ABVP protests at NTA Headquarters against NEET-UG exam 2024 irregularities

Chhatrashakti Desk

New Delhi – On Monday, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad held a massive protest at the National Testing Agency headquarters in Okhla, Delhi, against widespread irregularities in the recently announced NEET-UG 2024 results. ABVP demanded a CBI investigation into the matter and called for various necessary steps to ensure transparency in all examinations conducted by the NTA.

NTA recently released the NEET-UG 2024 exam results. The released results showed widespread irregularities. In the results, 67 students have secured the first position, with 7 of these students coming from the same centre in Haryana. There are also allegations of paper leaks. Considering these issues, ABVP protested at the NTA headquarters and demanded a CBI investigation, to public clear information on students awarded grace marks, increased security at exam centers, the conduct of exams at government centers, and the appointment of government-appointed invigilators at exam centers.

ABVP National Secretary,Shivangi Kharwal, said that, observing the irregularities over recent times, it seems that the NTA has become a corrupt institution. Almost every examination conducted by the agency has had some irregularity. The fact that 67 students secured the first rank, with 7 from the same center, cannot be a coincidence. This indicates that the institution is somehow operating with corruption. We demand a CBI investigation and have also put forth other detailed demands in the memorendum for a fair and trasparent conduction of examinations to ensure such situations must not arise again.

ABVP Delhi State Secretary, Harsh Attri, said that the widespread irregularities in the recently released NEET-UG results indicate how the NTA is working irregularly and in a corrupt manner. Today, we have held a protest in front of the NTA headquarters regarding these irregularities in the NEET-UG exam and have demanded from NTA to promptly address these irregularities.

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ABVP National Secretary and Former National Convener of Medivision, Virendra Singh Solanki and Delhi University Students Union Secretary Aparajita were present during the protest along with hundreds of students.