The medical aspirants across the country are in for a tough time in the coming few days. The Central Board of Secondary Education said on Monday that it will approach the SC to look for more opportunity to direct AIPMT 2015, saying it is unrealistic to lead the retest in four weeks.
The board said that it will move the summit court to clarify that the test-planning for AIPMT takes seven months.
The SC on Monday scratched off the AIPMT 2015 and requested CBSE to hold the retest inside of four weeks.
More than 6.3 lakhs took the test led by CBSE on May 3, 2015.
Addressing the Times of India, Satbir Bedi, administering director, CBSE, said: "It is not doable to direct such an exam in a month time. We begin readiness for the AIMPT from August. At least seven months is required for planning."
Prior, the SC seat had requested that Haryana police document a new report showing the quantity of recipients of the claimed inconsistencies in the premedical examination taking after charges of paper hole.
The CBSE at first precluded the occurrences from securing break. The SC additionally requested that the police distinguish however many hopefuls as could be expected under the circumstances who had been profited from the claimed hole.
The board was planned to announce the outcomes on June 5, which the SC remained.
On Monday, the court requested that CBSE hold the retest inside of four weeks while scratching off the test hung on May 3.
As indicated by Bedi, the board will meet and choose the future approach, while out rightly saying that retest in four weeks is unrealistic. "The load up will disclose to the court that additional time will be expected to lead the exam."
As indicated by sources in AIMPT cell in CBSE, the soonest the board can direct the exam will be in November 2015.