In a notification issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), today (23 June 2015), it has been decided that the All India Pre-Medical/ Pre-Dental Test 2015 (AIPMT) examination will be re-conducted again on 25th July, 2015 (Saturday). This has been notified in view of the cancellation of the earlier AIPMT 2015 test (which was held on 3 May 2015) by the Supreme Court by its order dated 15 June 2015 [read full judgment]. As reported earlier, the AIPMT was cancelled by the Supreme Court due to allegations of large-scale irregularities in the test, leading to paper leak, etc.
CBSE has also notified that no fresh applications will be accepted for this re-test and it will be only be a re-examination in respect of the candidates who had applied earlier within the stipulated time from 01/12/2014 to 31/01/2015 with requisite fee, when the main AIPMT 2015 was to be conducted.
Candidates have been advised to be in touch with the AIPMT website. All eligible candidates have also been requested to ensure functioning of their e-mail ID’s and mobile numbers given while submitting their applications in order to receive the updates issued by the CBSE from time to time.
See our full coverage on AIPMT paper leak case on Tilak Marg:
- Supreme Court extends time for retest of AIPMT 2015 and directs CBSE to declare results by 17 August 2015.
- AIPMT retest – CBSE seeks more time from Supreme Court to conduct re-exam.
- AIPMT re-examination may not be possible before November 2015, CBSE may approach Supreme Court.
- AIPMT Judgment: Tanvi Sarwal v. Central Board of Secondary Education, Supreme Court Judgment, 15 June 2015.
- 15 June – AIPMT exam cancelled by Supreme Court, re-test to be conducted by CBSE within 4 weeks.
- 12 June – AIPMT paper leak – re-exam – Supreme Court to deliver its judgment on 15 June – Stay to Continue till then.
- AIPMT results declaration stay extended till 12 June by Supreme Court: 8 June 2015.
- 3 June: AIPMT paper leak re-exam : Supreme Court stays declaration of results by CBSE till 10 June.
- Supreme Court issues Notice over Cancellation of All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) over alleged paper leak in Haryana
- SC asks Haryana Police to identify beneficiaries of All India Pre-Medical Test paper leak
- Supreme Court does not order re-examination for AIPMT at this stage as investigation in paper leak continues