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'Neet UG 2024 Results Scam:' Facts You Need To Know

National- Following the declaration of the NEET UG Result 2024, candidates, opposition parties, and academicians have begun calling for justice. As many are accussing the exam was a big blunder for the reason of suspecious results. 

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Neet UG 2024 Results Scam

Following the declaration of the NEET UG Result 2024, candidates, opposition parties, and academicians have begun calling for justice. As many are accussing the exam was a big blunder for the reason of suspecious results. 

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Facts you need to know about NEET UG Result 2024:

  • A total of 67 candidates secured the All India NEET Rank 1 i.e. 100% in the single largest medical entrance exam. This is happening for the first time in the history of the exam; only four students could achieved the feat before this year.
  • Out of these 67 toppers, 8 students were from the same exact center which increases the space for speculations.
  • The NEET Result was scheduled to be announced on June 14, the National Testing Agency (NTA) released the scorecard on June 4 — the same day the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha was scheduled to take place.
  • Neet exam was held on 5 May and application window for the exams was opened on 9th & 10th April, just 24 days before the exam.
  • Several students, parents, guardians, and other subject experts alleged that the NEET paper was leaked on social media platforms, following which the students demanded the cancellation of the medical entrance examination. 

However, the National Testing Agency (NTA) denied the allegations & released an important notice stating that the social media posts pointing towards any paper leak are completely baseless and without any ground.

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“It has been ascertained from NTA’s security protocols and Standard Operating Procedures that the Social Media Posts pointing towards any paper leak are completely baseless and without any ground. To put rumours to rest, it is also stated that every single Question Paper (QP) has been accounted for. Further, it is also to be noted that after the gates of the Examination Centres are closed, no one from outside is permitted access inside the Halls which are under CCTV surveillance,” NTA in an official notice said.

  • There are a total of 1,08,940 MBBS seats (latest data available) in 706 medical colleges across the country. A total of 13,16,268 candidates out of 23,33,297 qualified the NEET UG 2024 even though the cut-offs witnessed a steep hike. The NEET UG cut-off 2024 for the general category candidates has gone up from 720-137 last year to 720-164 this year.

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