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AIIMS Raipur PhD Program Admission 2019 July session, Dates, Eligibility, Application

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AIIMS Raipur announces Admission to PhD Program for July 2019 Session

AIIMS Raipur PhD Admission 2019 – The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur invites online applications for Entrance Examination for admission in PhD Program for July 2019 Session

 

No. of Seat

  • PhD in Nuclear Medicine: 2
  • PhD in Physiology: 2

 

See: PHD Admission 2019

 

AIIMS Raipur PhD Admission 2019 Important Dates

  • Last date for submission of online application: 25th June 2019.
  • Admit Cards on AIIMS Raipur website (www.aiimsraipur.edu.in) for downloading: 1st July 2019
  • Date of Exam (Written Examination): 10th July 2019 (11 AM to 12.30 PM)
  • Practical/Viva: 11th July 2019 (10 AM onwards)
  • Exam Centre Location: AIIMS Raipur

 

Eligibilities Criteria for AIIMS Raipur PhD Admission 2019

A candidate must possess at least one of the following qualifications:

  • Medical Qualification: MBBS/BDS with minimum 55% aggregate marks or MD/MS/MDS/DM/M.Ch in the subject concerned or Diplomate of National Board of Examination.
  • Candidates who have obtained any of these degrees from medical colleges which are not recognized by the Medical Council of India shall not be eligible to apply.
  • Nursing Qualification: Candidates holding M.Sc. degree with minimum 55% aggregate marks in Nursing Speciality will also be eligible for Ph.D. admission in College of Nursing.
  • Non-Medical: For non-medical candidates eligibility shall be Master’s Degree (two years course) awarded by Indian University or equivalent in the subject as per requirement of the project. Candidates holding M.Sc. (Other than M.Sc. Nursing) M Tech degree & BAMS will be eligible for the Non-Medical
  • Candidates having eligibility under non-medical category should have at least 60% marks in the last eligibility examination qualified.

 

Desired qualifications

  • The non-medical candidates should have preferably qualified in any one of the following national entrance tests in the last 2 years:
  • Joint CSIR-UGC NET for JRF
  • ICMR – JRF
  • ICMR- SRF
  • DBT – JRF
  • DBT – SRF
  • NBHM screening test
  • Graduate aptitude test (GATE)
  • INSPIRE fellowship
  • UGC – JRF
  • UGC – SRF
  • CSIR – JRF
  • CSIR – SRF
  • DST – JRF
  • DST – SRF

 

Note:

  • Candidates who have qualified in above said examinations leading to award of fellowships will be given special weightage in the entrance examination as detailed in method of selection part of guidelines.
  • The candidates who are likely to complete requisite qualification and degree by 31st July 2019 may also apply. However, the candidates who are completing their requisite qualification after 31st July 2019 are not eligible to take up this examination

 

See: Latest Entrance Exam Notification

 

Selection Procedure

  • Selection for Ph.D. registration will be through a three-stage performance evaluation as under:

 

Medical/Dental/Nursing candidates

  • Stage I: 30 Marks (30 MCQs of 1 Mark each): Aptitude related MCQs covering English (Written and verbal skills), Biostatistics, Research Methodology, Cell Biology, Lab Technology etc.
  • Stage II: 40 Marks (40 MCQs of 1 Mark each): Subject related theory based comprising Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of MD/MS/MDS/M.Sc. Entrance level.
  • Total Marks (Stage I + II): 70 (30+40)
  • Total Duration (Stage I + II): 90 Minutes
  • Syllabus for Physiology: PG Entrance and MBBS Level
  • Syllabus for Nuclear Medicine: Subject related Analysis, Radiopharmacy, Radio Diagnosis, Conventional and Advanced Nuclear Medicine
  • Candidates must score at least 35 marks in stages I and II (combined) to be eligible for stage III. Candidates who do not fulfil the criteria to qualify for stage III will not be eligible for selection.
  • The Special Weightage of 10 marks will be added to the total score of Stages I and II for candidates who fulfill both the following criteria: (1) they are eligible for stage III; and (2) they also hold a Medical Degree (MBBS/ BDS/ MDS/ DNB/MD/MS/ DM/ M.Ch.) or M.Sc. (Nursing) or equivalent.
  • Stage III: From the list detailed in section (B) above, 3 times as many candidates as the number of seats advertised will be called for departmental clinical/practical/lab based assessment (carrying 20 marks). These marks will be added to the marks of stages I + II + special weightage to determine the final merit.

 

Non-Medical candidates

  • Stage I: 30 Marks (30 MCQs of 1 Mark each): Aptitude related MCQs covering English (Written and verbal skills), Biostatistics, Research Methodology, Cell Biology, Lab Technology etc.
  • Stage II: 40 Marks (40 MCQs of 1 Mark each): Subject related theory based comprising Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of MD/MS/MDS/M.Sc. Entrance level.
  • Total Marks (Stage I + II): 70 (30+40)
  • Total Duration (Stage I + II): 90 Minutes
  • Syllabus for Physiology: PG Entrance and MBBS Level
  • Syllabus for Nuclear Medicine: Subject related Analysis, Radiopharmacy, Radio Diagnosis, Conventional and Advanced Nuclear Medicine
  • Candidates must score at least 35 marks in stages I and II (combined) to be eligible for stage III. Candidates who do not fulfil the criteria to qualify for stage III will not be eligible for selection.
  • The Special Weightage 10 marks will be added to the total score of Stages I and II for candidates who fulfil both the following criteria: (1) they are eligible for stage III; and (2) they also have qualified in any one of the following entrance tests in the last 2 years: Joint CSIR-UGC NET for JRF, ICMR-JRF, ICMR-SRF, DBT-JRF, DBT-SRF, NBHM screening test, Graduate aptitude test (GATE), INSPIRE fellowship, UGC-JRF, UGC-SRF, CSIR-JRF, CSIR-SRF, DST-JRF, DST-SRF.
  • Stage III: From the list detailed in section (B) above, 3 times as many candidates as the number of seats advertised will be called for departmental clinical/practical/lab based assessment (carrying 20 marks). These marks will be added to the marks of stages I + II + special weightage to determine the final merit.

 

AIIMS Raipur PhD Admission 2019 Application Process

  • Applicants can apply online mode only
  • Candidate may access the online application portal by clicking on the link mentioned in the website www.aiimsraipur.edu.in

 

Application Fee

  • General/OBC: Rs.1000/- + Transaction Charges as applicable
  • SC/ST/Person with Disabilities: Exempted.
  • Online payment of fees: Once a candidate clicks on button for making the payment, they will be redirected to the Payment gateway site. There are various options available for payment on SBI site viz. SBI Internet Banking, other major bank’s Internet Banking; Debit/Credit Cards. Additional charges viz. bank charges, service tax etc. incurred while making online payment of application fees will be borne by the candidate.
  • After making the successful Payment they will immediately be redirected to www.aiimsraipur.edu.in for generation of Registered Application Form. Candidates are advised to take a print of the Registered Application Form for their records and future reference. Thus the process for Registration of candidates who have to pay Application Fee gets completed.
  • The Registration number along with Date of Birth can also be used for downloading the Admit Card 10 days prior to the date of examination which shall also be notified in the designated website i.e. www.aiimsraipur.edu.in

 

For more details, please visit www.aiimsraipur.edu.in

 

AIIMS, Raipur

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur, Tatibandh, GE Road, Raipur 492 099 (Chhattisgarh), Email: helpdesk.aiimsraipur@gmail.com, Tel. 07554031427, 7000669535, website www.aiimsraipur.edu.in
 

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