The Combined Entrance Test of the Institute of National Importance (INI CET) was conducted today, November 14, AIIMS, New Delhi. The exam was held from 9 am to 12 pm at the January 2022 session. Admissions will be made for PG courses such as MD, MS, DM (6 years), M.Ch (6 years) and MDS at various INIs such as AIIMS, New Delhi and all new AIIMS, NIMHANS Bengaluru, PGIMER Chandigarh and SCTIMST Trivandrum. via INI CET 2022. Now that the exam is over, INI CET result 2021 coming out soon.
Various coaching institutions issue INI CET 2021 answers, keys and solutions… AIIMS, New Delhi does not release the answer key. The result of the exam was directly announced there. However, applicants can use these informal answer keys to calculate grades and predict scores.
Only these candidates will be declared qualified in INI CET Exam 2021 who will receive the minimum percentile on the entrance test. Unreserved, EWS, Sponsored / Delegated / Foreigners / OCI must achieve the 50th percentile, while candidates belonging to OBC, SC, ST, PwBD and Bhutanese citizens must achieve at least the 45th percentile.
According to the official notice, the results of the INI CET 2021 exam are to be announced on November 20, 2021. After the announcement of the results, the seat allocation process will take place. Seat allocation dates will be announced shortly. Applicants can check the score online at aiimsexams.ac.in. The result is announced in PDF format. It contains details such as list number, category, overall rating, percentile of qualified candidates.
The allocation of places for graduate students at the participating institutes should be done online. Seating is a two-round process followed by an open round. Additional rounds will be held prior to the open round if necessary. The allocation of seats will be based on the ranks received by the candidates, the choices made by the candidates and the policy of reserving individual participating institutions, as well as reserving community seats (if applicable).
INI CET 2021 for January 2022, the session was conducted in computer mode for admission to PG courses. The exam lasts 3 hours. There are 200 questions in the test. There are different types of objective type questions in the test, such as one-choice questions and multiple-choice questions.