The Kerala High Court on Friday requested the Joint Director of National Testing Agency (NTA) to allow a candidate to confirm the first OMR sheet and calculation sheet within the National Qualification cum Entrance Test (NEET), in presence of officials.
Justice N Nagaresh coordinated the solicitor to seem with her guardians before the authorities inside two weeks.
“In see of the peculiar facts and circumstances of the case, it is coordinated that the applicant in conjunction with her guardians can be show before the Joint Chief of the 2nd respondent organization (NTA) inside two weeks. In case the solicitor produces a duplicate of this arrange, the respondents or the Joint Chief, as the case may be, should allow the applicant to confirm the initial OMR sheet and calculation sheet within the nearness of the officials.
The Court was settling upon a supplication recorded by a candidate who gone to the NEET-UG 2021 exam, looking for a order to NTA to create the first OMR reply sheets some time recently the Court and to re-evaluate her reply sheets based on the given reply key.
The applicant was show in individual before the Court on Thursday and conceded the individual subtle elements showing up on the OMR sheet but emphatically debated the sections seen on the bubbling portion.
According to the solicitor, she had endeavoured much more questions than what shows up on the OMR sheet. She depended on the test booklet which is delivered before the court to form her submissions.
Appropriately, it was encouraged that she be permitted to confirm the first OMR sheet since agreeing to her, the duplicate of the OMR sheet that has been created before this Court does not unveil the genuine state of affairs.
The matter will be taken up following on 29th November.
Senior Advocate George Poonthottam and Advocates Nisha George and Chithra P George showed up for the petitioner. Recently, another candidate had complained of control in her NEET OMR reply sheet. This matter is still pending before the Bench, and an enquiry has been ordered into the same.
Case Title: Aswathi P v. Union of India