AIIMS PG Cutoff 2020
Updated on Sep 28, 2019 - 9:57 a.m. IST by Radhika
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AIIMS PG Cutoff 2020 - Candidates who wish to pursue postgraduate medical courses in AIIMS institutes must secure the AIIMS PG 2020 cutoff in order to qualify the entrance exam. AIIMS, Delhi has published the AIIMS PG cutoff percentile and scores along with the result in online mode on November 22, 2019, which can be downloaded from the link below. As per the cutoff of AIIMS PG 2020, a candidate has to score 50th percentile to be eligible for admission procedure. The cutoff of AIIMS PG 2020 is same for all the candidates irrespective of their categories. The unreserved category AIIMS PG cutoff percentile scores for MD/MS is 96.070, while for MDS is 99.150. A total of 3683 MD/MS and 83 MDS medical graduates have secured the prescribed cutoff and are enlisted in the overall rank-wise merit list of AIIMS PG. Candidates who have qualified the AIIMS PG examination by meeting the AIIMS PG 2020 cutoff requirement will be considered eligible for the further counselling process. All such candidates will be invited to participate in the counselling procedure. The AIIMS PG merit list will be prepared on the basis of the qualifying status of the candidates i.e. according to the overall score obtained by candidates. For details about AIIMS PG 2020 cutoff such as minimum required percentile, criteria used for resolving ties, candidates can check the article below. AIIMS PG is held for two sessions, January and July as a computer-based test. Candidates meeting the AIMS PG 2020 cutoff requirements and enrolled in MS/MD/MDS programmes will be identified as Junior Residents in case of Clinical Disciplines and Junior Demonstrators in Basic Clinical Disciplines.
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AIIMS PG Cutoff 2020 – Required Minimum Percentile

The AIIMS PG governing body AIIMS, New Delhi has the authority to decide AIIMS PG 2020 cutoff. The cutoff of AIIMS PG 2020 has been released in the percentile format. The percentile score of a candidate is enumerated in relation to the performance of other candidates who have appeared for AIIMS PG 2020. Candidates must be aware that percentile does not exactly represent score but is rather a relative term. AIIMS PG cutoff for all category candidates has been mentioned below.

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AIIMS PG cutoff percentile 2020 for MD/MS

Category

Percentile

Percentile scores

General

50th percentile

96.070
EWS

50th percentile

81.982
SC

50th percentile

76.239
ST

50th percentile

52.224
OBC

50th percentile

92.250
General-PWD

50th percentile

50.629
EWS-PWD

50th percentile

50.345
SC-PWD

50th percentile

--
ST-PWD

50th percentile

--
OBC-PWD

50th percentile

51.978

AIIMS PG cutoff percentile 2020 for MDS courses

Category

Category rank

Overall rank

Percentile

Unreserved

56

56

99.15

OBC

32

90

98.599

SC

8

370

94.191

ST

8

1258

80.211


AIIMS PG 2020 Cutoff – Determination of Inter-Se Merit

AIIMS, New Delhi has prepared the rank wise wise merit list of the candidates who meet the requirement of AIIMS PG cutoff 2020. In case, where there is a tie, ie, two candidates obtain the exact same percentile, tie-breaking criteria are utilized. The determination of merit ranks of the candidates by employing the tie-breaking criteria is done in the following manner.

  • Aggregate Score in the MBBS/BDS Examination: In case two candidates have obtained the exact same percentile in the AIIMS PG exam, the candidates with a higher score in MBBS/BDS examination will be preferred over the other.

  • Age Factor: In case, the tie still remains unresolved, the candidate who is older in age will be preferred over the younger candidate.

AIIMS PG Cutoff 2020- Highlights

All the candidates who will qualify in the exam by meeting the cutoff of AIIMS PG 2020 may not be considered for the counselling process. Each candidate will have to secure a sufficient overall score along with obtaining AIIMS PG cutoff 2020. The various factors based upon which candidates will be called for counselling apart from AIIMS PG 2020 cutoff requirements have been described below.

AIIMS PG 2020 Institutional Preference – About 50% of the General category seats in MD/MS/MDS courses in AIIMS PG are reserved for candidates who have completed their MBBS from the various AIIMS campuses. The institutional preference of AIIMS graduates will be applicable for AIIMS PG 2020 as well. Any seat that remains vacant in the AIIMS PG 2020 institutional preference quota will be made available under the general category for candidates according to their order of merit.

AIIMS PG 2020 Seat Reservation – The criteria for reservation of various categories according to the AIIMS reservation policy has been provided in the table below.

AIIMS PG Seat Reservation

Category

Percentage of Reservation

Scheduled Caste

15%*

Scheduled Tribe

7.5%*

Other Backward Class

27%*

General + Sponsored or Foreign National

25.25%*

AIIMS MBBS Graduates

25.25%*

OPH (Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped)

5% horizontal reservation (applicable only for MD/MS courses, not MDS course)



AIIMS PG 2020 Cutoff Rank

Along with the overall rank-wise list of qualified candidates, AIIMS Delhi will also release the last rank which will be included in the said list for MD/MS and MDS courses separately. Interested candidates can check the AIIMS PG cutoff ranks for January and July session of the previous year in the table below.

Last rank included in MD/ MS courses (July session)

CategoryCategory RankOverall RankPercentile
Unreserved2370237090.08
Unreserved ‐PWBD7025702570.583
OBC1010344385.574
OBC‐ PWBD1058360084.933
SC537923961.295
SC‐PWBD57174292.716
ST1701193250.017
ST‐PWBD‐‐‐‐‐‐


The last rank included in MDS courses (July session)

CategoryCategoryRankOverall RankPercentile
Unreserved737397.196
Unreserved ‐PWBD11511595.561
OBC246297.625
SC835886.137
ST9100061.098

For MD/MD Courses (January Session)

Category

Category Rank

Overall Rank

Percentile

Unreserved

1853

1853

95.907

Unreserved ‐PWBD

20520

20520

53.558

OBC

920

3163

92.939

OBC‐ PWBD

7014

21876

50.444

SC

497

10309

76.877

SC‐PWBD

1235

18841

57.324

ST

272

19626

55.698

ST‐PWBD

246

18623

57.792


For MDS courses (January Session)

Category

Category Rank

Overall Rank

Percentile

Unreserved

56

56

99.129

OBC

32

77

98.829

SC

24

740

88.715

ST

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my aggregate of mbbs is 54.89 im not able to give aiims pg exam.. what should i do to improve my aggregate now in order to appear for aiims??

Shareef 23rd Jan, 2020

Hello,

If you belong to General/OBC Category, then you should score aggregate of 55% in MBBS. But if you belong to SC/ST Category, then it is only 50% that is required. If you completed your MBBS, then you cannot do anything about your aggregate now because you already completed the course. But if you are in the last year, you can try to improve the aggregate by scoring good marks in the final year subjects. Now it is too late and you can do nothing about it. Other than AIIMS PG, there is also NEET PG and PGIMER. You can try those. I know that AIIMS is a top institution but they do not offer any relaxations in qualifications.

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which department of ophthalmic.

Ritisha Kothari 17th Jan, 2020

Hey!

Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the eye and visual system.

The eye, its surrounding structures and the visual system can be affected by a number of clinical conditions. Ophthalmology involves diagnosis and therapy of such conditions, along with microsurgery.


Various types of departments in Opthalmology are:

  • Anterior Segment Surgery. This subspecialty focuses on the anterior segment of the eye, which includes the cornea, iris, ciliary body, and lens.
  • Cataracts and Refractive Surgery.
  • Cornea and External Disease.
  • Glaucoma.
  • Neuro- Ophthalmology .
  • Ocular Oncology.
  • Oculoplastics and Orbit Surgery.
  • Ophthalmic Pathology.

According to your question, if you are asking that how to study opthalmology then: In order to become an ophthalmologist, students typically complete a bachelor's program, a 4-year Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) program and a 3-year ophthalmology residency in a hospital

Hope this helps!


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will there be ews category in subsequent sessions.. like comng may. and if yes then do we need to apply for new certificate after march or the certificate which we have now will be applicable. please help regarding this. thankyou

shivangi mehta 13th Jan, 2020

Hello,

Individuals who are not under reservations for SC/ST/OBC and whose families have a gross annual income of less than 8 lakh are eligible to be recruited under the EWS quota. Different states has different validity for EWS certificate and generally it is valid for 1 year . In Gujarat, the validity is extended upto  3 years.

EWS is now applicable in most of the government jobs and educational courses.If your validity of certificate gets completed after march and you wants to take admission in EWS quota in MAY, You need to renew it.

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my internship is over by march 2022 .. ll i can write aiims pg nov 2021 and continue my pg

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 13th Jan, 2020

Rajan. AIIMS conducts its PG exam for its admissions in 2 sessions i.e. January and July session. For being eligible for July session, you should have completed your Internship by December 31st of the same year. For example, if you want to appear for July 2022 session, you should be atleast completing your Internship by December 31st, 2022. Now if you want to appear for January session, you should have completed your Internship by January 31st of the same year of admission. So if you will complete your Internship by March 2022, you should appear for July 2022 session of AIIMS PG exam.

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i ll be completing internship after 2022 march ...i which aiims pg exam i can apply to pursue pg immediately after my ug

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 13th Jan, 2020

The most apt session would be July 2022 session for you. If you take up July session, its the closest one for you. AIIMS conducts its PG exam for its admissions in 2 sessions i.e. January and July session. For being eligible for July session, you should have completed your Internship by December 31st of the same year. For example, if you want to appear for July 2022 session, you should be atleast completing your Internship by December 31st, 2022. Now if you want to appear for January session, you should have completed your Internship by January 31st of the same year of admission. So if you will complete your Internship by March 2022, you should appear for July 2022 session of AIIMS PG exam.

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