NEET UG Result: ‘No Evidence Of Paper Leak; Will Implement What The Court Decides’, Says Dharmendra Pradhan

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Thursday said that allegations of corruption in the NEET UG exam are unfounded and there is no evidence of a paper leak. On controversies revolving around grace marks, Dharmendra Pradhan said, “Culprits will be punished. The model used for more than 1500 candidates was recommended by the court. Let the court’s decision come. We will implement whatever the court decides.”

The Government of India and the NTA are committed to providing justice to the students, he said. The committee formed by the National Testing Agency informed the Supreme Court on Thursday that 1,563 students who were given grace marks will be given the option to take a re-test on June 23.