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NEET-UG 2024 Re-Exam Result Declared on | Check Details Here

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The National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the result of the NEET-UG re-exam 2024. Candidates who appeared for the re-exam can now check their results on the official website: The re-examination was conducted on June 23, 2024, for 1563 candidates, with 813 of them taking the re-test. The NTA had released the answer keys for the re-exam on June 29, allowing candidates to download the provisional answer keys from the NEET website. Why was the NEET-UG Re-Exam Conducted? During the NEET-UG exam held on May 5, 1563 candidates across seven centers experienced delays due to the distribution of incorrect question papers. Initially, the NTA decided to grant grace marks to these affected candidates. However, this decision was later revoked following legal challenges in the Supreme Court. The Centre informed the top court that the grace marks were rescinded, and affected candidates were offered a re-examination. Candidates who chose not to take the re-exam would have their original scores, excluding any grace marks, considered final. NEET-UG 2024 The NEET-UG, conducted by the NTA on May 5, saw participation from approximately 24 lakh candidates. Although results were declared on June 4, the examination process faced scrutiny due to allegations of question paper leaks in Bihar and other irregularities across various states. The central government has faced criticism over these alleged irregularities. Candidates who appeared for the re-exam are encouraged to check their results promptly and ensure all necessary steps are taken for their admissions.  

EPFO Initiates Evaluation of Financial Implications for Higher Pensions Following Supreme Court Ruling

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The Employees’ Pension Fund Organisation (EPFO) has commenced the process of evaluating the financial implications of a Supreme Court ruling by issuing letters to individuals who have requested higher pension benefits. The EPFO is seeking a response of Rs 2,000 crore in this regard, marking the initial step in gauging the financial repercussions of the court’s decision. To assess the preliminary financial impact, the EPFO has employed an Actuary to make calculations based on specific assumptions. However, this actuarial assessment will be an ongoing process and will be conducted in batches of 50,000 demand letters sent out. A comprehensive evaluation will follow once all cases have been addressed. Additionally, the EPFO is in the process of establishing an actuarial department at its headquarters to ensure the use of realistic assumptions and to conduct thorough actuarial reviews of reports provided by the valuer or consulting actuary. In total, the EPFO has received 1.749 million applications for increased pension benefits, of which 629,000 have been reviewed. Among these, approximately 527,000 applications required the EPFO to contact employers for additional information or corrections, while around 3,618 forms were rejected. During a recent meeting of the EPFO’s Central Board of Trustees (CBT), it was noted that processing these applications is a time-consuming task, and the actuarial analysis can only be completed after addressing all applications, as per the CBT, which serves as the EPFO’s top decision-making body.