It seems like there is still time for the All-India Pre Medical Test to get rid of the controversies surrounding it, for the last two months.
A slew of investigations were conducted when the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) filed a police complaint on July 26, about allegedly receiving emails about another question paper leak.
The complaint was lodged by CBSE OSD Sanyam Bhardwaj against three people, one of which included an email from the woman who was the petitioner in the case in which the Supreme Court had cancelled the AIPMT 2015 held on May 3.
The emails had created panic and fear among CBSE officials, the board claimed in its complaint.
The CBSE also stated that the two men, one of who is a Niti Ayog official, also sent emails to the board just a day before the re-examination. The men claimed that they suspected some “agents” had leaked the question paper yet again.
The exam was conducted on July 25 and consisted of 180 objective questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The students were seen complaining about the Physics paper since it involved long formulas and very complicated calculations, that they weren’t prepared for. Biology exam was a favourite among them as it was apparently heavily drawn from the NCERT books.