NEET 2024: A protester said the NEET UG controversy risks aspiring doctors' futures.
NEET 2024
A protester asserted that the NEET UG controversy
jeopardizes the future of many aspiring doctors.

Protests broke out near the West Bengal Higher Education Department's headquarters in Salt Lake over alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG medical entrance exam and delays in admissions to state-run colleges. Members of the All India Democratic Students' Organisation (AIDSO) gathered, chanting slogans and marching towards Bikas Bhavan, but were stopped and dispersed by the police.

One protester claimed that the future of many aspiring doctors is at risk due to the NEET-UG controversy. He also highlighted the growing frustration among students, as state-run college admissions have yet to begin a month after the higher secondary results were announced, while private colleges have already started their process.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan refuted allegations of a paper leak in NEET-UG, asserting that there is no evidence to substantiate these claims. The Centre informed the Supreme Court that the decision to grant grace marks to 1,563 NEET-UG 2024 candidates for MBBS, BDS, and other courses has been rescinded. These candidates will now have the option to retake the exam on June 23.

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