AIIMS MBBS (AIIMS MEDICAL ENTRANCE EXAM) 2018 ELIGIBILITY
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE TEST
AIIMS MBBS Eligibility Criteria mandates candidates to pass their class XII with Physics, Chemistry and English and Biology from a recognized board. Also, a candidate must be 17 years old on or before December 31, 2017, to apply for AIIMS MBBS. A minimum score of 60% and 50% is recommended for General Category candidates and Other Backward Castes and SC/ST category respectively.
AIIMS MBBS Registration 2017 can be done online between January 24, 2017- February 23, 2017. Candidates who successfully fill the AIIMS Application Form 2017 will be eligible to sit for AIIMS MBBS 2017 on May 28, 2017.
One of the eligibility conditions for AIIMS MBBS is a minimum age limit. The conditions regarding the same are as follows:
Candidates must fulfill the below given academic qualification criteria, in order to apply for the AIIMS Medical Entrance Exam:
A candidate needs to secure a minimum aggregate of marks in class 12th exam in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology subject. The category wise required marks for AIIMS MBBS 2017 are given in the table below:
|General and OBC candidates||60%|
Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) who are registered under Section 7A of Citizenship Act 1955 are eligible to apply for AIIMS. The same terms and conditions applicable to Indian national will apply to OCIs. For being eligible for AIIMS, OCIs need to produce OCI registration proof under Section 7A of Citizenship Act 1955.
For being eligible for admissions to MBBS program, the foreign candidates nominated by the government of India need to pass intermediate science examination or equivalent with a minimum aggregate score of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. There is no need for foreign nationals to appear at Competitive Entrance Examination. This provision is applicable only to AIIMS New Delhi.
There are 181 seats available in OBC quota across all AIIMS.
A candidate belonging to OBC category needs to secure a minimum aggregate of 60% marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology in 12th class examination or equivalent from any recognized board.
For claiming OBC quota, the applicants need to ensure that they don’t belong to creamy layer section mentioned in Column 3 of the schedule to the government of India, Department of Personnel & Training. A certificate to the same effect should be produced in the format given at the end of the prospectus. Such a certificate should be no older than a year from date of first counseling.
For candidates belonging to SC category and ST category, there are 101 and 53 seats are reserved respectively. Another benefit granted to SC/ST candidates is that they need to score a minimum aggregate of 50% in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology in class 12th examination or equivalent from any recognized board. For claiming SC/ST reservation, necessary certificates are required to be produced in provided format during counseling by candidates.
AIIMS New Delhi reserves 3% of total seats for Orthopedic Physically Handicapped on horizontal basis. For claiming reservation, the disability to be considered is of lower limbs between 50%-70%. If such candidates are not available, the candidates with disability of lower limbs between 40% and 50% will be considered. Such candidates need to produce disability certificated issued by duly constituted and authorized state medical board or central government institutions/hospitals.
|AIIMS MBBS Participating Colleges||AIIMS Syllabus|
There are a total of 672 seats available for AIIMS 2017 for admissions in its MBBS course. The distribution of seats available for different categories across all AIIMS is displayed in the table given below:
|Location of AIIMS||UR||OBC||SC||ST||Total|
For Orthopedic Physically Handicapped candidates, a 3% of reservation is made on horizontal basis in available seats at AIIMS New Delhi in addition to the aforementioned seat distribution. This reservation is for the candidates having disability of lower limbs between 50%-70%. In case sucn candidate are not available then candidates having disability of 40% to 50% will be considered. It may be claimed by producing disability certificate issued by duly constituted and authorized state medical board or central government institutions/hospitals.
In AIIMS New Delhi, the seats reserved for candidates belonging to SC and ST category are 11 and 5 respectively. In rest of the AIIMS, 15% of the seats are reserved for SC category and 7.5% seats are reserved for ST category. A certificate needs to be produced during counseling process by candidates supporting their SC/ST reservation claim.
In AIIMS New Delhi, 19 seats reserved for candidates belonging to OBC category. For OBC candidates in rest of the AIIMS, there is a reservation of 27% of total available seats. The candidates claiming the reservation need to ensure they don’t belong to creamy layer. A certificate to the same effect in the format given in the prospectus is required to be produced. The certificate should not be older than a year from date of first counseling.
If seats reserved for SC candidates remain unclaimed, ST candidates will be considered for the same and vice versa. If candidates fail to qualify for SC/ST categories, the general category will fill the vacant seats. Similarly, if seats reserved for OBC category remain vacant, these will be allotted to general category after calling all eligible OBC candidates.
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