AIIMS INI-CET 2023: Result date out, eligibility and latest updateeb 2022

Nitin Varma

Nitin Varma

AIIMS INI-CET 2023 Result Date: INI-CET for January 2023 session was conducted on November 13, the results will be available on November 19.

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INI CET is the Combined Entrance Test (CET) for admission into postgraduate courses (MD, MS, DM, MCh and MDS) at Institutes of National Importance (INIs) for medical education– AIIMS (New Delhi and all new AIIMS), JIPMER Puducherry, NIMHANS Bengaluru, PGIMER Chandigarh and SCTIMST Thiruvananthapuram. The exam is conducted for a total of 17 institutions.

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When was the INI-CET exam for the January 2023 session held?

The INI-CET exam for January 2023 session was conducted on November 13.

When will the AIIMS INI CET results be declared?

The results will be announced on November 19, as per the official notification. However, the result time is unclear. Keep checking this page for further updates.

Who is eligible for INI CET?

Indian candidates must have an MBBS degree for any of the MD, MS, DM-6 years, MCH- 6 years courses and a BDS degree for MDS courses from a university recognised by the National Medical Commission, Medical Council of India.

The candidates must have completed a 12-month compulsory rotating internship period/ practical training on or before January 2023. Candidates whose internship doesn’t get completed on or before January 31, 2023, were ineligible for registration. The eligibility criteria for MDS candidates are different.

A candidate may be eligible for admission into any INIs or only at some specific INIs depending upon the fulfilment of eligibility criteria applicable to respective INIs. Making seat choices and order of preference after the declaration of result will be allowed provisionally as per applicable eligibility criteria of admission into respective INI.

The minimum marks in MBBS/BDS or equivalent exams should be as follows:

– For all unreserved, EWS and OBC categories it should be 55 per cent marks in aggregate

– For candidates belonging to SC, and ST categories it should be 50 per cent marks in aggregate

–For PwD candidates it is the same as per the unreserved/SC/ST/OBC criteria (55 per cent marks aggregate for unreserved/EWS/OBC and 50 per cent marks aggregate for SC/ST)

 

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