Friday, January 12, 2018

NEET PG 2018 Cheating Scam

NEET PG 2018 became a nightmare for around 12 medicos, who missed their exam due to mismanagement at exam center.
Another blow after that is when, Dr. Anand Rai exposed mass level cheating scam again this year in NEET PG.

Medicos, who reached on time for the exam but due to mismanagement at exam centre at Mundka Delhi, they were denied entry. Nearly, 12 students have lost one year due to mismanagement of officials conducting the exams at the Mundka centre on Sunday. 

Students alleged that they were shocked when they were denied entry into the exam hall despite having reached on time. Two exams were held at the Mundka centre on that day. The reporting time was from 7:30 to 9:30 am. The students said that they had reached at 8:30 am. One exam was of MBA (XLRI) while the other one was for NEET-PG. 

There was no signboard indicating the entrance of gates. In addition to this, the students said that they had reached before the reporting time but were not allowed to enter the hall and were rather misguided. Meanwhile, medical students had also alleged that they were asked to enter the centre from a different gate, which was at quite a distance. When they reached that gate, they were told that it was the entry gate for the students appearing for MBA exam. When they ran back to the gate from where they were asked to, they were denied entry as the reporting time had passed. The students made several requests to those deployed there but all went in vain. The staff deployed informed that since the biometric admission had closed, so they could not let anyone to enter the exam room. The staff also allegedly misbehaved with the students. 




Police have registered the students' complaint against the centre. All the students seemed clueless about whom they should approach for entry. "More shockingly, misbehavior of the staffs and wrong information marred the students' one year," Dr Akansha Singh said who was to appear MD-MS exam.

Vivek Chowksey, President, Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA)-India, has raised the matter with union health minister JP Nadda while raising a letter against such a careless act.

As this was not enough, Dr. Anand Rai also tweeted that there was a large scale cheating scam happened in NEET PG 2018 exam in which few employees of exam conducting authority fixed the paper for a huge amount of money,.






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