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AIIMS MSc

AIIMS M.Sc. 2024: Application Form, Exam Date, Patter, Result & Cutoff Check at @aimsexams.org

AIIMS MSc Entrance Examination

The examination is divided into four sections of multiple choices questions and their comprehension of biology, chemistry, aptitude and logical reasoning abilities will be tested. Applying for the program calls for the students to have completed their bachelorette with relevant specialty and aggregated marks over 60%. Thus, teh process normally starts in January and tests are written in June. 

Within a month from when the AIIMS MSc entrance exam is held, the results will be published. Candidates that have been filtered out will have to go for counseling session for seat allotment. First year of studies lasts for 2 years and then the whole of the second year is dedicated to the coursework, research and thesis or dissertation.

The date for the commencement of AIIMS MSc entrance exam 2024 is now set at mid-June 2023. The results of the exam are likely to be released by July 2023. It is likely for doctorate course 2024 batch to start in January 2024 at one of the several AIIMS Institutes scattered through India.

AIIMS M.Sc. 2024 Exam Dates

Event Date
Release of AIIMS M.Sc. notification February 2024
Last date to apply for AIIMS M.Sc. March 2024
Correction window for AIIMS M.Sc. application form April 2024
Release of AIIMS M.Sc. admit card May 2024
AIIMS M.Sc. exam June 2024

AIIMS M.Sc 2024 Eligibility

Criteria Details
Nationality Indian nationals, OCI/PIO/NRIs, and foreign national candidates are eligible to apply.
Age Candidates must have completed the age of 21 years as on 31st December 2024. There will be no upper age limit to appear in AIIMS M.Sc.
Qualifications Candidates must have passed the MBBS degree or provisional MBBS pass certificate from an MCI-recognized institution. Internship: Completion of a one-year internship by the designated cutoff date is mandatory.
Marks Candidates must have passed the qualifying examination with a minimum of 60% aggregate mar

AIIMS M.Sc. 2024 Exam Pattern

Details Description
Exam Name AIIMS M.Sc. (Master of Science) Entrance Exam
Conducting Body All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)
Exam Mode Computer-based
Exam Date June 2024
Exam Duration 3 hours
Number of Questions 90
Question Type Multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
Negative Marking Yes, 1 mark for each wrong answer
Minimum Qualifying Marks 50% for general category candidates and 40% for reserved category candidates
Syllabus The syllabus for the AIIMS M.Sc. exam is based on the MBBS curriculum. The syllabus is divided into two parts:

AIIMS M.Sc Courses

Course Duration Eligibility
Anatomy 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Biochemistry 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Biotechnology 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Clinical Pharmacology 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Medical Microbiology 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Medical Physics 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Physiology 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Reproductive Biology and Clinical Embryology 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Biophysics 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Medical Virology 2 years MBBS degree or equivalent from a recognized university
Nursing 2 years Graduate in Nursing from a recognized university with a minimum of 55% marks

AIIMS MSc Exam Preparation Tips 2024

1. Partricularize how the exam is structured - You should understand the types of questions, division into sections, marking systems, negative marking, etc. It will allow you to plan your preparation.

2. The syllabus is very much covered - Make sure that you have covered the complete syllabus of physics, chemistry, biology sections which are as prescribed in the syllabus. By the end of the class, you will understand everything there is to know about language acquisition.

3. Solve mock papers - This is a good strategy to know the difficulty level, popular topics and thus you'll be familiar with overall exam pattern. Try to solve 5-10 years problems if possible.

4. Grasp notes - Since the syllabus is large, it will take a shorter time if you prepare notes by topic, which will help in cramming the content. Go into facts, formulas and principles.

5. Take mock tests – Regular mock practices will assess your progress and help to deal with any remaining weak points

6. Work on speed and accuracy - As there 180 MCQ questions in 3 hours it goes without an effort to say that sufficient speed for the questions is needed along with accuracy for the paper. Practice timed tests.

7. Without neglecting your advantages - Apart from topping yourself up on weak ones, you also have to be prepared in topics that you are skilled at. Practice them well.

8. Rest in health, practice concentration and guard your confidence - Take time to follow the right kind of a regime. Keep a positive attitude and control your emotional state prior to the examination. Revise and rest well.

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