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ABVP, Meghalaya demands NTA to reconduct NEET exam for Jowai Centre

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SHILLONG, MAY 7: The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Meghalaya on Tuesday demanded the NTA to reconduct the NEET-UG 2024 examination for Jowai centre.

In a statement, the ABVP has expressed its concern on the recent discrepancies observed during the NEET-UG 2024 examination held at the Jowai Centre, specifically at St Mary Mazzarello Girls Hr Sec School.

It said candidates at this centre were confronted with the distribution of two sets of question papers, denoted as (1) QRST and (2) MNOP, each featuring entirely different sets of questions. This unforeseen circumstance has instigated widespread panic and confusion among the candidates.

Moreover the candidates’ admit cards were also not collected by the invigilator which is generally a rule every year. On enquiry by students, they were informed that its new system but much later when most of the candidates reached their home after writing the exam, they were called back to submit their admit cards from the centre giving much more confusion and panic among the students.

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“In light of these distressing developments, ABVP earnestly calls upon the National Testing Agency (NTA) to provide immediate clarification regarding the rationale behind the distribution of two distinct sets of question papers for the same examination,” the ABVP said.

“Furthermore, ABVP seeks clarification on the authenticity of each set of questions, and implores NTA to elucidate which set is deemed correct and which is incorrect. Should it transpire that the two sets of question papers distributed at the Jowai Centre indeed differ, ABVP  advocates for the affected candidates to be afforded the opportunity for a re-examination,” it said.

According to the organization, such a course of action is imperative to uphold the integrity and fairness of the NEET-UG 2024 examination process.

ABVP also urged the NTA to expedite their response and take decisive action to address this matter with the utmost urgency. The affected candidates eagerly await resolution and assurance of equitable treatment in this regard, it said.

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