Recently, Supreme Court said that it is yet to proclaim its decision on the supplications looking for re- test in the wake of the asserted answer key leak. The SC added that it wouldn’t like to take the choice in flurry and will settle soon on whether to re-direct the test.
On June 3, the Supreme Court had coordinated the CBSE to not announce the AIPMT results till June 10, watching that there were assertions of abnormalities in the examination. The board has decided to proclaim the results on June 5. But however, The Justices RK Agrawal and Amitava Roy of SC said that Supreme Court (SC) is now all set to release the results of All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) tomorrow, i.e. on June 12th, 2015.
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SC had requested that the Haryana police distinguish the precise number of recipients of spilled papers and document a report inside of a week. The SC additionally gave the Haryana police a week to locate the genuine recipients of the unlawful practices followed in the May 3 exam. The court needs these candidates to be distinguished so they can be excluded when the results are announced.
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Like every year, More than 6 lakh students have showed up for the AIPMT exam this year, which was spoiled by huge scale tricking. It was charged that the individuals who conned covered their telephones, Bluetooth gadgets and SIM cards, which had the answer key, in their underpants.
The investigating specialists advising the court that the answer keys of 123 questions were transmitted through 75 cellular telephones in states like Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Haryana. The SC is listening to a bunch of petitions looking for reconsideration. From the reports, the top court had said it would not favour reconsideration if the culprits were recognized.
The All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) is a yearly exam led by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in a few therapeutic universities around the nation. At present, 15% of the aggregate seats in all medicinal and dental universities keep running by the Union of India, state governments, metropolitan or other nearby dominant voices in India, aside from in the conditions of Andhra Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir, are saved for competitors who pass this examination.
OBC reservation is being actualized under government orders, yet just in central establishments, i.e., not in the majority of the schools secured under AIPMT. More than 2500 MBBS and give or take 400 dental seats are accessible through AIPMT, yet positions up to 3500 can sensibly seek after choice because of cover with other selection tests. 27% seats are held for OBCs.