Rajasthan High Court Seeks Centre, NTA Response on NEET-UG Cancellation Plea

JAIPUR – In a significant development, the Rajasthan High Court issued notices to the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the Central Government on Monday, addressing multiple petitions that call for the cancellation and re-conduct of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2024 due to reported irregularities.

The decision comes as Justice Ashok Kumar Jain responded to the urgent appeals made by several petitioners who argued that the integrity of the examination, conducted on May 5, was compromised. According to the petitions, there were significant discrepancies in the administration of the exam, which may have affected the fairness and outcomes of the results.

During the court proceedings, Rampratap Saini, representing the petitioners, emphasized the gravity of the allegations and the widespread concern among thousands of medical aspirants across the country. “The allegations are severe enough to not only question the credibility of this year’s examination but also to demand a thorough judicial review and a retest under strict supervision,” Saini stated.

The court has scheduled a follow-up hearing on July 10, which strategically follows the Supreme Court’s hearing set for July 8 on similar issues surrounding NEET-UG 2024.

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