AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019: The All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) has begun the counselling process for the AIIMS MBBS admissions 2019 today – June 20 (Thursday). Candidates can register at the website, aiimsexams.org. After registration, candidates will be redirected to ‘My page’ where they can select colleges based on choice.
Based on choice and merit, seats will be further allotted to candidates. The result for the announced AIIMS MBBS entrance exam was declared on June 12, 2019. The exam, which is conducted for admission to undergraduate medical courses, was held on May 25 and May 26, in two shifts.
Candidates need to log in to the counselling module and record the institute of their preference. Candidates are free to change, re-order and delete or add their choices. After that, they need to save, lock-in and submit their choices. Choices once submitted cannot be changed.
There will be four rounds of counselling, including an open round. Candidates who have secured the minimum cut-off percentage and equivalent marks are eligible for counselling. Seats for admission to MBBS courses in 9 AIIMS will be allocated through an automated process based on the choices filled by candidates.
The total number of candidates eligible to participate in the first round of online seat allocation/counselling will be four times the number of seats available in each category. The list of qualifying candidates for online counselling was released on June 18. Admitted candidates must attend the Orientation Programme and join classes on August 1, 2019; for AIIMS Delhi, the same will be held on July 16.
AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019: Documents needed
Following is a list of documents needed for the counselling process:
— Class 12 mark sheet
— Class 10 certificate
— Date of Birth
— Migration certificate from the university/board
— Applicable only to candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC/OPH Category
AIIMS MBBS counselling 2019: Medical fitness test
Shortlisted candidates have to appear for the medical examination by a Medical Board comprising of faculty members set up by the respective institute. “If in the assessment of the Medical Board, a candidate is found medically unfit for the course, then he/she will be not admitted and the decision of the Medical Board shall be final,” as per the AIIMS official notification.