AIIMS MBBS 2020 Exam Day Guidelines: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has announced the merger of AIIMS with NEET, in a press conference held on October 4, 2019. This change will be effectuated from the year 2020 making NEET single entrance exam for undergraduate courses across the country. In orer to be well prepared, aspirants appearing for medical entrance test must have thorough knowledge about NEET exam day guidelines 2020. AIIMS, Delhi was supposed to conduct the undergraduate medical entrance exam on May 30 and 31, 2020 in computer-based mode. The exam day guidelines of AIIMS MBBS 2020 could help the candidates know what to expect on the day of examination and prepare for it accordingly. With the help of exam day guidelines of AIIMS MBBS 2020 candidates could appear for entrance test hassle-free manner. The AIIMS MBBS guidelines also included certain do’s and don’ts which has to be adhered to. Any candidate who is found to be in conflict of these exam day guidelines of AIIMS MBBS was liable for cancellation of candidature and was debarred from appearing for the entrance test. Some of these crucial AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam day guidelines were earlier printed on the AIIMS MBBS admit card. AIIMS MBBS candidates can check the article below to know more about the exam and important instructions to be followed on the d-day.Latest - NEET application form 2020 will be released in online mode on December 2, 2019!
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It is necessary to check the date of examination, address of examination centre and the reporting time mentioned on the admit card. It is advisable that the candidates visit the location a day before to plan their commute.
Candidates must reach before time in order to help the exam authority to conduct the pre-exam formalities smoothly.
Physically disabled candidates must report a little earlier so as to avoid any form hassles.
All candidates must possess a valid AIIMS MBBS admit card 2020, a valid photo ID proof (Passport/Driving license/ Voter ID card/ Adhaar Card/ etc) and a recent coloured passport size photograph on the exam day.
AIIMS, Delhi does not prescribe an official dress code for AIIMS MBBS 2020 but candidates are expected to wear casual clothes keeping with the summer season.
Clothing items like hats, caps, thick-soled footwear, scarf, goggles, clips and similar headgear are not permissible in the exam centres.
AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam day guidelines suggest the candidates must avoid wearing any kind of ornament on the day of the exam.
Candidates who follow a particular religion and wear a customary dress related to it must report at the examination centre at least an hour before.
The exam will be conducted in a computer-based mode thus candidates must familiarise themselves with the AIIMS MBBS exam pattern 2020 through the mock test which will be made available on the official website of AIIMS.
The sequence of the questions and the subjects will be different for all the candidates, and the particular sequence for a candidate will be displayed in his/her monitor.
The answers need to be saved by clicking on the ‘Save’ button and those marked for 'Review' at the end of the exam will not be automatically saved and thus, not be evaluated.
For rough work, the back of the admit cards and the rough sheets provided at the examination are to be used which are to be submitted at the end of the exam. The answers of those candidates who do not submit these will not be evaluated.
The exam day schedule of AIIMS MBBS 2020 will help the candidates in being aware of the activities that will take place at the exam centre. Candidates will be required to report at the exam centre an hour before the commencement of exam. To avoid any confusion or delay, candidates are advised to visit the exam centre a day prior to the date of exam. AIIMS MBBS 2020 aspirants can check the detailed exam day schedule in the table below.
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Date of examination
May 30 & 31, 2020
Morning session: 9:00 AM t0 12:30 PMEvening session: 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Last time to entre exam centre
Morning session: 8:45 PM
Evening session: 2:45 PM
Duration of exam
3 hours and 30 minutes
AIIMS, Delhi will release the AIIMS MBBS exam pattern along with the information brochure of AIIMS MBBS exam. The exam pattern indicated crucial information pertaining to the entrance exam like the number of questions, the language of exam, marking scheme, distribution of marks etc. Candidates can check the detailed exam pattern of AIIMS MBBS 2020 in the table below.
Mode of Exam
Online – Computer Based Test
Medium of Exam
English and Hindi
Correct Answer – 1 mark, Incorrect Answer - (-1/3) marks, Unanswered question - 0 mark
Multiple Choices, Assertion-Reason based
Questions per section
Physics – 60, Chemistry – 60, Biology – 60,
General Knowledge – 20, Aptitude and Logical Reasoning - 20
Report to the examination centre on time to ensure that there is no rush in the last minute.
Copy from other candidates as it could lead to disqualification.
Remember to carry the admit card and a valid photo identity proof
Converse with anyone else other than the invigilator(s)
Co-operate with the authorities during the process of security check.
Attempt to note down the questions during the exam as it is considered to be a criminal act.
Maintain calm and focus on solving the questions
Leave the exam hall without handing over the admit card and rogh sheet to the invigilator.
Save the answers once satisfied.
Make use of the keyboard.
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According to guidelines from NTA that is the conducting body for NEET entrance exam, there is no maximum attempt limit for the aspirants. But you have to take note of the age limits. The minimum age limit required for taking NEET (UG) entrance exam is 17 years and maximum age limit for general category is 25 years. If you are from backward category SC/ST/OBC then the maximum age limit will be 30 years and minimum will remain same that is 17 years.
As you have mentioned that your date of birth is 30 December 2003 then your age will not get completed for being eligible for NEET 2020. You have to wait for next NEET entrance exam for being eligible.
Hello Bharti, National testing agency is conducting the NEET 2020 and it has kept some rules regarding the uploading of documents for the NEET 2020 application, for the 10th class certificate, you have to submit it in the form of JPG/JPEG format and the file size should be from 100kb to 400kb. Make sure you do the following changes and reupload the document.
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If you filled you neet ug 2020 application form under a general ews category and due to any reason you failed to provide your ews certificate at the time of your counselling then you will be considered as a general candidate.
the eligibility condition of neet ug 2020 is
Candidate must have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination with Chemistry, Biology and Physics as mandatory subjects. They must have scored a minimum of 50% in aggregate and in each subject too. OBC/ SC/ST candidates must have scored a minimum of 40% while PwD candidates must score at least 45% in the qualifying exam.
If you fulfil the above educational qualification conditions then you are eligible to apply neet ug application form but in application form you have to fill your qualifying code as you are now in Bsc .
Here I am describing the all qualification code in a simple way -
code 01. -This code is for the students who are appearing the 12th in 2020 and having subjects physics, chemistry , biology and English as a compulsory subjects.
code 02. -This code is for the students who have passed the 12th standard form CBSC/ ISC and not taken addmission anywhere (dropper or freshers ).
code 03 . -This code is for the students who have passed their 12th from any state board(like up board, jac board, Karnataka board etc) with Physics, chemistry, biology /biotechnology and English as a compulsory subjects. (dropper or freshers ).
code 04. -This code is for the students who have taken addmission in any pre medical or pre professional exam with Physics, chemistry, biology and English after 12th .(example -nursing, pharma etc)
code 05. -This code for first year students of Bsc with Physics, chemistry, biology /biotechnology. Also in 12th the student taken physics, chemistry, biology / biotechnology and English as a compulsory subjects.
Bsc second year students can fill code 02
code 06. -This code is for the students who are Bsc passout with any two subjects physics, chemistry, biology (botany or zoology )/biotechnology .Also in 12th the student taken physics, chemistry, biology and English.
code 07. -This code is not for Indian students .this is only for NRI and overseas students who have passed 12th with Physics, chemistry, biology.
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