New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear the case on Friday (14th June 2019) in response to the wrong questions asked in the NEET UG 2019 exam. Four candidates had petitioned this against them. They say that since the answer to five questions in the answer is incorrect, the examination should be cancelled.
Before the vacation bench of Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice Ajay Rastogi, K.M. Reddy and three others of Hyderabad have filed a petition through Advocate Mahfuz Nazki. He says that the National Examination Agency (NTA), which organizes the examination, has released the wrong answer and played with the future of the candidates who have joined the examination.
The official assent of the examination held on May 5 was released on May 29. Candidates say that on May 30, they gave a presentation about the mistake of the ancestor. After that, the revised answer key was issued on June 5.
However, not only old mistakes remained, but some correct answers were later new questions were made wrong. Apart from this, no option was given to the candidates to file their objections.
Supreme Court already accepted this case and they will start an immediate hearing from 15th June onwards. Many candidates who were claiming the decrease in marks after the actual NEET results are hoping to get positive news from honourable Supreme court.
आप चाहे तो इस पोस्ट को हिंदी में भी पढ़ सकते हैं – यहाँ क्लिक करें
NEET Counselling to begin :
NEET counselling 2019: Eligibility criteria
Those who have qualified NEET 2019 by scoring the minimum qualifying percentile will be eligible for the counselling.
Candidates should have earned a minimum of 50 percentile (40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC and 45th percentage for General-PH) in order to become eligible for NEET 2019 counselling rounds.