NEET-UG Exam Supreme Court CJI DY Chandrachud NTA – India Hindi News

NEET-UG Exam: The Supreme Court has taken a tough stand while hearing the petition to cancel the controversial medical entrance exam ‘NEET-UG’ 2024. While hearing a total of 38 petitions filed in this matter, a bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice JB Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Mishra said that the papers have been leaked, we cannot deny it. The court said that we are considering the nature of the leak. CJI Chandrachud said, “Paper leak cannot be disputed. We are also considering its consequences. We do not live in an ideal world, but before deciding on re-examination, we have to look at every aspect because we know that we are talking about the future of 23 lakh students.”

NEET-UG Exam Paper Leak Hearing in SC LIVE Updates,

CJI on NEET Exam Paper Leak LIVE: The Chief Justice asked how many wrongdoers’ results have been withheld, wanting to know the geographical details of such beneficiaries. The CJI asked that let’s assume that the government will not cancel the exam, but what will it do to identify those who leaked the paper? Because we should not deny what happened.

CJI on NEET Exam Paper Leak LIVE: CJI asked the central government what kind of technology our cyber forensic team has. Can’t we prepare a data of all the suspects? Can’t we take steps to ensure that what happened in this exam doesn’t happen again?

CJI on NEET Exam Paper Leak LIVE: CJI said: If the sanctity of the examination is lost, then a re-examination will have to be ordered. If it is not possible to separate the tainted and the untainted, then a re-examination will have to be ordered. The CJI also said that if the paper leak has happened through electronic means, then it can spread like wildfire and the leak may have happened on a large scale.

CJI on NEET Exam Paper Leak LIVE: The court said that we want to know the entire process. We also want information about the nature of the FIR registered in the second case and how the paper leak spread. The CJI asked what steps have been taken so far by the Center and NTA to identify the wrongdoers. The court made a strict remark that whoever has violated the rules of the examination has no right to stay there. We want to know what steps the government has taken in this regard.

These petitions alleged irregularities and malpractice in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Graduate (NEET-UG) exam held on May 5 and requested to cancel it and direct it to be held again. The Center and the National Examination Agency (NTA) told the court on Friday that canceling this exam without any evidence of breach of confidentiality would have a very adverse effect as it could have a “serious impact” on lakhs of honest candidates.

Along with this, the court also heard the petition of more than 50 successful candidates from Gujarat requesting to stop NTA from canceling the exam. The National Examination Agency (NTA) conducts NEET-UG for admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and other related courses in government and private institutions. This year the exam was conducted on May 5, in which about 23 lakh candidates appeared at 4,750 examination centers in 571 cities.

Protests were held in several cities and opposition parties raised the issue over allegations of irregularities, including question paper leaks. Several cases were also filed in courts regarding irregularities in the examination.

The Union Education Ministry and the NTA have filed separate affidavits opposing the petitions seeking cancellation of the controversial exam, re-examination and a court-monitored probe.

In his reply, he said that CBI, the premier investigating agency of the country, has taken over the cases registered in various states.

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