All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS ) conducts entrance exams every year to test the eligibility of students for MBBS course. The admission of students to the 9 AIIMS institutions in India are based on the entrance examination conducted by AIIMS, under the supervision of Delhi AIIMS. It is one of the most competitive entrance exams for medical aspirants and over 2 lakhs candidates appear for the test each year.
For undergraduate candidates seeking admission to AIIMS institutes in India, a computer-based (online) medical entrance exam is administered. The total time for all five sections, Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology), General Knowledge, Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning, is three hours and thirty minutes (3½ hours). The paper consists of 200 MCQs and re-assertion questions in both English and Hindi. According to the AIIMS marking scheme, the candidate will receive one mark for each correct answer and a -⅓ for each incorrect answer.
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|Qualification||Candidates applying for AIIMS must have completed their 10+2 from a recognized board (CBSE/ISC/State) with Biology, English, Physics and Chemistry as their main subjects. Candidates appearing for their Class 12 board exam in the respective year are also eligible to apply for AIIMS entrance exam.|
|Age & Limit||All candidates appearing for AIIMS entrance must have completed 17 years as on 31st December of the respective year.|
|Qualifying Marks||The aggregate marks of PCB subjects are considered for qualifying. Based on the category of the candidate the qualifying marks vary.|
|Maximum Attempts||Candidates can attempt the AIIMS entrance exam any number of times till 30 years of age.|
|Nationality||Indian nationals, Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs), Person of Indian Origin (PIOs), Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), and foreign nationals can apply for AIIMS MBBS|
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There are 807 seats for MBBS in total from all the 09 branches of AIIMS. Out of which, 400 is available for general and the remaining reserved for different sections of society.
No, NEET will be the single entrance exam for enrolment to various medical colleges across the country, including AIIMS and JIPMER.
The fee for Indian citizens is around 6000 for 05 years. This includes hostel fee also, although the availability of hostel is not confirmed. You may note that the fee structure is tentative to change.
Since AIIMS admission is conducted through the NEET exam, the questions will be from 10+2 level. The topics will be from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
The questions for AIIMS will be asked from Physics(45), Chemistry(45) and Biology(90). A total of 720 marks will be awarded for a total 180 correct answers.
As per AIIMS cutoff, candidates belonging to General category were required to score at least 50% marks in AIIMS entrance exam, while those from OBC category needed to score at least 45% and SC/ST candidates were required to score at least 40% in order to qualify the exam.