"The schedule for INI CET 2022 counselling will be released soon by AIIMS, New Delhi. Check out the registration process for counselling here."
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, has issued an official notice regarding the INI CET 2022 counselling. According to the circular, the institute will release the counselling schedule soon on their official website, aiimsexams.ac.in. Earlier, the authorities released the result on May 14 as a merit list.
AIIMS will hold four rounds of INI CET 2022 counselling, including a mop-up round. The administration will select the most qualified candidates for admission to AIIMS, NIMHANS, PGI Chandigarh, and SCTIMST Thiruvananthapuram through the counselling session. The institute is offering 872 seats for Doctor of Medicine (MD), Master of Surgery (MS), Master of Dental Surgery (MDS), Doctorate of Medicine (DM), and Master of Chirurgiae (MCh) this year.
The Process to Register for INI CET 2022 Counselling
The process for registering for the counselling process is detailed ahead:
- Go to aiimsexams.ac.in.
- Enter your registration ID, Registration Unique Code (RUC), password, and captcha code to sign in.
- Then fill out the form with personal and academic information, INI-CET exam, internship, NMC/SMC registration contact information, and other details.
- Finally, double-check the information provided. The applicant will later receive the link on their mobile number and email address that they have provided.
Filling and Finalizing Choices
During the counselling process, registered candidates must list their preferred colleges and specializations in priority order. Some important points regarding the process are given ahead:
- There is no limit to the number of options selected for the process.
- The institute will provide admission will be granted based on the applicant’s choices, INI CET rank, seat availability, and reservation. Aspirants are advised to fill out the options carefully.
- Candidates must lock their choices after selecting a course and college. If a candidate fails to do the same, the system automatically locks the chosen programs and colleges on the last date.