The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is expected to announce the results of the Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test or INI CET 2022 tomorrow, i.e. May 14, 2022. Candidates who have appeared for the exam will be able to check the results from the official website – aiimsexams.ac.in. Soon after the declaration of the results, information regarding seat allocation will be given and notified separately. The exam is held for admission to PG medical courses for the July, 2022 session.
Five important things to note
There is no fixed time at which the results will be announced tomorrow. However, going by the previous year’s trends, it seems likely that the results will be available in the evening time. Nonetheless, candidates must keep an eye on the official website throughout the day. With regard to INI CET result 2022, here are five important points that the candidates should keep in mind.
1. In case there is a tie between two or more candidates, then it will be resolved by first following the less negative marking criteria and secondly, by the age criteria.
2. INI CET 2022 marks will be calculated in a way that for every correct answer, 01 mark will be given but for each incorrect answer, one-third of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted.
3. It must be noted that the minimum percentile cut-off for UR, EWS, Sponsored and Foreign Nationals is 50th percentile and the same for OBC, SC, ST, PwBD and Bhutanese Nationals (only for PGI Chandigarh) is 45th percentile.
4. Candidates qualifying for INI CET 2022 exam will be called to attend the seat allocation process for the postgraduate courses in the online mode only.
5. The date of starting the course is July 01, 2022 while the last date of admission is August 31, 2022.
Seat Allocation Process
As per the information brochure, the seat allocation process will be conducted for at least two rounds which will then be followed by the open round. If needed, then additional rounds of allocation may also be carried out before the open round. However, for the first and second rounds, candidates equal to eight times the number of postgraduate seats will be called. This will be done as per the list of eligible candidates for admission.
The entire process will be in accordance with the order of merit, candidates’ choices and the reservation policies of the individual INIs. If seats remain vacant after the open round, then the same can be filled by the individual INIs through a spot round. This will however require due permission of the competent authority.