Medical aspirants who are eagerly waiting for the open counseling of AIIMS MBSS has to wait no more as AIIMS MBBS counseling process as open counseling will take place from September 27th. The other rounds of counseling for AIIMS MBBS seat allotment has already been completed.
Candidates who were not present at the second round of counseling and were called by counseling committee stands non-eligible candidates for third round of counselling. Aspirants should carry all the necessary documents at the time of counseling to complete the smooth operation of process. If a candidate fails to bring original certificate/documents, he/she will be declared not eligible for participating in AIIMS MBBS seat allotment process. Open counseling for AIIMS MBBS will take place from September 27th, 2016.
AIIMS MBBS is conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi for filling up around 672 MBBS seats in 7 institutions. The basic eligibility to appear for AIIMS MBBS is that the candidate should be class 12th pass. This year exam was conducted on May 6 & May 7, 2016.
Key Points for AIIMS MBBS Counseling
Shortlisted candidates will be called for counselling
It will be held at AIIMS, New Delhi
All the details related to counselling can be checked on website
Aspirants who has been declared eligible for the counselling, is required to follow the below mentioned steps for AIIMS MBBS Counselling Registration. The students called for counseling have to report at the venue along with following documents/certificates in original:
Proof of Date of Birth – Matriculation/High School Certificate, Birth Certificate issued by local Municipal Corporation office indicating name and date of birth of the candidate.
Certificate/Mark sheet from the board from which the candidate passed the 10+2 or equivalent examination and secured 60% marks (for UR and OBC candidates) or above in aggregate in the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry (organic and inorganic) and Biology (Botany and Zoology). In case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates, should have secured 50% marks or above in aggregate in the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry (organic and inorganic) and Biology (Botany and Zoology).
Migration Certificate from the University/ Institute last attended
Aspirants are required to submit caste certificate in the prescribed form as mentioned in the prospectus proving that candidates belong to SC/ST/OBC/OPH category (applicable only if you have claimed in the application that belong to a SC/ST/OBC/OPH category). (*OBC certificate should be valid for central government jobs/Central government institutions only, otherwise claim for OBC reservation will not be considered).
Current passport size photograph (front pose) 6 copies.
Candidate needs to carry one set of self-attested copies of all the certificates.
AIIMS seat allotment process will take place for filling up the vacant seats after the counseling process. Seat allotment is the process which is done after counselling process. For this process, each candidate will be allotted seat in the basis of merit list. To give you a clear idea on AIIMS MBBS seat allotment process, we have listed some pointers, which should be taken into consideration at the time of counselling:
The first step in the counseling process includes, seats to be filled by open (UR) competition, which will be filled up first, wherein the candidates would be called for counseling based on merit alone irrespective of whether they belong to UR, SC, ST, or OBC.
Then the counseling for reserved category seat (which will also be strictly by merit) would commence only after filling up of all the unreserved seats (i.e. open category seats).
The reservation categories like SC/ST/OBC candidates will be counseled to fill up the seats earmarked for them in their respective categories. During this process, if a candidate belonging to reserved categories who had taken admission under open competition, opts for other institution of his/her choice for which he or she would be eligible as per the rules of reservation, the seat vacated by him or her in open competition shall be filled with a candidate from the same reservation category only, in order of merit.
If a meritorious reserved category candidate such as SC/ST/OBC gets a seat in any institution under the unreserved category and if he/she opts different institution under reserved category of his/her choice the resultant vacated unreserved seat shall be allotted to same category candidate in order of merit. i.e. the vacated seat of meritorious reserved category would be immediately added to the seats available under that reserved category in the institute he/she had opted during counseling for UR seat.
During the open selection, if any ST seat remains vacant (after calling all eligible candidates of ST category) then these vacant seats will be transferred to SC category and vice-versa. Any SC/ST seats which remain vacant (after calling all eligible candidates of SC/ST category) shall be made available to the general category. Similarly, in case the OBC seats remain vacant after calling all eligible candidates of OBC category, then these vacant seats shall be made available to the general category candidates.