AIPMT 2015: Rohtak not an exam centre anymore

AIPMT 2015: Rohtak not an exam centre anymore

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Rohtak not an AIPMT centre now Keeping in mind the All-India Pre-Dental and Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) paper leak incident in Rohtak, the CBSE has now decided to not keep it as an examination centre on July 25.

As many as 700 students received answer keys through mobile phones during the exam held on May 3, out which four members of the gang from the city were nabbed by a police team under the supervision of Rohtak range inspector Shrikant Jadhav. The police have not been informed about the reasons and is neither aware of the student’s centre for the re-examination, this time. 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.

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 practice will ensure that no communication device such as a Bluetooth is carried inside any examination hall.

The candidates will also have to go through a session of videography before appearing in the exam, besides centralized monitoring of CCTV cameras.

The CBSE authorities had also curtailed the number of centres for the recent National Eligibility Test (NET) and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) examination at Rohtak. The students at the Rohtak centre are now expected to give their re-test at the Delhi centre.

Keeping in mind the All-India Pre-Dental and Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) paper leak incident in Rohtak, the CBSE has now decided to not keep it as an examination centre on July 25.

As many as 700 students received answer keys through mobile phones during the exam held on May 3, out which four members of the gang from the city were nabbed by a police team under the supervision of Rohtak range inspector Shrikant Jadhav. The police have not been informed about the reasons and is neither aware of the student’s centre for the re-examination, this time. 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.

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 practice will ensure that no communication device such as a Bluetooth is carried inside any examination hall.

The candidates will also have to go through a session of videography before appearing in the exam, besides centralized monitoring of CCTV cameras.

The CBSE authorities had also curtailed the number of centres for the recent National Eligibility Test (NET) and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) examination at Rohtak. The students at the Rohtak centre are now expected to give their re-test at the Delhi centre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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