Eight People Arrested in Jaipur for Allegedly NEET Exam Paper Leak

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NEET Paper Leak

Eight people have been arrested in Jaipur for allegedly leaking the NEET exam paper. Authorities confirmed the leak after rumors of a NEET paper leak before Sunday’s exam. All eight people arrested are from an examination center in Jaipur, and they are being interrogated to find out how the papers leaked.

It is not the first time this had happened, with three other cases reported last year when students got their hands on copies of question papers ahead of exams.

There will be no re-examination for those who took it today or yesterday, but if you register for one next week, then you’ll need to retake it.

The NEET is a national-level medical entrance test where students test their knowledge of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

The CBSE board conducts it for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in India. There are around 11 lakh candidates who take this exam every year with an average success rate of 0.05%.

The authorities take various measures to ensure that students don’t cheat in exams, with CCTV cameras installed at exam centers and metal detectors used for physical searches. Some of these include:

  • Metal detector tests (before entering an examination hall)
  • Personalized OMR sheets (for exams with a pen)
  • CCTV cameras installed at examination centers

Earlier today, the police arrested eight people in Jaipur for reportedly leaking NEET papers. After rumors of a paper leak spread before Sunday’s exam, the case was confirmed, and authorities apprehended all eight suspects immediately from an examination center in Jaipur.

The leak is not the first one to happen, as there were three other cases last year. Those who took NEET today or yesterday will be fine, but those registered for a re-exam next week will have to retake it if they want to appear in it.

This exam is taken by around 11 lakhs students annually and with an average success rate of 0.05%, which isn’t great at all!

There are various measures taken by authorities such as metal detector tests (before entering an examination hall), personalized OMR sheet usage (for exams that require pens) and CCTV cameras installed at examination centers.

Earlier this morning, eight people were arrested in Jaipur after allegedly leaking the NEET paper leak. Authorities confirmed the leak after rumors spread before Sunday’s test, apprehending all eight suspects immediately from an examination center in Jaipur.

The leak is not the first one to happen, as three other cases were reported last year when students got their hands on copies of question papers ahead of exams.

Those who took NEET today or yesterday will be fine, but those registered for a re-exam next week must retake it if they want to appear in it since authorities won’t provide another chance.

This national medical entrance test takes place annually with around 11 lakhs candidates and has an average success rate of 0.05%.

The CBSE board conducts it, and authorities take various measures such as metal detector tests (before entering an examination hall), personalized OMR sheet usage (for exams that require pens) and CCTV cameras installed at examination centers.

All these were confirmed today when the police arrested eight people in Jaipur for leak NEET papers.

After rumors of a NEET paper leak spread before Sunday’s exam, authorities immediately apprehended all suspects from an examination center in Jaipur, where was an incident confirmed to have happened.

A thorough investigation by the authorities revealed that the leak was not new as three other cases had been reported there last week and that those registered for re-examination next week would have to take it again. It will be seen as the authorities are not offering another opportunity.

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