The National Testing Agency informed the Supreme Court that it would rely on the IIT Madras report during the proceedings on alleged irregularities in NEET-UG 2024. A fresh affidavit by the Centre stated no mass malpractice or abnormal scores in the exam, with data analytics by IIT Madras showing a typical bell-shaped marks distribution. However, 47 candidates from Patna and Godhra are suspected of involvement in paper leaks. Viral videos claiming to show leaked questions were deemed fake by the NTA. The Centre's affidavit noted an increase in scores, especially between 550 and 720 marks, and announced that the NEET-UG 2024 counselling process would begin in the third week of July.

Source- ANI