AIPMT 2015: CBSE to take strict measures on the day of exam

Strict measures to be undertaken to avoid cheating at AIPMT exam day.

The official notice for the All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Test (AIPMT) re-examination mentioning the July 25 as the date, was announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education.  The exam will be held from 10 am to 1 pm.

The candidates who will appear for the AIPMT will be receiving details such as centre of examination and roll numbers through E-mail and SMS service. The admit cards they’ll receive will also have a detailed lists of the dos and donts. The new admit cards that will be issued will also have the photograph of the candidate in a different place than the previous one, to make sure that there is no misuse of the old admit cards.

The candidates, on the day of the exam, will have to undergo strict frisking measures before the exam commences. The invigilators have been instructed to check the ears of all the candidates with the help of torchlight. This practise will ensure that no communication device such as a Bluetooth is carried inside any examination hall. The test-takers will be directed to wear clothes and shoes of the similar colour. The candidates will also not be allowed to wear jackets.

A written letter has been sent to the Home Ministry by the Central Board of Secondary Education seeking paramilitary forces at the test centres to ensure tight security. The local police is also being deployed to maintain decorum.

The declaration of results of the AIPMT was scheduled to be on June 5 but was marred by a paper-leak where as many as 700 students received answer keys through mobile phones during the exam held on May 3. The results of the examination will be declared by August 17. The new academic session was scheduled to begin on August 1 but with the date of exam extended, the academic year is also set to be delayed.

AIPMT is conducted every year for admissions into the medical and dental courses across universities in the country.