AIPMT 2015 results announced on August 17
Govind Kumar, 17 Aug 2015, #NEET
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AIPMT 2015 Result has been declared on August 17 by the examination authority Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The AIPMT retest was conducted on July 25. The topper of the AIPMT Retest has scored a total of 695 marks.  According to officials, the cut-off marks for open category is 453.  


 According to CBSE, the AIPMT result 2015 has been declared only for those candidates who have scored qualifying marks in the entrance examination. The minimum cut off marks to qualify AIPMT 2015 entrance exam is 50 % for general category candidates. The AIPMT Result sheet carries candidate’s name, roll number and marks scored in each of the three subjects- Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The result will also mark candidate’s rank for 15% All India Quota Seats and separate All India PMT rank.


On the basis of AIPMT 2015 result, CBSE has also prepared merit list of the eligible and successful candidates. Accordingly, candidates will be called in AIPMT 2015 counselling for admission to the 15 % of total seats in the Government Medical/Dental Colleges of India excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir. 


The retest was necessitated after the Supreme Court on June 15, 2015 had cancelled AIPMT 2015 exam due to 'answer key leak' during the exam. The Apex Court had annulled the All India Pre- Medical Entrance Exam after multiple hearing on the petitions filed by parents as well as students demanding re-examination of the coveted medical entrance examination of India. The court had also directed to declare AIPMT 2015 result by August 17, 2015.

The AIPMT 2015 retest was conducted on July 25 amid tight security and strict exam guidelines issued by CBSE. Around 2 lakh candidates did not appear for AIPMT 2015 retest. According to a official sources, a total of 422859 candidates took the retest out of a total 632625 registered applicants. Read the full story here.

AIPMT 2015 retest highlights:


As per the AIPMT 2015 re-exam guidelines, no candidates were allowed to take any materials expect their retest admit card inside the test centres. Candidates were asked to remove items like brooch or any badge, hair pin, hair band, belts, cap, scarf, watch etc. before entering to the exam centres. Water bottles and wallets were also not allowed into the examination centres. They were asked to go through multiple frisking layers before entering into the examination hall. Read the full story here.

Majority of test takers, whom Careers360 spoke to, found the difficulty level of the exam was similar to that of the previous exam though a few topics had easier questions compared to the AIPMT 2015 exam conducted on May 3. Read the full story here.


AIPMT 2015 is a national level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS seats under 15% All India Quota in Government medical and dental colleges of India excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir.

Mnay State Governments/Universities/Institutions voluntarily participate in AIPMT 2015 and accept AIPMT 2015 merit list for admission in their Medical Colleges/Dental Colleges.


AIPMT 2015 results will be the basis for admission to approximately 3200 MBBS and 300 BDS seats in 150 Government Medical and 30 Dental Colleges of India respectively. 


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