It has been accounted for that CBSE is yet to discount the charge paid against AIPMT 2015 answer key, which was released on 18 May 2015. On this, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) denies having any strong information for the measure of cash it has gotten amid the protest submitting.
The AIPMT 2015 was hung on 3 May and on 18 May 2015 the answer key for it was released. The last date to profit the answer key was 20 May 2015 and from 21 to 23 May 2015 the OMR sheets was shown. Inside of the showcase length of time, aspirants were permitted to challenge both, the answer key and the OMR. To do as such, aspirants were obliged to submit Rs. 1000. According to the rules, CBSE should discount the expense sum if aspirant’s complaint was acknowledged by the Board.
Before CBSE could released the result AIPMT, the paper was scrapped and was re-directed on 25 July 2015. Presently, the understudies are guaranteeing that the Board ought to pay the protest expense back on the grounds that the examination was scrapped and they never came to knew which answer was right or inaccurate.
A nearby academician Arvind Goyal has documented a RTI against it, however CBSE essentially overlooked the matter by expressing that it has no record of the got cash.
"Imperative data is not accessible with the CBSE and it is not needed in the bigger hobby", CBSE's reaction.
The announcement by CBSE appears to be untrue on the grounds that the Board has specific channels to get the expense. Likewise, if AIPMT would not have been wiped out it would have discounted the expense of the applicants whose protests may have been acknowledged and to do as such, it more likely than not been keeping up a database.
"In the event that the aspirants have presented the cash through the channel specified by the CBSE on its site, then how is it conceivable that the board does not have any record of the measure of cash it gotten? Any exam which influences almost 5.75 lakh aspirants from all over India is certainly an issue of bigger open premium… … "The record of cash submitted for the complaints by the aspirants ought to be so obviously kept up that if the same understudy documents protest for the AIPMT retest, he/she ought not be charged once more. Whatever is left of the understudies who presented the cash before and did not be record any complaints this time ought to be discounted".- Added Goyal
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