AISA protests over alleged UGC-NET Hindi paper leak

The Left-affiliated All India Student Association held a protest at UGC headquarters against the alleged leak of UGC-NET Hindi paper in Kurukshetra. AISA activists and students gathered at headquarters to raise slogans for the immediate repeal of the National Testing Agency tender on exams. In a memorandum submitted to the UGC Additional Secretary, they said: “ The Indian Student Association wishes to emphasize the demand for an independent investigation into the recent trend of paper leaks in general and the Hindi UGC NET document that was leaked in Kurukshetra . ” The UGC NET examination being conducted by the private and autonomous NTA is to be performed by UGC once again under full responsibility to the public. The NET exam for Hindi should be taken once again at the earliest possible date, ” he said.

Meanwhile, students from various educational institutions, including DU, condemned the alleged “brutal attack on doctors by Delhi police.” An event was organized at the Delhi University College of Arts to express themselves alone with resident physicians protesting the delay in counseling from NEET PG.

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