NTA NEET Question Paper Leak News – Has NEET-UG Paper Leaked? Will NTA cancel and re-conduct NEET 2021?. The question paper of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET 2021) is said to have been leaked in Jaipur. The National Eligibility Entrance Examination, NEET 2021 for admission to UG courses in medical and dental colleges was conducted on 12th September 2021. NEET Admit Card was released in the first week of September 2021.
Just two days before the exam, A youth from Rajasthan took a photo of the leaked NEET Question Paper and sent it to 2 friends in Sikar. DCP Richa Tomar informed the media that leaked paper was found in the accused’s phone and a total of 8 persons including a female have been caught by the Jaipur Police.
NEET Paper Leak News – Has Questions for NEET-UG Leaked Online?
|Has NEET 2021 Paper Leaked?||Yes|
|Where was the paper leaked?||RIET, Jaipur and Sikar|
|Total Accused so far||08|
|Question Paper Price||₹35 Lakh|
All these 8 students who have been caught in the NEET Paper Leak incident, had their exam centre in Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and Technology (RIET), Jaipur. Following are the major accused in the NEET 2021 Leak case:
- Ram Singh: Academy owner in Bansur
- Anil Yadav: e-Mitro owner
- Dhaneshwari: An aspirant. Niece of Anil Yadav’s Neighbour,
- Pankaj Yadav and Sandeep: Paper Solver
- Mukesh Samota: RIET Owner
- Sunil Rinwan and Dinesh Beniwal: NEET Aspirants from Sikar
CBI conducting raids in JEE Main Fraud
Earlier, there was a case of fraud in JEE Main examination. A private coaching institute had allegedly hacked an examination centre. According to the CBI investigation, hackers used to sit in a distant place on behalf of the students and try to take the exam. As per the CBI probe, coaching centres were demanding ₹12 to ₹15 lakh per student.
Officials had said that CBI teams conducted raids at 19 locations in the national capital region, Pune, Jamshedpur, Indore and Bengaluru.
CBI spokesperson Mr Joshi said, “During the raid, 25 laptops, seven pcs (private computers), about 30 cheques of the later date, as well as a large number of objectionable documents/equipment including the marks table of PDC (provisional degree certificate) of various students, were recovered.”
Important Guidelines for NEET-UG Paper 2021
- In view of the protection from the epidemic, all candidates at the examination centre maintained social distancing.
- No candidate was allowed to enter the examination centre without a face mask.
- The temperature of all the candidates at the entrance was checked with thermometer guns.
- In case of fever or covid symptoms, they were allotted a separate room and take the exam.
- The NEET Ug 2021 exam was monitored with CCTV cameras.
- A candidate who didn’t follow the Covid-19 advisory wasn’t allowed to appear for the examination under any circumstances.
- Candidates were asked to check the detailed guidelines thoroughly before reaching the examination centre.