NEET 2024 SC Hearing LIVE : SC Issues Notice to NTA, Denies Postponement of Counselling

NEET 2024 SC Hearing
11 June 2024, NEET 2024 SC Hearing

NEET 2024 SC Hearing : The Supreme Court is hearing a crucial petition today that calls for the cancellation of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2024 exam following serious allegations of a paper leak. The hearing will be conducted by a vacation bench comprising Justices Vikram Nath and Sandeep Mehta.

The petition, brought forward by concerned parties, asserts that the integrity of the NEET-UG 2024 examination has been compromised due to the alleged leak, potentially affecting the future of thousands of aspiring medical students. The petitioners are urging the court to annul the current results and mandate a re-examination to ensure a fair and transparent process.

NEET 2024 SC Hearing : LIVE UPDATE

11 AM : NEET 2024 SC Hearing.
11:15 AM : NTA Clarifies Viral Video Allegations Regarding NEET-UG 2024

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued an official clarification addressing the allegations made in a viral video by Ms. Ayushi Patel concerning her NEET (UG) 2024 results. The video claims discrepancies in her scoring and mentions that she received a torn OMR answer sheet.

NTA’s Clarification:

  • Integrity of OMR Sheets: NTA has firmly stated that no torn OMR answer sheet was sent from any official NTA ID. They assured that Ms. Patel’s OMR answer sheet remains intact and that her scores are accurate as per the official records.
  • Official Scorecards: NTA advises all candidates to download their scorecards only from the official website ( to ensure they are receiving legitimate and accurate information.


The viral video featuring Ms. Ayushi Patel has raised concerns among NEET aspirants and their families about potential discrepancies in the examination process. The NTA’s prompt response aims to address these concerns and maintain the credibility of the NEET examination.

11:20 : Supreme Court Seeks NTA’s Response on NEET-UG Exam Plea

The Supreme Court has demanded a response from the National Testing Agency (NTA) regarding a petition challenging the NEET-UG 2024 examination. The plea, which alleges serious irregularities and a potential paper leak, has raised concerns about the sanctity and fairness of the examination process. Justice Amanullah says “the sanctity has been affected, so we need answers” to respondents.

11:22 : Justice Nath Issue notice to NTA, ” in the meantime response will be filed by the NTA, lets the counselling start we are not stopping the counselling “
Conclusion, NEET 2024 SC Hearing :

The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the National Testing Agency (NTA) in response to a petition seeking the cancellation of the NEET-UG 2024 examination due to allegations of a paper leak. The court has requested the NTA to provide a detailed response to the allegations, and the matter has been scheduled for a hearing on July 8.

Implications : NEET 2024 SC Hearing

The outcome of this case could have significant implications for the NEET-UG 2024 examination and the admissions process for medical courses across the country. The NTA’s response and the court’s subsequent ruling will be crucial in addressing the concerns of students and ensuring the integrity of the examination system.

Ongoing Coverage, NEET 2024 SC Hearing :

For live updates and further developments on this case, stay connected with  Med College Darshan.

This issue continues to evolve, with the next major update expected on July 8, when the Supreme Court will review the NTA’s response and hear the associated pleas.

Related News:

The National Medical Organization (NMO) Bihar has issued a press release demanding the immediate cancellation and re-examination of the NEET UG 2024, citing significant concerns over alleged irregularities and scams in the examination process. The organization has highlighted several major issues that they believe compromise the integrity and fairness of the exam. (Continue Reading)

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