AIIMS PG 2020 – The AIIMS PG July 2020 session basic registration is over. Candidates can check the final status of the same and generate code. Next, final registration shall commence on March 9. AIIMS PG entrance exam is held by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences twice in a year – for January and July session. It is the single PG medical entrance exam for admissions to MD, MS, M.Ch 6 yrs, DM 6 yrs, and MDS courses in AIIMS New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, and Rishikesh. Get here complete details of AIIMS PG 2020 including admit card, syllabus, exam pattern, how to prepare, and so on.
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AIIMS PG 2020
A total of 646 seats are up for grabs through the AIIMS PG 2020 medical entrance exam. All India Institute of Medical Sciences is India’s #1 ranked medical institution in the country, as per the NIRF medical rankings.
Important Dates for AIIMS PG 2020 July Entrance Exam
|Availability of Application Form||27 Nov 2019|
|Last date for registration||10 Feb 2020|
|Date of Edit Option for Basic Registration|
|Status of Basic Registration & last date for correction for rejected images|
|Final Status of Accepted Basic Registration||27 Feb 2020|
|Date for Generation of Code (only for accepted Basic Registration candidates)||28 Feb to 23 Mar 2020|
|Uploading Prospectus including seat position of Sponsored and Foreign National candidates||09 Mar 2020|
|Final Registration for completion of other details||09 to 23 Mar 2020|
|Date of Edit Option only for the Final Registration||26 to 28 Mar 2020|
|Dates of checking status of Final Registration & Last date of submission of required documents||07 to 11 Apr 2020|
|Issuance of Admit Card||To be announced|
|Date of Examination||03 May 2020|
|Result declaration||08 May 2020|
Basic Registration Status
The Basic Registration for AIIMS PG is the first step that a candidate takes in lieu of bagging a seat into such a prestigious college. The basic registration started on the 22nd February 2020 and the final registration status for the candidates will be out by 27th February. The candidates can sure edit their information and documents on the dates provided if their application form is accepted and then they can generate the code after final acceptance of application form.
Get Code and Do Final Registration
When your application is edited and accepted before the final registration round, then you can generate a code also called the RUC which is a unique code that will be useful to you throughout until the examination. After getting the code, pay the application form fee for concluding your final registration and keep the receipt absolutely safe.
How To Prepare for AIIMS PG 2020?
Preparing for the AIIMS PG 2020 examination is a not at all simple and smooth ride. The candidate has to follow strict time table to study and also balance his/her patients at work and family at home. With so much in hand, the candidates sometimes gets confused about the preparation of AIIMS PG 2020. Here are some ways to tackle the stress.
- Read topics 3-4 times before revising and giving mock tests.
- You can take help from your colleagues if you are stuck in any topic.
- Get in touch with the best coaching centre and also take help from teachers there for important topics.
- Clear out your doubts before attempting sample papers.
- Study in the wee hours of the morning for better retention of the topic.
- Learn and observe from everyday life at the hospital. Practical learning is understandable
Books Recommended For AIIMS PG Preparation
Apart from your MBBS exit level notes, textbooks, you can also refer to these books for a better preparation of the AIIMS PG examination.
AIIMS PG 2020 Admit Card
The All India Institute of Medical Science is expected to release the admit card for the AIIMS PG examination anywhere between 17th April to 25th April. The candidates are required to keep their RUC, Registration ID and password to ready to download their respective admit cards from offical website of aiimsexams.org/.
Notice for Revised Schedule of Edit option of Basic Registration for MD/MS/M.Ch (6 years) /DM(6 years)/MDS
AIIMS PG 2020 Exam Pattern
The AIIMS PG examination consists of 200 questions all of which are MCQ based. It is conducted in CBT mode, the duration of which is 3 hours in total. Check out the types of questions / pattern of questions asked in the AIIMS PG Examination. The AIIMS PG is conducted in English language.
- Single Best Answer Type
- Multiple True False Type
- Match the following type
- Sequential Arrangement Type
- Correct answer (full sequence correct)
- Multiple Completion Type
- Reason Assertion Type
- Extended Matching Items / Questions (EMI /EMQ)
Allocation of Marks
The allocation of marks and way of checking the AIIMS PG examination is quite different when it comes to it’s counterparts. Please note that no marks / zero marks are given to an unanswered question. Check out marking scheme down in the table below.
|Type of Question||Correct Answer||Wrong Answer|
|Single Best Answer Type||+01||-1/3|
|Multiple True False Type||+1/5||-1/5|
|Match the Following||+1/4||-1/4|
AIIMS PG Test Centres
The candidates have to choose their choice of city centre when filling the application form. The test centres are allotted to candidate on the first cum first basis and the availability of seats. Please note that there will be no change in the test centre after the release of admit card. Check the image below for names of test centres.
Official Website: aiimsexams.org
For more information regarding AIIMS PG 2020 Session, candidate can download Admission Notice.
AIIMS PG January 2020 Archive
- Information Brochure
- Final Seat Position for MD / MS / DM / MCh and MDS
- Provissional Result
- Final Result
- Online Counselling and Seat Allocation Process
- Counselling FAQs
- Counselling Information Brochure – Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Open Round
- Counselling Allotment Result – Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Mock Round
- Counselling Final Vacant Seats for Round 2
- Counselling Final Vacant Seats for Round 3
Ans 1. There is no fixed limit for attempting AIIMS PG examination currently.
Ans 2. You need to be thorough with your MBBS exit level syllabus for getting admission into MD/MS and BDS level for MDS course.
Yes, there are reservations which are given in the information bulletin precisely.
There are two sessions in a year is January and July. These consecutive sessions conducted the entrance examination for the admission in the AIIMS PG courses.