NEET exam will be held again for 2 students on the orders of Bombay High Court
The NEET exam, to be held for taking admission in the top medical colleges of the country, was conducted last month on 12 September 2021 across the country. More than 16 lakh candidates had participated in this exam. At the same time, the Bombay High Court has issued an order to conduct NEET Exam 2021 again for two candidates. In fact, due to the carelessness of the examination invigilator, these two medical students of Solapur district had got mismatching text booklets and answer keys.
The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct NEET exam for these two medical candidates. A division bench of Justice RD Dhanuka and Justice Abhay Ahuja has issued the order in the name of NTA. It has been said in this order that the re-examination should be conducted for the petitioners Vaishnavi Bhopale and Abhishek Kapse.
Bombay High Court order
The Bombay High Court has asked the National Testing Agency (NTA) to inform the petitioners 48 hours before the date of re-examination and examination center.
What is the whole matter?
When NEET aspirants Vaishnavi Bhopale and Abhishek Kapse appeared for the NEET exam at the Shree Swami Narayan Gurukul International School in Solapur, their invigilators were five minutes late in their class by sending test booklets and OMR or answers to 12 students. Started giving sheets.
Petitioners Vaishnavi Bhopale and Abhishek Kapse say that the examination authorities mixed up the ST booklet and OMR sheets. In such a situation, mismatched text booklet and OMR sheet of both the candidates were found. Vaishnavi got the test booklet for CODE 04 and answer booklet for CODE P4, while Abhishek got the test booklet for CODE P4 and OMR booklet for CODE 04.
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