will soon issue a notification for a fresh conduct of All India Pre-Medical Test 2015-16 and preparations have started for the test despite shortage of time, said a CBSE official.
The Supreme Court had yesterday ordered a re-conduct of the test in four weeks.
Nearly 6.3 lakh students registered for All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT)AIPMT had taken the test at centres across the country on May 3 last.
The Supreme Court, while hearing petitions alleging large- scale irregularities in the exam, directed reconduct of AIPMT, 2015 within four weeks despite Board officials' contention that they needed at least four months to do so.
It is a daunting task to hold the test again in a very short time, said a CBSE official.MORE FROM EXAM :Jamia to reconduct B.Tech entrance test
Haryana police had nabbed four persons from Rohtak in connection with leakage of AIPMT answer keys two days after the test was held. Answer keys to AIPMT questions, SIM cards and bluetooth hearing devices were also recovered from them.