The Center informed the Supreme Court on Wednesday that neither “mass malpractice” nor the benefiting of a specific group of applicants locally could be linked to anomalous NEET UG 2024 results.

It said that IIT Madras carried out data analytics on the NEET-UG 2024 results, and according to the experts’ conclusions, the distribution of marks follows the bell-shaped curve that is seen in any large-scale test and indicates no irregularity.

The Center said in an additional statement submitted to the supreme court that, beginning in the third week of July, four rounds of counseling would be held for undergraduate seats in 2024–25.

The famous test’s administering organization, the National Testing Agency (NTA), has submitted a second supplementary document before the highest court, claiming to have examined the distribution of scores in NEET-UG 2024 at the national, state, city, and center levels.

In its affidavit, the NTA provided information about the system in place for guaranteeing the confidential printing, transportation, and distribution of question papers. “This analysis indicates that the distribution of marks is quite normal and there seems to be no extraneous factor, which would influence the distribution of marks,” the NTA stated.

A group of appeals concerning the contentious medical entrance exam NEET UG 2024, including those claiming anomalies and malpractices in the May 5 examination and requesting a directive to conduct it again, are set to be heard by a bench chaired by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud on Thursday.

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