AIIMS PG 2016

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) as an autonomous institution of national importance and defined its objectives and functions. By virtue of this Act, the Institute awards its own medical degrees and other academic distinctions. The degrees 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 therein, 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 the recognized Universities of India.

AIIMS PG 2019 AIIMS PG 2020

AIIMS PG

For January Session-2020

Activity DM / M.Ch (3 years) / MD (Hospital Admin.) MD / MS / M.Ch (6 years) / DM (6 years) / MDS
Entrance Examination (Stage I) 03 Nov 2019 17 Nov 2019
Result Notification  (Stage I) 07  Nov 2019 22 Nov 2019
Departmental Assessment  (Stage II) 18-20 Nov 2019 to be announced
Final Result Notification 26 Nov 2019 to be announced

For July Session-2020

Activity DM / M.Ch (3 years) / MD (Hospital Admin.) MD / MS / M.Ch (6 years) / DM (6 years) / MDS
Entrance Examination (Stage I) 04 Apr 2020 03 May 2019
Result Notification  (Stage I) 09 Apr 2020 08 May 2019
Departmental Assesment (Stage II) 21-23 Apr 2020 to be announced
Final Result Notification 01 May 2020 to be announced

Selection Process

Selections for D.M./M.Ch/MD (Hospital Administration) courses are made through 2-Stage Performance Evaluation basis:

Stage I: Written test carrying 80 marks of 90 minutes duration in the subject the candidate has applied for. The question paper will consist of 80 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

Stage II: Out of the candidates who are 50th percentile or above in the written test (Stage-I), candidates 3 times the number of seats advertised will be called for departmental clinical/practical/lab based assessment (carrying 20 marks)

Final Selection: The Final result will be declared based on total marks obtained in stage-1 and Stage-II Examination.

Note:

  • The result of stage-I has been available on the website of the Examination Section. No individual intimation will be communicated to candidates.
  • Candidates who fail to attend any of the two stages mentioned above will not be eligible for admission.

Selection Process for MD / MS / M.Ch (6 years) / DM (6 years) / MDS is given below.

Minimum Cut Off Scores

  • In accordance with the decision of the Governing Body, AIIMS dated 14 September 2013, the minimum cut-off necessary in the Entrance Examination to determine eligibility for admission is 50th Percentile.

Percentile Scores

  • Percentile scores are scores based on the relative performance of all those who appear for the
    examination.
  • Basically, the marks obtained are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each group of
    examinees.
  • The Percentile Score indicates the percentage of candidates that have scored EQUAL TO OR
    BELOW that particular Percentile in that examination.
  • The highest score is converted to a Percentile score of 100.
  • The marks obtained in between the highest and lowest scores are also converted to appropriate
    Percentiles.
  • The Percentile Scores would be converted to 3 decimal places to avoid bunching effect and
    therefore reduce ties.

The following is a further explanation of the interpretation of the scores in an examination with 100 candidates.

  • If candidate A’s Percentile score is 100, it indicates that amongst those who have taken the examination, 100% have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN the candidate A. It also indicates that no candidate has scored more than candidate A.
  • If candidate B’s Percentile score is 90, it indicates that 90% of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate B. It also indicates that remaining candidates have scored more than candidate B.
  • If candidate C’s Percentile score is 50, it indicates that 50% of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate C. It also indicates that remaining half of those who took the examination have scored more than candidate C.
  • If candidate D’s Percentile score is 30, it indicates that 30% of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate D. It also indicates that remaining have scored more than candidate D.
  • If candidate E’s Percentile score is 1, it indicates that none of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate E. It also indicates that all remaining candidates who took the examination have scored more than the candidate.

Seat Matrix

The final seat position is as follows:

Seat Matrix for M.Ch, DM courses

AIIMS Admissions Medical Entrance Exams

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