AIPGMEE 2016 exam day 1 for admission to Master of Surgery (MS), Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Diploma programmes under 50% All India Quota seats concluded on December 2, 2015. Candidates who appeared in AIPGMEE 2016 Day 1 found the difficulty level of the exam to be ‘Moderate to Difficult’ with Social Preventive Medicine (SPM) and image section being the toughest and Psychiatry being the easiest among the various sections.
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While the pattern of the exam was same as the prescribed syllabus, some of the subjects like Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology were surprisingly easier compared to previous years.
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Some of the students found the image based sections to be tough as there were no direct derivations. In imaging questions, one has to consider all the factors while deriving solution of a particular case. Dr. Kavita Indu, an AIPGMEE 2016 candidate who found the difficulty level of the exam to be tough, explains, “Imaging section was tough because questions were twisted and analytical. Most of the questions were conceptual and based on analysis”.
This year Psychiatry and Obstetrics, Gynecology, Radiodiagnosis and Radiotherapy sections were comparatively easier than the previous years. Dr. Rakesh Nehra, who attempted AIPGMEE for the first time says, “I found the overall exam to be moderate. The questions in the SPM section were twisted as they are based on analysis. However, I found the questions from Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology section to be comparatively easy.”
Having started on December 2, 2015, AIPGMEE 2016 is scheduled to be conducted for 6 days at 33 centres across India till December 8. The online exam is being held in two slots i.e. forenoon and afternoon. AIPGMEE is a national level entrance exam conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE) for admission to MS, MD and Diploma programmes under 50% All India Quota seats in various medical colleges of India except Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Jammu & Kashmir.
The result will be declared on February 10, 2016 only for those candidates who will score qualifying marks in the entrance exam. As per AIPGMEE 2016 qualifying marks, candidates belonging from general category have to score 50% marks in the entrance exam. The graph given below reflects last two year passing marks of different category candidates.
According to NBE official announcement, 7 states and 6 medical colleges of India is participating in AIPGMEE 2016 for admissions against MD/MS/Diploma in their respective Government Medical Colleges. Around 70,000 candidates are taking the exam across India.
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Hi Reddy!!Hope you are doing well!! You have got a decent rank in your NEET PG 2020. I am enlisting some private colleges you can get from this rank-:
1. Sri Ramachandra Medical college and Research Institute, Chennai
2. JSS Medical college,Mysore
3. Christian Medical College,Ludhiana
4. MS Ramaiah Medical college,Banglore
5. Kalinga institute of medical sciences, Bhubaneshwar
6. MGM Medical college, Aurangabad
To be able to to secure a seat in top colleges the neet PG score should be more than 450 marks (for general category) varies on basis of reservation.
,you will have a great chance to get into the college you need and you will be on
safe side if you score 550 and above
As the cutoff rank in the year 2019 is 8222 for Ms General surgery.
Yearly the competition keeps on increasing,so the higher your score the more your chance to get a good govt.college.
The score depends on the years competition, difficulty of the paper.
These following link may be of help,
Hoping,this helped you.
All the best.
There is no reservation for ex servicemen under AIQ. But some states offer reservations in the 85% quota allotted to states.
Note: Defense quota is not available in all states and also the percentage of reservation is not same in each state.
Tamilnadu does not have defense quota.
Further clarifications can be sought from state counselling authorities.
Hope this helps.
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