Amid the ongoing controversy over the results of NEET-UG 2024, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday said that the government is committed to protecting the interests of students. Addressing a press conference, he said that the NEET-UG 2024 will not be cancelled as of now and that the government will be forming a high-level committee to probe the matter. Emphasising a firm stance on transparency, he affirmed, "We will not compromise on transparency of the examination." 

"The government is going to form a high-level committee which will be investigating several issues pertaining to the NTA. Recommendations will be expected from that high-level committee to further improve NTA, its structure, functioning, examination process, transparency and data security protocol. We are committed to zero error exam," Pradhan said at the press conference after the Opposition demanded answers from the Modi-led government

over the NEET issue.

The Education Minister said that it will not compromise on transparency and is committed to protecting the interests of the students. "...I want to assure everyone that the government is committed to protecting the interests of students. We will not compromise on transparency...," Pradhan said. Speaking about the reports of the 'paper leak' from Patna, Pradhan said, "In the context of the NEET exam, we are in touch with Bihar government. We are receiving some information from Patna.

Police Police are investigating and a detailed report will be submitted by them. Following credible information, strict action will be taken against the guilty." Pradhan however said that the incident in Bihar is an isolated one and it should not affect other students. "One isolated incident (Bihar paper leak) should not affect lakhs of students who took the exam sincerely," the Education Minister said.
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