The rand card letters for the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-dental Entrance Test (AIPMT 2015) has been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Candidates who have cleared the examination are required to download their rank card letters online which are available on the official site of AIPMT 2015.
To obtain rank card letters, candidates should follow the following steps:
- Go to www.aipmt.nic.in
- Click on 'Rank Letter'
- Enter your registration number
- Enter your roll number
- Insert your date of birth
- Click on 'Submit'
The candidates are required to download and take a printout of the rank letter displayed on the screen.
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Candidates are required to check the notifications regurlarly on the CBSE websites, www.cbse.nic.in and www.aipmt.nic.in, as well as Ministry of Health and Family Welfare website, www.mohfw.nic.in till completion of the undergraduate admission process. All details regarding any additional result, counselling schedule, instructions etc. will be displayed on these sites.
AIPMT is conducted every year for admissions into the medical and dental courses across the country. The competitive exam offers 15 percent merit positions in medical and dental colleges all over India. Certain state governments, universities and institutions also participate in this examination, in order to use the AIPMT merit list for admission into the medical and dental colleges against the seats under the respective state's control.
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The AIPMT re-exam was conducted on July 25 in 1,065 centres across the country. A total of 6,32,625 candidates appeared for the exam. The results of the competitive exam were declared on August 17, approximately 64,000 candidates cleared the exam, out of which 32,862 were male and 32,073 were female.
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. 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.