AIIMS PG Entrance Exam 2020: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences or AIIMS is all set to conduct the Post Graduate entrance examination for aspiring candidates tomorrow i.e. on June 11, 2020. The examination for admission to the PG medical courses will be held across the country. According to the reports issued by various leading websites, the medical institute had already published the AIIMS PG admit card for AIIMS entrance exam on June 5th.
The AIIMS exam authority has issued the Admit Cards for MD, MS, MCh(6YRS), DM(6YRS), MDS, M.Sc. Nursing, B.Sc. Post Basic (Nursing), DM, M.Ch., MD (Hospital Administration) and Fellowship Programme Entrance Examination-2020 on its official website. Candidates are advised to download the same before appearing in the exam. Candidates who are going to appear in the examination must not forget to carry the admit cards to their respective examination hall. Failure to produce the hall tickets at the time of examination might get a candidate barred from appearing in the AIIMS PG entrance exam 2020.
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Here are the last minutes to remember before going to the AIIMS Entrance Exam Hall:
1. Candidates must get adequate sleep before the day exam commences
2. Candidates are advised to revise their papers much ahead of the exam day
3. Admit Cards for AIIMS PG Entrance Exam should be downloaded from the official website of the Institute
4. Candidates must check their entry time-window in their message or email ids as the institute has communicated to them
5. Most importantly, candidates should wear proper masks to avoid any contamination of the noble coronavirus
6. They are also advised to carry their own hand sanitizer for safety.
According to the notification released by the authority, candidates need to apply for e-pass to appropriate State/District authorities for movement. They are required to mention AIIMS-Entrance Examination on 11th June 2020 as a reason for travel.
While AIIMS has increased the number of centres for the entrance examination to maintain safety and avoid crowding by 50 per cent, a student organization has requested the authority to cancel the examinations.