All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will release the admit card for the Institutes of National Importance (INI) Common Entrance Test (CET) tomorrow, April 29, 2022, on its official website. Candidates who have registered for INI CET for admission into July session can download the admit card from the official website of AIIMS aiimsexams.ac.in. The examination is scheduled to be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) online mode on May 08, 2022. The results of INI CET will tentatively be published on May 14, 2022.
How to Download INI CET Admit Card
The admit card will be available to download on the official website of AIIMS from tomorrow. Once released, candidates can download the admit card by following the steps below:
Step 1: Visit the official website of AIIMS aiimsexams.ac.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the Academic courses tab.
Step 3: Under the postgraduate section, click on INI CET (MD/MS/MCh(6yrs)/DM(6yrs)).
Step 4: Click on proceed to get redirected to the login page.
Step 5: Enter the login credentials in the applicants login portal and submit.
Step 6: The admit card will be displayed on screen. Download it for further use.
The direct link to the login portal is given below:
Candidates should carefully check the details printed on the admit card for any errors. In case of any discrepancies, they should bring it to the notice of Examination Section, AIIMS, New Delhi through e-mail (email id: [email protected]).
INI CET Exam Pattern
INI CET will be conducted in a Computer Based Test mode on May 08, 2022. The examination will be of a duration of 3 hours with a total of 200 Multiple Choice Questions. The MCQs may have either one right choice or multiple right choices. Each correct answer will be awarded 1 mark and there will be a deduction of ⅓ marks for each wrong answer. However, there will be no negative marking for unanswered questions.
The minimum qualifying cut off marks for different categories are as follows:
- Unreserved (UR), EWS, Sponsored & Foreign Nationals [including Overseas Citizens of India (OCI)] – 50%
- OBC, SC, ST, PwBD, and Bhutanese Nationals (PGI-Chandigarh only) – 45%
Legal and disciplinary actions will be taken against those candidates who are found guilty of any malpractices or misconduct during the examination.