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Only deserving candidates should get a seat,say AIIMS aspirants

Amidst rumours of a re-test,students appearing for the AIIMS entrance exam on Monday,were a worried lot.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi |
June 2, 2009 1:02:12 am

Amidst rumours of a re-test,students appearing for the AIIMS entrance exam on Monday,were a worried lot.

Even though the management of AIIMS denied reports of the ‘leak’,students are hoping only the deserving will get selected.

News of the paper leak trickled in only after the students were at their examination centres,said Kritika Natrajan (name changed).

“My centre was at Kendriya Vidyalaya and there was a lot of talk about a re-examination. We have not yet heard from the authorities though. We are worried. I prepared for this exam all year. To think that someone will get a seat so easily is disconcerting,” Kritika said.

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“There are a lot of rumours going around. Since arrests have been made,students say some aspirants might have the real paper. We are concerned that some will get in fraudulently. On the other hand,there are reports that the paper leaked was different from the one we eventually got. If that is the case,there is no need to worry. Either ways,I hope only the deserving candidates get seats,” said Nida Khan (name changed),whose exam centre was at Mount Carmel School in Dwarka.

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