NEET Scam 2024| NTA Scam 2024

NEET Scam 2024 | NTA Scam 2024

NEET Scam 2024 | NTA Scam 2024

The NEET scam 2024 refers to the controversy surrounding the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2024 results. According to reports, 67 candidates secured the All India Rank 1, and many students scored full marks (720) in the exam, leading to allegations of a paper leak scam.

a paper leak scam was revealed in Bihar, where 13 people, including four examinees and their family members, were arrested for their alleged involvement in the paper leak. The Economic Offences Unit (EOU) of Bihar Police revealed that brokers involved in the scam took between Rs 30 lakh to Rs 50 lakh from each of the medical aspirants in exchange for providing them with the question paper ahead of the examination.

The last year’s cut-off for NEET UG 2023 :

General category: 720-137
General-PH category: 720-137
SC category: 136-107
ST category: 136-107
OBC category: 136-107
SC/ST/OBC-PH category: 120-107

The NEET 2024 cut-off :

General category: 720-164
SC/ST/OBC category: 163-129
General-PH category: 163-146
SC/OBC-PH category: 145-129
ST-PH category: 141-129

How can we say there is a scam?Here is a table that defines us what is difference between this year or last year.

Marks     CUTOFF      Ranks ( This Year)

720  –   1 to 39

710  –  604

700  –  2100

690   –  4500

680   —  9000

Difference between 2023 and 2024

2023 year

670  –  2713

660  –  4499

2024 year

671  –  13357

661  –  20000

And why did this happen?

There are 4 main reasons for this:

  • Syllabus not defined
  • Paper leak
  • Bonus/Grace Marks
  • 718,719 ranks

The National Testing Agency (NTA) clarified that candidates were awarded grace marks to address the loss of time faced by candidates during the examination on May 5, 2024. This led to some candidates scoring 718 or 719 marks. However, many people, including doctors and health activists, have expressed doubts about the NTA’s clarification and have demanded more information on the process of awarding grace marks.

The NEET 2024 syllabus has been revised and released by the National Medical Commission (NMC). The syllabus has been reduced, with 9 chapters deleted from chemistry and 6 chapters deleted from biology. Additionally, 5 sub-topics have been added in physics and biology.

The NEET exam will be conducted for a total of 720 marks, with 360 marks for biology, 180 marks for physics, and 180 marks for chemistry.

Experts have expressed concerns about the reduction of the syllabus, calling it “unscientific”. Additionally, there is confusion among students and coaching centers about the release of the syllabus by NMC instead of the National Testing Agency (NTA).

The NEET 2024 paper leak is a major concern this year. With 67 candidates scoring a perfect score of 720 out of 720 marks, many are questioning the integrity of the exam. The extremely high cut-off has raised suspicions, and some are even asking if the result was declared purposely before the plea was filed in the Supreme Court. A plea was filed on June 1 in the Supreme Court alleging that the May 5 NEET paper was leaked, and the student has approached the SC, asking for a re-conduct of the paper.

PIL (Public Interest Litigation) was also filed before the Supreme Court regarding the NEET paper leak scam.


As concerned parents and citizens, we are shocked and outraged by the recent NEET 2024 results, which have raised serious questions about the integrity of the exam. The unusually high number of perfect scores and the suspiciously high cut-off have led many to believe that the exam was compromised.

We demand a thorough investigation into the allegations of paper leak and manipulation of results. It is the responsibility of the authorities to ensure the fairness and transparency of the exam, and we will not stand idly by while the future of our children is compromised.

We request all parents and concerned citizens to come forward and support our demand for a re-conduct of the NEET 2024 exam.

  • Share your concerns and experiences on social media using the hashtag #NEETScam
  • Reach out to your local representatives and education authorities to demand action
  • Join us in peaceful protests and rallies to raise awareness about this issue
  • Sign our petition to the Ministry of Education and the National Testing Agency (NTA) to re-conduct the exam

Together, we can make a difference and ensure that our children get the fair chance they deserve. Let us stand united and demand justice for our children.

Join the movement and let your voice be heard!

#NEETScam #JusticeForStudents #FairnessInEducation

Official website –

Also read –I 6 migliori posti da visitare in estate in India

Also read – Investors lost Rs 45 thousand crores in the stock market on june 4,2024 due to election

1 thought on “NEET Scam 2024| NTA Scam 2024”

Leave a Comment

Call Now Button
× How can I help you?