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Supreme Court Approves NTA's Decision to Revoke NEET UG Grace Marks

On June 13, the Supreme Court approved the National Testing Agency's (NTA) and the Union's decision to revoke the grace marks awarded to 1,563 candidates who did not have sufficient time to complete the NEET UG examination.
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These candidates are given the option to retake the exam if they choose. If they decide against retaking the exam, their scores without the grace marks will be considered their final NEET scores.

Also Read: NTA Clarification Regarding NEET (UG) 2024 Controversy, Cutoff Marks, Grace Marks!

The NTA also assured that the re-examination process and result declaration will be completed by July 1, with NEET UG counselling likely beginning on July 4. The re-exam is expected to be held on June 23, with results announced on June 30.

With this order, the court resolved the issue of grace or compensatory marks awarded in NEET UG. The matter concerning the cancellation of the NEET UG exam will be heard on July 8.

Also Read: Rise in NEET 2024 Category-wise Cutoff Marks!

The court emphasized that they do not intend to halt the UG medical seat counselling, as any decisions made during the counselling can be reversed if necessary.

Published date : 13 Jun 2024 12:16PM

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