NEET Question Paper Leaked Day Before Exam?

Just a day before the medical entrance exam, social media was abuzz with reports that one of the NEET 2021 exam papers had been leaked. Various social media platforms such as Twitter have been inundated with reactions to an alleged medical school admissions scandal. Reports surfaced after a news channel broadcast an episode of an investigation revealing a mafia behind the same.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) dismissed rumors of a leaked question paper on the NEET medical entrance exam on Friday. The response came after viral social media posts claimed to be leaked ahead of the realization of NEET (PG) on September 11 and NEET (UG) on September 12.

India TV Digital has contacted the testing agency to ask questions regarding an alleged leak of the medical entry question document.

“This is a fake. Students are advised not to believe such news,” NTA chief executive Vineet Joshi told India TV Digital.

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It must be noted that the NEET (PG) will be held on September 11 and NEET (UG) on September 12. The NTA’s reassurance comes as a breather for students who were in panic after the paper leak rumor.

Here’s what social media users said: 

Rumors may have surfaced on social media as the NTA reissued new admission cards for NEET UG 2021 on Thursday. However, the NTA added that the revised admission cards were released as some students were faced with problems with postcard images.

It should be noted that the NEET question document was reportedly leaked in 2017 and five people were reportedly arrested in this case. The incident occurred as a group of people used to promise admissions to students in medical schools under management quota, according to the 2017 police investigation.

The report on the leaked question paper comes after some students protested on social media for the postponement of NEET-UG 2021 to October. After the Supreme Court dismissed the request to postpone the medical examination, the NTA said the examination would take place on schedule on September 12.

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