NEET 2021 Paper Leak: Students Demand Re-exam, Investigation: The NEET paper leak was debunked ahead of the exam on Sunday, as per the reports. Following the reports of the case, it was proven in the court, and eight persons were detained in Jaipur. Reportedly, the paper began at 2:00 p.m. was leaked over WhatsApp.
The paper was leaked from the NEET exam centre at the Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and Technology (RIET) in Jaipur.
Dhaneshwari Yadav, one of the candidates, was sentenced to prison, while the others were remanded.
Navratna Swamy, the coaching director, was discovered to be the brains of the paper leak.
In exchange for Rs 35 lakh, the NEET paper leak matter was investigated.
As a result of recent news, NEET candidates have gone to Twitter to raise awareness about the issue. Candidates have urged a re-examination as well as a high-level investigation into the situation using the hashtag #neetleak.
This follows the recent JEE Main scam case in Sonipat, Haryana, in which an entire exam centre was allegedly hacked. According to sources, a private firm purportedly took the exam on behalf of students remotely for a fee of Rs15-20 lakh.
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Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and Technology (RIET) was one of the NEET examination centres, according to DCP Richa Tomar. Monday’s exam went from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. To apprehend the criminals, four police teams were organised.
One of the defendants, Ram Singh, stated that his acquaintance Navratna owns an academy in Bansur and his friend Anil Yadav owns E-Mitra. Dhaneshwari, the niece of his next-door neighbour Sunil Yadav, was the centre of RIET. After that, a deal was struck to send the paper for Rs 35 lakh. The paper was sent by photographing it on a cell phone. Her uncle, who was later caught, was sitting in the car with Rs 10 lakh.
Pankaj Yadav and Sandeep were the ones who got the questions solved and sent the answer sheet to Ram Singh and Mukesh Samota, the college administrator, who passed it on to Samota Dhaneshwari. Dhaneshwari’s question paper and answer sheet were seized by the police. Ram Singh was later found with the hardcopy.
Pankaj had received the document from Ram Singh and Mukesh Samota via mobile. Sunil Rinwan and Dinesh Beniwal in Sikar received that paper by mobile from Pankaj Yadav. The paper was leaked in Jaipur and Sikar after he had it solved by an experienced tutor. The police team has now gone for Sikar in order to apprehend Sunil and Dinesh.
NEET and JEE Main 2021 candidates have taken to social media with the hashtag #CBIforNEET, demanding a fair trial. They’ve also asked for a re-evaluation.
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FAQ for Neet 2021 Paper Leak
Q.1 What will happen to NEET 2021 Paper Leak?
Ans. Jaipur Police Arrest 8 people in this case.
Q. 2 Is NEET 2021 Canceled due to Paper leak/
Ans. No, NTA Refuses to do so.
Q.3 How Much NEET 2021 Paper Leak Impact Student Results?
Ans. Students want #CBIforNEET. it will delay the Results.