July 17, 2024
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Delhi High Court Issues Notice to NTA Over NEET 2024 Controversies

The Delhi High Court has issued a notice to the National Testing Agency (NTA) in response to multiple petitions filed by NEET 2024 aspirants, addressing concerns over alleged paper leakage, compensatory marks, and anomalies in the exam questions. The bench, led by Justice Neena Bansal Krishna, acknowledged these broad issues and has scheduled the matter for July 5. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed the court of efforts to transfer related petitions from various High Courts to the Supreme Court for a consolidated hearing.

Advocates Gauhar Mirza and Suriti Chaudhary, representing the petitioners, highlighted significant irregularities in the NEET 2024 examination process. They argued for a declaration that the awarding of arbitrary grace marks is illegal and requested that equal marks be given to all candidates who did not attempt the problematic questions. The petitioners include Shreyanshi Thakur, Mohd. Florez, Keya Azad, Adarsh Raj Gupta, and Anavadya V.

The Solicitor General also mentioned that some matters are scheduled before the Supreme Court on July 8, and NTA is in the process of filing a transfer petition. The petitioners’ counsels suggested that NTA’s forthcoming response could be treated as a reply in the Supreme Court, aiming for a streamlined resolution of the disputes across multiple jurisdictions.

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