RPMT 2014 Conducted on July 27
Apratim Chatterjee, 27 Jul 2014, #NEET
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RPMT 2014 exam has been conducted successfully on July 27, 2014 at various centers across 6 cities of Rajasthan. Over 40,000 students appeared in the examination for admission to MBBS and BDS Course in various government medical colleges of Rajasthan.

According to the exam conducting authority, Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), a full proof mechanism has been applied in the re-examination of RPMT 2014 to restrict the occurrence of discrepancies. Earlier, RPMT 2014 was cancelled due to discrepancies in question.

 

The Rajasthan High Court had previously cancelled RPMT 2014 due to discrepancies in the exam held in the online mode from May 28 to 30, 2014 in 6 different slots. 

 

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RPMT is a state-level medical entrance exam for admission to undergraduate medical courses of Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in state government medical colleges.

 

According to officials, a total of 1,640 MBBS and BDS seats in 15 Medical and Dental Colleges are affiliated to RUHS. Out of the 1640, there are 900 MBBS and 740 BDS seats in 7 Medical and 8 Dental colleges, respectively.

 

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The scheduled date for declaration of RPMT 2014 result is August 01, 2014. The exam conducting body will prepare the merit list of eligible candidates and candidates will be called in for counselling for admission against their rank in RPMT 2014 merit list.

 

RPMT 2014 discrepancies –

86 out of 1200 questions were wrong in 6 different sessions of the RPMT 2014 exam. The mistakes were revealed when Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) published the RPMT 2014 answer key  with the wrong answers. RUHS subsequently revised the answer key two times after few more mistakes were pointed out leaving the students confused.

 

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The authorities had initially given a bonus of 4 marks for every wrong question. However, the decision was rolled back when students from different slots complained that their performance might be affected due to variation in the wrong questions. The bonus marks would have created a variation in the marking system as different slots had different questions, which were wrong.  Many students had also alleged discrepancies in the percentile based results and demanded RPMT to be conducted afresh.

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