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Supreme Court is hearing the plea challenging the order of HC allowing an examination of two NEET students [LIVE UPDATE]

Lawstreet Journal 12 Nov 2021 7:01pm

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Supreme Court is hearing the plea by Centre challenging the order of HC allowing an examination of two NEET students who had answer sheets mixed up

SG:16 lacs students appear, there may be some error somewhere but that cannot be the cause of having re-examinations

Adv Sudhanshu Choudhari: The invigilators have accepted on affidavit that they distributed wrong answer booklets and how they state that it was their first time as invigilators. Such wrong answer booklets were distributed to 6 students

SG Tushar Mehta: we will match the answers with the correct question booklets

(This is the case where the top court had paved the way for declaration of NEET UG 2021 results)

Choudhari: Instead of approaching this court, reexaminations could have been conducted for these two students. answer sheet of all students are published on website except these two students.

SG: Every paper is different and the chronological order is different thus with every paper is an answer sheet. So here what we have done is : the answer key will be implemented as per sequence of question given as per test booklet

SC ORDER: The two students have filed writ petitions before the Bombay HC seeking a direction to the petitioner to re-examine them by conducting a separate NEET exam before declaring results for admission to UG medical courses

SC ORDER: At the time of distribution of question papers and answer booklets, there was a mix-up and different booklets and answer sheets which did not match the code were given to the two students

SC ORDER: As… Continue Reading...


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