As per Sir Joseph Bhore, the chairperson of the health survey and development committee in 1946, there was recommendation for the establishment of a national medical centre in India. The centre would concentrate wholly on fulfilling the needs of the healthcare division. The commissions set up on the mutual exchange of words among Nehru, Amrit Kaur and the recommendations of the Bhore Committee managed to create a proposal which got a welcome note from the government of New Zealand. With worth amount from New Zealand under the Colombo Plan the foundation of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in 1952 was possible and was established in the year 1956. It is more of an autonomous institution through an Act of Parliament, to provide services in healthcare domain.
Moto of AIIMS
-To develop a pattern of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all its branches so as to demonstrate high standard of medical education to all medical colleges and other allied institutions in India.
-To bring together in one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of the personnel in all important branches of the health activity.
-To attain self sufficiency in postgraduate in medical education.
Roles and Responsibilities at AIIMS
-Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in medical and related physical biological sciences.
-Nursing and dental education
-Innovations in education
-Producing medical teachers for the country
-Research in medical and related sciences
-Health care: preventive, promotive and curative; primary, secondary & tertiary
-Community based teaching and research
More on Institute’s Guidelines
-AIIMS is one of the most respected institutions in India that offers courses like MBBS/BDS for students
-Six new centers: Bhopal, Patna, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur and Bhubaneswar have been developed since August 2013 in respective States of the country
-Students of age 17 years are allowed to sit for the examination
-The criteria required to apply for the courses is 60% marks for Gen. and 50% marks for SC/ST category in the subject of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
About 72 Indian students are accepted for this prestigious course every year by the reputed institution, which has got 36 from General Category and 16 from the reserved category (SC/ST) and 19 Seats for Other Backward Classes (OBC) and 1 orthopaedic physically handicapped, as per the M.B.B.S programme result. On a parallel note the numbers of applicants are huge which range from 80,000 to 100,000 resulting on a very low percentage of acceptance ratios. Government of India nominates five international students from SAARC nations to complete the class size of 77. Apart form the above courses AIIMS also provides paramedical and basic science training for its undergraduates.
AIIMS PG Courses
AIIMS has got over forty-two speciality post-graduate courses which invites applications from students on a national wide competition forum. This examination is held every six months. Though thousands of students do sit for the entrance exam yet only few are selected for the same through series of tests. These courses are opted by the most intellectual brains of the country as of their devoted parameters and other relevant areas that require high dedication. The new inclusion in this regard was set forth when the institution started both online and paper-and-pen modes from May 2013 onwards.
Reservation of Seats
Six New AIIMS have been started with an intake of 100 students each except AIIMS, New Delhi.
|The reservation policy will be followed|
For Indian Nationals, 3% reservation for Orthopedic physically handicapped shall be provided on horizontal basis, in the seats available. Overall 672 seats are available in all AIIMS in India.
|Subjects / Types||No. of Questions||Marking Scheme||Negative Marks||Duration|
|Physics||1 – 60 = 60||1 x 60 = 60||1/3||3:30 Hrs.
(10:00 AM-01:30 PM)
|Chemistry||61 – 120 = 60||1 x 60 = 60||1/3|
|Biology||121 – 180 = 60||1 x 60 = 60||1/3|
|G. K.||181 – 200 = 20||1 x 20 = 20||1/3|
|Multiple choice and reason-assertion type questions||Total – 200||MM – 200|
Note: The Examination has a duration limit of 3½ hours which is on one paper consisting of 200 objective types multiple choice questions. While correct answer gets (1) one mark, every incorrect response gets a negative of -1/3 (minus-one-third). All the requisites like pen/pencil are given by the organizing center to the students.
Entrance Exam Procedure
-Candidates can check websites for AIIMS for the UG entrance exam and apply at the online site too
-Candidates must provide preference of choice for centers apart from AIIMS Delhi
-Application fee for entrance exam is:
Rs 1000 for General/ OBC category
Rs 800/- for SC/ST category
-Payments are to be done through computer generated Challan Form in any branch of State Bank of India
-Even if the registration process is still continuing on students must have a downloaded copy saved with them for reference
|S.No.||Name of Course||Eligibility||Duration||Month of Exam||Admission Notice|
|1.||B.Sc. (Hons). Paramedical Courses
i) Ophthalmic Techniques
ii) Medical Technology in
|10+2 or equivalent with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in English, Physics Chemistry & Bio. or Maths||3 Yrs.||June||March|
|2.||B.Sc. (Hons). Nursing||10+2 or equivalent with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in English, Physics Chemistry & Bio. Age 17Yrs. & above (for female candidates only)||4Yrs.||June||March|
|3.||B.Sc. (Hons). (Post Certificate)||10+2 or equivalent Certificate in Gen. Nsg. & Midwifery and be an ‘A’ Grade Nurse, registered with State Nurses Registration council. Minimum 3yrs. experience as a staff Nurse in a recognised hospital or as a public health nurse.||2 Yrs.||June||March|
|4.(i)||M.Sc. / M. Biotech (Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology)||B.Sc. (Minimum 3 years duration in any subjects) B.V. Sc./B. Pharma with 60% marks (55% for SC/ST) OR MBBS/BDS with atleast 55% marks (50% for SC/ST)||2 Yrs.||July||March|
|4.(ii)||M.Sc. (Perfusion Technology)||B.Sc. with Biology or B.Sc. In Perfusion Technology from a recognised University.||2 Yrs.||July||March|
|4.(iii)||M.Sc. (Nuclear Medicine Technology)||B.Sc. In Nuclear Medicine from a recog. University OR B.Sc. with Physics/ Chemistry / Maths from a recognised University.OR B.Sc. in allied/related subject i.e. Radio Diagnosis (MRT) Radiotherapy from a recog. University. OR B.Sc. in Life Sc. with Physics as a subject from recognised University.||2 Yrs.||July||March|
|4.(iv)||M.Sc. (Urology Technology)||B.Sc. with Science (Biology Compulsory at 10+2 level) ORB.Sc. Theatre Technique.||2 Yrs.||July||March|
Critical Care Nursing
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing, B.Sc. Nursing (PC)/ Post Basic from any recognised University with 60% marks (55% marks for SC/ST)||2 Yrs.||July||March|
|5.||MBBS||10+2 or equivalent with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST) in English, Physics Chemistry & Bio. Age: 17yrs.. as on 31st of December of the year of admission & above||5½ Yrs.||1st. June||December|
|6.||AIPGMEE MD/MS/MDS/ P.G. Diploma||MBBS/BDS OR Foreign Medical degree from a college recognised by https://myspace.com/nerdymates MCI/DCI. Date of completion of internship (12 months) on or before 31st March or earlier.||3 Yrs. from the date of admission||January||September|
|7.||AIIMS-PG (MD/MS/MDS)||MBBS/BDS with 55% marks (50% for SC/ST) and must have completed 12 months compulsory internship in a recognised hospital.||3 Yrs.||May & November||March & August|
|8.||DM||MD in required speciality Age limit 35 yrs (5 yrs. relaxable for SC/ST) upper age limit is not applicable for sponsored candidates.||3 Yrs.||June & December||March & August|
|9.(i)||M.Ch.||MS in General Surgery of AIIMS OR any other University recognised by MCI Age limit: 35 yrs. relaxable for SC/ST) upper age limit is not applicable for sponsored candidates.||3 Yrs.||June / December||March & August|
|9.(ii)||M.Ch. (6 yrs. course)||MBBS degree & one year compulsory Internship with 55% marks in aggregate in all MBBS professional exams. The eligibility criteria are the same as specified for MD/MS (3 year course)||6 Yrs.||June / December||March & August|
|10.||MHA||Medical Graduate: MBBS with 55% marks minimum 3 yrs. exp. in a recognised hospital OR 5 yrs. experience as Gen. Practitioner. Non Med. Graduates: Eligible for sponsored seat only Bachelor’s degree in Arts or Science Nursing OR Business Admn. OR Commerce OR Engineering OR any Technical subject with atleast 60% marks. Experience of 7 yrs. in responsible Administrative position.||2 Yrs. for Medical Graduates3 Yrs. for non-Medical Graduates||June/ DecemberJune/ December||March & AugustMarch & August|
|11.||PhD Admission to Ph.D. is subject to availability of research/ funds/fellowship/grant from recognised funding agencies.||M.Sc. OR Master Degree in any subject allied to Bio-Medical Sciences OR Master degree in Nursing with 60% marks. ORMaster of Surgery OR Doctor of Medicine OR MBBS with a minimum of 55% marks. in the professional examinations OR an equivalent Degree OR Diplomat of the NBE.||3-5 Yrs.||January / July||March & August|
Important Dates : For 2014 Entrance Exams
|Last date for Online Registration of Application on AIIMS website||31.03.2014|
|MD / MS / M.Ch (6 yrs ) / MDS
Status of Applications and date of hosting the Admit Cards on AIIMS website.
Entrance Examination in online mode
Expected date of declaration of Result
|DM / M.Ch (3 yrs) / MHA
Status of Applications and date of hosting the Admit Cards at website.
Written Test in online mode
Result (Written Test)
Final result to be declared by
Date of hosting the Admit Cards at AIIMS exams website.
Written Test in online & / or off line mode
Result (Written Test)
Final result to be declared by
For Further information about the examinations follow the official website.
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