IPU CET MBBS 2015 revised result declared; 21 bonus marks awarded to all
Govind Kumar, 23 Jun 2015, #NEET
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Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) published the revised result of IPUCET MBBS 2015 on June 20, 2015 after rewarding 21 marks to all candidates who had appeared in the stage 2 exam held on May 23, 2015.

According to officials, in the revised IPU CET MBBS 2015 result, 3 marks have been awarded for each of the 7 questions after they were found to be incomplete. Many of these questions also carried typographical errors. The 7 questions, which include 4 from Physics and 3 from Chemistry, were dropped by a special committee which reviewed questions and answer keys  after complaints filed by students. Thus a total of 21 marks have been awarded to all candidates irrespective of their attempt to the 7 identified wrong questions.

Earlier, before the announcement of IPU CET MBBS 2015 stage 2 result, the examination authority had announced 15 marks to all candidates as they identified 5 questions with data/typographical errors. Amity University.

 

Later, in addition to the 5 erraneous questions, errors were found in a couple of more questions. Thus, a total of 21 marks for all the 7 erroneous questions were awrded to all candidates in the revised marking scheme and the same is reflected in the revised results, officials said.  

 

The expert committee also found that answers keys to 11 question in Chemistry section indicated wrong answer keys. However, the committee maintained that there were no errors in those questions and that they rectified the wrong answer keys. 

 

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