All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (AIIMS New Delhi) invites online applications for Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INI-CET) January 2021 for admission to PG medical courses of AIIMS New Delhi, JIPMER Puducherry, NIMHANS Bengaluru & PGIMER Chandigarh and seven other AIIMS Bhopal, AIIMS Bhubaneswar, AIIMS Jodhpur, AIIMS Nagpur, AIIMS Patna, AIIMS Raipur & AIIMS Rishikesh for January 2021 session. The INI-CET shall be conducted on 20 Nov 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon.
The Basic Registration has commenced from 29 Sep to 12 Oct 2020 (for all applicants who have applied earlier and whose Basic Registration have been ACCEPTED for January 2019, July 2019, January 2020 and July 2020 session for AIIMS, are not required to complete Basic Registration again. They will have to complete Final Registration only after Generation of Code) along with the Editing of Basic Registration from from 29 Sep 2020 to 12 Oct 2020.
Registered candidates can check the Status of Basic Registration from 14 Oct 2020 to 17 Oct 2020 and do the correction of rejected Images if any. The Final Status of Accepted Basic Registration will be available on 19 Oct 2020 by 5:00 PM. The Prospectus including eligibility criteria along with seat position of Sponsored and Foreign National candidates will be made available on 6 Oct 2020.
The process of Generation of Registration Unique Code (RUC) (only for Accepted Basic Registration candidates - Previous RUC code not valid for January 2021 session), Final Registration (only for the candidates those have generated RUC code), Editing of Basic & Final Registration (change of category and city choice will not be allowed after payment of registration fee in any circumstance), Uploading of valid Certificate for PWBD, OBC(NCL), EWS and Sponsored certificate only will start from 6 Oct 2020 to 26 Oct 2020.
The candidates can check the status of Final Registration and submit required documents from 3 Nov 2020 to 6 Nov 2020. The Final Status of Final Registration and uploading of admit card on AIIMS website will be on 10 Nov 2020.
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