after merging the aiims in neet what is the eligibility criteria of obc candidate for aiims 60% or 50%
Simce the aiims and jipmer exams are merged with NEET ,the eligibility criteria for the following are :-
1)General category- Top AIR 50 students will be selected for aiims delhi (marks-around above 680-690)
2)OBC - for obc you required marks 620-650 or above for selection
3) For sc selection -marking you need is 580 and above
And for the eligibility criteria you need to score 50% aggregrate in pcb for general, 45% for obc and 40% sc
Eligibility - candidates must passed or appearing class 12 with physics chemistry and biology with minimum 50 percent marks from a recognized board.
So you need to full fill neet eligibility only.
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Now AIIMS examination have been scrapped off and it has been merged with neet examination, so now Neet eligibility criteria will be followed.
Thus, to be eligible for AIIMS you need to pass in English and in both the theory and practical of PCB with at least 40 % in aggregate of PCB ( in theory +practical) in 12th examination if you belong to obc category
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