NEET 2020 Result Correct, NTA Condemns Media for Fake News

Simran Saini
Simran SainiPublished On: October 21, 2020 | NEET UG

NTA assures the candidates that NEET 2020 result announced on October 16 are correct and condemns media for fake news. NTA has issued an official notification regarding the same.

NEET 2020 Result Correct

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released a press release clarifying that the NEET 2020 Result which was released on October 16 is correct and there will be no changes in the same. It further informed that the result of NEET 2020 was released after thorough scrutiny and medical aspirants should not believe the media as it is fake news.

NTA gave the clarification as the rumors were going around in the media that a certain candidate with 329 marks has challenged the NEET 2020 Result following which his score in the exam was revised to 650 from 329. Referring to this news as fake, NTA has clarified that such an incident did not happen and the news is totally fake. NTA further goes on to say that before broadcasting such news, the news channel should have confirmed the same from NTA. It has reported the news as one-sided and fabricated.

In the same press release, NTA has mentioned that parents/ students have been sending emails regarding errors in the answered marked on the OMR Sheets on the exam day and those available online. Many have also raised concerns regarding the variation in the scorecard which was released on October 16 and the one available now. NTA has assured that all the genuine concerns/ grievances will be addressed in time.

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