The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi has just announced a revised schedule for the BSc Paramedical Courses Entrance Exam for the August-2023 session. The entrance exam has to be rescheduled due to unexpected circumstances. This page goes over the new timetable, exam pattern, merit lists, and other significant features of the entrance examination in great depth.
Exam Schedule Update for BSc Paramedical Entrance Exam
The following is the updated schedule for the BSc Paramedical Courses Entrance Exam:
Finalization of Centers and Allotment of Roll No./Admit Card on the website:
- Revised Schedule: 16.06.2023
- Previous Schedule: 19.05.2023
Written Test through online (CBT) mode:
- Revised Schedule: 24.06.2023
- Previous Schedule: 27.05.2023
Exam Pattern and Time Limit for BSc Paramedical Entrance Exam
The BSc Paramedical entrance exam will consist of one paper lasting 1½ hours. The paper will be divided into four sections with objective type (Multiple Choice) questions: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. Each section will include 30 questions, for a total of 120 questions.
Candidates will be able to take either the biology or mathematics portion of the exam. Each correct response will receive a +1, while each erroneous response will result in a -1/3. Unanswered or marked for review questions will not be credited. It is vital to note that multiple responses to a question will be adversely marked, and unsolved questions will receive zero marks.
Seat Allocation and Merit Lists for BSc Paramedical Entrance Exam
Separate merit lists will be generated based on the entrance examination results for the following categories: general, OBC (NCL), EWS, Scheduled Caste, and Scheduled Tribes. The disciplines will be assigned on a merit basis, and the seat allocation process will be done online. In each category, the number of candidates summoned for online seat allocation will be four times the number of available seats.
New Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is an internationally famous public medical research university and hospital in New Delhi, India. Following the AIIMS Act of 1956, it works autonomously under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The institute’s mission is to promote a high standard of medical education and to provide excellent training facilities for medical personnel.
- AIIMS intends to build a system of teaching undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all fields in order to set a benchmark for other medical schools and related institutions in India.
- AIIMS brings together educational facilities of the best caliber to teach individuals in many sectors of health activities, assuring excellence in medical education.