The updates of AIPMT is no sign of light
AIPMT 2015 was held on 3rd May, by CBSE. When the board was delaying the result many students got the hint. Now when the Supreme Court clearly dismissed the result, medical aspirants lost their patience. Admission process in various colleges has just started. Medical aspirants who are from science background have applied for engineering also. After this shocking debacle, they are confused whether to sit for this again or get enrolled in engineering or Graduation. They are worried as the great uncertainty set in. Students who are willing to study in their hometown are still contemplating at the Board’s decision.
Whose fault is this, those who cheated on 3rd May or the system is corrupted?
It is claimed that couple of students have been found guilty in this malpractice. What about the meritorious group who studied throughout the year? It has created a heated argument in many parts of the country. Is this a wise decision of the SC to order CBSE to re-schedule the test at the earliest? What about them who appeared in the Premedical test after their arduous preparation? Students are in stress since this news broke out.
In an examination where more than six lacs students appeared and only for a couple of students it got cancelled, it certainly left a strong impact among the students. This is high time for any teenager to find the right goal in life. If it is proved that mass cheating dominated the examination, why are those culprits still roaming freely? There is no point to add a full stop in rising graph of those genuine students.
Parents are objecting the decision made by the SC, citing that their children worked hard to get through the premedical test with an aim to be a doctor in next five years. It is a known fact that medical seats are countable and to book them, students really work hard to obtain higher percentage. These seats have to be filled by September but students are still in a dark, while anxiously expecting the re-test date.
CBSE is yet to declare any tentative date for the re-conduction of the test. Their future is hanging between CBSE and the highest court of India. Students are depicting their depression caused by this announcement. The Board earlier suggested identifying those wrongdoers first and banning them to join any medical institute even if they crack it. The SC has made it clear that selection process would be error free and students will be selected on the basis of their merit.
Now people are blaming those centres where the crime took place under the nose of the invigilator. What role did they play for-which fates of 6 lacs students are remaining uncertain?
It is unwise to blame others or scrap their result without their faults. This Examination was about to fill nearly 4000 vacancies in top medical colleges. Now the aspirants are again gearing up for their studies without any intimation of the date for re-test. The board vaguely stated that it would take some time to reschedule the vital test again in all over India. The tragedy is, only those genuine applicants are the victims of this rescheduling process.
The intervention of the Ministry of Health is desired by the students, as they desperately urge the SC to withhold the counseling session organized by other Medical colleges.