23 July 2024
713 Marks In NEET 2024 Maharashtra

On Tuesday, June 4, 2024, the result of NEET examinations was released and the National Testing Agency (NTA) issued the list of this year’s toppers. In an unexpected turn of events, a student raised his voice over the allegedly giving grace marks to a student from Maharashtra which contradicts point number 2 of NTA’s notice in which NTA mentioned that the grace marks were given to students of particular states which exclude Maharashtra and the student who was allegedly given grace marks in NEET-2024 is from Maharashtra. Eventually, this story turned everyone’s eyeballs and started a whirlwind across the country by claiming 713 marks in NEET 2024 Maharashtra. What happened will only be known after an official response from NTA but what students have claimed about 713 marks in NEET 2024 Maharashtra has been explained comprehensibly in the following sections. You are suggested to go through the article till the end.

Controversy Erupts Over Alleged Grace Marks in NEET 2024 for Maharashtra Student

Following the declaration of the NEET-2024 result, a controversy began on the internet as a post on Quora claims a female student from Maharashtra was allegedly compensated with grace marks despite the National Testing Agency announcing that the grace marks were only compensated to the students of Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, and Chattisgarh in its point number 2 of press release on June 6, 2024, regarding the queries of candidates on NEET (UG) 2024 result declared on Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

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For the unversed, the examinations for NEET (UG) 2024 were conducted by NTA on May 5, 2024, across the country at 4750 centers in 571 cities, and over 24 lakh students appeared in the exam. Following the declaration of the NEET (UG) 2024 Result, students from various parts of the country raised queries regarding the results declared on June 4, 2024, the National Testing Agency became compelled to address some issues and give clarifications. The first point of NTA’s press release on June 6, 2024, was the Cut-off of NEET (UG) 2024 which is based on the overall performance of the aspirants since 2020. Over the years, the cutoff for the NEET (UG) exam has significantly increased which directly reflects the soaring competition among the students. In 2024, the candidates have set the standard of NEET (UG) 2024 quite higher, resulting in higher average marks than the previous year. This year, the average mark out of 720 to qualify is 323.55, and the minimum to qualify in the UR category is 164.

713 Marks In NEET 2024 Maharashtra

The second point of NTA’s press release issued on June 6, 2024, was regarding the compensatory marks for loss of time. This point refers to that candidates of Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, and Chhattisgarh filed petitions at the high courts of their respective states to raise concern for the loss of time on May 5, 2024, at a few exam centers during the conduct of NEET (UG) 2024. Meanwhile, the Grievance Redressal Committee looked into the matter and decided to compensate the grace marks to the aforementioned states’ students who appeared in the NEET (UG) 2024 examination. As there was no mention of Maharashtra for the consideration of grace marks in NTA’s release, one girl is said to have received the grace marks as her score is 713 out of 720 in NEET (UG) 2024.

The girl from Maharashtra who was allegedly compensated grace marks is named Anushka Devkate and her score in NEET (UG) 2024 is said to be 713 out of 720. People who have raised queries about Anushka Devkate’s marks in NEET (UG) 2024 believe it is not possible to score 713 without receiving grace marks. They suspected something wrong with Anushka Devkate’s marks. However, Anushka Devkate’s marks have been only learned from the post shared by Rajshri Shahu Mahavidhyalay. Her enrollment number is not known, which would verify if she really scored 713 out of 720 marks. Stay tuned to this website for more details.

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