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NEET UG 2024 Controversy: SC notice to Central Govt, hearing on July 08

While NTA is planning to re-conduct the NEET Exam 2024 for the 1,563 candidates and has already released the admit cards, the controversy is not leaving NTA and the Education Ministry. In the latest events, the Supreme Court has decided to listen to the pleas regarding the appointment of the NTA Chief as the head of the high-powered committee which recommended the re-conduct of the NEET Exam for the 1,563 candidates.

One of the petitioners in the court gave the example of the Adani-Hindenburg short-selling case in which the apex court formed such a committee. Even though the Securities and Exchange Board was asked to investigate the matter, the court also constituted an independent panel for the investigation.

There were around 10 petitions questioning the method used by the NTA to identify the count of 1,563 candidates for the re-conduct of the exam.

How did NTA arrive at the 1,563 mark? What was the pattern followed by them? Where is the list of those candidates? Why has the list not been released on their online portals yet? asked one of the petitioners.

One of the petitioners even questioned the conduct of the Re-exam as the conduct of the re-exam is against the law. He mentioned that there can’t be two NEET exams in one year.

However, the court listed all these petitions for July 08, while denying the pleas to postpone or stay the NEET Counselling process which is likely to be conducted from June 06.

Also Read: NEET UG Re-Exam Admit Card 2024 Out

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