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ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO POST GRADUATE
MEDICAL (MD/MS/DIPLOMA) AND DENTAL (MDS) COURSES
In compliance to the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences will
conduct a competitive entrance examination on all-India basis for admission to 50% of the total number of Ministry
of Health & FW/MCI/DCI recognized/approved/permitted seats of Government Medical/ Dental Colleges for various
postgraduate courses (MD/MS/Diploma and MDS). The entrance examination will be governed by the rules and
regulations specified by the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
(I) MD/MS/PG DIPLOMA COURSES
Duration of the courses:
MD/MS: Three years from the date of admission. Candidates are eligible for admission after completion of
compulsory rotating internship.
Diploma: Two years from the date of admission after completion of compulsory rotating internship.
1. SCHEME OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION-ALL INDIA QUOTA & PARTICIPATING STATES
The scheme for selection of candidates for admission to postgraduate medical courses for admission to 50%
of total seats on all-India basis shall be applicable to all Medical/Dental Colleges/Institutions throughout the
country and no Medical/Dental College/Institution shall hereafter conduct competitive entrance examination of
its own for these seats on all-India basis, except the States of Jammu & Kashmir and Andhra Pradesh which
have been excluded by the Supreme Court from the purview of their judgments’ in this regard. Therefore, the
students having passed their MBBS examination from any Institution in these two States shall not be eligible
to participate in the All-India Competitive Entrance Examination for selection of candidates against these
seats. However, the candidates who were nominated by the Government of India to do MBBS from
Medical Colleges in Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir shall be eligible to apply for admission,
subject to submission of a bond on a Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs. 10/- to this effect. A copy of
the nomination letter must be attached with the bond.
2. ACTUAL NUMBER OF SEATS
(i) The number of seats available for the year 2012 has not been communicated by all the colleges covered
under the Scheme till the time of this Online Prospectus. The number of seats available in different colleges,
with their subject-wise break-up, shall be displayed at the venue of Personal Appearance and on web-site
(www.mohfw.nic.in) during the period of counseling by the Directorate General of Health Services.
(ii) Stipends may vary from State to State and from Institution to Institution. Some seats may be non-stipendiary.
Dte. Gen. Health Services shall not be responsible for the same.
3. CENTRES FOR EXAMINATION
(a) Appendix I shows the list of cities where examination will be conducted. The candidate shall indicate in the
Online Application Form, the city where he/she would like to appear for the examination.
(b) The centre of examination once opted will not be changed and any request for such a change will not
be entertained. Therefore, candidates should indicate their choice of centre after due care and
(I) MD/MS/PG DIPLOMA COURSES
(c) The allotment of centre/city will be done by AIIMS and will be final and binding. This may not necessarily be
that of candidate’s preference. The centre once allotted shall not be changed.
4. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
(a) The candidate must be an Indian National.
(b) A candidate, who holds M.B.B.S. degree from a recognized medical college (Appendix-III) or a foreign
medical degree included in the Schedules to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and who has obtained full
registration either from the Medical Council of India or any of the State Medical Councils after completing
compulsory rotating internship shall be eligible to take this examination.
(c) The candidates who have obtained their MBBS degree from the Medical Colleges which are not recognized
by Medical Council of India shall not be eligible.
(d) However, a candidate who, after passing the final qualifying examination (MBBS or the foreign medical
degree recognized by MCI), is undergoing 12-month compulsory rotating internship/practical training and is
likely to complete the same by 31st March, 2012 can take up this examination, but he/she shall not be
eligible for admission unless he/she has completed the compulsory rotating internship and obtained full
registration on or before 31st March, 2012 or the candidate produces a certificate from the head of Institution
that he/she will be completing internship by 31st March, 2012.
(e) No condonation of Compulsory Rotating Internship shall be accepted.
(f ) The dates indicated by candidates with regard to12 months Compulsory Rotating Resident Internship i.e.
starting date, completion date, shall be treated as final and candidates will be required to submit the original
Compulsory Rotating Resident Internship completion certificate at the time of counseling.
(g) The cut off dates for the recognition of the Medical Colleges and Dental Colleges, from where the candidates
have passed their MBBS/BDS Degree Course and completed compulsory rotatory Internship for the year
2012 will be 31st October, 2011. The Colleges recognized after this date will not considered.
(h) Registration with M.C.I./D.C.I./State Medical Council/State Dental Council is necessary and its documentary
proof should be furnished at the time of counseling.
(i) Some of the Universities are having regulations that candidates who are already pursuing the PG Course in
their University or in another University are not eligible for admission till they complete the course. The
candidate who are already pursuing PG Courses either through All India Quota or State Quota and are
applying for a seat under All India Quota may confirm the eligibility conditions of that University in this regard.
Dte. Gen. Health Services shall not be responsible if such candidates are refused for admission. Such
candidates may opt for the subject and the college at their own risk and cost.
5. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING THE ONLINE APPLICATION
Candidate should fill in the online Application Form from item No.1 onwards. Do not leave any column blank
which is marked *(asterisk)
i) Course applied for: Select name of the course for which the candidate is applying.
ii) Community: In case the candidate belongs to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/OBC (Non Creamy Layer)
select in the below community SC/ST/OBC. If the candidate does not belong to SC/ST/OBC (Non Creamy
Layer) select Others/General/UR. Community once declared in the Application Form cannot be changed
later on. The candidature of such OBC candidates who are covered under the Creamy Layer will be
considered only under General Category(i.e Others).
iii) Orthopedic Physically Handicapped (OPH): OPH candidate should select ‘Yes’ others will be select ‘No’.
Please see para No.11 for details.
iv) Sex: If male, Select ‘Male’ If female Select ‘Female’.
v) Nationality: Select the appropriate option Indian nationals should select ‘Indian’. In case the nationality is
other than Indian, select ‘Others’.
vi) Full Name: Write the name in BLOCK LETTERS as given in the records of Secondary Education Board/
vii) Fathers Name: Write your father’s name in the appropriate fields
viii) Mothers Name: Write your mother’s name in the appropriate fields
ix) Date of Birth: Select the date of birth as recorded in Secondary School Leaving Certificate or equivalent
x) State of domicile: Select State Name as indicated in Appendix II of the Prospectus
xi) Centre Choice: Check names of cities and codes in Appendix-I of the Prospectus. In case of discrepancy in the centre
choice given in codes and words, centre as allotted by the Institute will be considered as final. Changes are NOT
permitted. The allotment of centre/city will be done by AIIMS and will be final and binding. This may not
necessarily be that of candidate’s preference. The centre once allotted shall not be changed.
xii) Detail of Internship: Fill in the actual date of starting and the actual date of completion of Internship in Col. 12(a) and
12(b). If Internship has not yet been completed, fill in the probable date of completion in col. 12(b) and furnish internship
completion certificate on the back side of Registration Slip form.
xiii) Pursuing any PG Course: If you are presently pursuing any PG Degree/Diploma Course, Select ” YES “. If not,
Select option “NO”. Some of the Universities are having regulations that candidates who are already pursuing the PG
Course in their University or in another University are not eligible for admission till they complete the course. The
candidates who are already pursuing PG Courses either through All India Quota or State Quota and are applying for a
seat under All India Quota may confirm the eligibility conditions of that University in this regard. Dte. Gen. Health Services
shall not be responsible if such candidates are refused for admission.Such candidates may opt for the subject and the
college at their own risk and cost.
xiv) College from which passed MBBS/BDS: Select the state in which Institution is situated and then select the name
of college/institute. Applicant should indicate the name of University/Institution from which he/she has passed the
If college Name not in List:
How to fill application: If College Name is not in the List Select “Other” Option. Then write name of College in
What to do: If you have passed MBBS from a college located in India but name of the college is not included in the list of
recognized Medical Colleges as provided by the ME(P-II) SECTION Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.In such a case
the candidates are required to contact Asstt. Controller (Exams.), AIIMS, New Delhi alongwith a copy of Gazette
Notification issued by the Government of India, clarification given by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare or court order,
if any. Otherwise your application is liable to be rejected.”
xv) Aggregate marks in all MBBS/BDS Professional Exams: Fill in the total maximum marks, the marks
obtained in 1st+2nd+3rd (+4th, if any) professional MBBS/BDS examination and percentage of marks obtained
in the qualifying examination (i.e. aggregate marks in all MBBS/BDS Professional Exams for MD/MS/PG
xvi) Medical/Dental Registration No.: a) If you have permanent registration number, write the same in the field
prescribed. (b) If you do not have permanent registration number, write provisional registration number.
(c) Select the date of registration.(d)Select the State Medical Council you are registered with. Those registered with
Medical Council of India should select MCI.
xvii) Choice of Counseling: Select the city code A1 for Delhi, B2 for Mumbai, C3 for Kolkata and D4 for Chennai.
Select counseling city after due care and thought as no changes are permitted under any circumstances.
xviii) Write Telephone number (if any) with STD code.
xix) Write Mobile number (if any).
xx) Name & Full mailing/Communication address: Write full mailing address within the five Address lines (in
CAPITAL LETTERS),State and PIN Code fields.
xxi) Mark of Identification: Write visible mark of identification.
xxii) E-mail Address: Write E-mail address.
xxiii) Mode of Payment: Payment can be made as mentioned in Advertisement and also specified in the Help
manual available on the last pages of the prospectus
xxiv) Photograph: Upload Passport size Photograph to the correct specified field. Do not make any mistake while
uploading of photograph. Photo should be in “.jpg” format as specified in the help manual available on the
last pages of the prospectus.Application/Registration Slip without photo will be rejected
xxv) Candidate’s Signature: Upload full signature to the correct specified field. Do not make any mistake while
uploading his/her signature. Signature should be in “.jpg” format as specified in the help manual available on
the last pages of the prospectus.Application/Registration Slip without signature will be rejected.
Date Month Year
ONLINE REGISTRATION & SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM
After selecting the online registration fill in the details asked for step by step. Deposit the prescribed fee in the
designated Bank through a Challan. It will be the responsibility of the candidates to ensure that correct address in
the Application Form is filled. Incomplete Application/Registration Slip will be rejected and no communication in this
regard will be entertained. The Institute will not be responsible for any loss in transit or for incorrect address given
by the applicant in the application form.
No candidates should register more than one application.
STATUS OF REGISTRATION SLIPS RECEIVED
Acknowledgement with regard to successful Online Registration will be forwarded to applicants through SMS.
However, the status of Admit Card will be available on AIIMS web sites www.aiims.ac.in and www.aiims.edu as well
as www.aiimsexams.org after 28.12.2011. Candidates are advised to check position regarding status of
Application form on the website www.aiimsexams.org If the status of a candidate’s Admit Card is not available
on website, he/she should immediately write to the Assistant Controller of Examinations, AIIMS, New Delhi-
110608 along with full particulars of the Registration of application form.
6. METHOD OF SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
(a) A candidate seeking admission to the Entrance Examination is required to fill up online application as
specified in the prospectus.
(b) The online application/examination fee is payable through bank challan and is non-refundable and no
correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
(c) The candidate should fill in the online application form as per the detailed instructions given in the
(d) The candidate is required to go through the Prospectus carefully and acquaint himself/herself with all
requirements regarding filling in the application form.
(e) Discrepancy, if any, in the date and time of the entrance examination mentioned in the Prospectus, Admit
Card etc. should be immediately brought to the notice of the Assistant Controller of Examination, AIIMS.
Complaints received after the examination will not be entertained. In case any discrepancy is found in the
information provided in the various documents, the data provided on the Application will be considered as
final for all purposes.
(f ) Furnishing of false information or suppression of material information in the Application will entail
disqualification and shall render the candidate unfit for admission. If ineligibility is detected at any stage, the
candidature/admission will be treated as cancelled and no further correspondence in this regard will be
entertained. Further, intimation in this regard will be sent to MCI/DCI/State Medical Council/Dental Council,
concerned Medical/Dental College for necessary action.
(g) Application form/Registration Slip complete in all respects should be submitted online and NOT to be
sent to Assistant Controller of Examinations, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar,
New Delhi-110 608.
(h) Incomplete application forms will be rejected and no correspondence will be entertained by the Institute in
(i) It will be the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that correct address and E-mail ID is filled in the
(j) The candidates in employment may send their applications/registration slip directly to AIIMS. However,
they must inform their employer about applying for this examination and further, in the event any
communication from his/her Institution/Department with holding permission to his/her appearing in the
above Entrance Examination/admission to the course his/her candidature/admission may be cancelled.
(k) Since allotments of seats are made through personal appearance, candidates are not required to give
their choice of subject and college at the time of submission of application form.
(l) Candidate must not obtain or give or attempt to obtain or give irregular assistance of any kind during the
examination; this will entail expulsion and cancellation of candidature for the examination.
(m) The rules are subject to change in accordance with the decision of the Dte.G.H.S., Ministry of Health, N.D.
7. ADMIT CARDS
(a) A downloadable Admit Card will be hosted for all the eligible candidates on website
www.aiimsexams.org w.e.f. 28th December, 2011. All the candidates must take a printout of the same.
The admit card will not be sent through Postal System. No candidate will be admitted to the examination
unless he/she holds a valid Admit Card issued by the AIIMS.
(b) No candidate will be allowed to enter the Examination Hall/Venue of allotment of seats by personal
appearance without valid Admit Card in original.
(c) Candidates are advised to preserve the Admit Card till allotment of seat in College/Institute. Duplicate
Admit Card will not be issued after the examination.
8. CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION
(a) The examination will be conducted at various centers on Sunday, the 8th January, 2012 from 10.00
A.M. to 1.30 P.M.
(b) Candidates should report at the allotted centre of examination at 8.30 A.M. No. candidate will be allowed to
enter the examination hall after 9.55 A.M.
Important: Candidates are advised NOT TO BRING their own PENS to the Examination Centre as it will
be provided by the Institute to each candidate before the commencement of the examination.
(c) No candidate should carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of papers or any other material
except the Admit Card (without envelope) inside the hall. If a candidate is found to be copying/ conversing
with other candidates/to have in his/her possession papers, notes or books, he/she shall be disqualified
from taking this Examination and the next one or two such Examinations according to the nature of offence
and its intimation will be sent to the M.C.I./D.C.I./State M.C. /D.C. and the concerned Medical/Dental
College for necessary action.
(d) After distribution of Question booklet, candidates must immediately ensure that they have received
question booklet of the correct course viz. MD/MS or MDS, as applied. Subsequent representation will not
(e) Candidates shall maintain silence and attend to their papers only. Any disturbance in the examination hall
shall be deemed as misbehavior and the candidate shall forfeit the right to continue to write in the
examination. The decision of the Centre Superintendent shall be final and conclusive.
(f ) Do not carry cellular phones,pendrive, pagers, calculators etc. while coming to Examination Centre;
these are strictly prohibited in the Examination Centre.
9. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
(a) There will be one paper of 3½ hours duration containing 300 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
consisting of Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical and Clinical subjects.
(b) The questions will be single response objective type. Each answer with correct response shall be
awarded four marks. One mark will be deducted for each wrong response. Zero mark will be given for the
questions not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect
response and will be negatively marked.
(c) The tentative number of questions from each subject will be as given below:
Anatomy (15), Physiology (15), Biochemistry (15), Pharmacology (20), Pathology (25), Microbiology (20),
Forensic Medicine (10) Social and Preventive Medicine (25), Medicine Dermatology and Venerelogy (37),
Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics & Anesthesia (46), Pediatrics (15), Obstetrics and Gynecology (20),
Radiodiagonosis and Radiotherapy (12), Biophysics (5), Ophthalmology (10), Psychiatry (10).
(d) The examination will be conducted in English medium only.
10. DECLARATION OF RESULTS
(i) The result of successful candidates with their rank numbers is expected to be declared by the 15th Feb.,
2012 and will be displayed on the notice board of Examination Section, AIIMS. It will be available on the
internet at www. aiimsexams.org It will also be published in prominent newspapers of the country.
(ii) The candidates who figure in the merit are required to download the Rank Letter from website
www.aiimsexams.org as the rank letter will not be sent through postal service.
(iii) A downloadable Rank Letter will be hosted on website www.aiimsexaminations.org only two days before
the commencement of counseling. It will be the responsibility of candidate to download the rank letter
before the counseling.
(iv) The Institute will not intimate the individual unsuccessful candidates regarding the result of entrance test
and no correspondence on this subject will be entertained. However, the marks of individual candidate will
be available on AIIMS website on completion of the admission process.
(v) There is no provision for rechecking/re-evaluation of the answer sheets and no query in this regard
will be entertained.
11. MERIT LIST
(a) The merit list will consist of number of candidates equal to number of seats available for allotment.
Candidates securing less than 50% marks (40% in case of SC/ST/OBC and 45% in case of PH candidates)
in the Entrance Examination will not be considered for admission and their names will not be included in
the merit list. A waiting list containing 40 percent of the merit list will also be declared from amongst the
successful candidates who have secured not less than 50 percent marks in the competitive examination
(40% in case of SC/ST/OBC and 45% in case of PH candidates) As per the directions of the Hon’ble
Supreme Court dated 31.1.2007 in Writ Petition (Civil) No(s) 138 of 2006 (Abhay Nath & Ors. Vs University
of Delhi & Ors.) There is 15% reservation for SC candidates and 7.5% for ST candidates from the
Academic year 2007 onwards in 50%. All India PG Quota Seats.
In Pursuance of the Hon’ble Supreme Court Order dated 10.04.2008 and according to detailed instructions
of the Ministry of Human Resource Development vide their O.M. No.1-1/2005-UI A/847 dated 20th April,
2008 Ministry of Health & FW has decided to implement OBC reservation in All India Quota in phased
manner on the pro-rata basis in respect of seats being contributed to the All India Quota by the Central
Education Institutions only from the academic year 2009. There is 3% horizontal reservation for Physically
Challenged persons also (only for locomotory disabilities of lower limbs between 50% to 70% Provided that
in case any seat in this 3% quota remains unfilled on account of unavailability of candidates with
locomotory disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% then any such unfilled seat in this 3% quota shall
be filled up by persons with locomotory disability of lower limbs between 40% to 50% before they are
included in the seats of respective category) in 50% All India PG Quota seats. Detailed information in this
regard is available on the website of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (www.mohfw.nic.in).
(b) In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the competitive entrance examination,
their inter se merit will be determined in order of preference as under:
(i) Candidate scoring less negative marks.
(ii) According to age, older will get preference over younger.
12. ALLOTMENT OF SEATS BY PERSONAL APPEARANCE (COUNSELLING)
(a) The allotment of seats shall be made to the candidates through personal appearance as per 3200 Point
Reservation Roster and they will be called in batches in the order of merit as per Time Schedule for 1st
Round of Counseling. The “Time Schedule” for 1st Round of Counseling will be hosted on the website on
the website i.e. www.mohfw.nic.in after declaration of the result. The ‘Time Schedule’ for 2nd Round of
counseling will be also hosted later on at the said website after completion of 1st Round of Counseling. The
counseling shall only be done according to the Category Rank (UR/SC/ST/PH) and not by the
Overall Rank. No separate intimation regarding counseling (allotment by personal appearance) will be
sent. Therefore, all the successful candidates are directed to be in touch with the websites of the
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and All India Institutes of Medical Sciences till the date of
completion of the admission process for PG Courses, fixed by the ‘Medical Council of India’.
SC/ST/PH candidates should report 3 counseling days in advance to their scheduled date of counseling at
their concerned counseling venue but not before the date of commencing of counseling i.e. first day of
counseling. Those who have reported in advance may or may not get the seat allotted on the same day. If
they do not get the seats allotted on the same day, they will be allotted the seats on the following day or
dates or as mentioned in the schedule. Hence, they should make their own arrangements at least for 2-3
days stay nearby their concerned counseling city/centre.
There may be chances that because of more absentees in the unreserved category, some of the reserved
category candidates may have to come even on the next day of their counselling date mentioned in the
Prospectus. If SC and ST candidate fails to report in advance he/she will be marked absent and will
not be considered for the counselling even on the specified date as mentioned in the counselling
schedule.. There may be a possibility that on the last day of 1st round of counselling SC & ST candidates
may not be available. In this situation, 3200 Reservation Roster can not be filled, as a result Dte. Gen.
Health Services will not be able to allot the seats even to UR category candidates. These UR candidates
will be considered for allotment of seats in the 2nd round of counselling at their rank.
(b) The candidate appearing for allotment by personal appearance should bring the following documents in
original along with an attested copy of the documents :-
(i) Admit Card issued by AIIMS.
(ii) Rank letter issued by AIIMS.
(iii) Mark Sheets of MBBS/BDS 1st, 2nd and 3rd Professional Examinations.
(iv) MBBS/BDS Degree Certificate.
(v) Internship Completion Certificate/Certificate from the Head of Institution or College that the
candidate will be completing the Internship by 31st March, 2012.
(vi) Permanent/Provisional Registration Certificate issued by MCI or DCI/State Medical or Dental
(vii) High School/Higher Secondary Certificate/Birth Certificate in proof of date or birth.
(viii) The Candidate should also bring the following certificate, if applicable :
(a) SC/ST Certificate issued by the competent authority and should be in English or Hindi in
language. Sub caste should be clearly mentioned in the certificate.
(b) OBC certificate issued by the competent authority. The sub-caste should tally with the
Central List of OBC. The OBC candidates should not belong to Creamy Layer. The OBC
certificate must be in the format as mentioned in Appendix V.
(c) Orthopedic Physical Disability Certificate issued from a duly constituted and authorized
Medical Boards. (Please see para 14 for details) No other PH certificate, issued by any
other Authorities/Hospital will be entertained.
Note: Provisional certificate of MBBS/BDS Degree is permissible for those candidates who had passed
the MBBS/BDS course in the year 2011 only.
Candidates without original certificates/documents shall not be allowed to participate in the
counselling at all. Candidates who have deposited their original documents with the Institutes/
Colleges/Universities and come for counselling with a certificate stating that “their original
certificates are deposited with the Institute/Colleges/University” will not be allowed to participate in
(c) The number of seats for allotment, as intimated by respective college/Institute, shall be displayed at the
counselling venues and will be updated on day to day basis. Information in this regard may also be
available on Ministry of Health & F.W.’s website www.mohfw.nic.in.
(d) The candidates will have the right to choose any one of the available seats at his/her rank and the same
will be allotted to them. However, some of the seats earmarked for OBC candidates only and in the
NEIGRIHMS, Shillong there is no reservation for SC/ST/OBC as NEIGRIHMS, Shillong is declared as
Centre of Excellence by the ‘Central Education Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2006’.
(e) In case of dire-emergency (i.e. Hospital admission/Accident/Mis-happening) if the candidate is unable to
appear in person on the notified date for personal appearance, he/she can send his/her authorized
representative with an undertaking, authority-letter for allotment (performas for the said undertaking and
authority letter are given at Appendix VI to VIII) alongwith requisite original documents and the medicalcertificate
isssued by the Government Hospital only. The allotment made to the authorized representative
shall be binding on the candidate. Only blood relative/spouce shall represent as an authorized
representative for candidate.
Authentic proof/certificate of his/her hospitalization/mis-happening from the Govt. Hospital only
should also bring along with the Original document. Original allotment letter will be issued to the
authorized representative only after when he/she will come along with the candidate. No certificate
from private hospitals will be entertained.
(f ) The mere fact that a candidate has appeared for allotment on a notified date does not mean that the
allotment will be made to him/her, as the same shall depend upon the availability of a seat at his/her rank
and the choices exercised by the candidates
(g) Allotment letter will be issued on the same day of counselling after the conclusion of the particular
session itself to the candidate only.
(h) Stipends/fee structure/course duration/bond amount/rendering of service in rual/tribal area/other
conditionalities etc. may vary from State to State and Institute to Institute. Some seats may be approved
but not yet recognised by MCI or non-stipendiary. The allotment made through counselling on personal
appearance will be firm and final as per Hon’ble Supreme Court’s guidelines. Therefore, the candidates
should well examine these points before opting a seat at a medical college. The Directorate General of
Health Services (Dte. GHS) shall neither be responsible nor shall entertain any case on above grounds
including the law and order problems, if any.
Note : With regard to Delhi, placement of candidates will be made by the Dean, Faculty of Medical
Sciences, University of Delhi to various Medical Colleges & Hospitals except PGIMER, Dr. RML
Hospital and VMMC & S.J. Hospital, which are under GGSIP University situated in Delhi as per
College/Hospital wise allotment made by Directorate General of Health Services.
(i) There shall be two rounds of allotment by personal appearance :
(a) First round of allotment from 23/02/2012 to 17/03/2012 covering ranks from 1 to last rank of merit list
(b) Second round of allotment is likely to be held from 22/04/2012 onwards.
(c) In the second round of allotment the candidates who had been allotted a seat in the 1st round and
had joined the allotted college will be permitted for change of college/course in order of merit. The
candidates who were absent or rejected or not joined or resigned after joining the seat allotted in the
1st round of counselling will not be eligible to participate in the 2nd round of counselling. The
following candidates will be ELIGIBLE for consideration :-
(i) The candidates who have been allotted seats in the first round of allotment and have joined the
allotted colleges may come for reallocation in the 2nd round of counselling, if interested. They
must bring their Undertaking Form (Appendix-VIII) with them for reallocation duly signed by
the Principal/Dean of the allotted college at the time of 2nd round of counselling.
(ii) Application duly forwarded by any person other than Dean/Principal will be summarily rejected.
In case of officiating Dean/Principal, the applications should be countersigned by the Head of
the Administration of the Institution.
(iii) The candidate who comes for re-allocation has to complete the above formalities failing which
he/she shall not be considered for re-allocation. On re-allocation, the allotment made earlier
shall stand automatically cancelled with immediate effect and the candidate shall have
no claim whatsoever on the earlier allotment. In case he/she does not opt for reallocation
due to any reason, his/her original seat will not be disturbed.
(iv) Candidates for re-allocation must bring the undertaking form for re-allocation, admission slip
and admission fee receipts in original as a proof of admission to the earlier allotted college
along with a photocopy of Admit Card duly attested by a Gazetted Officer.
(v) No candidate will surrender his/her previous allotted seat without opting the new seat during
the 2nd Round of counselling. Such candidate should surrender his/her seat in the college.
(j) Each candidate shall be given 15 days time or the time as mentioned in the allotment letter, issued to
him/her on the date of personal appearance, to join the allotted college and course. There is no provision of
extension of joining date under any circumstances. The allotment made will be firm and final. Change of
subject/college from one place to another is not permitted. Therefore, request for the same would not be
entertained by the Directorate General of Health Services after the allotment.
(k) The candidates, who do not appear on notified date or who reject the available seat at their rank or who do
not join the college by the last date of joining mentioned in the allotment letter, shall forfeit the claim for a
seat under All India Quota. All the seats remaining vacant after the allotment of 2nd round of counselling or
falling vacant thereafter, shall be deemed to have been surrendered back to the respective States.
Candidates who have taken admission in the allotted college must join their courses on the notified date. If
they fail to join on or before the notified date they shall forfeit the claim for a seat under 50% All India Quota
(l) Candidates who have been admitted must join their courses on the date to be notified after admission. If
they do not join, they shall forfeit all their claims for a seat, under All India Quota 2012.
(m) If any candidate, after joining, discontinues the PG course, or his/her admission is cancelled by the
Institution for any reason, he/she shall forfeit the claim for a seat under the All India Quota 2012.
(n) While reporting for admission, please carry all the relevant certificates/documents in original. These original
documents may be kept with the Institution till completion of the course.
(o) In the matter of allocation/admission of candidates to respective Medical College/Institution, the decision
of the Directorate General of Health Services shall be final.
(p) All disputes pertaining to conduct of examination by the AIIMS and allocation of seats in various
subjects and colleges by the Directorate General of Health Services shall fall within the jurisdiction
of Delhi only.
(q) No oral enquiry would be entertained by the Directorate. Candidates are requested to communicate in
writing. They must take special care to indicate their rank number, roll number, name and postal address in
their letters. They should also sign the same.
(r) Canvassing directly or indirectly for the allotment of seats or adjustments thereafter would disqualify the
candidate for admission on the basis of this examination. Influencing the staff by unfair means would lead
to serious consequences for all concerned. The candidates or their relatives visiting Nirman Bhavan, New
Delhi for seeking change of the allotment would face disqualification, since such visits would be treated as
(s) The Directorate is not obliged to enter into any correspondence with the candidate, unless it is considered
13. COUNSELLING VENUES :
From the year 2009 Directorate General of Health Services has decided to hold muti-city counselling by personal
appearance through Video-conferencing tentatively from the following centres with the main counselling venue at
CHEB Building, opposite Mata Sundri College for Woman, Kotla Road (Near ITO), New Delhi.
1. AII India Institute of Hygine & Public Health, 110, C.R. Avenue, Kolkata, West Bengal.
2. National Institute of Sidha, Tambraram Santorium, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
3. All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Haji Ali, K. Khadye Marg, Mahalaxmi,
Therefore, candidates are requested to indicate their counselling venue at the appropriate place of the application
form. Counselling will be strictly done at the venue as opted by the candidate in his/her application form. No
change in the venue of counselling will be allowed under any circumstances.
14. GUIDELILNES FOR PH CANDIDATES
The qualified locomotor disabled candidates should get themselves certified at one of the under mentioned
Disability Assessment Boards, constituted at the four metro-cities, before their scheduled date of counseling:
1. Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjang Hospital, Ansari Nagar,(Ring Road), New Delhi-110029
2. All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hazi Ali, Park, K.Khadya Marg, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai-
3. Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, 244 Archarya J.C. Bose Marg, Kolkata-700 020.
4. Madras Medical College, Park Town, Chennai-600003.
The Locomotor Disabled (LD) candidates are required to bring their treatment papers related to their disability,
including the investigation reports at the time of reporting to the above mentioned designed institute to such
disability certificate. The candidates are advised to obtain prescribed certificate before the date of counseling.
If during the counseling, it is found that candidates appearing in the counseling indulged in any case of
impersonation i.e. not matching the photographs/signature/documents of candidates etc. he/she will be handed
over to the Police and the cases will be dealt as per the Indian Penal Code in this matter and if required, the
cases will be handed over to CBI for further investigation.
Such candidates will be debarred permanently from taking All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance
Examination in future.
(II) MDS COURSES
(II) MDS COURSES
The general principles as enunciated for postgraduate medical courses (MD/MS) in Part (I) shall mutatis
mutandis apply for the competitive entrance examination for admission to postgraduate dental courses
1. DURATION OF THE COURSE : 2 years (See foot-note below Appendix X).
2. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
(a) The candidate must be an Indian National.
(b) A candidate who holds BDS degree from a Dental College recognised by the Dental Council of India
and who has obtained full registration either from the Dental Council of India or any of the State Dental
Councils after passing the final BDS examination and has completed one year (12 months) Compulsory
Rotating Internship in an approved/recognised Dental College shall be eligible.
(c) The condition of one year Compulsory Rotating Internship is not applicable to those candidate who had
passed their final BDS Examination on or before 1988 and hold a BDS Degree from a Dental College
recognised by the Dental Council of India and have obtained full registration from Dental Council of India.
(d) No condonation of Internship of 12 months period shall be accepted.
3. COMPETITIVE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
The syllabus for the competitive entrance examination for admission to the MDS courses shall be that of
BDS standard and shall cover all the subjects taught during the BDS course. There will be only one paper
of 3 hours duration (10.00 A.M. to 01.00 P.M.) containing 200 MCQs. The approximate distribution is as
General and Oral Human Anatomy, General Human Physiology and Biochemistry, Dental Material, General
and Oral Pathology and Microbiology, General and Dental Pharmacoloy 100 MCQs and Therapeutics,
General Medicine, General Surgery, Preventive and Community Medicine Prosthodontics and Crown &
Bridge, Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics, Pedodontics, Oral Surgery, Periodontics,
Orthodontics, Oral Medicine (Oral Diagnosis) 100 MCQs and Radiology.
4. This Scheme shall be applicable to the dental college included in Appendix IX. These dental colleges shall
not hereafter conduct competitive entrance examination of their own for these MDS seats on All-India
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