National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) has been in the headlines since it was announced, it has always been a reason for controversy. Now, students have filed a complaint in the Supreme Court for NEET re-examination as on 24th July' 16 a news came in that question paper of NEET II was leaked and five students were arrested.
But CBSE-Central Board of Secondary Education, the conducting body denied the accusation and said the question paper found was completely different from the original question paper.
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Students refuse to believe it and that is why Anshul Sharma has filed the plea of re-examination.
Following things were confiscated by the police that is the basis of this plea:
- Questions Papers
- A lot of cash
- Post dated cheques of lakhs of rupees
As per the data are given by Central Board, NEET was conducted as per the statement released by the Board, a total of 4,75,785 candidates registered for the exam. Out of the total, 90 percent i.e. 4,28,206 students took the examination so, re-examination will be a little tricky to hold.
The result of NEET will be declared on 16th August '16 if a re-examination is not scheduled.