Home Paper NEET UG: MBBS student used fake neet score card to get mbbs admission in up medical college court orders FIR – NEET: Girl took admission in MBBS by telling 585 marks in NEET, got stuck badly in 2nd year, case will be registered, Education News

NEET UG: MBBS student used fake neet score card to get mbbs admission in up medical college court orders FIR – NEET: Girl took admission in MBBS by telling 585 marks in NEET, got stuck badly in 2nd year, case will be registered, Education News

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The court has ordered to register a case against a girl who took admission in MBBS in a medical college of UP by showing fake score card of NEET. The Allahabad High Court has ordered the registration of an FIR against an MBBS student of Hapur-based Saraswati Institute of Medical Sciences for using forged documents in her application to get admission in the institute. The court gave this order during the hearing on the petition of MBBS student Madhavi Tiwari. Madhavi had filed a petition in the court demanding that the court direct the medical college to give her admission in the second year of MBBS so that she can resume her studies. In the petition, Madhavi said that she has passed the MBBS first year exam in the medical college but the medical college is not giving her admission in the second year. In response to the student’s petition, the medical college filed a counter affidavit in the court saying that Madhavi’s NEET score card and admit card have been found to be fake.

According to a news in Indian Express, in her petition, Madhavi Tiwari claimed that she scored 585 marks out of 720 in NEET. His overall percentile was 97.9650121 and NEET All India Rank was 27,493. The petitioner sought action against the college, saying he was given admission in the college because of his good score card. He also requested the court to direct the National Testing Agency (NTA) to allow him to continue his studies in any other medical college by treating him as a regular MBBS second year student.

A bench of Justice Salil Kumar Roy, in an order passed last month, said, “NTA Direct and the Principal Secretary, Ministry of Higher Education are directed to file an FIR against the petitioner and others involved in the matter within a month. ”

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On December 7, 2023, the High Court directed the NTA to form a high-level inquiry committee and submit its report before the next date of hearing. The committee said in its report that the petitioner refused to accept the notice and his lawyer also refused to accept the notice.

“The Inquiry Committee, after considering all the relevant records and the original OMR answer sheet, rejected the claim of the petitioner. The inquiry found that the documents attached with the petition were forged. The petitioner was awarded 585 marks out of 720,” the order said. Not found. The petitioner’s roll number was 4401204502 and application number was 200410010315 and not 4401205405 and 2005100010416 as stated by him.’ The inquiry committee said that the roll number which the petitioner was claiming as his own was allotted to some other candidate.

The committee further said, “The petitioner scored only 72 marks out of a total of 720 and his total percentile score was 23.7791920. His NEET All India Rank was 1041435. Rank was 322016.” The Committee further said that All India Quota rank 27,493 was allotted to another candidate Aparna Tiwari and not to the petitioner.

Following the High Court order, the petitioner approached the Supreme Court by filing an SLP. The apex court disposed of the SLP after the petitioner’s counsel withdrew it.