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Students who have applied for the All India Pre-medical/ Pre-dental test 2012 can now get their admit cards online. Students should note that this year admit cards will only be available online and won't be sent by post as was the practice during previous years. CBSE, the exam conducting body, has now uploaded all admit cards on its web site and students are being asked to download and retain them till seat allocation is done at the exam centre. M. C. Sharma, controller of examination (COE), said that students have a window of opportunity to rectify mistakes on their admit card till March 23.
Students can log on to www.cbse.nic.in or www.aipmt.nic.in to download their admit cards. If the application status of the candidate is shown as 'Not Received' or has a remark 'Please Contact CBSE on or before 21.03.2012', then the student should do so before 5pm on the last day. A statement issued by COE Sharma said that while contacting CBSE students must mention details of their application, such as post office, date of dispatch, original receipt of postal dispatch, photostat copy of confirmation page and demand draft, and two photographs as pasted on the confirmation page. The CBSE, which conducts the AIPMT, gave an online push to part of the exam procedure due to the controversy regarding a common medical test for the country. The Medical Council of India seemed all set to conduct the National Entrance and Eligibility Test (NEET) in 2012 but ran into stiff opposition from state governments. Maharashtra wanted the NEET postponed till 2013 since its students were not ready to handle a CBSE-pattern question paper. The Maharashtra board is undergoing a curriculum change with Std XII being the grade remaining. From academic year 2012-13 the entire state board curriculum will follow an upgraded syllabus. Finally, under pressure from states and court litigations the MCI decided to hold the exam in 2013. The CBSE, which was to conduct the NEET as well, then swung into action to start preparations for the tried and tested AIPMT. Application forms were uploaded online for speedier distribution and now the board is ensuring delivery of admit cards too in the electronic format.
Courtesy: Times of India
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