Announcement: All India Institute of Medical Sciences has declared the AIIMS PG 2019 results for AIIMS Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur & Rishikesh. Scroll Down to Check AIIMS PG Results.
Result Date: The Result will be available from 26th November 2018 on the official website which will be declared by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
Scorecard: The scorecard is uploaded on the AIIMS official website. Applicants have to take the printout of the scorecard for their future use.
Merit List: AIIMS, New Delhi is responsible for publishing the merit list on its official website. AIIMS separately prepares the two types of merit list i.e. overall rank wise and roll number wise.
Cut-off: Cut-off marks are the minimum marks that are required by the candidate to appear in the merit list and shortlisted for counselling. The cut-off marks will be decided by the examination authority of AIIMS, New Delhi. Different categories have different cut-off scores.
Visit the official website of AIIMS i.e. www.aiimsexams.org.
Search for the result option of AIIMS PG 2019
Click on the result notification.
Students will be redirected to another page.
Candidates have to find their Roll Number from the results pdf sheet.
Students are advised to download the result pdf and take the printout of it for their future use.
In accordance with a decision of the Governing Body, AIIMS dated 14 September 2013, the minimum cut-off necessary in the Entrance Examination to determine eligibility for admission is 50th Percentile.
Percentile scores are scores based on the relative performance of all those who appear for the examination Basically the marks obtained are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each group of examinees.
The Percentile Score indicates the percentage of candidates that have scored Equal to or Below that particular Percentile in that examination.
The highest score is converted to a Percentile score of 100.
The marks obtained in between the highest and lowest scores are also converted to appropriate Percentiles
The Percentile Scores would be converted to 3 decimal places to avoid bunching effect and therefore reduce ties.
The following is a further explanation of the interpretation of the scores in an examination with 100 candidates:
If candidate A‟s Percentile score is 100, it indicates that amongst those who have taken the examination, 100% have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN the candidate A. It also indicates that no candidate has scored more than candidate A.
If candidate B‟s Percentile score is 90, it indicates that 90% of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate B. It also indicates that remaining candidates have scored more than candidate B.
If candidate C‟s Percentile score is 50, it indicates that 50% of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate C. It also indicates that remaining half of those who took the examination have scored more than candidate C.
If candidate D‟s Percentile score is 30, it indicates that 30% of the candidates who have taken the examination have scored either EQUAL TO OR LESS than candidate D. It also indicates that remaining have scored more than candidate D.
Method for Resolving Ties
The overall merit/ ranking shall be based on the Percentile scores. The method adopted for breaking ties (similar Percentiles) shall be:
Candidates obtaining higher aggregate marks in all the MBBS/BDS Professional Examinations shall be placed higher than candidates with lower aggregate marks in MBBS/BDS Professional Examinations.
In case there is still a tie, after step above, according to age (Date of birth), the older candidate shall get preference over the younger one.
AIIMS, New Delhi is responsible for publishing the merit list on its official website. AIIMS separately prepares the two types of merit list i.e. overall rank wise and roll number wise. A merit list will be prepared according to the marks secured by the candidate in the entrance exam. Students having their name in the merit list will be called for counselling.
Following is the explanation of both types of merit list:
Overall Merit List: The overall merit list contains the name of the candidate, overall rank and secured total percentile of the candidate.
Roll Number Wise Merit List: AIIMS has also released the roll number wise merit list which contains the name of the candidates, roll number, and the candidate’s secured total percentile.
The merit list will be prepared based on the following criteria:
The candidates who have scored higher aggregate marks in the PG examination will rank higher than the candidates who scored lower aggregate marks in the PG examination
If there is still a tie after comparison of PG examination marks, then the students who are senior in age will be ranked higher than the student who is junior in age
Where can I check for the AIIMS 2017 results?
You can check the AIIMS PG 2017 results on the official website of AIIMS PG examination with the help of you roll number and password generated at the time of registration.