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MPCC protests question leak in NET and NEET exam

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MPCC protests question leak in NET and NEET exam

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Imphal, June 21:

The Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) organized a protest against the recent question leak scandal in the NEET UG 2024 medical exam and the cancellation of the UGC NET.
Leading the protest, Akoijam Bimol, MP from Inner Manipur Parliamentary Constituency, has criticized “the recurrent leaks in NEET exams, highlighting the severe psychological impact on students who prepare for one or two years only to face such setbacks.” He emphasized that the National Testing Agency’s repeated mistakes necessitate government intervention to address the issue.
Akoijam Bimol has expressed concerns over the central government’s approach to education, noting that while India is a diverse country, “there is an attempt to impose a uniform culture and region.” He pointed out that education falls under the state list, yet the central government insists on common exams, which undermines the country’s diversity.
Keisham Meghachandra, President of MPCC, echoed these sentiments, condemning the question leaks in UGC exams and their demoralizing effect on students. He highlighted the difficulties of re-conducting exams in a country as vast as India and pointed to corruption and nepotism as underlying issues.
He has further denounced the NEET UG 2024 leak as unfair and unjust, calling for justice amid ongoing cases. He noted that the Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing on July 19, consolidating all the cases filed in different states under this directive. The situation has led to widespread student outrage, with tragic reports of some students committing suicide, Megha Chandra lamented, saying that “merit now seems secondary to money and power in competitive exams.”
The All India Congress Committee (AICC) is protesting across various states, demanding stringent measures to prevent future question leaks and ensure the integrity of these competitive examinations.

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