The prestigious JEE Mains examination which is a stepping stone for IITs and NITs came under the shadow of manipulation and cast the results in doubt, when the CBI booked a company called Affinity Education and its directors for solving questions for candidates using remote access in return for huge payments. The exam was taken online this year. 

This scam can affect all the students who have appeared for the exam, said stakeholders. Advocate Anubha Srivastava Sahai, who has been an integral part of many petitions filed by the JEE and NEET aspirants said that the exams should be conducted again to give a “fair chance” to the students who worked hard for the entrance. “This happens every year and other students who are preparing for 2-3 years and working hard suffer. The whole purpose is defeated. They should conduct the exam again to give a fair chance to all. This will have an impact on the merit list,” said the advocate.

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