On Thursday, the Supreme Court has permitted the National Testing Agency to declare the NEET results so that students can take admissions in undergraduate medical courses across the country.
But a bench of 3 judges L Nageshwara Rao, BR Gavai and Sanjiv Khanna in Bombay High Court asked the NTA to not declare the NEET result and conduct reexamination for two medical students whose question paper and OMR sheets got mixed up at the centre of Maharashtra.
Statement of bench
The bench has given a statement that we stay the high court judgment. The NTA can announce the result. We will decide what happens to these two students after Diwali Vacation. As of now, we can’t delay the results of 16 lakh students.
About the issue
On October 20, The Bombay High Court asked the National Testing agency that was set up in 2018 to conduct the NEET exam for admissions in undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses. The question paper and OMR sheet of two medical aspirants Vaishanavi Bhopali and Abhishek Shivaji got mixed up at the examination centre before the test started. They were ordered to give a fresh opportunity to appear in the exam and their result will be announced with the October 12 exam results.
The NEET-UG exam was Conducted on September 12.
16,14 777 students appeared in 3682 centres of 202 cities. 9548 centre Superintendents/Deputy Superintendents, 5615 observers, 2 69,378 invigilators and 220 city coordinators were involved in this exam.
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