AIIMS


ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE

 

                                                      GENERAL INFORMATION

Dean Dr. Rani Kumar
Director Dr. Ramesh C. Deka
Academic staff 550
Undergraduates 77 per year
Location Ansari Nagar in New Delhi,India
Website www.aiims.edu

NO. OF SEATS

Each year 77 (seventy seven) seats are available for admission to the graduate medical course,leading to the award of the degree of M.B.B.S. by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Out of these, 11 (eleven) seats are reserved for the Scheduled Castes, 5 (five) seats are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes, 19 (nineteen) seats are reserved for Other Backward Classes and 5 (five) seats are reserved for the Foreign Nationals nominated by the Government of India and 37 (thirty seven) seats for General Category. For Indian Nationals, 3% reservation for orthopaedic physically handicapped shall be provided on horizontal basis, in the seats available. If requisite number of suitable candidates are not available to fill the seats reserved for the Scheduled Castes, the same are filled out of the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Tribes and vice versa. In case suitable candidates are not available from the above two reserved categories, Orthopaedically handicapped and OBCs, the vacant seats will be filled by the candidates from the general category.

 

 

Student life and academics

MBBS life in AIIMS has a distinctive laid-back character. Attendance was not made compulsory until a few years ago, with students being given full liberty to organize their own study patterns. The limitation of class size to just 50 per year ensures a close-knit student community of just over 250 people. The student body is predominantly male, with men forming approximately 80% of every batch. This is in contrast to the situation with most other medical colleges, where women are represented in larger numbers. Hostel life centers around the Quadrangle in the Gents’ hostel, where most students can be seen lounging or studying.

AIIMS has a cosmopolitan student body, owing to its location in the national capital, as well as its countrywide reputation. Students from Malaysia, Indonesia, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Mauritius and other nations add some of their own flavour. Exchange students from several Indian and international medical schools also mix with the existing crowd. The students are represented by the AIIMS Students’ Union, headed by an executive committee that is elected every year from students of 4th year.

Students of AIIMS involve themselves in extra-academic movements, including Pulse, the annual, inter-college festival hosted by AIIMS. Pulse is easily India’s largest medical fest, with daily attendance ranging from 5000 to 15000. A large, well-equipped students’ gym, swimming pool and courts for tennis, basketball, volleyball, squash and soccer provide ample recreational opportunities. Prayatna is a student organization that arranges blood donation camps for the fulfilment of perpetual shortage of blood at the AIIMS blood bank.

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50 Responses to AIIMS

  1. shruti singh says:

    what is the minimum marks required in aipmt to get rank within100??

  2. purvachaturvedi says:

    Namastey sir….
    I just need guidance of yours as I am preparing for AIIMS DELHI
    And that too without coaching due to some family conundrums and my habit of self studies
    I passed 12th with 97.3% . I already have study material from Allen coaching institution.
    I am bit confused on how to start. ..?
    I don’t have ideas which all books other than study materia to be followed in physics and chemistry.
    And list the name of books required for assertion reason practice
    Looking forward for your reply sir.
    And thanks for your responsiveness to every student

  3. akansha says:

    sir is mtg assertion and reason for aiims 2014 is good for aiims preparation of assertion and reason questions?

  4. shalu says:

    hello sir,
    i wanna to ask can i appear 4 medical entrance xm as aiims while doing mbbs frm other college……………plzzz rep soon

  5. vinit tanwar says:

    sir i hav got admission in aiims patna,can this choice is right for my medical career….????

  6. Anu says:

    Sir,
    i’ve dne 12th ds yr n gvn neet also, my score ws avrg n i’m nt sure wthr i gt seat thrgh al india quota or nt. I’ve dcided 2 go 4 anthr chnc n tke a drop n 2 prepre 2 get seat in delhi’s clg thrgh my state quota.
    Could you plz sugest how shd i plan my prep to gt gud rank in neet nxt yr. PLZ.. 🙂
    spcialy hw 2 prep for phy n chm.. 🙂

  7. Diksha says:

    sir i study in kendriya vidyalaya(cbse board).75% attendance is compulsary my school starts from 7am to 3pm.should i am just ahead of class11 i am a medical aspirant.my school starts from 7am to 3pm.should i apply entrance exams in class 12 or first concentrate on board exams? what should be my study schedule.i do not take any tutions should i opt for any?

  8. sanjeev says:

    sir iam student of xi sci(bio) i wants to join aiims after xii class so please give me instruction for study for appliying aiims

  9. Mahesh says:

    I am 12th class student and i am going to appear Medical entrance this year. only 3-4 months are left and i am left with the whole of physics and chemistry. i have purchased both of your books and i am also studying bio from ncert…. now how should i study to crack the test within this short time……. sir please guide me

  10. DEEPAK DUBEY says:

    SIR,FR NEET I HV JST SOLVE NCERT SOLVED E.G ND EXERCISE IN PHY ND CHEM IS IT SUFFICIENT

  11. gauravdeep says:

    Sir, i am in class 12th and highly intrested to get seat in AIIMS-UG ,sir i follow your both of books …sir i have a problem that i cant solve physics assertion reasoning as much that i must do for aiims prepration plz tell me..whats the way to get success in aiims and also tell me what i read in in physics ncert..

  12. siddharth says:

    sir…today i deposited my challan fees few hours ago and now when i log in to my a/c it shows an error”invalid application no. or password”…what to do now sir?

  13. RAFQUAT RANA says:

    hello sir,
    m a dropper……so i want to know that …how should i revise all ma subjects…separately…!!!!!!!!!! should i prefer solving more n more no. of objective question or concentrate more on conceptual facts….please guide…….. as xams r knocking at the door ….n revision is the only thing which can help us to succeed…i hav bought ur handbook of biology books…n waitin 4 biology at ur fingertips….books written by u proves to be a capsule before taking any medical entrance xam …….THANK U !!!! bt sir..wat abt physics and chemistry ?? how should i revise so that the conceptual thing doesn’t slip out 4 ma mind…..and please tell me how should i plan ma daily routine…i mean approx hours…for study….before…sitting 4 any xam i.e during these periods

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      for physics, learn all the formulas and practice solved examples given in any reference book. Don’t practice hi-fi questions or unsolved problems. after solving the problem your self always look for its correct solution.Make sure that u practice questions from every topic and question of every type. By doing so, u will remember correct way of solving every question and u won’t come across any problem in ur exam which you had not seen before.
      important topics – Modern physics and thermo in physics, all formulae in Physics and Physical chemistry, compounds name and periodic table trends in inorganic and important name reactions in organic.
      for bio, handbook + fingertips + ncert
      solve past papers of bhu, aipmt abd your state pmt.
      My upcoming books for physics n chemistry would be released in a few months.

  14. swapnabrata mishra says:

    Dear sir,

    I am the father of Sanket currently studying in class IX going to X this year. He is studying in FIITJEE world school at Hyderabad ( Andhra Board).He is interested to join medicine and preferably AIIMS/JIPMER/CMC. do you advise him to start preparation right from Class X? pls suggest a chart of preparation for him. any specific coaching istitute?

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      Right now just tell him to lay stress on basics. NCERTs and school notes are sufficient. He can also get my books because they have lot of mnemonics and simple learning methods. though many things would be out of syllabus, so there is no need to read everything from them.

      My books for Physics and Chemistry would be released after a few months so you can refer to them also.

      Also ask him to tell his seniors preparing for medical entrances about my book.

      HANDBOOK OF BIOLOGY BY RAHUL CHAWLA
      This book can be considered as a last ditch stand for all the students preparing for PMTs, who cannot afford to give themselves a second chance and another year of tiring studies. This 128 page-hand cum pocket book gives you an overview of the complete biology syllabus so it is easier for the students to revise at the last moment. The book would be extremely helpful in last minute revision.
      Now Handbook of Biology is just a phone call away! Dial 09650-457-457 to order .
      to buy online click here http://www.flipkart.com/books/8175156422?pid=1v23fb0scd&_l=CJHVEqJO3veuHytbACc9dw–&_r=TxuNa8SHIYDMtQ11knQotQ–&ref=b22ccd0c-aaac-4ddc-b48d-62ddb20cabc6

  15. srinija says:

    sorry i have forgot to mention my syllabus i am from andhra pradesh and studying ssc syllabus and now in 11th class!!!!!!!!!

  16. srinija says:

    is neet conformed for next year or not?

  17. arunita pal says:

    sir sorry forgot to mention my present class – sir now i m studying in class 11 after 2 months i will go class 12 arunita

  18. arunita pal says:

    sir from2013 their will be one entrance for medical i.e CET so sir i have only one year for preparation , sir do u think one student can finish his or her whole CET syllabus with in a year i.e class12th &11th syllabus ? if ur answer is yes then how ?-i should go ahead ? one more queston is CET is much tougher or quite easier then our present entrance?

  19. sanjiv kamodia says:

    about aiims 2012 entrance exam forms and date thanks

  20. chiru says:

    sir i finished my 12 class and am doing long term for pmts im planning to write aiims i got 97 percent in my board exam im from ap i have wasted time till now i just have about four months time from january to april can i crack aiims

  21. aman says:

    sir i am aiming for aiims please tell me about the books to prefer and how to manage time on each subject

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      read this article https://pmtgurumantra.wordpress.com/2011/07/18/aipmt2012strategy/
      Biology – any textbook ( Trueman) /notes of your coaching institute + NCERT + both of my books (Handbook and Biology @ your fingertips) + Dinesh objective

      Note : this is the ideal combination, which I have prescribed, so if at any stage you are running out of time, you can only rely on my books along with NCERT
      Physics – comprehensive / teacher’s notes + A.K Aggarwal objective book or any other book which your teacher has specified.
      Chemistry – Pradeep textbook and P.Bahadur for objective + NCERT

      P.S. – If you have studied any other book instead of what I have mentioned then go ahead with it, no need to waste time studying from a new book.

      Refer to my book handbook of biology .It helps you in last minute revision and contains all the important and frequently asked points with 100% strike rate in any medical entrance exam. the book is available in the market. It also contains last minute revision strategy, suggestions and tips for time management in exam.. The book has 126 pages and its MR prize is Rs.100 . .you can buy the book and also tell your frns about it..in case it is not available in your city, ask the book seller to order it from Galgotia Publications and their phn no. is 0120-4235977 , 09718732278 , 0120-4204800

      now you can buy handbook of biology online at flipkart.com. click here to buy the book
      you can order the book online and pay at the time of delivery.

  22. SHUBHAM AGARWAL says:

    HOW I MANAGE MY TIME TABLE TO PREPARE FOR AIIMS/AI-PMT

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      you will have to study > 8 hours/day. atleast…and you haven’t mention whether you are in school or a dropper..if in school then don’t waste time in school and pay attention to medical entrance preparation than on school exams and school activities which are very distracting and cant go hand in hand with entrance prep. You should try to get the maximum output from your input. Don’t day dream; focus your senses on what you are studying. do read NCERTs, solve papers and follow my books in biology.
      Refer to my book handbook of biology .It helps you in last minute revision and contains all the important and frequently asked points with 100% strike rate in any medical entrance exam. the book is available in the market. It also contains last minute revision strategy, suggestions and tips for time management in exam.. The book has 126 pages and its MR prize is Rs.100 . .you can buy the book and also tell your frns about it..in case it is not available in your city, ask the book seller to order it from Galgotia Publications and their phn no. is 0120-4235977 .
      now you can buy handbook of biology online at flipkart.com. click here to buy the book
      you can order the book online and pay at the time of delivery.
      I also request you all to tell your friends about my book and help me in publicizing it.

    • arunita pal says:

      sir,i read in class 11 and i want to go for medical in future, so sir i need help from you.
      To get medical entrance how should i proceed from right now.

      • Rahul Chawla says:

        1. get the books.
        Biology – any textbook ( Trueman) /notes of your coaching institute + NCERT + both of my books (Handbook and Biology @ your fingertips) + Dinesh objective
        Till now I have written just two books and I am also working on the text book and an objective book for biology. But this would take time. So, you should buy above books. I also referred to the same books.

        Note : this is the ideal combination, which I have prescribed, so if at any stage you are running out of time, you can only rely on my books along with NCERT
        Physics – comprehensive / teacher’s notes + A.K Aggarwal objective book or any other book which your teacher has specified.
        Chemistry – Pradeep textbook and P.Bahadur for objective + NCERT

        P.S. – If you have studied any other book instead of what I have mentioned then go ahead with it, no need to waste time studying from a new book.

        2. Start studying your 11th syllabus and finish it in 4-5 months. you will have to study at least 8 hours / day.

        3. Start 12th syllabus in June and finish it by October..in November revise your 11th syllabus again. it would take a month at least. From December next year, start 12th.

        4. Keep solving past papers in the mean time..

        5. Read NCERTs and my books in Biology.

        6. Read my article https://pmtgurumantra.wordpress.com/2011/07/18/aipmt2012strategy/

        7. Opt for CBSE board in 12th class and choose that school where attendance is not a compulsion.It would save time which gets wasted in school activities.

        tell all your friends regarding my book and do buy it.

        now you can buy handbook of biology online at flipkart.com. click here to buy the book
        you can order the book online and pay at the time of delivery.

      • arunita pal says:

        one more question sir,how shal i go ahead beside my school activities for eg school based exam,projects etc.

      • Rahul Chawla says:

        no need to pay attention on school activities..they are time waste..bunk classes, sit at home and study.

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