AIIMS, Delhi will conduct AIIMS PG 2020 for the July session on May 3rd 2020, in computer-based mode. Medical graduates who wish to appear for the exam must fill the AIIMS PG 2020 application form. The candidate should follow the guidelines and fulfil the eligibility criteria for admissions. 

For more details on the exam pattern of AIIMS PG 2020 check below:

Duration 3 Hours (180 minutes)
Language English
Total Questions 200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
Exam timings 09:00 AM to 12:00 noon
Syllabus All the subjects taught at MBBS level

AIIMS PG Marking Scheme 2020 – MD/MS/MDS

Type of questions Marking scheme Negative marking
Single best answer type 1 mark for the correct answer 1/3 for an incorrect answer
Multiple true-false types 1/5 mark for each alternative/statement 1/5 for each incorrect alternative/statement
Match the following 1/4 mark for each response 1/4 for every wrong attempt
Sequential arrangement type 1 mark for the full correct sequence 1 mark for an incorrect sequence
Multiple completion type 1 mark for a correct option 1/4 will be deducted for the wrong option
Reason assertion type 1 for the correct answer 1/4 mark for a wrong answer
Extended matching items/questions 1/2 mark for each scenario 1/2 for every incorrect number of scenarios


AIIMS PG 2020 Exam Pattern – Important topics

Subjects Topics
Pre-clinical Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy
Para-clinical Pharmacology, Pathology, Forensic Medicine, Microbiology, Community Medicine, etc
Clinical Obstetrics, Paediatrics, and Gynaecology, Community Medicine, Medicine and allied subjects (Psychiatry, Dermatology), etc.
Surgery and allied subjects Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology, E.N.T., Anaesthesiology, etc.


 AIIMS PG Result 2020

AIIMS, New Delhi will release AIIMS PG 2020 result for the July session on May 8, 2020. Qualified candidates will be eligible to participate in the various rounds of AIIMS PG counselling conducted for admission. In January session of AIIMS PG 2020, a total of 3623 candidates qualified AIIMS PG 2020 exam for MD/MS/DM (6 years)/MCh (6 years). 83 students passed MDS courses to be eligible for the counselling process.


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