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The ongoing debate surrounding NEET i.e. the National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam 2021 does not have the appearance of a halt. Following the delay of NEET leaks and copying scandals, Physics answer key, NEET PG eligibility requirements, NEET PG counseling, the issue of the NEET exam has been taken to court. Supreme Court. Six applicants who appeared for an exam called the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG-2021) at the undergraduate level have claimed that there are multiple ambiguities regarding the NEET results as well as OMR score sheets.
Insisting that there was something wrong with the operation of the National Testing Agency, which has led to the manipulation of OMR sheets following the publication of the answer key, six NEET students have contacted the Supreme Court. As they consider the case, which alleges wide-ranging discrepancies with the NTA’s scoring system, the highest court bench consisting of justices DY Chandrachud, AS Bopanna, and AS Bopanna has issued notices concerning the matter. It will now be considered on the 13th of December, 2021.
NEET UG Result and OMR Sheet: The petitioners claimed that there was an enormous gap between scores they calculated using the answer keys provided from NTA and the scores announced from the NTA on the 1st of November. One petitioner claimed that their calculated score was 564 according to the answer key, however, the final result showed the number 164. Another claimed that the result was expected to be 675 based on the answer key, but the result was only 52 marks in the final score. Students have approached the Supreme Court demanding a hearing and relief. The results of the final exam were announced on the 1st of November, 2021 in accordance with the final answer key for NEET published by NTA. National Testing Agency (NTA). A bench consisting of justices AS Bopanna and DY Chandrachud will be hearing the petition of the students on the 13th of December 2021 in the Supreme Court. The bench issued a notice to all parties involved to express their opinions regarding the petition filed by the students.
The petition was filed by the candidates by way of Advocate Ranjan Kumar Singh. The petitioner stated in their petition “It appears that there has been massive rigging in the screening of OMR sheets immediately after the publication of answer keys and consequently the OMR sheets for self-assessment have been uploaded to”. But, NTA is denying any fault in its system.
Conclusion: According to the most recent news story by Live Law, the plea made by Attorney On Record Ranjan Kumar Singh is challenging the scores and marks achieved by the petitioners who took part in the NEET-UG exam in 2021. The counsel for petitioners, Senior Advocate Manoj Singh along with Rajan Kumar Singh (AOR) and Rakesh Kumar Singh highlighted the massive difference between marks the students calculated based on answers provided in the NTA and the marks that the agency announced on the 1st November 2021.
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