AIIMS PG Result 2019 To Be Out On June 21

All India Institutes of Medical Sciences will release the AIIMS PG Result 2019 on this coming Friday, June 21, 2019. Candidates who have appeared for the entrance exam of DM/ M.Ch and M.D and MD/ MS/ MCh (6 yrs)/ DM(6 yrs)/ MDS courses will able to check their result online at aiimsexams.org. AIIMS releases the result in the pdf format and it consists of the roll number and the category of the qualified candidates.

In order to check the result, the candidates need to visit the official website first. Then click on the link for the AIIMS PG Result 2019. As you do so, you will be redirected to a new page. The result will open in a PDF format. Verify your roll number and check your result carefully. After checking the result, you can also save a copy of the same.


AIIMS PG 2019 Scorecard

After the declaration of result, the candidates can download their scorecard on the official website itself. The scorecard will be available at the AIIMS PG 2019 login only. In order to download the scorecard, you need to visit the link for the same. After that, a login window will appear. On that page, you need to fill in your candidate ID and date of birth. Your scorecard will appear on the screen. Check it and download it for future purposes.

In AIIMS PG result 2019, the students are going to get their result in a percentage form. The raw score of the candidates is calculated on the basis of the marking scheme. After which it is converted into a percentile. The highest raw score is the 100 percentile score. However, AIIMS Delhi considers percentile score up to three decimals only.

Tie-Breaking Criteria

 After the declaration of result, if the rank of two or more students is the same, then the student with higher marks in AIIMS MBBS/BDS is considered first. If this will not solve the issue, then the older candidate gets the highest rank.

After the declaration of result, the qualified candidates will be eligible for the counselling session. In order to appear in counselling, the students need to download the call letter which will be available on the official website. However, no call letter will be sent to any student through the post. On the day of counselling, the candidates need to carry a copy of the call letter and admit card along with other certificates and documents.

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