NTA informed Supreme Court will examine the alleged translation error NEET question paper

NEET 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA) today told the Supreme Court that it will investigate an alleged error in Hindi translation of the question paper in the NEET exam. Let us tell you, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court, in which it was told that a question asked in the NEET exam held this year was wrongly translated. In such a situation, the candidates have requested the Supreme Court to remove the question and re-issue the result. At the same time, the Supreme Court has adjourned the next hearing till November 30.

NEET 2021 was held on 12 September. NEET is the only entrance exam that is conducted for the admission of students to undergraduate medical courses like MBBS and BDS. This year around 16 lakh students appeared in the examination. In October, two students filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking a direction to the NTA to conduct re-examination for them due to the mix of test booklets.

Vaishnavi Vijay Bhopal and Abhishek Shivaji Kapse, who appeared for NEET on September 12, had filed a petition before the Bombay High Court complaining that they got too little time to write in the exam, as the invigilator had made a mistake. , which had omitted the test booklet.

Due to discrepancies in the OMR sheets and test booklets of six students, the Supreme Court had directed the NTA to conduct fresh examinations for two candidates. However, later the Supreme Court stayed the order and asked the NTA to release the NEET 2021 result and prepare a plan for the students concerned. An error in Hindi translation has been pointed out in a question by a candidate. . SC has adjourned the hearing till November 30.


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