The much awaited re-exam of the AIPMT examination was conducted last week. The CBSE on Saturday "effectively" conducted the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) after the Supreme Court scratched off the examination hung on May 3 taking after the hole of the inquiry paper.
"In consistence of the requests of the Supreme Court, the Central Board of Secondary Education led the AIPMT examination today (Saturday) effectively with no untoward episode," the board said in an announcement.
"An aggregate of 6,32,625 applicants were enrolled for this examination, out of which just 4,22,859 competitors downloaded the admit card for the examination. The examination was directed at 1,065 focuses in 50 urban areas all through the nation and abroad," it included.
The board said it made "strict security courses of action" to guarantee reasonable behavior of the examination and all applicants were searched before the test.
The summit court crossed out the May 3 examination taking after the break of the inquiry paper and flow of the answer keys through electronic gadgets over 10 states.
The court, by its June 15 decision, while dropping the examination hung on May 3, had given CBSE four weeks time to re-lead the examination and pronounce the outcome.