IMA welcomes government’s ‘prompt response’ over NEET-UG paper leak concerns

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) expressed its gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other key ministers for their response to concerns surrounding the NEET UG examination controversies. IMA in a press release welcomed the government’s decision to transfer the investigation of alleged irregularities in the NEET UG exams to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The association commended the government’s removal of the Director General of the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the appointment of Shri Pradeep Kumar Kharoka as the new Director General.
IMA also appreciated the introduction of stringent laws aimed at combating malpractice and irregularities in competitive exams, which include penalties of up to 10 years of imprisonment and a minimum fine of Rs 1 crore for offenders involved in organized examination crimes.

Press release IMA

“The present students are the future of India, and it is crucial that important competitive examinations are conducted with the utmost diligence and confidentiality,” said IMA. The association believes that the difficulties faced by NEET PG students are part of the necessary reforms initiated by the government, and it hopes for the implementation of a robust mechanism to ensure the integrity of future exams.
The IMA urged the government to expedite the counseling process for admissions in medical and dental courses to ensure timely commencement. The association reiterated its support for the government’s efforts and expressed hope for a secure future for the next generation of students.


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