NEET-2021 Admission latest news: A three-member panel will review the alleged error in Hindi translation of a Physics question asked in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021, the Supreme Court of India ordered today.
A three-member panel will review an alleged error in Hindi translation of a physics question asked in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021, the Supreme Court of India ordered today. The top court said the Center will file an affidavit mentioning the result of the evaluation by the committee. The matter will be heard again on Tuesday, November 30.
A bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud was hearing a petition filed by a group of undergraduate medical candidates, who had requested the Supreme Court to direct the National Testing Agency (NTA) to re-release NEET results.
“We do not want to fail in Physics as we do not know anything about the subject and it will be better if it is examined by experts who also know both Hindi and English language.”
“SG during the course of hearing has submitted that for those who appeared in NEET UG, the question in English and Hindi shall be evaluated again by a committee consisting of 3 experts. After this has been done, an affidavit will be filed giving the result of the solution,” the Supreme Court Bench said.
Question No. 2 of Physics Vol (A) contained “Anomaly and Patent Error”. The petitioners submitted that the words “Amplitude of Current” have been omitted in the English to Hindi translation of the question and the candidates who attempted the question based on the Hindi translation gave a different answer.
The question put Hindi-speaking students in a “disadvantaged position”, “endangering their future”, he said.
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