​Controversial NTA made a big statement about the website, said it was hacked…

​Controversial NTA made a big statement about the website, said it was hacked…

National Testing Agency: NTA has rejected the reports of hacking of its website and portal, calling them completely safe. However, due to allegations of examination irregularities, the Ministry of Education has formed a committee to review the NTA and recommend reforms.

NTA officials have rejected the reports of hacking of its website and portals. Officials say that the website and all web portals are completely safe. The reports of hacking or tampering are false. The website and other web portals of the National Testing Agency (NTA) are completely safe. The reports of hacking are false.

"ltr" lang="en">NTA website, all its other web portals are fully secure; information that they have been compromised or hacked wrong: Officials

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) June 23, 2024

Constitution of Panel

This clarification comes amid the ongoing controversy over alleged irregularities in competitive examinations. The Ministry of Education constituted a panel to review the functioning of the NTA, recommend examination reforms and ensure data security.

How did NTA come under the scanner?

In fact, questions are being raised on the National Testing Agency since the release of the score card of NEET UG Exam 2024. A total of 67 candidates topped the exam this time. Which later led to a ruckus. Later the matter reached the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, the agency had given grace marks to the candidates who got less time. It was decided to conduct a re-examination for them. After which the number of NEET UG toppers decreased. Today the exam was conducted again for 1563 candidates. In which only 813 candidates appeared. However, the controversy regarding the matter continues."gmail_default">​

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