AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2019 –
AIIMS, New Delhi has declared the AIIMS MBBS 2019 cutoff on June 12 along with the release of the result
The cut off of AIIMS MBBS 2019 is the minimum required percentage which needs to be scored in order to qualify for the exam. The authority has released the individual scorecard of AIIMS 2019 on June 14, which can be from the link below. AIIMS MBBS cut off 2019 for different categories is different. The mode of release of the AIIMS MBBS cut off 2019 is only online. The cutoff percentile score for general category has been declared as 98.1246748. For candidates belonging to OBC and unreserved PwD category the cutoff percentile is 95.2939507. The cutoff for OBC PwD category and SC/ST category is 90.2036135. The cutoff for SC/ST PWD is 82.2825521.
Note that all the candidates who have secured the qualifying percentile will not be eligible to participate in the counselling process except for the open round of AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019. The authority has released the merit list of candidates who will be eligible to participate in the mock round of counselling which will be conducted on June 20, 2019. AIIMS MBBS cutoff 2019 is only indicative of qualification and candidates scoring qualifying percentage is not necessarily included in the merit list. In order to be included in the merit list candidates will be required to secure a different AIIMS MBBS cut off which will be stipulated in terms of percentile. Candidates can check here the details pertaining to AIIMS MBBS 2019 cutoff in terms of qualifying percentage and merit percentile, important dates, comparison of previous year cutoff of AIIMS MBBS 2019.
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was conducted on May 25 and May 26, 2019, across four shifts. The result of AIIMS MBBS has been declared in the form of merit list which includes candidates who are eligible for the first three rounds of AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019. Candidates who will score equal to or more than AIIMS MBBS 2019 qualification cutoff in terms of percentage marks and the merit cutoff in terms of percentile will become eligible for AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling. In this article, the AIIMS MBBS 2019 cutoff will refer to the minimum percentage of marks must be scored to qualify the exam, while AIIMS MBBS 2019 merit cutoff will be used to refer to the percentile required to become eligible for the AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling process.
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As per AIIMS MBBS cutoff 2019, candidates belonging to General category are required to score at least 50% marks in AIIMS MBBS entrance exam, while those belonging to OBC category need to score at least 45% and SC/ST candidates are required to score at least 40% in order to qualify the exam. However, given that
AIIMS MBBS 2019
was held in four shifts, a normalization procedure was used based on the performance of candidates across all four shifts, the number of candidates in each shift and the difficulty level of the paper. Considering all the factors, the lowest of the four percentiles is considered as eligibility/qualification cutoff of AIIMS MBBS 2019.
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AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2019
The cutoff of AIIMS MBBS 2019 entails the marks need to be scored to qualify the AIIMS MBBS 2019 exam. The minimum required percentage is different for different categories. All PWBD candidates have been given 5% relexation in their respective category and their cut off percentile have been determined accordingly
The corresponding percentile to the AIIMS MBBS 2019 cutoff percentage has been stipulated with the result of AIIMS MBBS. Candidates can check the cut off percentage of AIIMS MBBS 2019 category-wise in the table given below.
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2019 - Qualifying Percentage and Percentile
Minimum Qualifying Percentage
Other Backward Classes (OBC) (Non-Creamy Layer)
Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST)
UR Orthopedically Physically Handicapped (OPH)
Cut-off Percentile eligible for the Mock Round
Details about the qualification and AIIMS MBBS 2019 merit percentile
AIIMS MBBS 2019 entrance exam was conducted in four shifts and different question papers were used for each shift. The percentile score corresponding to the qualifying percentage has been calculated considering factors like difficulty level of the question paper, the number of candidates taking the exam in each shift, etc. In case of exam being conducted in multiple shifts, a normalisation procedure is used to determine the correct AIIMS MBBS 2019 cut off percentile. AIIMS MBBS result has been released in the form of merit list which includes the candidates, based on the separate higher merit cut off percentile, who will be considered eligible for AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling mock round. The mock round of counselling will be conducted on June 20, 2019. The number of candidates selected for the counselling process is four times the number of seats available for admission.
Normalization procedure is used to determine inter-se merit/ranking among those who appeared for the exam. The authorities have used the normalisation procedure based on the percentile. The percentile score is calculated on the basis of the relative performance of all the candidates. The highest score in each shift will be 100
percentile which implies 100% of candidates have scored equal to or lesser than the highest scorer of that shift. Since the exam is conducted in multiple shifts, the percentile equivalent to the AIIMS MBBS cut off 2019 percentage is different. In such a case, the lowest percentile obtained from all the four shift is declared as the final qualification cutoff of AIIMS MBBS 2019 across all four shifts.
For example- if across the four shifts, Unreserved candidates scoring 50% marks in AIIMS MBBS entrance exam are at 80
percentile and 92
percentile then due to the difference in percentiles from the four shifts, the normalisation procedure will be used. In this case, 80
percentile is the lowest percentile, therefore, it will become the cut off percentile.
The normalisation procedure is helpful as it takes into consideration many factors like difficulty level of the exam, number of test takers, preparation level of the candidates, etc while determining AIIMS MBBS cutoff criteria.
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2019 – Tiebreaking Criteria
The merit list of AIIMS MBBS 2019 is based on the percentile scores of the total raw scores. In case two or more candidates score the same percentile then the method for breaking the tie to allot the All India Rank will be-
Percentile in Biology -
First of all candidates’ percentiles in the Biology section in AIIMS
MBBS 2019 entrance exam will be considered to break the tie. Candidate with higher percentile score in Biology will be given preference and will be placed higher in order of the merit list.
Percentile in Chemistry –
If the tie still resists, then the percentile score in Chemistry section
will be considered. Candidate with higher percentile in Chemistry will be given preference over the others.
Percentile in Physics –
If the above two criteria fail, then candidates’ percentile in
the Physics section will be taken into account. Candidates with higher percentile in Physics will be given the higher ranking.
If all of the above criteria fails, then the age of the candidate will be taken into consideration. Candidate senior in age will be placed higher in the order of merit.
AIIMS MBBS Previous Qualification and Merit Cutoffs
AIIMS MBBS 2019 cutoff which is the benchmark to be considered qualified will be released in the form of the percentage marks. The percentage marks will be calculated on the basis of marks scored by the candidates in the entrance and further applying the normalisation procedure. Only those candidates who will score marks equal to or more than the AIIMS MBBS cutoff requirement will be declared eligible for the subsequent processes of admission.
After qualifying the exam, the merit percentile will be taken into consideration to check whether the candidate is eligible. The authorities will be including four times the number of candidates in the merit list as the number of seats available in their particular categories. The percentile score obtained by the last candidate in each category will become the AIIMS MBBS merit cutoff 2019.
The AIIMS MBBS qualification and merit cutoffs from previous years are given below. It includes both the previous years’ category wise cutoff percentage for qualifying the exam, the merit cutoff percentile at which candidates became eligible for counselling, and finally the institute-wise last ranks and their corresponding percentiles, ie. cutoff ranks and percentiles which obtained admission to the nine AIIMS institutions in 2018 and seven AIIMS institutions in 2017.
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2018 – Cutoff Percentage and Percentile
Qualifying Cutoff Percentage
Merit Cutoff Percentile
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2017 – Cutoff Percentage and Percentiles
Qualifying Cutoff Percentile
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2018 - Merit Percentile
AIIMS MBBS 2018 Rank
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff – Last Ranks and Percentile
Candidates can check the last ranks to obtain admission to various AIIMS Institutions and their corresponding percentile scores, in the year 2018, 2017 and 2016, in the table given below. It must be noted that the last ranks and percentile of the year 2018 has been stipulated on the basis of the seat allotment result of the first three rounds of counselling.
AIIMS New Delhi Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
MBBS 2018 Last Rank
MBBS 2017 Last Rank
AIIMS Bhopal Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Patna Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Jodhpur Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Rishikesh Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Raipur Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Bhubaneswar Cutoff - Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Nagpur Cutoff – Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS Guntur Cutoff – Last Rank and Percentile
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2016 – Institute wise Last Rank Cutoffs
of AIIMS Institution
India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhopal
India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar
India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur
India Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna
India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur
India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh
AIIMS MBBS 2018 v/s AIIMS MBBS 2017 v/s AIIMS MBBS 2016
Candidates can check below the comparison of a total number of candidates who qualified for the first round of AIIMS MBBS counselling and the last ranks called for the counselling process in AIIMS MBBS 2018, 2017 and 2016. Note that for AIIMS MBBS 2018 entrance, all the candidates who have qualified the exam will not be called for the counselling process except for the open round of counselling.
AIIMS MBBS First Counselling – Candidates Qualified and Last Ranks
Qualified for First Counselling
AIIMS MBBS Result 2019
The AIIMS MBBS result 2019 has been declared on June 12. The result of AIIMS MBBS 2019 has been released in online mode in the form of individual scorecard and merit list. There will be two AIIMS MBBS 2019 merit list- roll no. wise and rank wise. The individual scorecard of AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be available for all the candidates who have appeared for the exam. Candidates will be required to login to the ‘Candidate’s Login’ to access the AIIMS MBBS 2019 scorecard.
AIIMS MBBS Counselling 2019
AIIMS New Delhi will conduct the mock round of AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019 on June 20, 2019. The counselling will be held in the three rounds and an open round will be conducted if the seats are left vacant. Apart from the open round, the whole process of AIIMS MBBS counselling will be conducted in online mode. The number of candidates will be four times the number of seats available in the first round of counselling. However, all the candidates will be eligible to participate in the AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling process.
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