|Details - INI CET 2021, Basic Registration, RUC/EUC Generation, Final Registration / Application Form, Login, Admit Card, Result|
|Preparation - Syllabus, INI CET 2020 Question Paper with Answers, Exam Pattern, High Yield Topics|
INI CET 2021 – All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi has announced INI CET 2021 seat allocation result for the July session. The result can be checked online at aiimsexams.ac.in or from the link below. The exam was conducted on July 22, 2021, in the computer-based mode. Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INI CET) is a national level entrance exam held for admission into PG medical courses like MD, MS, M.Ch (6 years), DM (6 years), MDS. The seats are allocated to the shortlisted candidates in institutes like AIIMS, JIPMER Puducherry, NIMHANS Bengaluru, PGIMER Chandigarh. Check more details about INI CET 2021 from this page such as result, seat reservation, selection process etc.
INI CET 2021
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INI CET 2021 Exam Date
The newly announced important dates of INI CET July 2021 exam are as follows.
|INI CET 2021 July Events||Dates|
|Basic registration commencement||01 Mar 2021|
|Last date to do basic registration||31 Mar 2021|
|Facility to check status of basic registration and last date for correction of rejected images||01 – 05 Apr 2021|
|Check final status of accepted basic registration||06 Apr 2021|
|Availability of INI CET 2021 prospectus from||23 Mar 2021|
|Generation of Registration Unique Code (RUC)||24 Mar 2021|
|Final registration after generating RUC||12 Apr 2021|
|Basic and final registration editing||12 Apr 2021|
|Check final registration status and last date of submission of documents||12 Apr 2021|
|Uploading of valid Certificate: for PWBD, OBC(NCL), EWS and Sponsored certificate only||24 Mar to 12 Apr 2021|
|Sponsored category under Karnataka Domicile category can complete the registration from |
(Facility only available for the candidates who have completed Basic Registration)
|27 May – 02 Jun 2021|
|Filling city choices|
|Re-Filling city choices||20 – 24 Jun 2021|
|Download INI CET 2021 Admit Card||15 Jul 2021|
|INI CET 2021 exam date for July session admissions||22 Jul 2021|
|Last date of receiving of the application form duly recommended & forwarded with “No Objection Certificate” from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, India for Foreign Nationals||22 Jul 2021 up to 05:00 pm|
|Last date to Upload scanned copy of Sponsored Certificate||22 Jul 2021 up to 05:00 pm|
|Last date for uploading of Valid OBC(NCL)/EWS certificate||22 Jul 2021 by 05:00 pm|
|Date of declaration of INI-CET Result||26 Jul 2021|
Overview of INI CET 2021
Check the overview of INI CET 2021 given below.
|Full form of the exam||Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test|
|Popularly known as||INI CET|
|Courses Offered||PG Courses – MD, MS, DM (6 years), M.Ch (6 years) and MDS|
|Exam conducting body||AIIMS, New Delhi|
|New Exam Date||22 Jul 2021|
|Mode of exam||Computer-based test|
|Level of exam||National level|
|Application mode||Online only|
|Duration of exam||180 minutes (3 hours)|
|Type of questions||Objective type particularly Multiple correct choice questions and Single correct choice questions|
|Institutes Offering PG Courses||AIIMS New Delhi|
INI CET 2021 Result
The INI CET result 2021 will be announced on 26 July 2021
INI CET 2021 result can be checked at aiimsexams.ac.in. The result is declared in the pdf format. The details like roll number, category, rank, percentile are mentioned in INI CET result pdf. The seats in the PG courses are allocated as per the rank secured in INI CET 2021.
Tie-Breaking Criteria: If two or more candidates secure the same marks in INI CET 2021, then the following tie-breaking criteria will be followed sequentially to resolve the tie:
- The candidate who has less negative marks
- The candidate older in age
INI CET 2021 Answer Key
The answer key of INI CET is released unofficially. The answer key was not released officially last year. The memory based answers leys contains the answers of the memory based questions that ar shared by the candidates after the exam is over. It is provided by the experts and coaching centres. Candidates can use the same for reference purposes only.
INI CET 2021 Qualifying Marks
As per the percentile obtained in INI CET 2021 July session, the candidates will be offered seats in the institutes. The minimum marks required are:
|UR seats including OCI, EWS and Sponsored / Deputed / Foreign Nationals||50th percentile|
|OBC, SC, ST, PwBD, Bhutanese Nationals (PGI Chandigarh)||45th percentile|
INI CET 2021 Seat Allocation
Admission to all the following institutes of national importance are through INI CET:
- AIIMS, New Delhi
- JIPMER Puducherry
- NIMHANS Bengaluru
- PGIMER Chandigarh
- AIIMS Bhopal
- AIIMS Bhubaneswar
- AIIMS Jodhpur
- AIIMS Nagpur
- AIIMS Patna
- AIIMS Raipur
- AIIMS Rishikesh
The seat allocation for PG courses is done through online mode only. There are basically 2 rounds of seat allocation and one open round.
- For the 1st and 2nd round of seat allocation, the candidates equal to 8 times the number of PG seats in each category are called.
- The allocation of seats is done as per the merit, choices made by the candidates and as per reservation policies.
- PG seats that remain vacant after the Open round are filled by the Spot round conducted after the approval of the competent authority.
The process will be done via Institute-wise Synchronization of Seat Allocation (InSAS).
INI CET 2021 Seat Matrix Details
AIIMS, New Delhi has released the vacant set position under Sponsored Category under Karnataka Domicile category for NIMHANS, Bengaluru (MD – Psychiatry).
|Subject / Speciality||No. of seats|
|Psychiatry (under Karnataka Domicile Category)||1|
Aspirants can check the seat matrix for AIIMS PG, JIPMER PG, PGIMER, NIMHANS for July 2021 session from below:
INI CET 2021 Admit Card
- The candidates can download INI CET 2021 admit card from aiimsexams.ac.in. The admit card is released for the candidates who have completed all the steps of registration.
- Carry the printed copy of the admit card to the exam centres as without the valid admit card, no candidate is allowed to enter the exam center.
- AIIMS, New Delhi does not send the admit card via post or email. It is released online only.
- After downloading INI CET 2021 admit card, please check all the information carefully. If there is any discrepancy, then please mail to AIIMS, New Delhi on this email id email@example.com. The email must be sent via the registered applicant’s id. Also, mention the registered email id and roll number in the mail.
INI CET 2021 Exam Pattern
INI CET is held as an online computer-based test. Check the details of the exam given below.
- The candidates are given 3 hours to complete the test
- There are 200 questions in the test
- The questions in the test are objective type (multiple- correct choice questions and single correct choice questions)
INI CET 2021 Exam Syllabus
AIIMS New Delhi has not specified any specific syllabus for INI CET.
The syllabus is broadly based as per the general norms of a PG medical entrance exam, on the MBBS curriculum taught in India. Which means, one has to study as per the following.
Syllabus for MD, MS, DM (6 yrs), M.Ch (6 yrs) entrance exam: MBBS degree level topics.
Syllabus for MDS entrance exam : BDS degree level topics
- Community Medicine
- Community Medicine
- Clinical Postings
- Surgery & Allied subjects
- Medicine & Allied subjects
Recommended Books to Prepare for INI CET 2021
Given below is the list of books that can be referred to prepare for INI CET 2021.
|Self Assessment and Review if INI-CET||Check Price Here|
|Review of Postgraduate Medical Entrance Examination||Check Price Here|
|Review of Postgraduate Medical Entrance Examination Vol -1||Check Price Here|
|Target AIIMS PG Entrance Gateway to Success||Check Price Here|
|PGI CHANDIGARH POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION SELF ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW||Check Price Here|
How to Prepare for INI CET 2021?
To qualify INI CET 2021, the candidates must follow the preparation strategy given below.
#Check the syllabus: Before starting the preparation, carefully check the syllabus of INI CET 2021. Check the weightage of topics and then, prepare a time table to cover those topics.
#Pick best study material: It is advised to refer those books that have the concepts clearly stated. One can also refer the online study material.
#Solve previous year question papers: Previous year question paper give an insight about what type of questions in the exam. So, solve the previous year question papers to know the difficulty level of questions, marking scheme etc.
#Solve mock test: Give mock test to reduce the fear of appearing in the exams. By appearing in the mock test, the candidates can self-evaluate and focus on their errors.
Courses Offered Through INI CET 2021
Candidates who want admission to any of the following courses in the above listed organizations must appear in INI CET.
- M.Ch. (6years)
- DM (6years)
INI CET 2021 Registration
The entire process of INI CET application process has 3 stages. They are as follows:
Let us discuss the stages one by one:
What is basic registration in INI CET? Basic registration is one-time process to be done by applicants for appearing in postgraduate courses. The process of basic registration includes the following steps:
- Initial registering for the generation of Registration ID and Password.
- Filling the personal information and uploading of images (photo, sign, left thumb impression).
- There is no application fee charged at this stage.
The applicants whose basic registration has been earlier accepted for the previous postgraduate examination conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi, are NOT required to register again.
They can directly proceed for Stage 2 which is Generation of Registration Unique Code, [RUC], for application for INI-CET, Jan 2021. This can be done after logging in at the Basic Information Zone using their Registration ID and Password.
This is a code that is generated for each session separately. Therefore, the candidates whose basic registration have been accepted earlier too, have to generate a different RUC for each new session. The RUC is important as it is a unique code required at the various stages of the admission in PG courses. It is generated only for those candidates whose basic registrations have been accepted.
After the RUC is generated for INI CET, the applicant is required to proceed with applying for INI-CET 2021 at the Final Registration page.
To access the application form, candidates have to login with the following details and complete the application process:
- Registration ID
- Code (RUC) for INI-CET 2021
Applicaion fee is charged in this stage and is as follows:
|General / OBC Candidates / Foreign National applicant||Rs. 2000|
|SC / ST / EWS applicant||Rs. 1500|
|Persons with Benchmark Disabilities||Exempted|
The mode of payment of the application fee is Debit card / credit card / net banking.
INI CET 2021 Eligibility Criteria
Before applying for INI CET, candidates must check the eligibility for it. The same is given below:
For Indian Nationals
Qualification: MBBS degree for MD / MS / DM-6yrs / MCH-6yrs and BDS degree for MDS courses from National Medical Commission / Medical Council of India as notified by Govt. of India and Dental Council of India respectively.
Internship: Candidate must also complete the required period of 12 months compulsory rotating Internship / Practical training by the dates as mentioned in PART-B of the INI CET information brochure.
Minimum aggregate marks in qualifying degree:
- For candidates belonging to the SC / ST Categories 50% marks in aggregate is needed.
- 55% marks in aggregate for all other categories including OBC / EWS Category.
- For Persons with Benchmark Disabilities [PWBD] candidates the minimum aggregate of 50% is needed.
For Foreign Nationals
The eligibility for the foreign national candidates is as follows:
- Candidates are required to obtain a certificate of grading system from the applicable University / Institution to determine the value of grading in percentage. The marks calculated accordingly must
be filled in“Marks Column” for completion of Final Registration.
- The Foreign National applicants must have 55% minimum marks in aggregate in all the MBBS / BDS professional examinations.
- They must obtain a No Objection Certificate obtained from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India. It should be submitted to the Examination Section on or before the due date.
Assistant Controller (Exams)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)
Ansari Nagar, New Delhi -110 608
Toll Free Number 1800117898
|July 2021 Admission Notice for PG Courses||Download Here|
|Information brochure of the Jul 2021 session – Part A||Download Here|
|Information brochure of the Jul 2021 session – Part B||Download Here|
|PGIMER Chandigarh July 2021 Prospectus – Part B||Download Here|
|NIMHANS Chandigarh July 2021 Prospectus – Part B||Download Here|
|JIPMER Puducherry July 2021 Prospectus – Part B||Download Here|
|July 2021 basic registration notice||Download here|
|Information brochure of the Jan 2021 session – Part A||Download here|
|Basic registration manual||Download here|
|Introduction to INI CET||Download here|
FAQs on INI CET 2021
Ans. Some colleges in India have been given the status of INI (Institute of National Importance) by the Parliament of India. They get special recognition and funding from the Government.
Ans. Yes. On the basis of this single exam, you will get admission to all the AIIMS, JIPMER, PGIMER, and NIMHANS.
Ans. AIIMS New Delhi allows candidates to do a one time basic registration. After that they can generate codes for different programs and apply for different exams. This saves the candidates time in applying for various exams.
Ans. INI CET 2021 for July session will be held on July 22, 2021.
Ans. INI CET is a computer-based test.
Ans. INI CET is held twice a year for January and July session.
Ans. There are total 200 questions in the test.
Ans. To prepare for INI CET 2021, check the syllabus first and then, make a time table as per that. Next, solve the previous year question papers to know what type of questions come in the exam and their difficulty level. Give mock tests to know your weak points. Also, regularly revise the important topics.
Ans. The candidates belonging to UR, EWS, OCI, Sponsored / Foreign Nationals / Deputed must get 50th percentile, whereas candidates belonging to SC, ST, PwBD, Bhutanese Nationals must get 45th percentile.
Ans. INI CET is a national level exam conducted for admission into PG courses like MD, MS, DM (6 years), M.Ch (6 years), MDS.
Ans. The qualified candidates need to apply online for INI CET counselling. The candidates have to register, submit the choices of colleges, check seat allotment etc.
Ans. The seat allocation is done on the basis of the order of merit in INI CET, the choices submitted and as per the reservation policies of INIs.
Official website: aiimsexams.ac.in