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AIPMT – 2015
In compliance with the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi would be conducting the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test, for the academic session 2015-16. This entrance test is being conducted for the 15% merit positions in the Medical/Dental Colleges of India as specified in the directives of the Supreme Court and will be governed by the rules and regulations specified for the same by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India from time to time.
There are also State Governments/Universities/Institutions voluntarily participating in the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test – 2015 for using its merit list for admission in the Medical Colleges/Dental Colleges against seats under their control.
The responsibility of the CBSE is limited to the conduct of the entrance test, declaration of result and providing merit list to the DGHS and participating States/Universities/Institutions.
The counselling for successful candidates under 15% All India Quota seats is conducted by the DGHS and the Counselling for admission in seats under the control of other participating States/Universities/Institutions shall be conducted by their respective Authorities.
CBSE AIPMT 2015 Exams Details
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CBSE AIPMT 2015 New Exams Dates
After the Supreme Court asked the CBSE to re-conduct the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) exams, it was announced on Monday that the exams will be conducted on July 25, 2015.
On June 15, the SC had scrapped the AIPMT 2015 and had ordered the CBSE to re-conduct examinations in four weeks.
The apex court had directed the re-examination in view of large-scale cheating in the test with students getting answers in the examination hall at many places.
CBSE, had earlier said, “6.3 lakh students cannot be made to take the exam afresh when only 44 students have been found involved in taking benefits through unfair means.”
A bench of justices R K Agrawal and A M Sapre decided to take up the petition of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) after Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar mentioned the matter before it.
On Thursday the SC had heard a petition by CBSE that it was impossible to conduct the re-examinations within four weeks. Kumar told the apex court that it is impossible to re-conduct the exam within the time frame decided by the Supreme Court. He said that the board (CBSE) was overburdened with work of conducting seven exams simultaneously and it needed at least three months time to conduct the exam afresh.
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to extend time for CBSE to conduct All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT). It has also directed the CBSE to announce the results by August 16, 2015.
They have allowed CBSE an extension, but the overall extension, including declaration of results is August 16. This includes holding of exams and declaration of results. The CBSE had wanted four months, but that has been disallowed by the Court as the honourable Court has made an observation that they are aware of the new academic session to commence at the right time.