Phone Calls Claiming To Change NEET OMR Sheet Are Fake, Says NTA
New Delhi: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has said that the calls from people acting as officials and saying that they have the power to arrange admission in any medical college by manipulating the OMR sheet are fake. NTA called such callers ‘unscrupulous’.
NTA said In an official notice, “Posing as NTA staff or representatives with false assurances to arrange admission in medical colleges through unfair means” and if a student or parents receive such calls, they should file “a formal complaint with local police against such calls.”
The NTA denied any such links, and said in an official notice, “NTA does not have access to the phone number or email of candidates hence the question of any association of officials of NTA with any such unscrupulous elements or their arrangement in any such activity does not arise. No communication is/can be done by NTA regarding anyone’s result or rank at this point in time.”
The agency clarified that NTA has no role in the process of admission to any medical college in the country or abroad. The admissions in medical colleges are done on the basis of the NEET score after conducting counselling sessions by the Medical Council Committee (MCC).