NEET Result 2024 Controversy – 13th June Update, Paper Leaked or not? Supreme Court Hearing

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NEET i.e., National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is conducted by the National Testing Agency. The National Testing Agency conducted the 2024 Session NEET on 5th May 2024. No issue was reported during the exam. However, a huge NEET Result 2024 Controversy took place after the declaration of the result. The exam conducting authority released the result earlier and on the day of the Lok Sabha Election Result. However, it was not the major issue.

The major issue was the number of candidates who scored full marks in the exam. In history, the number of candidates who score full marks is very low. However, this year more than 60 candidates have scored full marks which created speculation. On 11th June 2024, The Supreme Court Hearing will take place. Let’s see what the Supreme Court has decided regarding the NEET Result, Whether they will allow the conduction of the exam again or not.

NEET Result 2024 Controversy

The NEET Result statistics were shocking for the students as well as the general public. A person also highlighted the fact that it is not possible to score 319 and 318 marks if the correct marking pattern is followed. However, several students have managed to score these marks. All of these allegations state that the paper was leaked or any misconducting activity was conducted during the exam.

The students who have worked hard to score decent marks are worried that they will not get placed on the merit list. Therefore, everyone wants the authority to conduct the exam again. To solve the NEET Result 2024 Controversy issue, the National Testing Agency authority held a press conference on Saturday.

At the conference, the officials stated that the increase in the number of toppers might be due to an increase in several candidates who appeared for the exam. Till now, they have not found any proof which stated otherwise. The team is still solving the issue and if the high power committee found anything they will reconduct the exam.

NEET Result 2024 Controversy - 11th June Update, Paper Leaked or not? Supreme Court Hearing

Supreme Court Hearing (13th June Update)

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Supreme Court is ready to hear the petition on 11th June 2024. The petition has been made to cancel the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- Undergraduate 2024. The petition has been made due to the allegation of a paper leak. However, it is yet to be proven whether the paper leaked or not. The matter will be reviewed by the vacation bench consisting of Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Sandeep Mehta.

The case was filed on 1st June which was followed by an investigation made by the Bihar police into the paper leak investigation of the NEET UG. Once, the result was declared on 4th June, it was found that a total of 67 studnets scored full marks i.e., 720 marks out of 720.

Out of this, a total of 6 students scored the full marks from the same exam centre which is a less likely situation. The exam conducting authority i.e., the National Testing Agency is under intense scrutiny for issues like mismanagement, grace marks, etc. Now, the students are demanding a re-examination.

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NEET Result 2024 Controversy

Several private coaching centres like Allen, Physics Wallah and more have started questioning the results. A recent post has been uploaded by the Physics Wallah i.e., Alakh Pandey where he has hinted that he will be approaching the Supreme Court over the matter of the NEET Result 2024 Controversy.

The petition raises issues like 67 students scoring All India First Rank, 8 students from a single exam centre securing first rank, scores of 718 and 719 out of 720, results being released 10 days early and grace marks being awarded for time wasted during the exam.

There is a high probability that the Supreme Court might accept the plea to cancel the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Students who have worked hard to score decent marks will get another chance to prove their worth and get admission to good educational institutes.

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2024 UG Result Statistics

The following is the table showing the result statistics of NEET UG 2024:

Students Registered24,06,079
Students appeared23,33,297
Students Passed13,16,268
Total male candidates registered10,29,154
Male candidates passed5,47,036
Total Female candidates registered13,76,831
Female candidates passed7,69,222
Total Transgender candidates registered13
Transgender candidates passed10

Frequently Asked Questions

Has the Supreme Court canceled the NEET UG?
The Supreme Court has not yet decided whether to cancel the NEET Result 2024 or not. Students who have appeared for the NEET UG exam will shortly get official updates on this page.

What allegations have been made by the petitioner?
Several allegations like releasing the result earlier, a huge amount of students scoring full marks. several toppers from a single exam centre, awarding grace marks, allotted marks like 218/ 219 and others have been made. Therefore, they want to cancel the NEET Result and want the NTA to conduct the exam again.

4 thoughts on “NEET Result 2024 Controversy – 13th June Update, Paper Leaked or not? Supreme Court Hearing”

  1. Reconduct NEET 2024 again for the benefit of youth in India. Students who studied and got marks will again get good marks and hope Supreme court will decide on ReNeet.Question paper leakage cannot be proved beyond doubt within this short time as high influence person must be involved

  2. सभी को सादर नमस्कार। ऐसे विवादास्पद मामले की गंभीरता को समझकर, देश में ईमानदार डॉक्टर के लिए जिससे स्वास्थ सेवा बेहतर उपलब्धता के लिए और युवाओं के हित में जो उचित है ऑनरेबल कोर्ट को निर्णय लेना चाहिए। पुनः परीक्षा सबसे बेहतर विकल्प है।जय भारत

  3. Get the cutoff lowered 164 for general is very high . For general cutoff should be 110 to 115 . This is because NEET paper was leaked a benefit needs to be given to all students .


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