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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) related to Post Declaration of the NEET (UG) - 2024 Result


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1. What is the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET (UG)?

2. What is the mandate of the NTA for the conduct of the National Eligibility Entrance Test?

3. When was the NEET (UG) – 2024 conducted and the result of the same was declared?

4. What are the languages in which the NEET (UG) 2024 was conducted?

5. In how many cities, was the NEET (UG)-2024 conducted?

6. Which are other organizations, which utilize the scores of the NEET (UG)-2024?

7. What is the role of the NTA in the NEET (UG)-2024?

8. What are the Highlights of the NEET (UG)- 2024?

9. Is there an increase in the registration in the NEET (UG) 2024 compared to the previous year?

10. How many candidates qualified for the NEET (UG) - 2024

11. Who were the examination functionaries involved in the conduct of the NEET (UG) 2024?

12. Which are the top three States/UTs where the highest number of candidates were qualified for the NEET (UG) - 2024?

13.Has the syllabus of the NEET (UG)-2024 been revised?

14. Did the candidates get an opportunity to challenge the provisional Answer Keys for the NEET (UG)-2024?

15. Did the candidates get any opportunity to view their OMR Answer Sheet?

16. What was the role of the Grievance Redressal Committee in giving the Compensatory marks for time loss and why was it done?

17.How were the Compensatory marks calculated?

18. How can any candidate score 718 and 719 marks in the NEET (UG) 2024?

19. Were there any candidates besides the 1563 who received compensatory marks?

20. Did the 44 perfect scorers (720/720), who benefited from the Physics question with two correct answers, also receive compensatory or grace marks?

21. Why the Answer Key was changed from one correct option to multiple correct options for a Physics Question?

22. Are CCTV cameras installed in every examination room, and what is their purpose?

23. What measures were taken by NTA to prevent malpractices during the exam?

24. What action NTA is taking on unfair mean cases

25. What are the criteria for Inter-se-D Merit of Candidates for Tie-s Breaking:

26. Why has there been variation in Cut-Offs in the NEET Exam over the years?

27. Why did a greater number of candidates get full marks in the NEET (UG)- 2024?

28. Can you provide details about the distribution of the top 100 candidates of NEET (UG) 2024 in terms of their exam centres and school boards?

29. How does NTA ensure the authenticity of such high scores?

30. Is it true that there has been a paper leak in Bihar or Godhra?

31. What happened at a Centre at Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan?

32. Have there been instances of paper solver gangs who have impersonated the examinees in return for some lakhs of rupees?

33. Why was the NEET (UG) - 2024 result declared on 04 June 2024 however the result declaration date mentioned in the Information Bulletin was 14 June 2024.

34. How does the NTA address the issue of candidates forging their NEET (UG) 2024 scorecards and/or OMR answer sheets and claiming that the NTA has released incorrect results?

35. What is the NTA's response to a viral video alleging discrepancies in NEET (UG) - 2024 scoring and the receipt of a torn OMR Answer Sheet via email?

36. Is it true that another committee has been formed to look into the cases of compensatory marks given by the NTA against loss of time during NEET (UG) - 2024?


37. How can I stay updated on official information regarding the ongoing situation of the NEET (UG) 2024? 

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LIVE Press Conference By Ministry of Education On NEET 2024 Results Scam






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REPORTABLE

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
CIVIL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION
WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO.551 OF 2018

Disha Panchal and Others
Petitioners
Versus
Union of India The Secretary and Others
Respondents
With
WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO.554 OF 2018
Rishi Dutt
....Petitioner

Versus
Union of India and Others
With
Respondents
WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO.621 OF 2018

pg 2
Yash Singhania
Versus
Union of India and Others
With
....Petitioner
Respondents
WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO.600 OF 2018
Akshat Aggarwal & Ors.
Union of India and Others
Versus
....Petitioners
Respondents

        JUDGMENT

Uday Umesh Lalit, J.

1. These petitions highlight improper conduct of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018 by Respondent Nos.2 and 3, which is a single window online entrance test for admission to 19 prestigious National Law Universities in the country. The petitioners had appeared for said CLAT and had faced various difficulties, which according to them, were occasioned as a result of mismanagement by respondent Nos.2 and 3. Some of the 3 difficulties that were experienced by the petitioners and other candidates were:

A. Questions of the examination did not appear on the screen at the start, and were intermittently disappearing and re-appearing.

B. The options to move to the next question, etc. stopped working intermittently.

C. Blank screens or frozen screens and software crashes.

D. Invigilators were incompetent and unhelpful in being unable to help resolve glitches and in terms of their rudeness, when apprised of the existence of glitches.

E. Computers were dysfunctional and rebooting them did not help.

Resultantly, the effective time available to the candidates was far lesser than the allotted time, which in turn caused great prejudice to the candidates.

2. In addition to the petitions filed in this Court, some candidates also approached various High Courts, where the petitions are still pending. By order dated 24.05.2018 this Court had said, "as the entire issue in reference to CLAT Examination 2018 is the subject matter in the present proceedings, it is

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Hon, CALCUTTA HIGH COURT STAY ON MBBS ADDMISSION PROCESS 

Suppl-1 06.06.2024 Ct. No.08 mb/pg.

IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA CONSTITUTIONAL WRIT JURISDICTION APPELLATE SIDE WPA (P) 236 of 2024 Tanmoy Chattopadhyay Vs. The National Testing Agency & Ors.

Mr. Tanmoy Chattopadhyay Petitioner in person

Mr. Dhiraj Kumar Trivedi, Ld. DSGI Mr. Tirtha Pati Acharyya ... For the respondent nos. 1 to 3

Mr. Sunit Kumar Roy For the respondent no.4

In this Public Interest Litigation, the petitioner has alleged various irregularities in conducting NEET (UG) 2024 Examination.

According to the petitioner, some of the candidates could not have scored 718 or 719 as per the applicable marking/score system.

It appears that the National Testing Agency sought to justify awarding of such marks based on a judgment passed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court in Writ Petition (Civil) No.600 of 2018 (Akshat Aggarwal & Ors. v. Union of India & Ors.).

Justification of such an exercise cannot be decided without an affidavit from the National Testing Agency/ respondent no.1.

PG 2

Accordingly, the respondent no.1 shall file an affidavit within a period of ten days from date in response to the allegations made in this writ petition.

The affidavit should also disclose how the reservation policy of the State as well as the Central Government has been followed in preparing the merit list.

List this matter after two weeks under the same heading before the Regular Bench.

The National Testing Agency shall preserve the records pertaining to the NEET (UG) 2024 Examination until further order of this Court.

The outcome of the counselling process shall abide by the result of the writ petition.

(Kausik Chanda, J.)

(Apurba Sinha Ray, J.)

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INDIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

DHULE (M.S.) YEAR 2024-2025 Panat Smruti, 
IMA House, Opp. 
Cumain Club Dhule

CONTACT NO: 7972146759

Executive President Vice President

Secretary Treasurer
Patil, Dr. Kalpesh Bora

Dr. Parag Upakare Dr. Manish Jakhete Dr. Ravindra Sonawane Dr. Chetan

President rayan Galani

Date: 06/06/2024

Outword No.-320/IMA Dhule

To.

The Chairperson.
National Medical Commission

Subject: Concerns Regarding NEET 2024 Irregularities


Sir.

The NTA declared the results of NEET 2024 on 4th June 2024. Several significant irregularities have been noted in the results, suggesting that the exam was unfair. These irregularities include:

1. The paper was leaked in many locations, but the NTA refused to acknowledge it. Instead of getting the matter investigated by a reliable central agency like the CBI, they did nothing and announced the results.

2. Sixty-seven students scored 720/720, which is unprecedented and highly unusual.

3. Eight students from one center in Haryana scored more than 718 marks, with six out of eight scoring 720/720.

4. Some students scored 718 and 719 marks, which is technically improbable in NEET. The explanation provided by the NTA is unsatisfactory.

5. If there was a provision for grace marks due to time wastage, it should have been disclosed in the information brochure so that all students could have utilized this provision in similar situations.

6. The results were declared prematurely on a day when the media was occupied with broadcasting the results of the general elections. This urgency by the NTA raises suspicion.

7. There has been an unprecedented increase in the cutoff, which is illogical. The AIR at the same score has increased three to four times compared to NEET 2023

Considering these points, it is strongly requested that:

1. The NEET 2024 exam and its results should be handed over to the CBI for investigation.

2. No counseling should occur before a thorough investigation of the entire process and results.

3. Students who received grace marks should be scrutinized & re-exam should be scheduled for them only, as normalization formula used for giving grace marks is unfair & unprecedented in history of NEET. The whole scam revolves around this thing only.

4. Strict punishment should be given to all students who used unfair means to pass this exam.

The future of thousands of students is at stake, and it is the legal duty of the NMC to identify the irregularities and rectify the damage.

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Dr. Naryan Galani President

Dr. Parag Upakare Executive President

Dr. Ravindra Sonawane Secretary
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