The Supreme Court on Monday directed the CBSE to re-conduct the AIPMT exam within four weeks' time.
The declaration has created panic among candidates, following which they have been approaching the CBSE board regularly in order to avail the dates of examination.
Panic-stricken candidates do not want to miss the counselling sessions, have also urged SC to withhold the counselling sessions of other medical colleges also.
Besides, they are also want to concentrate on revising for the AIPMT retest.
"CBSE needs to decide on the re-test soon as it helps to focus on their revision schedule and preparation for the re-test instead of being in the dark. The Ministry of Health can intervene and postpone the counselling session of other private medical colleges." said one of the candidate.
According to TOI "Students, who are under stress have to start their revision from the scratch. The CBSE board is not decisive about the dates has forced some of the candidates to join medical colleges of other countries."
Speaking on the issue CBSE officials said "CBSE will approach the SC seeking more time to re-conduct AIPMT 2015, as four weeks is not sufficient for the purpose."
"It will move the court, detailing the preparations needed for conducting AIPMT, which takes at least seven months. The earliest that the re-test can be held is November 2015," added the officials.