The central government had stated that it could repeat the NEET UG exam if directed. The center requested a stay on the Bombay High Court order that required two medical aspirants to be reexamined. The center claimed that 16 lakh students attended NEET in this year’s petition to the Supreme Court. The center stated that students will be able to retake the exam every year if they make a mistake.
The Supreme Court Stated:
Justices L Nageswara Rao and BR Gavai observed that while the Court sympathized with the students’ plight it was not possible to order a retest. Live Law reported that the bench noted that both students’ marks were calculated using the NTA suggestion to the High Court. No matter what test booklet code or OMR sheets are different, the scores will be calculated.
Today’s hearing saw interesting observations from the apex court. The court noted that the court’s decision to allow students and individual cases to be reexamined would set a poor precedent. Justice Rao, who heard the case, stated that students could make it a practice to request a reexamination of minor cases if allowed. Justice Rao stated that students could request a reexamination for minor cases every year. Because the results of this case are known, the court needed not to intervene.
The Cancelation of Re-exam
Maharashtra NEET aspirants had earlier complained to the Bombay High Court about an error made by an exam administrator when they distributed answer sheets. Vaishnavi Kapse and Abhishek Kasse complained about exam invigilators giving them incorrectly matched test books and answer sheets at Solapur’s NEET exam Centre. Despite being pointed out by both students, they didn’t fix the problem. After hearing the NTA’s position and assessing the evidence, the High Court ordered that the National Testing Agency conduct NEET re-exams for both students within 48 hours.
The Supreme Court permitted the NTA to declare the results. The NTA declared the NEET-UG results on November 1. This year was full of controversy. Reports of impersonation were also reported. The NTA has canceled 15 candidates’ NEET results who were accused of using unfair methods in the exam.
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