How to get the AIPGMEE Exam Admit Card?
- It will be made available to candidates from 28th December 2019 onwards through online mode.
- Candidates should take the printout of their admit cards from the official website by downloading and paste a photograph on it. While coming to the examination centre, they must bring it along with any valid photo ID proof.
- Candidates should bear in mind that they must bring admit cards to the examination centre. Without it, they will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.
Result/ Merit List/ Cut Off
The AIPGMEE result was announced on 30th January 2020. Candidates were provided with the facility to download the score cards from 3rd to 8th February 2020. The merit list for the qualified candidates was released on 18th February 2020. Result, score card, and merit list were released online at the official website.
For getting admission into PG courses, General category candidates have to obtain at least 50%. GEN-PH candidates have to score 40% marks and SC/ST/OBC/SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH have to score 40% marks.
Candidates who make it to the merit list are allowed to appear for the counseling process as per their ranks. Candidates must fill the choices for course and colleges and submit the same for the seat allotment process. Seats will be allotted as per the rank, preference filled by candidates, and seat availability.
Documents to be brought at the time of counselling
- 10th mark sheet and its certificate
- 12th mark sheet and its certificate
- Category certificates (if needed)
- Graduation mark sheet and its certificate
- Transfer certificates
- Latest passport size photographs
- AIPGMEE 2020 Admit Card and Rank Card
- Counselling call letter
Important points to bear in mind
- NBE (National Board of Examinations) will conduct the AIPGMEE 2020 exam.
- The process of registration will be carried out through online mode only.
- Candidates are not allowed to apply through offline mode for this examination.
- If candidates fail to take the examination then under this case, their fees will not be refunded. (AIPGMEE)
- Candidates are allowed to make corrections in case they made any mistakes while filling the form, by logging back to the official website of AIPGMEE.
- The application forms were made available in November 2019.
- Candidates will be allowed to take an exam on a pre-assigned workstation, in the testing centre.
- There will be 300 questions in the question paper.
- There is negative marking in this examination.
- There will be multiple choice questions in the paper.
AIPGMEE - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
AIPGMEE has been replaced by NEET PG. The exam is conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE). Here are the FAQs related to the exam:
What is the date for filling the application form of AIPGMEE 2020?
The application process has started from 1st November 2019.
How will the exam be conducted—offline mode or online mode?
I have done an MBBS course from a college in Nepal, but I do not have Indian nationality. Am I eligible for this exam?
No, not at all! Only those candidates can take these exams, who have Indian nationality.
In which language will AIPGMEE be conducted?
Is there a maximum age limit for taking this exam?
No, there is no such maximum age limit for candidates taking this exam.
How many questions will be there in the exam?
There will be 300 questions and the duration of the exam will be three hours 30 minutes.
Is there negative marking in this exam?
Yes, there is negative marking. 1 mark will be deducted for incorrect response.
NEET PG has replaced the AIPGMEE examination. Here are the frequently asked questions related to the exam. The online test was held in January 2020.