AIIMS MBBS 2019 Toppers: Triumph in one of the toughest medical entrance exams, AIIMS MBBS, is the dream of every medical aspirant. The eve of June 12 brought a wave of happiness for Bhavik Bansal who bagged the first rank in AIIMS MBBS entrance exam with a percentile score of perfect 100. Bhavik has also secured the second rank in NEET 2019. Interestingly, the overall score for the top four rank holders is also a 100 percentile. Bhavik Bansal emerged victorious in a sea of above three lakh candidates who registered for the entrance exam. Surat boy, Vishwa Hitendra Vadodaria has bagged the second place whereas Akshat kaushik has clinched the third rank. Akshat has also bagged the third position in NEET 2019. Careers360 brings to you the profile of top ten toppers of AIIMS MBBS along with their percentile scores, education, and other details.
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AIIMS MBBS 2019 was conducted on May 25 and 26, 2019 in online mode. The authority has released two separate merit list segregated in rank wise and roll number wise merit list which revealed the toppers.
Check the list of toppers along with their subject-wise percentile score in the table below.
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Name: Bhavik Bansal
All India Rank: 1
State: New Delhi
Overall Percentile score : 100.0000000
Name: Vishwa Hitendra Vadodaria
All India Rank: 2
State: Surat, Gujarat
Name: Akshat Kaushik
All India Rank: 3
State: Varnasi, Uttar Pradesh
Overall percentile: 100.0000000
Name: Chetanya Mittal
All India Rank: 4
Overall Percentile Score: 100.0000000
Name: Harsh Aggarwal
All India Rank: 5
Overall Percentile score: 99.9988234
Name: Arunangshu Bhattacharyya
All India Rank: 6
Overall Percentile: 99.9988194
Name: Gagan Dalal
All India Rank: 7
Overall Percentile: 99.9988176
Name: Raghav Dubey
All India Rank: 8
State: Madhya Pradesh
Overall Percentile: 99.9988122
Name: Ishika Gupta
All India Rank: 9
Overall percentile: 99.9976468
Name: Stuti Shital Khandalwal
All India Rank: 10
Overall percentile: 99.9976389
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Dear Satyam, as of now, everything is speculative. Until NTA or AIIMS release any official notification regarding this, nothing is definitive. But there are 2 possibilities that might happen. AIIMS might prepare its own merit list based on its own eligibility criteria like AFMC and other Institutions and DGHS might conduct the admissions because AIIMS doesn't belong to any particular State. AFMC conducts a TOELR test, psychometric test and a final interview before shortlisting its Candidates. AIIMS might follow this rule. Nothing is certain at this point in time. We need to wait to hear from the concerned authorities.
Dear Aravind, I shall answer this with an example. Until couple of years back, CMC Vellore had its own entrance examination. They would conduct the exam, shortlist Candidates and then call in for final interview and select them. Even for the sponsored Candidates, the process was the same. Ever Since NEET came into picture, only admissions are conducted through NEET score and rest all has its own process. And AFMC has its own eligibility criteria. The counselling is conducted by DGHS on behalf of MCC and AFMC. The basic consideration is NEET score and the process might change. Here as well, nothing will change. The difficulty of the exam and the theory behind it will not change. Everything will remain the same. AIIMS and JIPMER together add approximately 1700 seats to the already existing 95000 MBBS seats. When the availability of the seats is more, the cut offs will decrease. This is the only factor that will be directly influenced. The difficulty of the exam totally depends on your preparation.
Dear Akash, as of now, everything is speculative. Until NTA or AIIMS release any official notification regarding this, nothing is definitive. But there are 2 possibilities that might happen. AIIMS might prepare its own merit list based on its own eligibility criteria like AFMC and other Institutions and DGHS might conduct the admissions because AIIMS doesn't belong to any particular State. AFMC conducts a TOELR test, psychometric test and a final interview before shortlisting its Candidates. AIIMS might follow this rule. Nothing is certain at this point in time. We need to wait to hear from the concerned authorities.
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