AIIMS MBBS Counselling 2019
AIIMS MBBS Counselling 2019: AIIMS, New Delhi has released the seat matrix for the open round of AIIMS MBBS counselling on August 23. Candidates can check the number of seats left vacant in the article below. The authority will conduct AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling open round on August 26 and 27 in order to fill the vacant seats left after conclusion of first, second and third round. The authority had earlier extended the registration date from August 13 to August 16. The counselling was scheduled to be conducted on August 21 before. If the remaining seats are filled on the first day there will be no counselling on the second day. Candidates can read the official notice in the article below. The cutoff percentile for the open round of AIIMS MBBS counselling has also been released which can be checked in the article below. The seat matrix for the open round of counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019, the seat matrix will be uploaded on August 19. The open round will be conducted in offline mode at 8.30 A.M. at Jawaharlal Auditorium, AIIMS, New Delhi for which registered candidates will have to report 'in-person'.
Earlier, the result of the third round of AIIMS MBBS counselling was declared on August 9, 2019. Candidates who have been allotted a seat in the third round are required to submit their acceptance or refusal of the seat before August 14 up to 5:00 PM. Candidates who have accepted the seat had to report at the designated college along with the original documents for further admission process. The third round of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling was conducted for a total of 244 vacant seats. Earlier the authority had released the result of the second round of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling on July 22. The authority has also released the seat matrix for the second round of AIIMS MBBS counselling. The authority had announced the result of the first round of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling on June 30. The counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019 first round started on June 26 and 27, with the process of choice filling.
AIIMS, New Delhi had released the result of mock round of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling on June 25. AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling is being conducted in online mode only. Candidates are required to use their login credentials ie., registration ID, RUC code, password and enter captcha code in order to participate in the counselling procedure. Candidates need to register themselves to participate for AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling. After the successful registration process, students will be asked to opt to fill and lock the choices of colleges and courses. The mock round is conducted to provide an idea of filling/locking/edit/delete the choices and AIIMS MBBS seat allotment 2019, before the first round of AIIMS MBBS counselling.
The counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be conducted in four rounds including an open round. The regulatory body will conduct as additional spot round subject to the vacancy of seats. Candidates securing the minimum cut off percentage and equivalent marks will be eligible for counselling and admission process. Based on the merit position in the merit list, students will be called for AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019. Aspirants called for counselling from each category will be four times than the number of seats available. The allotment will be done on the basis of AIIMS MBBS rank, preferences filled and availability of seats. The result of counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be announced in the second week of July. The authority has released a revised seat matrix for various AIIMS participating in AIIMS 2019 counselling. As per the revised seat matrix, there are now 1205 seats available for Indian national candidates offered across 15 AIIMS in India Read the article on AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling, rounds, procedure, revised seat matrix, schedule and fees below.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 was conducted online on May 25 and 26. The online exam contained 200 multiple choice and reason assertive questions based on Class 11 and 12 syllabi.
Dates of AIIMS MBBS Counselling 2019
Candidates can check the important dates related to AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling from the table below.
AIIMS MBBS Counselling Dates
AIIMS MBBS exam date
May 25 and 26, 2019
Announcement of result
June 12, 2019
June 20, 2019
Mock round of counselling
Registration for counselling
June 20, 2019
Last date of filling choices
June 21, 2019
Mock allotment result
June 25, 2019
First round of counselling
Edit/delete of choices filled
June 20, 2019
Last date of submission of choices
June 26 to 27, 2019
Declaration of result
June 30, 2019 - ANNOUNCED
Last date to accept/refusal of seat
July 1 to 4, 2019
Last date for submission of documents
July 4, 2019
Second round of counselling
|Release of seat matrix||July 12, 2019|
Exercising of choices
July 15, 2019 (5:00 PM)
Last date to submit the preferences
July 17, 2019 (5:00 PM)
July 22, 2019 (ANNOUNCED)
Refuse/accept the allotted seats
To be notified
Last date to submit documents
To be notified
Third round of counselling
Filling of choices
August 5, 2019
Last date of submitting of choices
August 7, 2019 (up to 5:00 PM)
Announcement of result
August 9, 2019 (DECLARED)
Accept/refusal of allotted seats
To be notified
Submission of documents last date
To be notified
Open round of counselling
August 9, 2019
Last date for registration
August 16, 2019 (EXTENDED)
Display of updated vacant seats
August 23, 2019
August 26 -27, 2019
*denotes that dates are tentative
Seat matrix of AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019- Open round
|AIIMS New Delhi||0||0||0||0||0|
|AIIMS Mangalagiri (Guntur)||9||7||4||0||20|
|AIIMS Rae Bareli||9||6||6||0||21|
AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019- Open round
Due to a large number of registrations for the open round of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling, the competent authority has decided to postpone the counselling till adequate arrangements are put in place. Candidates can read the official notice in the image below.
Cutoff percentile applicable for open round of AIIMS MBBS counselling
Candidates who have secured the cutoff percentile and the corresponding scores mentioned in the table below will be considered eligible to participate in the open round of counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019.
Open round cutoff percentile and corresponding scores.
|Category||Percentage (%)||Percentile score|
|OBC NCL (PWBD)||40%||90.2036135|
AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019- Seat allotment list
|Seat allotment round||Seat allotment list|
|Round 1||Click here|
|Round 2||Click here|
|Round 3||Click here|
|Open round||To be released|
Candidates must secure the minimum AIIMS MBBS 2019 cut off percentage to qualify the entrance test. The percentile scores corresponding to the cut off percentage was declared along with the AIIMS MBBS result 2019.
AIIMS MBBS Cut off rank (Round 3)
|Cut off rank||2015||2935||19783||27429||UR‐ NA|
AIIMS MBBS Cut off rank (Round 2)
|Cut off rank||1718||2567||16210||25414||UR- NA|
AIIMS MBBS Cut off rank (Round 1)
|Category ||General ||OBC ||SC||ST||PWD|
|Cut of rank||1322||2016||13690||21449||UR- 15863|
AIIMS MBBS Cut off
Cut off percentage
Cut off percentile
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff Rank 2019 - Round one
The cutoff rank signifies the closing rank of a candidate at which a candidate from the respective category was allotted a seat. Check the last AIIMS cutoff 2019 rank of round one from the table below.
|Category||Last AIIMS MBBS Cutoff Rank|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||2016|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||13,690|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||21,449|
|Persons with Disabilities (PwD) |
To read the information brochure for round 2 of AIIMS MBBS counselling, click here
AIIMS MBBS 2019 seat matrix - Round 3 (RELEASED)
|AIIMS New Delhi||1||0||0||0|
|AIMS Rae Bareli||11||5||5||0|
*revised seat vacancy
AIIMS MBBS seat matrix - Round 2
|AIIMS New Delhi||0||5||0||0|
|AIIMS Rae Bareli||17||9||4||0|
Second round of AIIMS MBBS 2019 Counselling
After the completion of admission for round one, the second round of counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019 was conducted. Only candidates who had registered for the mock counselling could participate in the second round.
Who are eligible for the second round of AIIMS MBBS counselling?
Candidates who have been allotted seat in round one, but have selected either option 3 or 4 can participate for second round.
Aspirants who participate in the first round, but was not allotted any seat will automatically be eligible for second round.
Students securing 50 percentage marks in AIIMS MBBS but were not called for first round of counselling will not be allowed to appear for subsequent rounds, but are eligible for open round or spot counselling.
All aspirants who registered for mock round/first round but did not register or fill the choices will not be eligible for other rounds of seat allotment.
Steps of AIIMS MBBS 2019 Counselling
The steps of online counselling are mentioned below:
Filling and locking of choices
Announcement of mock results
Editing and final submission of choices
Seat allotment result
Accept or refusal of allotted seats
Reporting to the allotted institute
Procedure of AIIMS MBBS Counselling 2019
As mentioned earlier, there will be three rounds of counselling i.e. first, second and third. Along with that, an open round and spot counselling will also be held by the authority in case of any vacant seats. Candidates included in the merit list and securing minimum cut off percentage and percentile will be eligible to participate for counselling procedure. Check the complete procedure of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling below.
Step 1 - Counselling Registration
The first-time users who are eligible to appear for counselling will be required to register for counselling using the link provided below. To begin with the registration, students are required to enter their Candidate ID and password to get redirected to the Mypage. On this page, the counselling tab has been opened for the aspirants who are eligible for the counselling process.
The eligible aspirants need to register themselves for the counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019 and create a new password. The password to be created to exercise the preferences should be different from the one used for logging in.
Note: It is advised to retain the password created for filling of preferences.
Step 2 - Filling and locking of choices (selection of AIIMS institutes)
In this step, aspirants need to click on ‘Make Choice’ button, in order to submit the preferences. To add the choice, click on the drop-down and select the AIIMS institute and click on ‘add-choice’. And to remove the choices filled, click on the delete button against the AIIMS institute chosen. Candidates must not forget to save the preferences after making changes. To reorder the choices, use the up and down arrows or drag and drop the choice of AIIMS institute to the particular position in the list.
Once the options are submitted, aspirants will be required to click on the submit and lock choices tab and accept the declaration form. Aspirants will be asked twice to lock the preferences, as once locked and submitted, no modifications and chanA link to participate in the first round/mock AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019 has been provided on this page. ges can be done.
Step 3 - Mock allotment result
After filling of choices for mock counselling, the result has been announced on June 25, 2019. The mock allotment has been conducted to provide an idea to candidates regarding the counselling procedure and how the seat will be allotted to them on the basis of their choices.
Step 4 - Editing and final submission of choices
In this step, aspirants will be given an opportunity to edit and delete the choices submitted before, if preferred. It must be noted that the choices cannot be edited after final submission. To submit the new choices, click on the option ‘submit and lock choices’ tab. The declaration page will be displayed and candidates need to accept it. In the next step, click on ‘submit' and lock choices’ button for final submission.
Note: If any student fails to submit the preferences for round one, then the choices filled for the mock round will be considered final for the first round.
Step 5 - Seat allotment result
The result of AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019 round one has been announced on June 30. The PDF file to check the seat allotment result is available on this page. The seat allotment of AIIMS MBBS 2019 has been done on the basis of preferences filled, rank secured in AIIMS MBBS and seats available. Along with the seat allotment result of AIIMS UG 2019, authority has released the last cutoff rank of aspirant belonging to respective category which can be checked in the table above in the article.
Step 6 - Accept or refusal of allotted seats
After the candidates are allotted seats during the process of seat allotment, they need to decide whether to accept the allotted seat or refuse it. Aspirants who will be allotted seat can choose the following actions within the stipulated date and time.
Option 1: Refuse the seat - Candidates who do not want to take admission in AIIMS institute can refuse it by logging in through their Candidate ID and password. As per the rules of AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling, if an aspirant will not refuse the allotted seat, it will be assumed that he/she has accepted the seat.
Option 2: Accept the seat - In case, aspirants wish to take the admission to the allotted AIIMS institute, they must accept the seat by logging in. After that, they need to report at the allotted institute with the list of relevant documents for verification and completion of the admission process.
Option3: Accept the seat and wish to participate for subsequent rounds - If in case, students being on the safer site, wants to accept the seat allotted and also wish to participate for the other rounds of AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019, they need to select an option.
Option4: Refuse the seat and wish to appear for other rounds - There might be chances that aspirants will not be interested in the seat or institute allotted to them and wish to get other AIIMS institute, they can decline the seat and wish to appear for subsequent rounds of counselling for better allotment of seat.
Failure to select an option: If any candidate fails to login or select an option within the particular date and time, then he/she will lose the allotted seats and will be considered ineligible to appear for the second and third round of counselling.
Step 7 - Reporting to the allotted institute
Once the seat is accepted, candidates need to appear at the allotted AIIMS institute with the relevant documents for verification and completion of admission process. Candidates are advised to take the set of photocopies and original ones along with the Demand Draft. The list of documents to be furnished at the time of counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2019 are mentioned below.
Documents to be carried at allotted AIIMS institute
Self-attested copy of the certificate in proof of passing Class 12 from a recognised board as mentioned in AIIMS MBBS eligibility criteria 2019
Self-attested copy of certificate from board for date of birth
Self-attested copy of Class 12 mark sheets
Demand Draft of Rs. 1 Lakh only in the name of allotted AIIMS institute
Along with this, candidates belonging to reserved categories must also carry the following documents:
SC/ST certificate issued by the competent authority in English or Hindi language and the community must be mentioned clearly in the certificate
OBC certificate issued by the authority for Central Government jobs/for admission in Central Government College/Institute
Disability certificate issued from the duly constituted and authorized medical board as mentioned in the prospectus
OBC aspirants should not belong to creamy layer. The certificate must be in the central government format as mentioned in the prospectus.
It must also be noted that the certificate from any other authority or board will not be accepted and no further correspondence will be entertained.
The name, designation and the seal of the officer should be legible in the certificate.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Seat Matrix
AIIMS, New Delhi has released the revised AIIMS MBBS seat matrix indicating the number of seats offered by the 15 participating AIIMS institutes. In the table below is the new seat matrix of AIIMS MBBS. The seats in the new seat matrix of AIIMS MBBS shows an increase of 5 seats bringing the total number of seats to a total of 1205 seats for Indian nationals.
|Institute||General||Gen PWD||OBC||OBC PWD||SC||SC PWD||ST||ST PWD||Foreign|
|AIIMS, New Delhi||51||2||27||1||15||1||7||1||07*|
|AIIMS, Rae Barelli||26||1||13||1||7||0||4||0||-|
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Fees Structure
Academic & Other Fees
Hostel & Other Fees
Student Union Fee
Mess Security (Refundable)
Hostel Security (Refundable)
*Hostel accommodation will be provided subject to the availability
The fees mentioned above must be paid in cash. The payments through cheques and drafts, money orders and other modes will not be accepted. Extension of date of payment will not be permitted in any case.
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