The latest SC order has finally given some clarity to all the medical aspirants across the country. The Supreme Court on Friday gave CBSE time till August 17 to direct and pronounce the final results of All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) for medicinal and dental courses for the 2015-16 academic session.
A get-away seat of Justice RK Agrawal and Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre augmented time till August 17 after Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the court that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) required three months time to re-lead the examination, refering to different logistical troubles including accessibility of 1,050 examination focus and invigilators.
Additionally telling the court that CBSE required time to set up the inquiry papers, he said that because of summer excursions, instructors were on leave and there were viable troubles in directing the exam in four weeks time as requested by the court by its June 15 request.
As Rohatgi said that regularly CBSE required almost seven months time to direct the exam and was looking for three months time just, the court watched that in the "past everything was done in one month. We are living in a period of innovation and everything is conceivable at this point".
He said that other than 1,050 examination focuses everywhere throughout the nation, the CBSE required educators, invigilators and security strengths for the behavior of the examination.
The court by its June 15 request had crossed out the AIPMT examination hung on May 3 taking after the break of the inquiry paper and course of the answer keys through electronic gadgets over 10 states in the nation, watching that the exam was rendered "useless by a modest bunch of components looking to harvest undue monetary profit by subjecting the procedure to their underhanded moves".
While requesting the re-behavior of the examination, the court had noticed that on past events, "such kind of examination had been held again inside of a time of one month".