The last date to apply for INI CET (Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test) 2022 is October 09, 2021. The candidates who have not yet registered for AIIMS PG programmes can register themselves on the official website, aiimsexams.ac.in.
The INI CET 2022 application form has been available since September 09, 2021, for admission in the January session. As per the official prospectus, AIIMS has also included the MD course from 2021 onwards.
The status of registration and corrections in basic information including correction of the image can be done by October 13, 2021, 5 PM. The final status regarding the acceptance of the INI CET 2022 application form is going to be available from October 14, 2021, by 5 pm. Authorities are going to release the final status regarding the completion of the application form from October 27, 2021, at 5 pm. For foreign nationals, the last date to receive applications from the ministry of health is November 12, 2021
As per the official date schedule, released by authorities, INI CET 2022 is going to be held on November 14, 2021, and the admit card is going to be released on November 08, 2021. Additionally, the final result of INI CET is expected to be out by November 20, 2021.
AIIMS Delhi conducts the INI CET 2022 annually to induct eligible candidates in different MD and PG programmes offered by colleges. As of now, a total of five courses are been offered by the authorities i.e. MD, MS, M.Ch. (6years),DM (6years) and MDS. Also, 8 AIIMS and 3 non-AIIMS i.e. JIPMER Puducherry, NIMHANS Bengaluru, and PGIMER Chandigarh around the country accept the score of INI CET 2022 examination. The AIIMS INI CET examination is slated to be held across 129 centres pan India and candidates have to mention the choice of exam centre in the application form itself.
INI CET is an online entrance test, held for a duration of 3 hours in total. The examination comprises a total of 200 questions in the multiple-choice-based question type format. The level of questions asked in the INI CET exam is of UG level i.e. MBBS or BDS. Once the exam is over, authorities conduct the counselling session on the basis of the marks scored by candidates in INI CET examination. Usually, there are two rounds in the counselling session i.e. 1st and 2 rounds. Only if there is a need, the authorities might conduct the additional round for seat allocation. The candidates are assigned colleges on the basis of merit scored by them in the INI CET exam.