NTA NEET UG: 813 candidates appeared in the exam again latest news today in hindi

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Latest Updated 24/06/2024: NTA conducted the re-examination on Sunday for 1,563 students who received grace marks in the Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG), but only 813 students appeared. NTA officials gave this information.

A senior NTA official said that at least 52 percent of the students appeared in the examination. After the order of the Supreme Court, the examination was conducted again at seven centers. It had centers in Balod and Dantewada (Chhattisgarh), Surat (Gujarat), Shillong (Meghalaya), Bahadurgarh and Jhajjar (Haryana) and Chandigarh. In fact, in the NEET-UG examination held on May 5, students at these six centers had complained of loss of time, after which NTA gave them grace marks. After the controversy, the examination was conducted again for a total of 1563 students. 

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The examination was conducted from 2 pm to 5:20 pm on Sunday. During this, adequate security arrangements were made at all the centers. Meanwhile, the NTA on Sunday barred 17 candidates from the exam who had appeared for the exam on May 5 at centres in Bihar.

According to officials, these 17 candidates were barred from appearing in the exam after malpractice was detected. St Joseph Senior Secondary School in Sector 44, Chandigarh was made a centre for two students who were taking the NEET exam. According to school officials, the two students did not arrive for the exam till 1:30 pm, after which the gate was closed.

How many students reached where

State/District | Present Students | Absent Students

  • Chandigarh | 0 | 2
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Balod | 115 | 70
  • Dantewada | 176 | 241
  • Gujarat, Surat | 1 | 0
  • Haryana
  • Jhajjar | 178 | 134
  • Mahendragarh | 109 | 73
  • Meghalaya, Tura | 234 | 230

NTA's website and portal completely safe

National Examination Agency (NTA) officials on Sunday claimed that their website and all other web portals are completely safe. The news of them being hacked is false and misleading. This clarification of NTA has come amid the ongoing controversy over alleged irregularities in competitive examinations including NEET-UG and UGC-NET. The senior official said, NTA's website and all its web portals are completely safe.