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Supreme Court Decision on NEET Exam 2024 Sparks Controversy
Published : Jun 13, 2024, 3:50 pm IST
Updated : Jun 13, 2024, 3:50 pm IST
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Supreme Court Decision on NEET Exam 2024 Sparks Controversy
Supreme Court Decision on NEET Exam 2024 Sparks Controversy

Critics have called for stringent action against the NTA.

Supreme Court Decision on NEET Exam 2024 Latest News Today: The Supreme Court on Thursday addressed the contentious issue surrounding the NEET-UG'24 examination, specifically focusing on the allocation of grace marks to candidates. 

The Supreme Court stated that the affected candidates will have the option to re-appear for the exam as their grace marks will be withdrawn. For those who choose not to avail themselves of this opportunity, their results will be revised based solely on their actual marks, without the inclusion of any grace marks.

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Ever since grace marks were allocated, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has been facing a lot of flak over a lack of transparency. Currently, the demand for accountability also talks about the NTA handling the strictness and high-level committee to investigate the alleged paper leak. 

Critics have called for stringent action against the NTA, arguing that holding the organization responsible will set a precedent and ensure accountability in future examinations. There is also a demand for a thorough investigation into allegations of paper leaks, with calls for a high-level committee to look into the matter.

"People are losing faith in the system. The sudden allocation of grace marks without prior announcement raises serious doubts about the integrity of the examination process," remarked a concerned parent, echoing sentiments shared by many affected families.

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Moreover, questions have been raised regarding the accuracy of the NTA's claims regarding the number of candidates who received grace marks. Skepticism persists among stakeholders, with some suggesting that the actual number of affected students could be much higher than officially reported.

In response to these concerns, there have been calls for the NTA to publicly disclose the OMR sheets and scorecards of all candidates to ensure transparency and restore public trust in the examination system.

As the controversy unfolds, the Supreme Court's decision marks a pivotal moment in the ongoing debate over the conduct of entrance examinations in India. With implications for thousands of aspiring medical students, the fallout from this ruling is expected to resonate throughout the academic and regulatory spheres in the coming weeks.

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Do these concerns suggest that the NTA may not be completely honest in its disclosure and that more than 1563 candidates benefitted from grace marks? The credibility of future entrance exams is bound to take a hit after the Supreme Court's decision.

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