NEET-UG Exam Controversy: Physics Wallah CEO Calls on Supreme Court for Integrity in Judgment


GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 11th June. 
Alakh Pandey, the CEO of Physics Wallah, has voiced concerns over the alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG exam conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Pandey, in an interview with ANI, expressed hopes that the Supreme Court would address the matter with integrity and provide assurance to the students.

Asserting the students’ reliance on the judiciary, Pandey emphasized the need for the Supreme Court to intervene and assure the students of a fair judgment. He criticized the NTA for its handling of the paper leak issue and questioned the agency’s silence on the matter.

Pandey further raised questions about the NTA’s decision to award grace marks to certain students and its lack of transparency regarding the formula behind this process. He highlighted the demotivation among students due to uncertainties surrounding their exam scores and college admissions.

Drawing attention to discrepancies in the allocation of seats, Pandey highlighted the challenge of accommodating top scorers in prestigious institutions like AIIMS. He also criticized the NTA’s communication strategy, urging the agency to be transparent and forthcoming in addressing concerns.

In response to the controversy, the NTA has formed a committee to review the grace marks awarded to NEET UG 2024 candidates. The Ministry of Education has also initiated a separate committee to investigate the matter, following allegations of mark inflation affecting the exam results.

With over 1.5 million candidates appearing for the NEET-UG exam and only 67 students securing the top rank, the controversy surrounding the exam results stresses the need for thorough scrutiny and accountability in the examination process.

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