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A protest scene with multiple individuals holding banners regarding a ‘NEET SCANDAL’, with large overlaid text stating ‘NEET SCANDAL’ at the center. Some visible texts include acronyms ‘NSUI’, ‘NTA’, and an explanation for ‘NEET’. Top left corner has a red stamp marked ‘FAKE’. Faces are pixelated for privacy.

The term “NEET” (National Eligibility and Entrance Test) scam describes dishonest acts and immoral methods planned to tamper with the results of the NEET exam. These exams are the basic needs of students for admission to dentist and medical schools in India. This whole strategy requires a variety of ways to cheat in exams, such as leaks of question paper, use of electronic devices to receive answers. use of document forgery and bribery.

The NEET 2024 Exam Result Controversy in India:

The NEET (National Eligibility and Entrance Test)  is a difficult test for medical students. However, a number of inconsistencies and inaccuracies have sparked controversy over the NEET-UG 2024 results.

1. Exceptional Results

In these exams, a stunning 67 students gets an exact perfect scores of 720. Indeed, there are brilliant and outstanding students but they are also shocked by this unexpected results and sudden increase.

2. Uncertain Marks

Several candidates gets scores of 718 and 719, which seems impossible in light of NEET scoring system. According to the method, questions that are not attempted receive no points, wrong answers gets only one mark and right answers gets four marks.

A protest scene with multiple individuals holding banners regarding a ‘NEET SCANDAL’, with large overlaid text stating ‘NEET SCANDAL’ at the center. Some visible texts include acronyms ‘NSUI’, ‘NTA’, and an explanation for ‘NEET’.
NEET 2024 SCAM

3. Leaks of Question Papers

The day of the NEET-UG test, held on May 5, 2024, the question paper leaking allegation appeared. Students in Rajasthan get an opportunity report and get already marked answer sheets, although students who speak Hindi get an English paper. Even though the NTA (National Testing Agency) explained that they took exams again of 120 students, doubts remained.

4. Early Result Declaration

The NEET-UG results on June 4, 2024, were declared ten days early. Curiously, at this time, the allegations increase because the election results align with the declaration of Lok Sabha election results. Extremely, eight students with identical roll numbers who achieved All India Ranks (AIR) 62 to 69 were from the same Haryana test center.

5. Grace Marks

The NTA gave some students extra grace marks, during an apparent attempt to find missed papers. So, these possibilities increase doubts. Furthermore, claims that consulting services helped students succeed heightened the debate.

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