Career Choice with AIIMS

Career choice with AIIMS Medical entrance exam:

               AIIMS medical entrance exam is a national level medical test for admission to the under graduate programs such as MBBS, in Nursing, Radiography, audiometry, etc., in seven AIIMS institutes in India. Pursuing any kind of UG/PG course in AIIMS has high reputation from all over the world. Candidates who are willing to continue their education in medical field can take part in the AIIMS examination. But however, what kind of under graduate courses that AIIMS support?

Few of popular UG courses in AIIMS are:

  • MBBS
  • sc (Nursing)
  • sc (Hons) Nursing
  • sc (Hons) Ophthalmic techniques
  • sc (Hons) Medical technology


MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery):

     The most prestigious thing for an Indian medical student is doing MBBS in AIIMS. This is because AIIMS is ranked as top most medical college in India. Also, MBBS is a one of the most popular degree in medical field. This degree can be divided into two parts as:

  • Bachelor of Medicine
  • Bachelor of Surgery

And can be said as a two degree course in one single domain. In countries like UK, this type of medical degree is followed as a tradition whereas in the countries like US this degree is awarded separately as M.D (Doctor of Medicine) and D.O (Osteopathic Medicine). But in India, this is the only mandatory bachelor degree with which a person can call him as “Doctor”.


More about MBBS:

Course duration: 4 years + 1 year internship

Hands-on training for the whole five years by interacting and learning directly from the patients.


        Students who clear 12th board exam with a minimum of 60% are eligible to take up the AIIMS MBBS entrance test. Also the student must have taken the major subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Biology for taking part in the AIIMS medical entrance examination conducted for MBBS course. This course covers various subjects like microbiology, biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, etc., AIIMS is the India’s top prestigious institute which offers MBBS course in all its 7 AIIMS institutes of India.


Advantages of MBBS from AIIMS:

           This has special advantages and few of them are:

  • AIIMS is the top most medical college in India. Thus, Pursuing MBBS from AIIMS is the most prestigious thing for a medical student.
  • You can enjoy world class amenities while studying at AIIMS.
  • Hands on training on what they learn and students get good exposure on even rare cases of diseases and how to treat them.
  • MBBS is considered as one of the toughest degrees of the country. Thus, pursuing it from AIIMS will add more colors in your career and life.
  • AIIMS medical students have high reputation in all over the world. (Nursing):

         AIIMS offers Bachelor of Science in Nursing which is one the most important course in medical field. This is a three year professional degree in the field of nursing which mainly focuses on promotion of health by preventing the disease from the starting stage.


Advantages of (Nursing course):

  • Nursing course has its own importance and has wide variety of opportunities all over the world.
  • After completing Bachelor degree in Nursing, students are also eligible for continuing their education in the field of nursing and go for advanced courses like (Nursing).
  • There are many specialized areas in the Nursing course such as:
  • Psychiatry
  • Medical and surgical courses
  • Health of community
  • Gynecology, pediatrics and obstetrics


Eligibility for (Nursing) to take part in AIIMS exam conducted for Nursing:

  • Candidate must be an Indian citizen.
  • Candidate must have cleared the board exam with a minimum of 45% in all major subjects such as English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • Students should be medically fit. (Hons) Nursing:

               AIIMS institute also offers the students the opportunity to take up (Hons) Nursing which is an “Honours” degree that focuses on development of research and theoretical skills of a student who have completed bachelor degree in nursing field. In short, students who wish to continue their education or who wish to work in research field after regular (Nursing) course can pursue (Hons) Nursing course. (Hons) degree holders are given first and foremost preference than regular degree holders. Separate exam is conducted by AIIMS for (Hons) Nursing admission. The duration of this exam is 2 hours which covers questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge.


Eligibility for (Hons):

  • Candidate must have cleared 12th board exam with a minimum of 55% in all the major subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology as mandatory subjects.
  • He/she must have completed 17 years as on 31st December on the year of admission. (Hons) Opthalmic techniques

               Opthalmic Techniques deals with the disorders and treatment of eyes. The course duration is three academic years and also available as part-time course in some of the institutes. This course is high in demand and has wide opportunities after completing it.


Eligiblity for (Opthalmic techniques) to take part in AIIMS exam conducted for Opthalmetry:

  • Candidates must have cleared 12th board exam with a minimum of 45% in all major subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English to take part in AIIMS
  • Candidate must have completed 17 years on the year of admission.


Advantages of (Opthalmic):
  • This degree ensures students to get into various ophthalmic jobs which allow you either practice under any hospital or practice on your own.
  • This degree serves as a good foundation for pursuing higher Master degrees in the field of Opthalmology.
  • They can possibly get jobs in the fields such as Eye hospitals, Contact lens showrooms, Lens manufacturing companies, etc. (Hons) Medical technology:

                     Candidate must have cleared 12th board exam with a minimum of 50% to get admission in AIIMS (Hons) Medical Technology course. Generally, students prefer to do Medical technology in Radiography field. This is a course which mainly focuses on the benefits or effects of the X-rays and how to use them effectively. This course covers all the topics related to X-rays (Ultrasound, MRI scans, etc) and how to take protective measures to safeguard from the harmful radiation effects. In order to pursue this course, the student must take a separate entrance examination conducted by AIIMS for the paramedical courses.

                    The duration of this exam is 1 and half hours which covers questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. The candidates can either attend Biology section or Mathematics section. Along with this there are many other important courses available in AIIMS. Please refer the official site for more information regarding that. On the whole, every course has its own importance when pursued in AIIMS. All the best for choosing your career with AIIMS.



AIIMS Medical Entrance Exam


       AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical science) is a Medical institute which was established in New Delhi on 1956.

This is one of the most prestigious institute which aims to deliver high standard of medical education to the students of India. In accordance to that, AIIMS institute conducts a medical entrance examination every year under the same name “AIIMS” for the admission to the MBBS, BDS, DM, Ph.D programs in 7 AIIMS institutes of India.

More about AIIMS institute:

                     In 1956, AIIMS institute was declared as an autonomous institute and started to operate autonomously under the Ministry of health and family welfare. This is a residential university in which all the staffs, faculty members, and students live inside the campus. It has 6 boys hostel and 2 girls hostel inside the campus with a capacity to accommodate 850 students.


Under graduate courses:

There are various under graduate courses in the fields of medicine, nursing, etc., under AIIMS institute. They are:

  • MBBS:

   Every year around 50 students are admitted in the AIIMS institute. Such students are selected carefully through the AIIMS examination which filters most capable and intelligent students for medical education. Those students are picked and given quality education and also opportunities to open up their minds to the research areas during their vacation periods.

  • Sc courses in Nursing, Radiography, Ophthalmic, audiometry:

                 Pursuing B.Sc degree from AIIMS institute is most prestigious for any student. AIIMS conducts entrance examination for each specialization and meritorious students are eligible to get admitted in any of the 7 AIIMS institutes of India.

  • Sc(Hons) in Human Biology:

                 This is an Honours degree in B.Sc Human Biology. This course integrates social and natural science in the study of human beings.


Post graduate courses:

  • MD/MS and MDS:

           AIIMS produce various special Master degrees in the field of Dental and other areas.

  • DM and MCh in Neurology, Neurosurgery, Pediatric surgery:

           These are super specialty courses which are provided specially by AIIMS institutes.

  • Master’s degree in Biotechnology:

       This two year course was introduced in 1986 which aims to produce students as scientists for

highly specialized areas such as vaccine production.


Objectives of AIIMS:

  • To deliver high level of standard education in all possible departments of UG and PG degrees of AIIMS
  • To provide all possible educational facilities at one single place with best teachers.
  • To provide best assistance for students or faculties in research fields.
  • Organize regular trainings, workshops and other programs for the growth and development of the students.

Functions of AIIMS:

  • Introducing innovative techniques in the field of education and research.
  • Producing best ever teachers for the country.
  • Providing world standard facilities for every student, staffs and faculties of AIIMS.
  • Allowing students for research and related sciences.
  • Providing all possible branches in Under graduate and Post graduate degrees like Nursing, Audiometry, radiography, etc.,


Special branches in AIIMS:

             Along with the regular branches of Medical education, there are all possible branches with which an AIIMS student can be benefited. These are called as super specialty courses in surgical disciplines such as DM (Doctor of Management) and MCh ( Master of Chirurgical).

Super specialty branches are:

  • Gastroenterology:

                           Branch which deals with the disorders in stomach and intestines.

  • Neurology:

               Branch which deals with the anatomy and organic disorders of nerves and nervous system.

  • Neurosurgery:

               It is the surgery which is done on the nervous system of human body. For example, brain and spine.

  • Pediatric surgery:

           This is a surgery which is done on fetuses, infants and children.

  • Nephrology:

           This branch deals with the physiology and diseases of kidneys.


AIIMS college fee structure:

You can find the college fee structure in detail in below link:


AIIMS college rank in India:

       Ranks of AIIMS institutes can be found in the following link:


Advantages of doing UG in AIIMS:

  • World class facilities for the students who are studying in AIIMS institutes
  • Students are given best education and are exposed to even rarest cases of patients and how to treat them.
  • Since the AIIMS campuses are situated at the heart of the city, students feel easy to attend various medical conferences, research events, seminars, etc.,
  • AIIMS institutes are offered collaborative projects from all over the world. In the year of 2010-2011, AIIMS received grants worth more than Rs.50 crore for 500 successful projects.
  • AIIMS doctors are well paid not only in India but also abroad.

Top 7 AIIMS institute in India:

  1. AIIMS, New Delhi
  2. AIIMS, Bhubaneswar
  3. AIIMS, Jodhpur
  4. AIIMS, Patna
  5. AIIMS, Raipur
  6. AIIMS, Rishikesh
  7. AIIMS, Bhopal

Studying in a top prestigious college really means a lot. Studying in AIIMS adds more importance to your life and education. Aim high and try to get selected in AIIMS institutes of India.

AIIMS Model Papers

AIIMS Model Papers:

           AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Science) conducts AIIMS MBBS examination every year on June month. This exam is said to be one of the most competitive and toughest exams for the students who wish to start their career in medicine field.

Model papers:

         One of the best methods of preparation for AIIMS examination is to refer previous year’s model papers.

Importance of Model papers:

  • Model papers help students to know the question pattern clearly.
  • Even if a student starts preparing for AIIMS at a last moment, there is a possibility to clear the exam if he is trained to solve all the previous year’s question paper of AIIMS.
  • Solving model papers help you to come out of stress and help you to manage time properly.
  • Most of the surveys say, those students who have taken training in solving model papers or in solving mock test are able to manage their time perfectly.
  • Model papers filters out most important topics, just important and less important topics in every subjects. Thus, a student can plan a study strategy to concentrate more on most important chapters.

         Below you can find the model papers of previous years which will be really helpful to crack AIIMS examination.


          AIIMS MBBS 2014 exam was taken place on June 1, 2014. Most of the candidates felt that the difficulty level of the paper was moderate. In that paper, Physics and Chemistry were little difficult when compared to the Biology and General Knowledge section. Most of the questions from Chemistry were of reason-assertion type whereas questions from Biology were derivative based.

          This exam was carried out by AIIMS, New Delhi across 18 centres in India. Students were not allowed to take out their question paper from AIIMS MBBS 2014 examination hall. Thus, you cannot find any question papers in the public domain.


            In this exam, most of the Physics questions were from reason assertion. These types of questions really test your capacity and thus require high level of learning. Chemistry section maximum consisted of questions based on chemical equations, numerical problems, etc. This section also had reason assertion based questions. Biology section had questions of derivative type.

You can check the AIIMS MBBS question paper in the following link

Thus, refer all this above link. It will not only help you to crack AIIMS easily but also it will help you to be familiar with the pattern of the AIIMS question paper.



AIIMS Jodhpur

AIIMS Jodhpur:

            Just like other five AIIMS institutions which were established in 2012 under the Government scheme of PMSSY, AIIMS Jodhpur was established as a medical college and medical research centre at Jodhpur, Rajasthan in the same academic year.

The first academic session for AIIMS Jodhpur started with the batch of 50 MBBS students on 17 September 2012. Also, it was the first institution among the six AIIMS to start the Out patient services in 15 areas of specialization.

Few of those areas are mentioned below:

  1. Ophthalmology
  2. Obstetrics and Gynecology
  3. General medicine
  4. General surgery
  5. Dermatology
  6. Dentistry
  7. Psychiatry
  8. Pulmonary medicine
  9. Pathology and lab medicine
  10. Orthopedics
  11. Microbiology and so on.

Faculties in AIIMS Jodhpur:

                Here are the lists of few professors for every department in AIIMS Jophpur. They are

Department of Anatomy:

Professor: Dr.Surajjt Ghatak

  1. Surajit Ghatak has successfully published 5 articles and 4 abstracts on the academic year 2014.
  2. Successful conferences or workshops are held in the year 2014 at AIIMS Jodhpur. Workshop on lateral Skull base surgery was one of the most famous workshops delivered by Dr.Surajit Ghatak which was held at AIIMS Jodhpur.

Additional Professor: Dr.Bijendra singh

  1. Bijendra singh has successfully published 7 articles and 4 abstracts on the academic year 2014.
  2. Successfully conducted Basic Life Support (BLS) course American heart Association in coordination with AIIMS Jodhpur on April 2014.

Department of Pharmacology:

Professor: Dr.Sneha Ambwani:

  1. Total number of articles published by Dr.Sneha Ambwani is 10.
  2. Participated in the 17th World congress of basic and clinical Pharmacology, Cape Town, South Africa on July 2014.

Associate professor: Dr.Pramod kumar Sharma

  1. Two articles are successfully published by associate professor Dr.Parmod Kumar in the year 2014.
  2. Gastrointestinal and Hepato pancreatic Biliary Interventions workshop was the successful workshop participated by Dr.Pramod Kumar.

Department of Microbiology:

Professor: Dr.Vijayalakshmi Nag

  1. Total numbers of papers presented by Dr.Vijayalakshmi Nag is 7.          
  2. She was the organizing chairman for CME at AIIMS Jodhpur for the year 2014.  

Associate professor: Dr.Anuradha Sharma

  1. She has successfully submitted one paper in the year 2014.

             Assistant professor: Dr.Ravi sekhar Gadepalli

Department of Nursing:

       Professor:Dr.Raj rani

       Assistant professor: Dr.Ashok Kumar

Department of Forensic medicine and toxicology:

       Professor: Dr.Punit setia

Department of Radiotherapy:

       Professor: Dr.Puneet Pareek

Department of Dentistry:

       Assistant Professor: Dr.Ankita Chugh

AIIMS Exam Preparation Tips

AIIMS Exam Preparation Tips:

       AIIMS MBBS examination is one of the coveted medical examinations among the aspirants. AIIMS conducts this examination every year for the students who wish to start their career in medical field. Before knowing how to prepare for AIIMS examination it is better to be clear about the Pattern and Syllabus of the exam. This is because every single second you spend for the preparation must be worthy.

By knowing the pattern and syllabus clearly, one can be sure in which chapters to concentrate and which not to concentrate. Thus, pattern and syllabus are as follows:

Pattern for AIIMS MBBS exam:

Total duration of the exam: 3 and half hours

Total number of questions: 200

Physics: 60 questions carrying 60 marks

Chemistry: 60 questions carrying 60 marks

Biology: 60 questions carrying 60 marks

General Knowledge: 20 questions carrying 20 marks

Each correct attempt is awarded one mark

Negative mark -1/3 is applicable for each incorrect attempt

Types of question: Multiple choice objective questions

Mode of exam: Online and offline

Language of the question booklet: Candidate can choose either English question booklet or Hindi question Booklet.


           The questions can be from the 11th and 12th class science subjects. Below is the link which gives detailed idea about the syllabus for AIIMS MBBS.

Special tips for preparing AIIMS MBBS:

  • There is no specific curriculum for the question paper. The questions can be based on formulas, theories and problems from the science subjects. Thus, be very thorough with all the basics of each subject (Physics, Chemistry and Biology).
  • Try to solve at least 300 questions per day. This is a proved and most favorite method of toppers. Solving as many questions as possible will make you feel confident, refreshed and also helps to point out your mistakes.
  • If you are in a starting stage, try to join in any coaching institute. Coaching centres will make you to follow a weekly routine or daily routine to revise your subjects. This will give you a competitive spirit and motivate you to get high scores.
  • Try to be thorough with 12th standard subjects since most of the questions are from 12th
  • If you are from non-maths group, try to remember important basic formulas in mathematics.
  • Most important thing is, try to solve questions from different books. Books that you can refer for AIIMS exam is:

                 Physics: HC Verma Concept of Physics

                 Chemistry: O.P.Tandon Physical Chemistry

                 Biology: Objective Biology by Dinesh

  • Refer old question papers. This is mandatory method for any student because 20% of the questions are repeated from the previous year’s question papers.
  • Focus on Newspapers, magazine and be updated of current affairs in the world. This will help you a lot in General Knowledge section.

                   Thus, the only key to success in AIIMS examination is working smartly than working hard. Schedule a separate strategy of learning. Stick to that time schedule strictly. Revise your lessons often. Concentrate more on Logical questions than theoretical questions. This will help you to crack AIIMS exam easily.

AIIMS Exam Pattern 2016

AIIMS Exam Pattern:

AIIMS is the most important exam for the students, waiting to take up MBBS, B.Sc Nursing, M.Sc Nursing and other para medical courses in All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) of India.

AIIMS University:

             All India Institute of Medical Science is an autonomous medical institute which operates in seven cities of India such as New Delhi, Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Bhubaneswar and Raipur. This institute was first established in the year 1956 at New Delhi under the Act of Parliament specially to deliver high standard of medical education to the society. This institute also concentrated to develop the teaching patterns of both undergraduate and postgraduate courses of medicine.

             AIIMS has world class facilities for teaching and research programs. It provides various UG and PG courses in medical and paramedical areas. AIIMS covers courses in more than 42 disciplines. Not only in teaching, AIIMS excels well also in research field having more than 600 research publications every year. AIIMS operates 25 clinical centers and 4 super specialty clinics with the support from pre and Para clinical departments.


Exams of AIIMS:

             AIIMS conducts different exams for different courses. This means, AIIMS conducts separate exams for MBBS course, Nursing, Nursing, Biotechnology and other para medical courses.

Let’s check out each exam’s pattern separately:


AIIMS MBBS Exam Pattern:

               This is the most important exam for the aspirants who wish to do MBBS in AIIMS institutes of India. This exam contains pattern as follows:

Mode of exam:

               This exam is conducted in both Online and Offline modes. Candidates must have mentioned their preference of examination mode. Online exam takes place as a computer based test whereas offline test takes place with paper and pen.

Duration of the exam:

                 The total duration of the exam is 3 and half hours. Candidates who are taking online test please note that timer will be running in the window of your computer.

Total marks: 200

Marks subject wise:

         Physics: 60

         Chemistry: 60

         Biology: 60

         General Knowledge: 20

Each correct attempt carries: 1 mark

Each wrong attempt carries -1/3 mark

Unanswered question: 0 mark



               Questions are covered from 11th and 12th class (Science stream subjects). However, no particular syllabus is prescribed by the exam authorities.

Type of questions: Multiple choices of questions

Language of the question booklet:

               The candidate can select either English or Hindi as the language for the question booklet.

Exam Patten for AIIMS (Hons) Nursing:

                This exam which is especially conducted for AIIMS (Hons) Nursing is common for all the seven AIIMS institutes. The pattern of the exam as follows:

Total duration of the exam: 2 hours

Total marks: 100

This exam is divided into four parts as:

             Part A: Physics carrying 30 marks

             Part B: Chemistry carrying 30 marks

             Part C: Biology carrying 30 marks

             Part D: General Knowledge carrying 10 marks

Type of questions: Multiple choices of question (Objective type)

Every correct attempt carries one mark.

Negative mark applies for the exam.

This exam is conducted only in English.


Exam Patten for AIIMS (Hons) Para medical courses:

                 This exam is much similar to that of (Hons) Nursing except the total duration of the exam.

Total duration of the exam: 1 and half hours

Total marks: 100

Type of questions: Multiple choices of question (Objective type)

This exam is divided into four parts as:

            Part A: Physics carrying 30 marks

             Part B: Chemistry carrying 30 marks

             Part C: Biology carrying 30 marks

             Part D: General Knowledge carrying 10 marks

Every correct attempt carries one mark.

Negative mark applies for exam.


Exam Pattern for AIIMS B.Sc Nursing Post certificate:

Total duration of this exam: 90 minutes

Total number of questions: 70 objective questions

Syllabus: Fundamentals of nursing, professional trends in nursing, physiology and pharmacology

Every correct attempt carries one mark.

Negative mark applies for exam.


Exam Pattern for AIIMS M.Sc Biotechnolgy:

Total duration of the exam: 90 minutes

Total marks: 90

Number of questions to be attempted: 90

Type of questions: Multiple choices of question (Objective type)

Every correct attempt carries one mark.

Negative mark is applicable for each incorrect answer.                              

Candidates applying for this exam must have secured a minimum of 60% in the qualifying exams such as:

  • Tech Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of science three years degree in any subject
  • Pharmacy
  • V.Sc
Exam pattern for AIIMS M.Sc Nursing:

 Total duration of the exam: 90 minutes

Total marks: 90

Number of questions attempted: 90

Type of questions: Multiple choices of question (Objective type)

Every correct attempt carries one mark.

Negative mark is applicable for each incorrect answer.                              

Eligibility criteria:

         Candidates must have completed any of the following degrees:

  • Sc (Hons) Nursing
  • Sc Nursing (Post certificate)
  • Post-basic/ B.Sc Nursing (4 Years professional degree)

On the basis of marks scored by the students, they are further invited for the counselling session. However, you might have got a clear idea about AIIMS examinations and exam pattern for each different exam.

AIIMS Entrance Test

AIIMS Entrance Test (MBBS/UG):

               AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical science), New Delhi conducts national level medical entrance examination for the admission to the MBBS course in the most prestigious AIIMS institutes of India.

Top most AIIMS institutes in India:

                   There are seven AIIMS institute in India. They are:

  • AIIMS New Delhi
  • AIIMS Bhopal
  • AIIMS Jodhpur
  • AIIMS Patna
  • AIIMS Bhubaneswar
  • AIIMS Rishikesh
  • AIIMS Raipur


How to apply?

             Application forms are available online through the official website Application forms for AIIMS 2016 is yet to be announced.

Try to fill all the details as careful as possible. This is because these details will be reflected in your admit card for AIIMS exam.

Steps for applying for AIIMS exam:

  • Visit the official site of application form filling
  • Fill all your personal details, academic details in the application form correctly.
  • Payment for AIIMS exam can be made online through debit card/ credit card or e-challan.
  • Take print out of the filled in application form and keep it safe till your admission process gets over.
  • You must have a scanned copy of your signature and recently taken photograph in JPEG format.
  • Click on submit.
  • If successfully submitted you will get My Page where you can find all the details with a Unique Application number.
  • You will get a confirmation email if successfully registered. Please take a print out of that page.
  • Do check your status and admit card in the website.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Candidates must have cleared HSC board exam with a minimum of 60% (General candidates) and 50% (SC/ST candidates) in all major subjects such as Physics, English, Chemistry and Biology.
  • Candidates who are going to appear for 12th exam currently can also apply for this exam.
  • Candidate must have completed 17 years as on December 31st of the year of admission.
  • Candidates have to produce the required degree certificates at the time of admission.
  • Overseas candidates can also apply for this exam. They have to submit the proof of Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) under the Section 7A of Citizenship act of India.

Pattern and Syllabus:

               Pattern for AIIMS MBBS exam:

Duration for the exam: 3 and Half hours

Total number of questions: 200 (Including all sections such as Biology, Physics, Chemistry and General Knowledge)

Total number of questions subject wise:

Physics: 60 questions

Chemistry: 60 questions

Biology: 60 questions

General Knowledge: 20 question

Exam mode: Computer based online Test.

Language of the question booklet: English or Hindi

Each correct attempt carries: 1 mark

Each Incorrect attempt carries: -1/3 mark

Unanswered: 0 mark

Examination date: Mostly on First week of June of every year.


Syllabus for AIIMS MBBS exam:

You can check the detailed syllabus for AIIMS MBBS in below link:


Admit card for AIIMS exam:

  • Admit card/ Hall ticket is a very important document for any student without he/she cannot enter the examination hall.
  • Admit card will be available for download from the official website.
  • Admit card contains all the important details such as name of the student, Father’s name, Application number, registration number, Date of Birth, etc.
  • Take multiple print out of that admit card.

Results announcement:

       Results will be announced for AIIMS MBBS at the end of June every year. Results are announced both rank and roll number wise.

AIIMS MBBS results are announced to fill 672 seats in seven AIIMS institutes of India.


             Students who are in meritorious ranks are called for AIIMS counselling. Thus, instructions for the students who are called for AIIMS counselling are:

  • AIIMS admit card is a compulsory document for attending counselling.
  • Call letter from AIIMS university, New Delhi is an another important document to carry.
  • Date of Birth proving certificates
  • Certificates of 12th board exam.
  • Single set of self attested copies of all the certificates
  • 6 passport size photos.

Students are requested to be in the counselling venue at the specified time. If candidate fails to be at the correct time, then he/she will be marked as absent and candidature will be cancelled. Currently, AIIMS MBBS 2015 third round of counselling is to be held on September 10, 2015. Open Counselling for AIIMS (if the seats are vacant) is to be held on September 23, 2015.

The venue for the counselling session is at J.L.Auditorium, AIIMS and New Delhi. Students who are willing to continue your education in medical field, have to take AIIMS as a serious exam. Scoring high in this exam will definitely make you feel unique and proud.




AIIMS Entrance Exam Syllabus

AIIMS Syllabus:

             All India Institute of Medical Science conducts AIIMS MBBS examination every year to select best meritorious students to the admission of AIIMS MBBS course.

Why it is important to practice according to the syllabus?

            Every student must be very clear about the exam Patten and syllabus. This is because, knowing your syllabus thoroughly will help you to concentrate more on the important topics and chapters. Know what the syllabus exactly and pay attention only to that. It will be very easy to crack the examination. Let us check few important topics for AIIMS MBBS exam. However, only the synopsis of the syllabus is described here. For detailed information on syllabus of AIIMS MBBS please check the official site of AIIMS.

Subjects covered:

         Subjects covered for AIIMS are Physics, Chemistry and Biology and General Knowledge. Important topics in each subject are as follows:

Most important chapters in Physics:

  • Heat and Thermodynamics          
  • Ray optics
  • X-rays
  • Wave motion
  • Laws of Motion
  • Electrostatics
  • Gravitation
  • Current electricity
  • Modern physics

Important chapters in Physics:

  • Motion in one Dimension
  • Fluids
  • Kinetic theory of gases
  • Units dimensions errors
  • Circular motion
  • Radioactivity
  • Rotational motion
  • Elasticity

Less Important chapters in Physics:

  • Motions in 2D
  • Work Energy Power
  • Capacitance
  • Alternating current

More important topics in Chemistry:

  • General organic chemistry
  • P-block elements
  • S-block elements
  • Chemical equilibrium
  • Mole concepts
  • Electrochemistry
  • Alkanes, alkenes, alkynes

Important topics in Chemistry

  • Chemical kinetics
  • Alchohol phenol ether
  • Redox reactions
  • Atomic structure
  • Solutions
  • Ionic equilibrium
  • Principles and processes of extraction

Less important topics in Chemistry:

  • Polymers
  • Solid state
  • Nuclear chemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Coordination compounds

Most important topics in Biology:

  • Genetics
  • Ecology
  • Human health disease
  • Origin of life
  • Cell division

Important topics in Biology:

  • Sensory system
  • Fungi
  • Monera
  • Protista
  • Chordata

Less Important topics in Biology:

  • Movement and Locomotion
  • Animal Tissues
  • Nervous coordination
  • Plant growth
  • Circulation of Body fluids

You can find the detailed syllabus of AIIMS MBBS examination in the below link:

Important books for AIIMS MBBS:

        Here are the lists of few important books to refer for AIIMS MBBS. These books covers the above topics and describes that in a prescribed manner.

  1. NCERT Books
  2. ABC Chemistry
  3. Arihant Organic Chemistry
  4. Trueman’s Biology Volume 1, Volume 2 and Trueman’s Objective Biology.
  5. Physics CBSE PMT by P.Aggarwal

Prepare according to the syllabus and score high in AIIMS MBBS entrance examination. All the Best!!



AIIMS 2014 Admission Process

1. Admitted candidates must join classes on 1st August, 2014 (5thAugust,2014 for AIIMS, New Delhi). The admission of the candidates, who fail to join the Course by the date stipulated in the letter of intimation, shall automatically be cancelled and such seats shall then be offered to the candidates  on the waiting list in order of merit in the same category.

2. Normally no candidate, Indian or Foreign National, will be admitted to the MBBS course beyond 30th September of the year of the admission. No candidate except foreign nationals will be admitted under any circumstances beyond 30th September of the year of admission. The candidates who are admitted after 30th September will be eligible for appearing in the first professional examination only with the next batch of students.

3. Candidates selected for admission to the MBBS course at the AIIMS after verification of their eligibility and offered admission should bring the following original certificates/ testimonials/documents at the time of admission:

i. Certificate of having passed the 10+2 or equivalent examinations, showing the subject offered by him/her in the examination.

ii. Certificate from the Board from which he/she passed the High School/Higher Secondary Examination, showing his/her date of birth.

iii. Certificate/Mark sheet from the Board from which he/she passed the 10+2 or equivalent examination showing that he/she has secured 60% or more marks (50% in case of SC/ST/Orthopaedic Physically handicapped candidates) in aggregate in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

iv. Migration Certificate from the University/Board last attended by him/her.

v.      a) SC/ST Certificate issued by the competent authority. Community should be clearly mentioned in the certificate.

b) OBC Certificate issued by the competent authority. The sub-caste should tally with the Central list of OBC. OBC candidates should not belong to Creamy layer. OBC certificate must be in the prescribed format.

c) Certificate from prescribed authority showing that he/she belongs to Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped Category.
Note. Applicable only to candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste/Tribe/OBC/OPH Category.