The result of the Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INI CET) 2021 is set to be released on the 27th of November. The candidates who had appeared for their exams will be all to check their results which will be posted on the official website, aiimsexams.org. This CET exam was conducted on November 20th, via a computer-based mode. This CET is a national level examination, conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). It is a computer-based / online exam that has around 64 test centres, placed at different cities across the country. Those who can apply, are the ones who have an MBBS or BDS degree from a autonomous/recognised institute, can belong to OCI Indian Nationals or NRI Foreign Nationals, and must have a minimum performance of 55% for GEN/ OBC/ GEN/ PWD and 50% for SC/ ST/ ST-PWD/ SC-PWD. Of course, it is an entrance exam to get into AIIMS, one of the top medical colleges in the country.
INI CET Results- How To Check
First, visit the official website, which is aiimsexam.org. Secondly, click on the result tab which will be seen at the centre (or in most cases, bottom left corner) of the screen. Thirdly, check the result notification which reads “Percentile Secured By The Candidates of INI CET Courses [MD / MS/ MCh(6 years)/ DM(6 years)/ MDS] Jan-2021 Session”. The fourth step is to log in by using your given registration ID and password, with which your result will appear on the screen. Last but not the least, do download it and take a print out for any future reference. In most cases, the candidate being accepted or rejected will also be mailed to the candidate’s mail- the email with which he/she had given to register for the online exam.
AIIMS Conducts Entrance Exams For PG Admissions Too
This entrance exam was held for those who have sent applications for admissions to the Masters and Doctorate courses that are offered in AIIMS PG, JIPMER PG, NIMHANS and PGIMER. The results for the PG admissions were earlier announced on the 26th of November, with respect for the admissions to DM/ MCh courses, which takes place during the January session. Those who have successfully cleared it will be asked to appear for the stage II exams. These stage II examinations will be held through online mode, for which the date of the departmental assessment, and the lists of the roll number enrolments will be released. The stage II exams will begin on December 2nd.