Amid allegations regarding the leaks of NEET and NET papers, the central government has opened avenues for public suggestions on reforming the examination processes managed by the National Testing Agency (NTA). This initiative follows a high-level meeting convened by the Ministry of Education, which focuses on gathering input, views, and ideas from stakeholders. Stakeholders can submit their suggestions on the website, innovateindia.mygov.in.

“The Government of India has set up a high-level committee on June 22, 2024, chaired by Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, Former Chairman of ISRO and Chairman of the Board of Governors at IIT Kanpur. The committee includes members from government bodies, academia, and higher educational institutions,” reads the official website. 

“The committee’s mandate includes reforming the examination process, enhancing data security protocols, and reviewing the structure and operations of the National Testing Agency (NTA). The committee plans to solicit suggestions, views, and ideas from stakeholders, particularly students and parents, on these matters,” it further added.

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The government will accept suggestions and feedback till July 7. The committee, tasked with recommending reforms in the examination process, data security protocols, and the structure and functioning of the NTA, has been asked to submit its report to the Education Ministry within two months.

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Amid the controversy surrounding the NEET-UG and UGC-NET exams, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) registered a criminal case on Sunday to investigate alleged irregularities in the examination conducted by the NTA. The agency’s FIR cites certain “isolated incidents” that occurred in a few states during the NEET (UG) 2024 examination, held on May 5, 2024. Two suspects, Manish Prakash and Ashutosh, were arrested from Patna by the CBI on Thursday.

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