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About AIIMS

AIIMS, New Delhi All India Institute of Medical Sciences was established by an Act of Parliament of 1956 as an autonomous institution of national importance and its objectives and functions were defined. By virtue of this Act, the Institute awards its own medical degrees, diplomas and other academic distinctions.

The degrees and diplomas awarded by the Institute under the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act are recognized medical qualifications for the purpose of the Indian Medical Council Act and notwithstanding anything contained in the Medical Council Act, are deemed to be included in the first schedule of that Act, entitling the holders to the same privileges as those attached to the equivalent awards from other universities of India.

The Institute (AIIMS, New Delhi) is a residential University in which the faculty members, staff and the students live on campus. There are 8 hostels for undergraduate students (6 for boys and 2 for girls) with a capacity to accommodate 562 students.

Six other AIIMS

Under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana six new All India Institutes of Medical Sciences have been established similar to AIIMS, New Delhi.

Government of India has also decided that the Academic Session for the current year in six New AIIMS at Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur and Rishikesh, will also be started in August 2017 with intake of 100 students for each of the new institutions.

As per the directives of the Ministry selection for admission will be done through the same Entrance Examination by which candidates are selected for AIIMS, New Delhi. The admission will be done on the basis of merit-cum- choice of the candidates.

AIIMS & OBJECTIVE

AIIMS, New Delhi The prime focus of the Institute (AIIMS) is to develop patterns of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all the branches so as to demonstrate a high standard of medical education to all medical colleges and allied institutions in India.

The other important objectives of the Institute is to bring together in one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all the important branches of health activities and to attain self-sufficiency in postgraduate medical education.

The educational principles and practices being adopted are those which are the best suited to the needs of the country. Adaptation of education to meet the problems of community health is a major preoccupation.

To this effect the AIIMS New, Delhi has been trying to initiate a model educational programme in the Ballabgarh Community Development Block in collaboration with the Haryana Government. The Institute has also been able to initiate model educational programme in Community Medicine at the urban field practice area in Malviya Nagar, New Delhi. Emphasis is laid on the active learning process and on the cultivation of scholarly habits and scientific methods.

The first batch of undergraduate medical students was admitted to the AIIMS, Delhi in the year 1956 and since then the Institute has been admitting 50 students every year (77 from 2008 session and 107 from 2017 onwards) to the M.B.B.S. Course. The number of students to this course is kept relatively small to ensure an adequate teacher student ratio.

The undergraduate curriculum is constantly reviewed at the Faculty and Staff Council levels and the required changes in the curriculum are brought about in order to evolve a pattern which is the most suitable for the Indian needs and conditions.

Undergraduate medical students get sufficient impetus for higher studies as the Institute provides facilities for postgraduate degrees in almost all the branches of medical sciences. At present, the AIIMS, Delhi is awarding post-graduate degrees in about 55 different specialties /super specialties.

Six Other AIIMS Aims & objectives of the other six AIIMS Institutes are also of similar nature as mentioned above for AIIMS, New Delhi. In the six new AIIMS the admission will be for 100 seats in each Institution. The number and distribution of seats may vary depending upon the periodic directives / directions from Competent Authorities.

Competitive Entrance Examination

As per the initiative taken by Director, AIIMS, New Delhi, the competitive Entrance Examination of MBBS is being conducted through a Computer Based Test (CBT) [Online].

The examination shall be held on May .However in exceptional circumstances it may conduct in two days.

The duration of the examination shall be 3½ hours (three hours and thirty minutes).

The Online (CBT) Entrance Examination will be conducted in two shifts:

   Morning Shift / First shift : 09:00 AM to 12:30 PM

   Afternoon Shift / Second shift : 03:00 PM to 06:30 PM

The examination centres are tentatively proposed in 171 cities all over India.

Therefore all candidates will be required to appear at CBT Online Entrance Examination, which will be conducted by the AIIMS, New Delhi on 4 TH WEEK OF MAY in either of two shifts (9:00 AM to 12:30 PM & 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM) as allotted.

The venue, time and shift of the examination will be communicated to the candidates in the Admit Card. No candidate will be permitted to appear in the examination unless he/she holds a valid Admit Card issued by the Institute and a proof of their identification.

Syllabus

TYPE OF PAPER The Competitive Entrance Examination will have one paper consisting of 200 Objective Type (Multiple Choice and Reason-Assertion type) questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge/Aptitude. The distribution of questions are as follows :

Subject and Number of Questions
SUBJECT NO. OF QUESTIONS
Physics   60
Chemistry   60
Biology (Botany & Zoology)   60
General Knowledge   10
Aptitude & Logical Thinking   10
TOTAL 200

Standard Of Examination

The general standard of the Competitive Entrance Examination will be that of 12th class under the 10+2 Scheme/Intermediate Science.

No syllabus has been prescribed by the Institute for the examination.

Language Of Question Paper

Automated Question paper will be provided either in English or in Hindi according to the choice of candidates.

Applicants must choose / indicate in the application form whether he/she prefers to have the question paper in English or Hindi. This choice cannot be changed later at any stage.

Counselling

MERIT LIST Based on the result of the Competitive Entrance Examination, merit lists will be prepared as below based on Percentile Scores:

(a) Common Merit list: Subject to the Govt. of India, DOPT. O.M.No. 36011/1/98. Estt. (Res), Dated 1 st July 1998, it is clarified that only such SC/ST/OBC candidates who are selected on the same standard as applied to general candidates shall not be adjusted against reserved vacancies. In other words, when a relaxed standard is applied in selecting an SC/ST/OBC candidates, for example in the age-limit, experience, qualification, permitted number of chances in written examination, extended zone of consideration larger than what is provided for General category candidates etc. the SC/ST/OBC candidates are to be counted against reserved vacancies. Such candidates would be deemed as unavailable for consideration against the unreserved vacancies. Therefore a reserved candidate will be considered on General Seat only if no relaxation of the eligibility level (i.e. % of marks) and at cut-off level in MBBS Entrance Examination is given.

(b) Scheduled Caste candidates list.

(c) Scheduled Tribe candidates list.

(d) Other Backward Classes candidates list.

The Counseling for allocation of all seven AIIMS for admission to MBBS course will be held at AIIMS, New Delhi. Details of the schedule will be intimated in the counseling letters which will be uploaded on website www.aiimsexams.org.

In each category i.e. UR, OBC, SC & ST, the total no. of candidate to be called for counseling will be 4 times the number. of seats available in each category. All reserved category candidates who qualify in the open (general) merit list (4 times of the open category seats i.e. up to rank number 1348) shall necessarily attend the counseling for open category seats. If he/she is not present or if present, fails to or refuses to take a seat in open category, he/she shall not be allowed for attending the counseling for reserved seats. Those candidates from reserved category, who qualify & are allotted seats in open merit and wish to change his/her choice of institute under respective reserved category, will be required to participate in counseling for seats in these categories.

The following are the allocated seats in various AIIMS for Indian Nationals

Institutions and Seats
Name of Institution Total Seats UR OBC SC ST
AIIMS, New Delhi   100    50    27    15    8
AIIMS, Bhopal   100    50    27    15    8
AIIMS, Bhubaneswar   100    50    27    15    8
AIIMS, Jodhpur   100    50    27    15    8
AIIMS, Patna   100    50    27    15    8
AIIMS, Raipur   100    50    27    15    8
AIIMS, Rishikesh   100    50    27    15    8
Total   700   350   189   105   56

*3% OPH reservation as per rules will be provided in each institute.

Important Dates

Application Opening Date : 1st week of March.

Last date for Online Registration : 4th week of March.

Status of Application/Admit Card : 3rd week of May.

Entrance Examination : 1st week of June.

Result Declaration : 1st week of July.