AIIMS 2020 Exam Day Guidelines (PG, MDS, DM/MCh, BSc/MSc Nursing) for Social Distancing
AIIMS 2020 Exam Day Guidelines for COVID-19 and Social Distancing - All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, through an official notice, on June 5, has released the social distancing AIIMS exam guidelines 2020 PG, MDS, DM/MCh, BSc/MSc nursing and fellowship courses. These exam day guidelines for AIIMS exam 2020 mentions the instructions to be followed during COVID-19 epidemic. AIIMS PG entrance exam along with other AIIMS entrance tests held across 150 cities of the nation. AIIMS PG 2020 exam day guidelines provide information on social distancing instructions, do’s and don’ts which has to be adhered to, documents to carry, what not to carry and other guidelines to be followed during COVID-19 pandemic. These exam guidelines of AIIMS 2020 with social distancing will help candidates to know what to expect on the date of exam and prepare for it accordingly.
IMPORTANT: AIIMS BSc Nursing (H) 2020 exam postponed until further notice
Any candidate who will be found violating the AIIMS PG/MDS/DM/MCh/nursing guidelines will be debarred from taking the computer based test. Some of the important guidelines will be mentioned in the declaration released along with the admit card of AIIMS 2020. The hall ticket contains the barcode for free touch entry. AIIMS 2020 PG/MDS/DM/MCh and AIIMS nursing candidates can go through the article to know AIIMS 2020 exam day guidelines for social distancing and instructions to be followed.
AIIMS exam day schedule 2020
Before knowing the AIIMS PG 2020 exam guidelines, it is important for candidates to know the schedule of the entrance examination, which is mentioned in the table below.
AIIMS 2020 exam schedule
Name of exam
Date of exam
AIIMS MD/MS/DM(6 years)/MCh(6 years) and MDS
June 11, 2020
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
DM/MCh and MD (Hospital Administration
June 11, 2020
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
AIIMS B.Sc. nursing (post-basic)
June 11, 2020
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
June 11, 2020
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
AIIMS Fellowship programme
June 11, 2020
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
|AIIMS BSc (H) Nursing||Postponed||1:00 PM to 2:00 PM|
AIIMS exam day guidelines 2020
Candidates can read the following PG/MDS, DM/MCh, AIIMS BSc/MSc nursing and fellowship guidelines for social distancing and should implement it for successful conduct of the examination during the challenging Coronavirus time.
City of examination - For the travel convenience of candidates, the examination centres for all AIIMS exam, which will be held on June 11, 2020, will be held in 150 cities of India. With the implementation of social distancing means 50% less candidates as per the available centres. All the efforts are being made to allocate students AIIMS exam centres as per their choices and preferences.
AIIMS PG admit card - The modification has also been made in the admit card. The declaration will also be provided with the admit card of AIIMS PG/MDS/MCh/DM/BSc/MSc/fellowship courses. The declaration mentions AIIMS PG 2020 exam day guidelines to be followed amid COVID-19. The hall ticket also has the barcode for touch free entry.
Social distancing norms and personal safety at centre - It is important for candidates to follow the AIIMS exam instructions 2020 at the time of entry in the exam centre, registration, seating in the exam hall and exit from the centre. AIIMS, Delhi requests all candidates to cooperate for their and others safety. The following norms of social distancing must be followed.
Staggered time entry - In order to avoid crowding at the centre, the entry at the allotted test centres will be time staggered. The time for reporting at the allotted AIIMS exam centres will be mailed/messaged to the candidates.
Barcode scanning - The entry to candidates will be through scanning of barcode at the entry gate. The scanning can be done by candidates without touching using any personnel or device. The allotted room/lab/hall will be told to the test takers at the time of scanning.
Hand hygiene - As per the AIIMS PG exam guidelines 2020, candidates are required to maintain the hand hygiene procedure during entry, registration and in the examination hall.
Face mask - As per the government rules and safety of candidates, it is mandatory to wear a face mask. A fresh three-Ply face mask will be available at the entry point after the first instance of hand-sanitization. Aspirants are free to avail this facility.
Care for personnel belonging - Follow the exam day guidelines of AIIMS 2020 as mentioned in the prospectus/admit card and do not carry any unnecessary belonging at the centre.
COVID-19 self declaration - As per the COVID-19 self declaration, candidates will be directed to the designated examination hall, lab or rooms.
Registration desk - It must be noted that one registration desk will be operational for 30 minutes, where candidates’ faces will be captured by camera. Before and after marking the attendance in the sheet, aspirants need to sanitize their left hand thumb impression with alcohol. The best way of marking attendance, maintaining social distancing has been adapted at the exam centres. Therefore, candidates should not rush and crowd for anything. People at the exam centres duty will take care of all needs.
Photograph - Candidates are not required to carry their photographs at the exam centre for verification purposes.
ID card - The relevant identity card (ID) card must be carried and will be verified at the registration desk. The image will be captured for record and subsequent verification process at any stage of admission.
Sanitization of computers - According to AIIMS PG 2020 exam day guidelines, all the computers, mouse, keyboard, seats, desk and other required items at the desk will be sanitized. Aspirants can again sanitize those things using the sanitizers provided at the exam hall/lab or rooms.
Social distancing - The seating plan has been designed in such a way that there is a vacant seat between two candidates and at least 6 feet distance.
Trouble-shooting - In case of any technical problems, the staff will always be available as trouble-shooters. The supporting staff will follow all the prescribed AIIMS exam guidelines 2020 for PG/MDS/MCh/DM/nursing and fellowship courses.
Washroom facility - As per the AIIMS MD/MS guidelines for social distancing, all the washrooms will be sanitized properly and students are also requested to follow hand sanitization procedure before and after use.
Bottled water - A bottle will be provided to the candidates and it is their responsibility to follow due precaution during consumption of water and disposal of empty bottles.
Exit and submission of AIIMS admit cards - Once the exam will be completed, aspirants will be required to follow the instructions of the person at exam duty for staggered time exit and submission of admit card. The admit card of AIIMS PG/nursing/MDS/DM/MCh/fellowship must be submitted in the ballot box available at various locations of the exam centres.
CCTV surveillance - The live streaming and CCTV surveillance will be done of the entire examination procedure from beginning with entry till end with exit.
Note: All the AIIMS 2020 exam day guidelines must be followed for the better conduction of AIIMS entrance exam and safe environment.
AIIMS exam guidelines - things to carry at the centre
The test takers must carry the following things along with the them at the test centres:
AIIMS admit card 2020
ID proof - PAN card, Aadhaar card, Voter ID, Passport, Driving license
Other document asked by the authority
Note: Aspirants should not take their photographs as it is not required as per AIIMS PG guidelines.
AIIMS 2020 exam day guidelines - things not carry
As per the prospectus, no other belongings are allowed at the exam centres, therefore, students should not carry the below mentioned items at the exam centre. It should also be noted that no arrangements will be done to keep the articles of the candidates.
Any stationery items like pen, paper, geometry box, scale, eraser and others
Any electronic devices like calculators, pagers, pen drives, mobile, ear phones and other devices
Any food items opened or packed are not allowed
Any other items such as goggles, wallet, purse and others
Or any other items which can be considered as unfair means at the exam centres
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - AIIMS 2020 Exam Day Guidelines (PG, MDS, DM/MCh, BSc/MSc Nursing) for Social Distancing
Question: What should I carry along with an AIIMS admit card?
Along with AIIMS PG admit card 2020, aspirants need to carry photo ID proof for verification purposes.
Question: Will there be any facility for hand sanitization and hygiene?
Yes, as per the social distancing guidelines released, the hand sanitization process will be done at the registration desk. Also, candidates will be required to sanitize their hands, seat, computer, mouse and other components at the exam hall.
Question: Can I take the bottle at the centre for the AIIMS exam?
No, the water bottle will be provided by the allotted centre. Aspirants need to follow the due process to consume water.
Question: Do I need to carry the photograph with an AIIMS admit card? If yes, what should be the specification.
No, candidates are not required to take their photographs. Candidate’s face will be captured by a camera available at the centre.
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