AIIMS PhD Entrance Syllabus 2022 Check Admission Test Exam Pattern

AIIMS PhD Admission Syllabus 2022 All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi PhD Entrance Exam Exam Pattern AIIMS Admission Computer Based Test (CBT) Syllabus PDF Doctoral Program Entrance Exam Subject Wise Syllabus 2022

AIIMS PhD Admission Syllabus 2022

AIIMS PhD Admission Syllabus

latest updates: Candidates can check the detailed syllabus for PhD program at AIIMS.

About AIIMS:

An Act of Parliament in 1956 established the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) as an autonomous institute of national importance and defined its objectives and functions. Based on this act, the institute awards its medical degrees and other academic specialties. A degree awarded by the Institute under the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act is a recognized medical qualification for the purpose of the Medical Council of India Act and notwithstanding anything contained herein, holders are deemed to be entitled to those included in the First Schedule to that Act. For the same privileges as those associated with equivalent awards from recognized universities of India.

admission process:

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi invites online applications for Entrance Test through Online (CBT) mode for admission to Ph.D. Program July 2022 session.

Summary of Exam Pattern:

Mode of Examination Computer Based Test (CBT) [Online]
Exam duration 90 Minutes Phase I & II
exam date Will be held tentatively in September, 2022. date will be announced later
exam center Delhi/NCR only
number of shifts 01 (one)
exam time Timings will be announced later
paper language English
Exam Type objective type
number of questions Stage I and II (30+40=70)
Types of Objective Questions Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Distribution of questions:

Medical/Dental/Nursing candidates

description number of questions
Covering English related to Aptitude 30
subject related 40

non-medical candidates

description number of questions
Covering English related to Aptitude 30
subject related 40

marking scheme:

right answer one mark (+)1
incorrect answer minus one third (-)1/3
Unanswered / Marked for Review 0
did not answer 0

Mode of Cut-off:

  • At least 35 marks in Stage I and II (Combined) to be eligible for Stage III. Special weightage (mentioned in the prospectus) will be added only for those candidates who obtain at least 35 marks in Stage I and II (Combined) and are eligible for Stage III.
  • Candidates 3 times the number of seats advertised will be called for Phase III (Department Clinical/Practical/Laboratory Based Assessment of 20 marks).

Method of resolving relations:

The cases of tie will be resolved by age (date of birth), the older candidate will get preference over the younger candidate.

Selection Method:

A: Selection for Ph.D. The registration will be through three stages performance appraisal as follows:

1. Phase I and II:

a) Stage-I: 30 Marks: (30 MCQs of 1 mark each) MCQs related to Aptitude covering English (Written and Oral Skills), Biostatistics, Research Methodology, Cell Biology, Lab Technology etc.

b) Phase-II: 40 Marks: (40 MCQs 1 mark each) Theory from the subject consisting of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of MD/MS/MDS/MSc. Entry Level.

  • Total Marks (Stage I + II): 70 (30+40)
  • Total Duration (Phase I + II): 90 Minutes

Eligibility for Phase-III: Candidates must have secured at least 35 marks in Phase I and II (Combined) to be eligible for Phase III. Candidates not fulfilling the criteria to qualify for Phase III will not be eligible for selection.

2. Special Loads:

A: Medical / Dental / Nursing candidates:

10 marks will be added to the total score of Stage I and II for candidates satisfying both the following criteria: (1) they are eligible for Stage III; and (2) they also have a medical degree (MBBS/BDS/MDS/DNB/MD/MS/DM/M.Sc) or M.Sc. (Nursing) or equivalent.

B: Non-Medical Candidates:

10 marks will be added to the total score of Stage I and II for candidates satisfying both the following criteria: (1) they are eligible for Stage III; and (2) they have qualified in any one of the following entrance tests in the last 2 years (July 2022 to June 2023): Combined CSIRUGC for JRF, ICMR-JRF, ICMR-SRF, DBT-JRF, NBM Screening Test The fellowship is awarded from NET, INSPIRE fellowship (Fellowship should be valid at AIIMS, New Delhi).

3. Phase III:

After combining the marks of Phase I, II and special weightage (detailed in points 1 and 2 above), candidates three (03) times more than the number of seats advertised in the department will be called for Departmental Clinical/Practical/Laboratory Based Examination. Evaluation (of 20 marks). These marks will be added to the marks of Phase I + II + Special Weightage to determine the final total score.

4. Final Result:

Candidates securing 50% marks in Phase-I, II (with special weightage) and III combined (50/100) will be eligible for admission and will be included in the final merit list. If special weightage marks are awarded to a candidate on the basis of submitted documents who are subsequently found ineligible, the special weightage marks given will be withdrawn and the final result will be recalculated.

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