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NEET: Biggest Scam Camouflaged By Election Results

NEET: Biggest Scam Camouflaged By Election Results

The Indian Medical Association Junior Doctors’ Network has demanded a CBI inquiry into alleged issues with the 2024 NEET-UG exam. 

In a letter to Pradeep Kumar Joshi of Chairperson of the National Testing Agency, they called for a re-examination to ensure fairness.

The letter highlighted that several students scored unusually high marks of 718 and 719, raising suspicions. 

It criticized the unexplained grace marks awarded and questioned the lack of action on reported paper leaks. 

The junior doctors also noted discrepancies between scorecards and OMR sheets that weren’t due to grace marks.

Concerns were raised about 67 students scoring a perfect 720, an unprecedented number with many from a single center in Haryana. 

Additionally the results were released on the same day as general election results prompting questions about the urgency.

The IMA Junior Doctors’ Network has requested a CBI inquiry and a re-examination threatening an all-India strike if their demands are not addressed.