Sc Sets Aside Pre-Medical Exam (Aipmt) 2015, Over 6.3 Lakh Aspiring Students Will Have To Take Fresh Test
AIPMT 2015 is an entrance test conducted on national level which highlights the 15% merit positions in the Medical/Dental Colleges of India under the administrative and supervision of the Supreme Court & the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India within intervals. This year, AIPMT 2015 has been under scanner for mass speculations, inversely affecting the appearing aspirants in literal ways.
The Supreme Court of India has announced the cancellation of 2015 All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) results declaration today, i.e. 15th June 2015, and has requested the assigned board, CBSE, to conduct the entrance again after 4 weeks respectively under crucial supervision and check. The Supreme Court has taken the decision of re-conducting CBSE's All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) against the milieu related to unfair means and indiscretions during the test premises directed in May 2015.
Nearly 6.3 lakh students will be framed to appear in the entrance again, whereas according to the new-found update, only 44 students were charged with unfair beneficiaries. The students are very much in distress, as this exam might steal their chance of attaining admissions in reputed medical colleges. Also, there might be a pressure arising related to syllabus completion as the time limit would not match up.
Supreme Court is actively involved in this case, and is individually supervising the conduction and observing every crucial detail about the appearing candidates, making sure that even a single entry via discrepant means would "vitiate" the "purity" of the test.