New Delhi, July 11th 2015
After the Vyapam hullabaloo, the MP (DMAT) Dental Medical Admission Test which was programmed for July 12th has been delayed on Friday due to the examining authorities that did not had confidence over the scrutiny of optical mark recognition sheets which was a source of major irregularities in the Vyapam scam.
Under the direction of Jabalpur Bench of Madhya Pradesh, the high court is to ensure the inspection of Rs 18,500 papers at particular exam centers. The association of Private Dental Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh has delayed the examination.
As per the sources, APDMC has not been able to clear the issues in the OMR sheets that MPPEB scamsters have exploited to rig scores of several candidates over the period of last seven years.
Anupam Chouksey, Secretary of APDMC (Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges), said, “It was difficult to scan all the OMR sheets in such a short notice and fresh dates ought to be announced soon”. The first exam was ought to be scheduled on June 21st but is not postpones to July 12th.
Of late, the high court issued notice that state home ministry, health department of Police, MCI and AFRC is undertaking a PIL seeking a probe from CBI in to the matter of DMAT scam.
One of the petitioners, Aditya Chopra filed a petition in which he highlighted that large scale of irregularities persists in most of the medical colleges through exam of DMAT. He mentioned that candidates who offer kickbacks are granted admission in any of their preferred courses regardless of their performance in DMAT.