AIPGMEE 2014 Applicant Number Declines
This year there has been a decline in the total number of applicants in AIPGMEE as compared to last year. With the closing of AIPGMEE exam on December 6, 2014, Prometic and National Board of Examinations confirmed that a total number of 72,197 candidates enrolled for appearing in the test. Last year the figure stood at 90,000.
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The test was conducted in 38 cities and 71 test centres, wherein a network of 204 labs was set up for computer based testing.
Dr. Bipin Batra, Executive Director, National Board of Examinations said the examination centers did not face any technical glitches and the examination was carried out smoothly. He also confirmed that the result of the examination shall be announced as per the schedule.
It has been decided that the State Governments of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Kerala, Chhatisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and the Defence Institutions will use the merit list of the AIPGMEE for entry to the 50% State Government Quota of their seats.
The State Government of Jharkhand, Karnataka and Union Territory of Chandigarh shall also be utilizing the results of AIPGMEE. However, the test delivery had already begun and their candidates could not be accommodated.
Soumitra Roy, General Manager, Prometric India, said, “AIPGMEE is an important step for candidates wishing to become medical doctors and researchers, as well as the country’s health system, which must ensure the highest quality of medical professionals. Our role is to provide a secure, fair, accessible and high-quality exam to assess the merits of more than 70,000 people per year, and we are pleased to have provided this service to the National Board of Examinations in the short time, post-announcement, to delivery of AIPGMEE.”
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