The CBSE on Thursday told the Supreme Court that it was unrealistic to re-direct All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) within of a month as coordinated by the court and looked for three months time to hold the test.
The Supreme Court on Monday cancelled this year's AIPMT, thinking that it fixed by tech-adroit aspirants who swindled in the examination by getting responses to inquiries through electronic gadgets they snuck into test focuses the nation over. Around 6.3 lakh medical aspiring candidates showed up at 1,050 inside the nation over on May 3.
Specialist general Ranjit Kumar told a seat of Justices R K Agrawal and A M Sapre that the whole procedure of re-directing the exam will take no less than three months. Consenting to give a dire hearing on CBSE's request, the seat posted the case for Friday.
AIPMT is the gateway for admission to 15% of seats in all center government medical college and taking an interest state government medicinal college.
The new academic session which was booked to start from August 1 will be deferred if CBSE neglects to hold the examination inside of a month. The summit court, while scratching off the exam, turned down the request of the Board which had communicated its trouble to lead the exam without prior warning.
The Court had noticed that on past events such kind of examinations had been held over again inside of a time of one month and guided the Board to finish the errand inside of four weeks.
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