Supreme Court Issues Notices on NEET UG Malpractice Petitions, Sets Hearing for July 8

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Supreme Court Issues Notices on NEET UG Malpractice petitions and sets a hearing for July 8

In a significant development, the Supreme Court of India has taken cognizance of 14 petitions alleging malpractices in the conduct of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test for Undergraduate courses (NEET-UG). The apex court has issued notices to parties involved, including the Center and the National Testing Agency (NTA), seeking responses to the allegations.

Among the petitions is a notable case involving students from a Meghalaya exam center who claim to have lost crucial exam time. They are seeking inclusion in the group of 1563 students granted grace marks and the option for a re-exam scheduled for June 23. The Supreme Court has specifically issued notices on this matter.

Additionally, the Supreme Court has stayed proceedings in four transfer petitions filed by the NTA, which seek to transfer NEET-UG-related cases from various high courts to the Supreme Court. The court has directed the Center and NTA to file responses, consolidating all petitions for a comprehensive hearing scheduled for July 8.

These developments underscore the Supreme Court’s proactive approach in addressing concerns surrounding NEET-UG, aiming to ensure fairness and transparency in the examination process.

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