NEET 2021 Paper Leak
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, or NEET 2021, is set for tomorrow, September 12, 2021, for undergraduate admissions to medical and dentistry colleges. Rumours of a leaked NEET 2021 question paper have surfaced on social media days before the exam, causing anxiety and fear. Here's all you need to know about why #OperationNEET is trending on Twitter and whether or not NEET 2021 will be rescheduled.
Before proceeding, students should be aware that there has been no report of the NEET 2021 question paper being leaked. These are rumours, and the NEET UG 2021 examination will take place on September 12, 2021, as planned. It is recommended that students remain concentrated during this period.
After a purported "sting operation" by a media outlet, the hashtag "operation NEET" began to trend on Twitter yesterday. The station claims to have unearthed a connection of cheating mafias operating in Rajasthan in the two-hour report. The Operation NEET sting operation alleges the names of a few individuals who allegedly charge hopefuls lakhs of rupees in exchange for medical seats in government or private medical colleges.
According to the study, a SC-ST seat costs between 25 and 30 lakhs, while a General Category seat costs between 60 and 70 lakhs. In the video, the offenders are also seen outlining the steps they will take to achieve the same. The probe was said to have taken place in November, but the year has not been revealed.
The answer is an unequivocal No. While more information on the accusations made in the media storey is needed, there is no reason to suppose the question paper has been leaked or the exam has been postponed. A few people are calling for the exam to be postponed, but no formal notice has been issued yet.
It should be mentioned that the media outlet claims in the report that the people in question have already been apprehended by the police. An investigation is reportedly ongoing. As the day progresses, expect more developments. There has been no official confirmation of the claims made, nor has there been any official statement published by the authorities, police, or any other party involved. More information will be released when it became available.
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