‘Gujarati answers, non-Gujarati candidates’: The NEET cheat sheet at 2 centres

Students from ‘thousands of kilometres away’ were made to pick centres in Gujarat through an alleged racket, suggest the investigations so far.

WrittenBy:Sumedha Mittal
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Several NEET-UG candidates from other states were allegedly asked to pick Gujarati as their language to enable two Gujarati individuals part of the exam process to fill out their answer sheets. These candidates were also allegedly told to show their permanent address in Gujarat, but they were from Odisha, Bihar, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

This is what the CBI’s probe into a “larger conspiracy” with “interstate links” involving a paper leak – at two exam centres in Gujarat’s Panchmahal and Kheda districts – suggests. 

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