AIIMS PG Cutoff 2020

Diksha Nautiyal Updated On: 13 Jan, 2020 13:35 IST

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AIIMS PG Cut-off 2020

The cut-off of AIIMS PG 2020 will be released after the result of AIIMS PG is declared by the exam conducting authority. The cut-off marks of AIIMS PG 2020 are the minimum scores that candidates must score in order to qualify in the entrance exam. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi decides the cut-off marks for the candidates. AIIMS PG 2020 is conducted in two sessions: January and July as a computer-based test. Candidates who will meet the AIMS PG 2020 cut-off requirements will be enrolled in MS/MD/MDS programmes.

There are various factors on the basis of which the cut-off of AIIMS PG 2020 will be prepared such as the number of candidates applied, number of seats available, the difficulty level of exam and marking scheme.

Note: On the basis of the qualifying status of the candidates, i.e. the overall score obtained by candidates who qualify the AIIMS PG 2020 cut-off, the AIIMS PG merit list will be prepared.

AIIMS PG Cut-off 2020 Important Dates



AIIMS PG 2020 (July Session) Exam Date

3rd May 2020

Declaration of AIIMS PG 2020 (July Session) Result

To Be Released

Cut-off Release

To Be Released

AIIMS PG 2020 Cut-off Qualifying Percentile (January Session)

Irrespective of the category, candidates must secure at least 50 percentile to pass the entrance test. The conducting authority will calculate the percentile scores on the basis of the AIIMS PG cut-off. The percentile scores are indicative of the performance of the candidates who have appeared in the entrance examination.

To get an idea about the AIIMS PG 2020 cut-off for July Session, candidates can check out the information for January Session below. 













Factors Determining AIIMS PG Cut-off

There are various factors on which the AIIMS PG 2020 cut-off depends such as:

  • The difficulty level of the entrance exam

  • Total number of candidates appeared for the exam

  • Total number of seats available

  • Marking scheme in the exam

AIIMS PG 2020 Cut-off – Tie-Breaking Criteria

The qualifying percentile for AIIMS PG is 50%. Inter-se-merit will be prepared in case there is a tie, i.e, two candidates obtaining the exact same percentile in the exam. On the basis of the following factors, the tie-breaking criteria will be done:

  • If two candidates obtain the exact same percentile in the entrance examination, the candidate with a higher score in MBBS/BDS examination will be given preference.

  • If the tie still remains, candidate older in age will be preferred to the younger candidates.

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