If anyone is in discussion in the country at present, it is the National Testing Agency. Since the release of the score card of NEET UG exam, lakhs of students across the country and political parties are on the streets in their support. The matter is in the Supreme Court and NTA has removed DG Subodh Kumar and appointed former IAS Pradeep Singh Kharola in his place. Apart from this, Anti Paper Leak Law has been brought to curb incidents like paper leaks in the country. Let us know what effect this law will have on students. Actually, apart from the news of NEET UG paper leak, UGC NET paper was also leaked in the past. After which the agency had canceled this examination. The Education Minister had told that the paper was leaked on the dark web. Apart from this, National Testing Agency postponed the examinations like CSIR UGC NET and NEET PG. Apart from this, incidents like paper leak have become common in some states across the country in recent times. After which now it seemed necessary to implement this law. The new law of the Central Government will be applicable against those who leak examination papers and tamper with the answer sheets. Under this law, the culprits may have to face at least 3-5 years in jail and a fine of up to Rs 10 lakh. People involved in organized crime can be sentenced to 5 to 10 years in prison. Along with this, a fine of at least Rs 1 crore can also be imposed. This law will help in stopping organized crime and punishing criminals. In this law, exemption has been given to children appearing in competitive examinations. The purpose of this bill is to stop those who are playing with the children and the future of the country by rigging. According to reports, the anti-paper leak law could be a positive step that will help in ensuring fairness and honesty of the examinations.