NEET UG 2024 Hearing Live Updates (CBI Registered CASE ALLEGATIONS OF NEET-2024 EXAM scam)

NEET UG 2024 Hearing Live Updates : The CBI registered case concerning allegations of irregularities in NEET-UG 2024, as per sources. The development follows hours after the Centre handed over the investigation into the matter to CBI.


The CBI on Sunday registered an FIR in connection with alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG examination 2024, reported PTI citing officials. Meanwhile, several students aspiring to make a career in the medical field appeared in the NEET-UG 2024 re-examination held today.

NEET UG 2024 Hearing Live Updates: A bench headed by Chief Justice Chandrachud on Thursday deferred the hearing on petitions related to the alleged paper leak in the NEET UG medical entrance exam till July 18. This included petitions alleging irregularities and malpractice during the May 5 exam and demanding a re-examination of the exam.

The Chief Justice gave the reason for postponing the hearing that the affidavits of some exam centers and NTA have not been received. The hearing has been postponed till July 18 while awaiting their affidavits.

CBI Registered CASE on NEET-2024 Exam Scam scholler

This comes a day after the Centre announced that the investigation into alleged irregularities in the test would be transferred to the agency, the CBI registered a new case against unidentified people. This action is in response to a referral from the Ministry of Education’s Union, as reported by news agency PTI. This year’s medical entrance exam saw over 2.4 million candidates vying for admission to undergraduate courses.

“Certain cases of alleged irregularities, cheating, impersonation and malpractice have been reported in NEET-UG which was conducted on May 5,” a senior education ministry official said.

Two out of six exam toppers were awarded scores of 718  and 719 due to the compensatory marks. The marking scheme led to a huge uproar across the nation.

Therefore, the Ministry of Education has requested the CBI to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the entire gamut of alleged irregularities, including conspiracy, cheating, impersonation, breach of trust, and destruction of evidence by candidates, institutes, and middlemen, including attempted irregularities.

The Ministry has also requested CBI for investigation into the role of public servants, if any, connected with the conduct of the examination and also into the entire gamut of events and the larger conspiracy.

CBI has accordingly registered a criminal case and initiated an investigation. Special teams have been formed by the CBI to investigate the matter on top priority. Special CBI teams are being sent to Patna and Godhra where local police cases have been registered.

CBI Registered CASE in Public Pressure for NEET Exam Scam

The irregularities led to massive protests by students and other organisations and ultimately forced the NTA to give clarification on the issue. The NTA clarified that 1563 candidates from six centres were distributed the wrong papers, whereas a few candidates got torn OMR sheets, due to which they were awarded compensatory marks for the lost time.


The Ministry of Education has formed a top-level committee of experts to suggest reforms in how exams are conducted, enhance data security protocols, and improve the National Testing Agency’s operations. Led by former ISRO chairman Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, the 7-member committee aims to submit its recommendations to the ministry within the next two months.

“To ensure transparent, smooth and fair conduct of examinations through the National Testing Agency (NTA), the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education constituted a High-Level Committee of Experts to make recommendations on reform in the mechanism of examination process improvement in data security protocols and the structure and functioning of National Testing Agency,” the ministry said

NEET-UG exam today

Amid the ongoing controversy over irregularities in the NEET examination, the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted NEET-UG re-examination for 1563 candidates who were affected by time loss.

The NEET-UG re-examination time for students is three hours, and the examination time is from 2 pm to 5:20 pm. The NEET-UG 2024 re-examination result will likely to be announced on June 30, 2024. Earlier, the UG medical entrance test was conducted for lakhs of students on May 5. The result of the NEET-UG 2024 exam was declared on June 4.

Soon after the result announcement, the toppers’ list and the marks distribution raised questions on the examination conducted by NTA.

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