Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has debarred as many as 47 candidates from appearing in AIPMT for lifetime on account of their involvement in cheating cases which led to cancellation of the national level medical entrance exams by Supreme Court. Following a Supreme Court order, the CBSE is conducting All-India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental (AIPMT) afresh on July 25, 2015.
According to the CBSE, FIR has been lodged in many cases and police action is being taken against all the 47 candidates for using unfair means including “possession of electronic communication device during conduct of AIPMT 2015 exam on May 3.”
“These candidates were found indulged in the unfair means practices in the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Test-2015 conducted on 3rd may, 2015. These candidates have been debarred permanently from appearing in the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Test,” the CBSE said.
Further, the exam conducting authority has also warned AIPMT applicants to not get indulged in any unfair means during the AIPMT Retest scheduled on July 25, 2015. “If a candidate is found indulged they will be debarred from taking this examination permanently in future and shall also be liable for criminal action and /or any other action as deem fit by the board,” the CBSE said.
Among the 47 banned candidates, 21 have been identified by Rohtak Police as “beneficiary of using unfair means” during AIPMT 2015 exam on May 3, 2015. The remaining 26 candidates were found guilty for possession of electronic communication device during conduct of the AIPMT 2015 exam on May 3, 2015.
Taking strict measures towards conducting a firm test, the CBSE has also taken a slew of strict measure for the testing day on July 25.
The candidates have been asked to report in open slippers and not the shoes. The board has also issued a dress code for the AIPMT examinees. The candidates have been asked to “wear light clothes with half sleeves shirts, T-shirts, kurtas not having big buttons, brooch, badge or flower; trousers and salwars”. Further, candidates have also been restricted from carrying articles like watch, wallet tabeez etc to the exam centre. Read the full story here.
The exam conducting authority has also asked candidates to report the exam centre 2 hours in advance to make themselves available for compulsory physical frisking before entering examination hall. Read full story here.
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Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. You haven't mentioned your Category. BDS seats are filled through 15% All India Counselling and 85% State Counselling. Now not all the Top Dental Colleges are in the same State which means for the Colleges that are not in your State, you have to appear for All India Counselling. Then the cut offs will be relatively higher. All in all, to speak in generic terms, if you belong to General Category, you will need atleast 550 and if you belong to Reserved Categories, you will need 500.
AIIMS doesn't have BDS Course. It has MBBS, PG courses, Nursing Course and Post Basic Nursing course. But it doesn't have BDS. And for PG courses, AIIMS has AIIMS PG and for B.Sc courses, it has its own Entrance examination. But for admission to MBBS, NEET is the entrance examination. Admissions are conducted through All India Counselling for admission to all the 15 branches of AIIMS.
In NEET the number of questions are 180 with total marks 720 and in physics 45 questions, chemistry 45 questions and in biology it is 90 questions.
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Your qualification code will be 02 and not 04. Though you are pursuing your BDS, your Highest qualification is 12th. And BDS doesn't have Physics, Chemistry and Biology as subjects and so it cannot be considered as the relevant highest qualification. So your qualification code will be 02.
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