The results for the AIPMT re-exam 2015 will be declared on August 17, 2015. The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted the re-examination for AIPMT 2015 on July 25, 2015.
The All Indian Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) re-examination was conducted for medical and dental courses after the Supreme court cancelled the examination held on May 3, 2015 following the leak of the question paper.
Visit the AIPMT official website to access AIPMT 2015 results.
The final answer keys for AIPMT re-exam were released on August 13, 2015. The answer key was released online, at the official site of AIPMT (www.aipmt.nic.in) at 10 am on August 12. The candidates will have access to the same up till midnight on August 13. If the candidates find any discrepancy or mistake in the answer key, they can challenge the same in up till August 13.
If any candidate wishes to challenge the answer key, they can do so only through the online mode and within the prescribed time limit, offline requests and requests beyond the due time will not be accepted. Also, the candidates will be required to pay a fee of Rs 1,000 per answer that they challenge. If the candidate's objection is accepted, this fee will be refunded to them.
The OMR sheets were released on August 10, and followed a similar schedule. The candidates were allowed to access the OMR sheets from 10 am on August 10 up till midnight on August 11. They were allowed to raise any objection regarding the answer key up till midnight on August 11. The method of filing the objection shall remain online, and the fee per answer was Rs 1,000 again.
Dr Arvind Goyal, a Chandigarh-based AIPMT tutor had filed a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) seeking answer keys of the candidates. The candidates, as a result, will now have access to the scanned images of their OMR sheets and answer-keys by logging in through their Registration-ID.
In the most awaited verdict, the Supreme Court of India on June 16, 2015 cancelled the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) for the year 2015-16, and has directed CBSE to reconduct the exam.
The re-examination is ordered after police failed to track out all the erring students. The court said that entire exam process stood vitiated due to the cheating leaving it with no option but to scrap the exam.