The AIIMS MBBS 2017 Result has been declared by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi on June 15, after a delay of one day from the previously scheduled date of June 14. The result of AIIMS MBBS, which was released in the early morning of June 15, has been published in online mode in the form of a merit list displaying the candidates’ roll numbers, All India ranks, categories, subject-wise and overall percentiles. The AIIMS MBBS 2017 Cut Off has also been declared along with the AIIMS MBBS Result.Also Read-AIIMS MBBS 2018AIIMS MBBS Important Dates 2018
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Considered as one of India’s most competitive undergraduate medical entrance exams, AIIMS MBBS 2017 will offer candidates admissions to 707 MBBS and BDS seats across 7 AIIMS institutions located in New Delhi, Bhopal, Patna, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur and Bhubaneswar. 107 seats are in AIIMS Delhi and the other 6 AIIMS institutions will offer admissions to 100 seats each.
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Download AIIMS MBBS 2017 Result
The result of AIIMS MBBS 2017 have been released in the form of a PDF file in two formats: Rank wise and Roll Number wise. Candidates can download both versions of the AIIMS MBBS Result 2017 from the link given below:
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AIIMS MBBS 2017 Toppers
The top three roll numbers for each category and their secured category percentiles are in the tables below. Careers360 will be publishing the topper names and interviews shortly.
Top Three Ranks
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AIIMS MBBS Cut Off Percentiles
Candidates should note that the AIIMS MBBS 2017 Result has only been declared for those who have secured the pre-determined category-wise qualifying percentage. As per AIIMS New Delhi, for General candidates had to attain marks in the 50th percentile, while SC/ST and OBC candidates had to attain marks in the 45th and 40th percentile respectively as per the AIIMS MBBS result criteria. The Cut Off Percentile Marks as per the AIIMS MBBS Result 2017 are as given in the below table.
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AIIMS MBBS 2017 Percentile Cut Off Marks
Reasons for delay in AIIMS MBBS Result 2017
For medical aspirants already suffering due to the delay caused in declaration of NEET 2017 Results due to various controversies, the delay in AIIMS 2017 Results came as an added shock. As expected, within hours of the delay, various news reports and social media posts began speculating on the possible reasons for the delay in declaration of AIIMS MBBS 2017 Results only adding to the stress of the candidates.
A popular theory doing the rounds regarding the delay was that AIIMS New Delhi was still in the middle of investigating a possible leak in AIIMS 2017 Question Paper on the day of the exam, an allegation first raised by VYAPAM whistle blower and education activist Dr. Anand Rai.
This was later dismissed by AIIMS authorities who informed the media that their investigations had revealed chances of cheating at certain centres in Uttar Pradesh but not of a paper leak and so there would be no delay in declaration of results. As per Dr. Rai however, the supposed probe committee had failed in contacting him for their investigations, forcing him to write to the Prime Minister and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MHFW) with the request that they investigate the case.
AIIMS does a NEET
The AIIMS authorities decided to take a leaf out of the CBSE’s book by not informing candidates about the result delay through their official channels, prolonging their frustration and testing their patience in the process. Despite having issued claims that the result would be issued on time, leading most candidates to stay glued to the official website until well after midnight, the AIIMS 2017 MBBS Result was finally declared only in the early hours of June 15.
About AIIMS MBBS 2017
The AIIMS MBBS 2017 entrance exam was conducted in a morning session and a forenoon session by AIIMS New Delhi on May 28. Held as a Computer Based Test (CBT) over a duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes in each session, the exam comprised of 200 reason and assertion based questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge. The total marks was 200 with candidates being awarded one mark for every right answer and deducted 1/3 marks for every incorrect one.
The AIIMS MBBS Merit List will be released on the basis of the AIIMS MBBS 2017 Result. Candidates will be allotted a place in the Merit List of AIIMS MBBS provided they have secured a good score as per the AIIMS MBBS Result 2017. AIIMS New Delhi will prepare the merit list of qualified candidates based on the cut off score. The AIIMS MBBS 2017 merit list will have of total of 4 times of number of seats available for allotment in each category. Candidates will be called for the counselling of AIIMS MBBS 2017 as per their rank in merit list and according to the schedule allotted for the same.
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Hello dear student,
Yes maybe you want to give AIIMS entrance test but your student id as you know it's been cancelled not exactly cancel it is been merged with neet and now students appearing for medical examination they only have to study for one entrance test . And they will be judged on the basis of that entrance test means they will be judged on the marks they have obtained in the entrance test and they will get the medical college accordingly. So don't worry just prepare as you are preparing for Neet and that will help you . I hope this was helpful to you
let me clear your doubt.
here I am providing you a link through which you will get the cut off for aiims delhi 2019
I hope my answer will help you out
From 2020 onwards, there shall be only one entrance exam for MBBS and that's NEET.
AIIMS and JIPMER, no longer will conduct their entrance exam.
Now, coming to eligibility criteria for NEET which is based on aggregate for PCB against each category mentioned below-
Although, you haven't mention your category, but your aggregate for PCB comes up to 61.3%, so you're definitely eligible for NEET. And, just to inform you there's no upper age limit and hence, no restriction in terms of appearing for NEET.
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