Impact of NEET results on students; Cancel it immediately – Maharashtra Minister

The Maharashtra government has demanded the immediate cancellation of the results of the NEET exam held last month, saying it had done injustice to the students of the state.

Many candidates of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET-UG), which was conducted on May 5 at 4,750 centers in 571 cities, have alleged that the manipulation of marks led to 67 toppers, including 6 from a single examination center in Haryana. The NEET results were released on June 4.

The National Examinations Agency (NTA), however, has denied any allegations of malpractice and said changes in NCERT textbooks and grace marks for loss of time at examination centers are some of the reasons why students scored higher.

Maharashtra Medical Education Minister Hasan Mushrif said on Friday, “NEET examination may have been conducted by taking money. “The exam results show that no student from Maharashtra will get admission in MPBS course in government or private colleges in the state,” he said. The minister also said that parents of many students have approached him seeking a solution to the problem.

“It (NEET results) has done injustice to Maharashtra and the exam should be canceled immediately. We are going to tell the National Medical Council (NMC) about this,” said the minister.

Hasan Mushrif said the Maharashtra government is also considering approaching the court over the issue.

NEET exam is Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS), Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery (BSMS), Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS). , and is the entrance exam for Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) and B.Sc (H) Nursing courses.

There are more than 80,000 MPBS seats in more than 540 medical colleges in the country.

The Congress party had earlier targeted the ruling government over the issue.
Congress president Priyanka Gandhi on Friday called for redressal of students’ “legitimate grievances” through an inquiry, saying, “First the NEET question paper was leaked, now the students are alleging that the results have been rigged. Serious questions have been raised on 6 students who scored 720 out of 720 in a single centre, and various irregularities.” are coming out,” said Priyanka Gandhi.

After the announcement of exam results, there were reports of many students committing suicide across the country, Priyanka Gandhi said, “Why is the government ignoring the voice of lakhs of students? The government should answer the legitimate questions of the students regarding the malpractice in the NEET results,” he said. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. K. Stalin also opposed the NEET exam and said that the entrance exam is against social justice and federalism.

“Question paper leaks, high toppers in certain centres, awarding of marks in the guise of mathematically impossible grace marks, etc. highlight the shortcomings of the current central government’s centralization. These incidents emphasize the need to restore the importance of state governments and the school system in setting criteria for professional subject selection,” he said. Stalin said on his X page.

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