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AIIM Ahmedabad offers a total of 3 courses which are approved by AICTE and are regular full-time courses. These courses are offered at the postgraduate level and are offered in Management and Business Administration stream. AIIM Ahmedabad courses are PGDM in Infrastructure Management, PGDM in Law and Executive MBA. Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria of the course will get admission to the programme.
AIIM Ahmedabad Fee Structure is different for every course. Candidates can check the AIIM Ahmedabad course and fees in detail from the official website of the institute. AIIM Ahmedabad Fees and Eligibility criteria are mentioned here below.
Candidate must have completed graduation with a minimum of 50% marks and 45% marks for the reserved category. Candidates with work experience and final-year candidates can also apply.
Candidate must have completed graduation in any discipline.
Our institute is located in one of the best and beautiful cities in the nation. it has a temple and greenary garden as beautiful center of attraction. our institute has best infrastructure over any other institute .
AIIMS or All India Institute of Medical Sciences are medical colleges in India that provide top quality medical education to students. They are the dream of every medical aspirant.
Currently there are a total of 13 AIIMS in India and admission to them is based on merit In the NEET examination.
Here is a list of All AIIMS in India rankwise-
1) AIIMS, Delhi
2) AIIMS, Bhopal
3) AIIMS, Bhubaneshwar
5) AIIMS, Patna
6) AIIMS, Raipur
7) AIIMS, Rishikesh
8) AIIMS, Rai Bareilly
9) AIIMS, Nagpur
Further ranking of AIIMS aren't available as of now.
Getting into AIIMS is quite difficult but still you can try for it and even make it possible with your determination and hard work ,below is the preparation tips along with the books:-
*First of all go through the chapters and as you have less time, focus and stress more on important and scoring topics or chapters which are listed below subject wise along with their chapter wise weight age based on past year neet papers
Optics - 10%
Dual nature of matter ,atoms and nuclei-9%
Current electricity -8%
Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current-8%
Laws of motion & work power energy:- 7%
Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism :- 5 %
System of Particles and Rotational Motion :-5%
Coordination Compounds- 9%
p-Block, d- and f-Block Elements- 9%
Chemical bonding and molecular structure-5%
Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques- 4%
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers :-4%
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids-4%
Human physiology:- 20%
Genetics and Evolution:-18%
Diversity in living organism:- 14%
Biology and Human Welfare:-9%
Cell: Structure and Function:- 9 %
Plant Physiology:- 6%
Ecology and Environment:- 6%
To help you plan your studies ,you can get the chapter wise weightage of all the chapters at
The top books which you can follow for the preparation of your NEET examination are provided below:-
NCERT Physics textbooks for Class XI and XII
Objective Physics for neet By DC Pandey
NCERT at your fingertips by mtg for physics
NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
MS Chauhan (Organic)
NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII "-
NCERT at your fingertips by mtg for biology
Trueman's biology for 11th and 12th
For more about books for neet visit :- https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/best-books-for-neet
*Practice questions:- after finishing each chapter you should practice numericals and mcqs .You should practise at least 80 to100 numericals and mcqs in Each chapter to master concepts so that you can solve numericals and MCQs easily.
* Short breaks :- take short breaks in between your studies, studying continuously can be brain tiring and it becomes difficult to focus and study with concentration, so take breaks to relax and refresh your brain.
* Make short notes:- You should make chapterwise short notes for each chapter and it should contain all the important concepts and formulas. These short notes will be a great revision tool for your examination.
* Set goals :- set daily goals like I have to cover these many topics today, weekly goals like I have to cover these chapters this week and solve their mcqs too by the end of this week and meet them without any fail.
* Follow a routine or timetable :- you can make a routine and religiously follow it and try to give at least 7- 8 hours to study each day in your routine.
-)PHYSICS is the toughest part for most of the medical aspirants as it has both numericals and concepts to deal with ,so keep at least 3 hours each day for physics
-)In Chemistry you have to deal with reactions and learn them and solve questions as well, so give at least 2.5 hours to Chemistry
-)In biology you have to read, learn and revise again and again, so keep around 2.5 hours for Biology.
*Revise:- revise your concepts, formulas etc at regular intervals . Revision is very important otherwise as you won't be able to recall or remember whatever you have learnt and forget them and you won't be able to perform well in your examination.
*Solve previous year NEET question :- Solving previous year questions will let you know the examination pattern, type of questions asked in the exam and difficulty level of questions, also concepts of the questions often gets repeated so it will be of great help to you . You can get previous year neet papers at
* Go through NEET mock test papers :- it will let you know your preparation level .After solving each mock test paper, analyse yourself which will help you to know your weak areas /topics so that you can work on them and them strong so that you can perform well in your examination.
To prepare well you can go for our neet program at the convenience of your home, the link for the same is provided below :-
If you have any other doubt then you can always reach us to clear them :) we are always available to help you out and guide you
The cutoff of 2019 for AIIMS DELHI was 90%(2370) for general, 85%(3443) for OBC, 61%(9239) for SC and 50%(11932) ST. But remember the cutoff wont be the same every year it changes depending on the highest mark, number of students attempting the exam and other factors.
For more information regarding the AIIMS DELHI cutoff of 2019 and previous years you can go through this link.
Thank you, Feel free to ask questions any time.