Cancelling the All India Pre-Medical Test 2015, the Supreme Court has asked the Central Board of Secondary Education to conduct a fresh test within a period of four weeks. In the AIPMT 2015, more than 6.3 lakhs medical aspirant had appeared the examination.
The SC bench had, earlier, asked Haryana police to file a fresh report indicating the number of beneficiaries of the alleged irregularities in the pre-medical examination.
On June 12, the Supreme Court had reserved its verdict on pleas seeking to re-conduct the All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) over alleged large scale irregularities in the test held on 3rd May.
More than 6.3 lakhs medical aspirant have to appear for the fresh examination.
The verdict was passed by the vacation bench of Justices RK Agrawal and Amitava Roy which ruled on a batch of petitions seeking re-conduct of the AIPMT following the leak of the question paper and other irregularities at different examination centres across 10 states.