NEET UG: Petition Filed in Supreme Court, Will There Be Re-Examination, There Will Be Delay in Release of Results? Read

NEET UG 2021: NEET UG aspirants have filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking re-conduct of the exam. Along with this, a direction has also been sought not to release the result till the hearing of the petition.


A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court regarding the examination of NEET-UG 2021. The petition has sought cancellation of the examination. Along with this, there has been an allegation of paper leak and malpractice in the NEET-UG 2021 examination. Let us tell you that the NEET UG exam was conducted on 12 September 2021 across the country.

It is worth noting that many candidates who appeared in the NEET UG exam have moved to the apex court seeking fresh conduct of the exam. Along with this, till the disposal of the present petition, a direction has been sought to stay the declaration of the result of NEET UG 2021.

Citing this demand made in the petition, citing fraud, malpractice, placement of fake candidates, and leaking of examination papers, the petition sought to conduct the examination afresh. The petition has sought directions to the Ministry of Education, National Medical Commission, and National Testing Agency to enhance the standard of security protocols such as biometric verification of candidates, use of jammers, etc. to conduct the examination in a fair and transparent manner. It also directed the CBI and the Director Generals of Police of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to submit a report within a week before the apex court with all relevant information and documents as well as findings regarding alleged misconduct in NEET-UG. has sought.

This was to

tell the whole matter that it has been said in the petition that even if the students are benefitted illegally, it will be a gross injustice. Eight people were arrested by Rajasthan Police on the day of the exam on September 12, in which a girl who appeared for the NEET exam was caught along with seven others who were helping her in her copying. The police had arrested the 18-year-old girl along with the inspector in charge of the administrative unit of the examination center and the girl’s uncle and four others in the case.

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