The National Testing Agency (NTA) will soon declare the undergraduate medical examination results soon as the Supreme Court has given its approval on Thursday. The apex court has issued orders to NTA to declare the results of National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) at the earliest. NEET UG 2021 results will be declared on the official website neet.nta.nic.in. A division bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao, Dinesh Maheshwari and Bhushan R Gavai set aside the stay of the Bombay High Court staying the declaration of results because of two students. The court argued that the decision of the future of 16 lakh candidates cannot be stopped because of two candidates.
Court ordered to declare the result
The court said that the issues raised by both the students can be investigated but for that it is not right to withhold the results of 16 lakh candidates. It is to be noted that NTA was established in 2018 to conduct NEET for admission to undergraduate medical courses. The Bombay High Court had on October 20 asked the NTA to conduct fresh examinations for the two students and declare their results along with the mains. In fact, the test booklet and OMR sheet of two medical candidates Vaishnavi Bhopali and Abhishek Shivaji got mixed up at the examination center before the commencement of the examination.
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The exam was held on 12 September
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court bench of Justices LN Rao, Sanjiv Khanna and BR Gavai that one student answered 130 questions, while the other answered 160 questions. They have scored good marks, but there were a total of 6 students who faced the same problem. What is wrong has affected the result of other students as well. Note that the NEET-UG 2021 exam was conducted on 12 September this year. As many as 16,14,777 candidates appeared for the exam across 3,682 centers in 202 cities.
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