After AIPMT Paper leak, Haryana cops want paper cancelled-Admission Jankari
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After AIPMT Paper leak, Haryana cops want paper cancelled

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Published : 07 May, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • The fate of about six lakh aspirants hangs in parity with the Haryana police prescribing that the All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Test (AIPMT) be scratched off. The officials had arrested four individuals from Rohtak on Monday including two dental specialists, a MBBS student and a businessman supposedly included in releasing the test question paper of the test held on Sunday.

    Senior police authorities told TOI on Tuesday that the gang had linkages with distinctive states including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan and it was best to wipe out the test. "It gives the idea that the exam system has fizzled which may deprive certified students of the nation from getting admission in medical institutions. It should to be suspended in light of a legitimate concern for equity," said Shrikant Jadhav, inspector general of police, Rohtak range.

    Examiners accept that the accused had succeeded in getting to one side answer key to the question paper. They have sent the answer key to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which leads AIPMT, for official confirmation about its authenticity.

    The examiners expect that since the answer key had been leaked, there was a high probability of it being flowed among numerous students. The accused had at first told the cops that they had circulated the responses to only nine students after they had promoised to pay between Rs 15 lakh and Rs 20 lakh.

    The genius of the gang Roop Kumar Dangi has still not been seized. Police authorities accept that he may have been included in such exercises for the recent years. "He runs his exercises mostly from Rajasthan however he has networks in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar," said a police official.

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