The All India Student Association (AISA), affiliated with the left, alleged that the Hindi document from the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) was leaked. AISA members and students demanded the immediate repeal of the National Testing Agency (NTA) tender on the exams. The student delegation also met with the UGC additional secretary and presented a memorandum.
According to the memo, AISA said it would like to emphasize the demand for an independent investigation into the general paper leaks which they have said has become “commonplace in the BJP regime” and the Hindi document UGC NET leaked which was held on December 26. Jind police also arrested some people whose phones the question paper was found on, the association said.
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AISA along with SFI not only demanded an investigation into the “recent trend” of paper leaks, but also said that the NTA must carry out the examination once again. “The UGC NET examination being conducted by the private and autonomous NTA should be performed by UGC once again under full responsibility to the public. The NET examination for Hindi should once again be conducted at the earliest possible date,” the memo said. .
Demonstration by AISA and others at UGC office regarding Hindi NET exam paper leak The student delegation met with the Additional Secretary and presented a memorandum.#HindiNETpapel pic.twitter.com/ZTwssrvT91
– AISA (@AISA_tweets) December 29, 2021
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Meanwhile, AISA, on the other hand, has also alleged that the Uttar Pradesh government is setting up mobile phones and tablets that are offered to students to collect data. According to the association, the government is building a surveillance and control structure in the name of distributing mobile phones and tablets to students. It is through UPDESCO that the state government has configured student phones, which is a complete “violation of privacy” and the owners were not asked for permission to do so, the association said.
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