NEET PG under scanner


eMediNexus    20 January 2018

Abstracted from Telegraph: East Singhbhum deputy commissioner on Friday ordered a probe into dubious phone calls asking local NEET candidates, who appeared for the all-India PG NEET medical entrance in the first week January, to fork out Rs 5 lakh for better ranks. The complaint lodged by Indian Medical Associations city chapter secretary Mrityunjay Singh on Thursday.

At least 10 candidates seeking entry into postgraduate medical courses in private and government institutions had received the call.

The deputy commissioner has asked SSP Mathew to get call detail records (CDRs) of the four mobile phone numbers from which calls were made to the candidates. The call numbers are 7370955495, 9007335911, 9934161248 and 8581058853.

Some of the students had recorded the conversations and made a CD.


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