Admission Procedure of MBBS in AIIMS

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We received this Question by one of the visitors as to what is the Admission Procedure for MBBS Courses in AIIMS?

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences conducts an MBBS Entrance Exam for admission to Bachelor course in Medicine (MBBS) in AIIMS New Delhi and other new AIIMS Institutions in India. The students need to score high merit in the entrance test for getting admission in the AIIMS.

The candidates seeking admission to MBBS course in AIIMS need to fill the application form and pay the application fee before the last date. The candidates can apply online at www.aiimsexams.org. The registration for online application for MBBS admissions in AIIMS starts every year in the month of March and ends in April.

The applicants need to complete all the steps of online submission of application which involve Registration, uploading of images, payment of fees and registration slip. SBI bank challan can used to for the payment of fee at the nearest SBI branch. Once the bank approves the payment the candidates can take the print of the registration form.

Eligibility: The candidates should have attained or will attain the age of 17 years and passed 12th class with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology and with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate.

The Candidates are advised to visit the AIIMS website regularly for the Prospectus, detailed instructions and online Registration and any subsequent Addendum/corrigendum/ Information.

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Supreme Court rejects Maharashtra’s plea on exemption from NEET-UG for MBBS Admissions

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain Maharashtra Govt.’s plea for exemption from the 2012-2013 National Common Entrance Test NEET  for Graduate and Postgraduate Courses of Medicine and suggested the state approach the High Court.

A bench of justices HL Dattu and CK Prasad also refrained from giving any direction to the high court.

“We don’t want to give any direction or make observations to the high court. We want the high court to act independently,” the bench told counsel Shekhar Naphade who sought permission to withdraw the application.

The state had moved the application seeking exemption from the CET on the ground that it posed difficulties for students on account of the change in syllabus.

Maharashtra contended the course prescribed by MCI and the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is dissimilar to the syllabus taught in the state to Class 11th & 12th students,  reports DNA India

“As such, the new syllabus for the common entrance test would be difficult for them to cope up in such short period of time, gravely prejudicing their rights for being selected in any good medical college.

“Everyone knows the amount of stress for performing well in competitive exams is enormous on students. Therefore, any such sudden changes will be demoralising for the students and can cause severe depression and anxiety with unfortunate consequences,” the state had said.

source : http:// www. dnaindia. com/india/report_sc-rejects-maharashtra-s-plea-on-exemption-from-medical-cet_1611189

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Latest Admission News and Application Deadlines – July 24, 2009

Latest Admission News and Application Deadlines – July 24, 2009

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MCI derecognises KMC Manipal and Mangalore MBBS Courses

Medical Council of India (MCI) has derecognised  MBBS Course of both Kasturba Medical College (KMC) in Mangalore and Manipal, putting a number of KMC medical graduates, reports the Hindu dated July 30, 2008.

There were “several inadequacies in the colleges which would not allow students to benefit completely from the course,” said a senior MCI official. Read Complete news >> Details

Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore Admissions 2008

CMC Vellore MBBS – Admission Notification 2008 MBBS/ BDS/ BPT/ B.Sc. (Nursing) and BOT, BPT, BSc MLT Programmes 

IMPORTANT DATES:
Group A
MBBS BSc, Nursing, OT/PT/MLT
Filled applications Last date 19 April 2008 (both groups)
Entrance test 23 May 2008

Details – CMC Vellore Admission Notice 2008