NEET 2016: Understand Supreme Court’s Order in 10 easy points.

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to modify its April 28 order making NEET mandatory for admission to undergraduate medical courses across the country for the academic year 2016-2017. Here, the Supreme Court order is explained in 10 easy-to-understand points:- Continue reading

AIPMT: Academician seeks ministry intervention on CBSE ‘no info’ reply

Following a ‘no information’ reply by CBSE on an RTI asking information about the refund of amount that candidates had deposited for filing objections in AIPMT question paper, an academician has written to ministry of human resource and development for necessary action. Many candidates had filed three to four objections, with each questions costing Rs 1,000. However, later the exam was cancelled by the Supreme Court.

Questioning CBSE’s reply that “requisite information is not available in the CBSE and is not in larger public interest”, Arvind Goyal who had filed the RTI application, stated, “If the students have submitted Rs 1,000 per objection filed through the required channel as mentioned by the CBSE on their website, then how is it possible that there is no record available for the amount of money remitted to CBSE through the objections filed? Continue reading

Re AIPMT Exam: Inside Examination Hall requirements as per CBSE Guidelines

AIPMT 2015 Re-Exam: Requirement list as per CBSE inside the Examination Hall

As we know that Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE Cancelled the AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test) Exam Conducted on 3 May, 2015 due to leakage of Answer keys. In Compliance of Order of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, CBSE cancelled the AIPMT Exam and ready to conduct AIPMT Re Test 2015 on 25th July, 2015 from 10 AM to 1 PM.

CBSE has provided various guidelines to be followed this time in order to keep strict compliance during examination. Special focus is on dress code to avoid any unfair practices. It is expected by all the aspirants to follow the rules mentioned in their admit cards, to ensure successful conduction of examination.

Following items are not allowed inside the Examination Hall: Continue reading