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NEET-PG Entrance Exam Delayed Due to Paper Leak Controversy, New Dates Coming Soon

The National Board of Examination's NEET-PG Entrance Examination, a critical milestone for medical students, has been postponed as a precautionary measure amidst concerns over the integrity of certain competitive exams. The Health Ministry has assured students that fresh examination dates will be announced promptly.

 
NEET-PG Entrance Exam Delayed Due to Paper Leak Controversy, New Dates Coming Soon

The National Board of Examination's NEET-PG Entrance Examination, a critical milestone for medical students, has been postponed as a precautionary measure amidst concerns over the integrity of certain competitive exams. The Health Ministry has assured students that fresh examination dates will be announced promptly.
NEET-PG Entrance Exam Delayed Due to Paper Leak Controversy, New Dates Coming Soon

Reasons for Postponement:
In light of recent allegations questioning the integrity of competitive examinations, the Health Ministry has decided to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the processes governing the NEET-PG Entrance Examination. This proactive step aims to uphold the sanctity and fairness of the examination process.

Official Statement:
The Health Ministry issued an official statement expressing regret over the inconvenience caused to students due to the postponement. Emphasizing that this decision is taken in the students' best interests, the ministry reiterated its commitment to maintaining the integrity of the examination system.

Opposition's Response:
Opposition leaders have criticized the government for the postponement, citing it as another instance of the administration's failure in managing examinations effectively. Congress leader Jairam Ramesh and NCP Spokesperson Clyde Crasto expressed concerns over the continuous disruptions in the examination process and called for accountability from the Education Department.

Congress Leader's Critique:
Congress leader Pawan Khera highlighted the government's inability to conduct exams efficiently, pointing out the lack of trust among the youth. He questioned the accountability for the examination disruptions and demanded clarity on the investigation into malpractices.