The association said the answer scripts were exclusively in the administration's custody and such a leak could not have happened without its notice.
"It is shocking to hear the claims that some are in possession of last year's JNUEE answer scripts," Kidwai said in a release.
JNUTA also said the "human error", according to Tandon Committee report, was caused not by faculty members.
"There was a three-member committee set up and there were discrepancies. But I am not disclosing the outcome," Tandon told PTI.
She also refused to have divulged any information regarding this.
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