Aligarh Muslim University would be organizing the Medical entrance exam in the first week of August month following the cancellation of exam held on 26 April this year. The examination controller accepted the possibility of flaws in the exam process as more than 30 candidates from one examination center in Kerala qualified the entrance exam. A three member inquiry committee was formed by the University which concluded to the decision of cancelling the earlier held exam, the fresh date of exam would be announced soon. However, the exam would be conducted in the first week of August.
More than 50,000 candidates took the medical entrance exam at 11 examination centers across the Country, but as of now it stands null. All the aspirants would have to take the re-test to qualify the test. Aligarh Muslim University, one of the oldest institution of Country had been providing best quality education of the students, the University conducts several examinations to shortlist students for various courses offered in it.
After the conclusion of the AMU Medical entrance exam, University ordered for the enquiry responding to qualification of more than 30 students from a particular test center. The Committee zeroed to the point that there have been certain irregularities in the exam process and henceforth suspended the exam. The decision was made when in a similar case, Supreme Court cancelled AIPMT 2015, a national level medical/dental entrance test.
Aligarh Muslim University would introduce a two-tier system of entrance examination, all the aspirants would have to go through two stages prior to their admission to the professional courses. This would further enhance the transparency in the examination process and the faith in uniformity would be restored.
The medical entrance exam had been conducted for admission to 180 seats in MBBS and BDS course offered at the University.