New Delhi: Concerned with the menace of fake agents posing as representatives of National Testing Agency (NTA) giving false assurance to arrange admission in medical colleges through unfair means, the agency has issued an alert for all the MBBS aspirants.
The alert is in pursuance of the complaint received by the NTA that some unscrupulous elements are claiming that they can arrange the admission in a desired medical college by manipulating the OMR sheet of the Candidate of NEET.
There could be many more such unscrupulous elements who might be contacting the candidates of NEET (UG), posing as NTA Staff/Representative(s) with false assurance to arrange admission in Medical Colleges through unfair means. There are some media/ social media reports also about the same. Also Read – MBBS, BDS Admissions: Aspirants approach court seeking seats under defence personnel category Advertisement In this background, the NTA clarified: NTA does not have access to the phone number or email of the candidates.
Hence, the question of association of the officials of NTA with any such unscrupulous elements or their engagement in any such activity does not arise. No communication is/ can be done by the NTA regarding anyone’s result/ rank at this point of time. Further, any communication about score card/ rank/ etc. of the candidates will be done through the official websites ( www.nta.ac.in and ntaneet.ac.in ) only. It is also clarified that NTA’s role is limited to inviting online application for NEET (UG) – 2020, conducting the entrance test, declaring the result, and providing All India Rank to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India. The NTA has no role in the process for admission to any Medical College in the country or abroad.