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NEET UG Row: No Paper Missing, No Broken Locks, NTA Tells Supreme Court

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The National Testing Agency (NTA) has notified the Supreme Court that no question paper was reported stolen and that no breaches were discovered in Patna, reiterating its position on the lack of leaks in the scandal surrounding the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

This is noteworthy because it was in the capital of Bihar that rumors of a paper leak in the all-India entrance exam for applicants to medical school first surfaced. Eight persons have been taken into custody in the Bihar case by the CBI, which is looking into any irregularities in the exam.

Furthermore, the Central government disclosed in an additional affidavit that it filed with the Supreme Court that the undergraduate seat counseling process will take place in four rounds starting in the third week of July for the academic year 2024–25.

The declaration is significant since Patna was the source of the first reports of a paper leak during the national medical entrance exam. As it looks into purported anomalies in the investigation, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has detained eight people related to the Bihar case.

No question paper was reported missing from any trunk during the NEET-UG 2024 exam administration, according to the NTA. No broken locks were found, and each question paper was assigned to a certain candidate with a unique serial number.

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