NEET, JEE aspirants’ data available on public domain, Bhopal medical student seeks CBI probe

Parvathi Benu reports:

In a complaint to the Central Bureau of Investigation, a medical student from Bhopal has accused 17 websites of leaking personal information of students who appeared for the Joint Entrance Examination and the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) (Undergraduate and Postgraduate). According to the complaint filed by Vivek Pandey, these websites also provide the data of CBSE students from classes VI to XII.

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