumstances. This unprecedented re-examination stems from the National Testing Agency’s (NTA) abrupt decision to cancel the scorecards of candidates who had initially been granted grace marks.

The affected candidates, informed of this development on June 4, are now compelled to undergo the exam again between 2 pm and 5 pm today, with tentative results expected by June 30. This unforeseen twist has thrown the academic plans and emotional well-being of these students into disarray.

The controversy has sparked widespread protests, most notably in Rajkot, Gujarat, where students rallied against what they perceive as an unjust decision. Palak, a NEET-UG candidate from Gujarat, expressed deep frustration, asserting, “I have scored 682 marks in the NEET-UG exams. There should be no re-exams, as we have achieved these marks through sheer hard work and dedication.”

Amidst the uproar, allegations of irregularities and a potential paper leak have further muddied the waters, prompting swift governmental action. The Ministry of Education has invoked the Public Examination Act, which mandates severe penalties, including fines up to ₹1 crore and up to 10 years’ imprisonment for those found guilty of malpractice.

In response to the escalating crisis, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has been tasked with a comprehensive investigation into the purported irregularities surrounding the NEET (UG) 2024 Examination. This move underscores the seriousness with which the government aims to address concerns about fairness and transparency in such critical national examinations.

The situation has also had ripple effects on other exams; the NEET-PG exam was postponed following the cancellation of the UGC-NET exam due to a leaked paper circulating on the darknet. Furthermore, the Supreme Court’s decision to defer NEET-UG counseling, initially scheduled for July 6, pending a hearing on July 8, has added to the uncertainty gripping students and stakeholders alike.

As the saga unfolds, attention remains squarely on restoring trust in the integrity of the NEET-UG process while ensuring justice for affected candidates. The road ahead promises to be fraught with legal challenges, logistical hurdles, and emotional turmoil as efforts to resolve this unprecedented crisis continue to unfold.

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