The All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance (AIPMT) was an annual medical entrance exam admission for medical and dental courses like MBBS and BDS at several medical colleges across the country. It was conducted by CBSE.
AIPMT was conducted for admission to 15% of the total seats in all medical and dental colleges in India run by Central and State governments/local authorities except in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Telangana. About 6.3 lakh people registered for AIPMT in 2016. About 3,000 MBBS seats and 250 BDS seats were available under the exam.
There is no denying the fact that it requires ample of hard work and dedication to crack the tough AIPMT and seek admission in one of the best medical colleges in the country. However, while hard work is the key to success, a bit of a smart work is also required alongside to get through this competitive exam. Among other things, one smart move is to understand the weightage of different topics in your syllabus and prepare accordingly. Here is the unit-wise weightage for all three subjects.
Candidates must read the information brochure carefully before filling the application form.
- The application form can be filled through online mode only.
- Printed copy of application form will not be entertained.
- At the time of filling the application form, candidates have to upload the scanned image of a photograph and signature in JPG format.
- Take a printout of confirmation page after successful payment of application fee.
- Application Fee:
- The application fee can be submitted through online mode.
- Application fee for UR /OBC is Rs. 1400/-.
- For SC/ST/PH, the application fee is Rs. 750/-.
- The fee can be paid through the Credit card/Debit card/Net Banking/UPI/E-Wallet of Common Services Centre and other service providers.
Candidates can check here the eligibility criteria
Candidates of Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs),
Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs),
Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)
Foreign Nationals are eligible to apply.
They all are also eligible to apply under 15% All India Quota seats.
Aadhaar Card: It is mandatory to have the Aadhaar number for filling the application form.
The upper age limit is 25 years. There is 5 years of age relaxation for reserved category candidates.
UR candidates must born on or between 08.05.1993 and 01.01.2002.
For SC/ST/OBC candidates, the age should lie between 08.05.1988 and 01.01.2002.
Qualifying Exam: Candidates must pass the 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry Biology/Bio-technology and English individually.
Candidates those appear/qualify the three years of B.Sc Degree with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-Technology including practical subjects are also eligible to apply.
Minimum Marks: A candidate must obtain minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology taken together. For SC/ST/OBC candidates, the marks in qualifying exam should be 40%.
Appearing Candidates: Candidates who are in final year of qualifying exam are also eligible.
Mode of Exam: The exam will be held in offline mode (pen paper mode).
Number of Attempts: Maximum of three attempts will be allowed for candidates. The number of attempts will be counted from 2017.
Type of Questions: The question will be Objective Type Questions.
Number of Questions: Total of 180 questions will be asked.
Duration of exam: The exam would be of 3 hours.
Languages: The question paper will be available in total 10 languages which are Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, oriya and Kannada.
Marking Scheme: 4 marks will be given for each correct response.
Negative Marking: One mark will be deducted for each incorrect response.
Cell Biology: 8.89%
Genetics and Plant Phyiology: 7.78% each
Plant Diversity: 6.67%
Application Biology and Plant Morphology: 5.56% each
Animal Kingdom, Reproduction in Flowering Plants and Human Health and Disease: 4.4% each
Body Fluids, Human Reproduction, Evolution and Circulation: 3.33% each
Biomolecule, Digestion & Absorption, Neural Control & Coordination, Plant Anatomy, Excretion & Osmoregulation and Locomotion & Movement: 2.2% each
Breathing Exchange of Gases, Structural Organization in Animals, Chemical Control and Coordination: 1.11% each
Modern Physics – 11.11%
Work, Power and Energy: 8.89%
Current Electricity and Rigid Body Dynamics: 6.67% each
Electromagnetic Field & Force, Geometrical Optics, Semiconductor Devices, Simple Harmonic Motion, Wave Optics: 4.44% each
Alternating Current, Capacitance, Centre of Mass, Electromagnetic Induction, Electrostatics, Fluid Mechanics, Friction, Gravitation, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Properties of Matter, Rectilinear Motion, Relative Motion, Sound Waves, Units and Dimensions: 2.22% each
Organic Chemistry: 35.6%
General Organic Chemistry (GOC): 11.1%
Reaction Mechanism: 6.7%
Carbonyl Compounds and Hydrocarbons: 4.4% each
Aromatic Compounds, Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life and Basic Principles and Techniques (POC): 2.2% each
Physical Chemistry: 33.3%
Atomic Structure and Solution & Colligative Properties: 6.7% each
Chemical Kinetics: 4.4% each
Chemical Equilibrium, Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept, Solid State, Electrochemistry, Surface Chemistry and Thermodynamics: 2.2% each
Inorganic Chemistry: 31.1%
Chemical Bonding: 8.9%
D Block, P Block, S Block and Coordination Compound: 4.4% each
Metallurgy and Periodic Table: 2.2% each