NEET UG re-exam for 1563 candidates today and government replaced the National Testing Agency’s head

New Delhi: NEET-UG exam is being conducted again today in 6 cities of the country. This exam is only for 1,563 candidates. Officials of the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the Union Ministry of Education will also be present at the examination centers. The re-examination will be conducted from 2 pm to 5:20 pm. Only those candidates are participating in the NEET-UG re-examination who got grace marks in this exam.

NEET UG exam is being conducted in two centers in Jhajjar, Haryana. 494 students will appear for the exam in these two centers. 182 students will appear for the exam in Jhajjar’s Kendriya Vidyalaya. 312 students will appear for the exam in DAV School. Section 144 has been imposed near the exam center. Only 2 students will appear for the re-NEET paper in Chandigarh today. Their roll numbers are 160191001, 160191002. NEET-UG exam is from 2 pm to 5.20 pm.

Let us tell you that the NEET-UG exam was conducted on May 05, 2024. The matter of paper leak of this exam had come to the fore. The matter of paper leak is in the Supreme Court. After withdrawing the grace marks in the last exam, the examination is being conducted again for the medical entrance examination. In NEET UG, 67 students together scored 720 out of 720 marks. Out of these, 6 students were from the same center. After this, there were allegations of rigging in this exam.

At the same time, late on Saturday evening, the central government also postponed the NEET-PG examinations to be held on Sunday. The government said that new dates will be announced soon. The government also said that this decision has been taken in the true interest of the students and to maintain the transparency of the examination.

The government replaced the National Testing Agency’s head
An hour before the announcement of the postponement of the NEET-PG exam, the government also replaced the head of the National Testing Agency. NTA Director General Subodh Kumar Singh has been replaced by retired Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Pradeep Singh Kharola. The Ministry of Education has also constituted a high-level committee of experts to improve the mechanism of the examination process, improve data security protocols and make recommendations on the structure and functioning of the NTA.


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