AIPMT 2015 Re-test: Report in open slippers and not the shoes, says CBSE dress code
Ashish Jha, 10 Jul 2015, #NEET
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CBSE has asked candidates to appear for AIPMT Retest on July 25 in open slippers and not the shoes. According to the CBSE, which is conducting AIPMT afresh following a Supreme Court order, open slippers is part of the dress code which candidates need to follow for appearing in the Re-test. In further specifications, the exam conducting authority asked candidates to report their exam centres in "light clothes with half sleeves Shirt/T-Shirt/Kurta not having big buttons, brooch or any badge, flower and Trouser/Salwar.”

The CBSE also announced a slew of measures which it termed necessary for “smooth and fair conduct of the examination” and warned candidates to obey the same. “In case, your ward is found disobeying any of the above instructions will not be allowed to enter the examination centre and appear in the examination,” the CBSE said addressing parents of AIPMT applicants.

Water bottle, wallet, watch, tabeez not allowed

 

Water Bottle, wallet, watch are also among the list of articles that should not be carried to the examination centres the exam board has notified. Candidates have also been asked to not wear goggles, handbags, hair Pin, hair Band, charm/tabeez, Belts, Cap, Scarf.

The CBSE said that those not following the dress code will not be allowed to appear in the AIPMT 2015 Re-test.

The stationary items prohibited for the test include textual material(printed or written),bits of papers, Geometry/Pencil Box, Plastic Pouch, Calculator, Pen, Scale, Writing  Pad, Pen Drives, Eraser, Calculator, log  Table, Electronic Pen/Scanner.

Also, communication devices like Mobile Phone, Bluetooth, Earphones, Microphone, Pager have been listed under the articles banned for appearing in the Re-test.

 

CBSE has been directed to re-conduct  the  AIPMT 2015 because of the report of use of unfair means during the conduct of this examination on May 3,2015. Accordingly the re-examination is scheduled for July 25.

 

Terming the AIPMT re-test exercise a result of “use of unfair means by some unscrupulous elements”, the exam authority also appealed to the parents to “stand up against this social  evil and support the CBSE in the smooth and fair conduct of this examination.”

 

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The CBSE also asked parents and candidates to ensure that following articles must be brought to the centre:

 

a) Admit Card along with passport size photograph affixed on it;

b) One Postcard Size Photograph affixed on the proforma and

c) One passport size photograph to be affixed on attendance sheet.

AIPMT 2015 Retest is scheduled to be conducted on July 25, 2015 as AIPMT 2015 conducted on May 3, 2015 has been cancelled by the Supreme Court due to leakage of answer keys.  Over 6.3 lakh medical aspirants are competing for 15% All India Quota seats in government medical and dental colleges which are filled on the basis of AIPMT annually.

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