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AIIMS Baby will be from a 2018: exam tomorrow, important last minute instructions

AIIMS Baby will be from a year 2018: The exam will be conducted on the 26th and 27th and registration for the same ended on February 5th.

AIIMS Baby will be from a 2018: About two lakh candidates appear tomorrow for the AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) the baby will pass an entrance exam. The exam is a gateway for entry into the baby is provided by a course at AIIMS New Delhi, Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneshwar, Rishikesh, Raipur, Guntur (Andhra Pradesh) and Nagpur (Maharashtra). The exam will be held on the 26th and 27th and registration for the same ended on February 5th. There are 800 places available in the above institute and the results are expected to be released in late June. The online examination (computer-based test) will be carried out in two shifts per day (9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 3 a.m. to 6:30 a.m.) at different centers across the country.

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Candidates belonging to the non-reserved category must achieve at least 50 percent, those who belong to the OBC (non-creamy layer) must achieve at least 45 percent and those belonging to SC / ST must achieve at least 40 percent in order to be eligible for the further counseling process of the AIIMS Baby is made by one.

AIIMS Baby is based on a 2018: Exam sample

Physics: 60 questions

Chemistry: 60 questions

Biology: 60 questions

General knowledge: 10 questions

Skill and logical thinking: 10 questions

There are certain instructions and rules that candidates must abide by before the exam and while going for the exam. Review the suggestions below for a hassle-free exam.

Allow card: This is the most important document one has to carry at the time of the exam. It includes details like roll number, exam center exam duration etc. It is always better to keep your admit card in your pocket the night before the exam so that no time is wasted the next morning looking for the same. Together with the permit card, candidates should carry a valid photo ID and proof in the original (print passport, Aadhar card / Aadhar card, PAN card, voter ID, driver's license, recognized agent or state board examination admit card / mark card / showing sheet stock photo.

Reporting on the time: It is always better to reach the exam venue an hour early rather than late and missed giving the exam. To reach candidates, the examination center should allow times mentioned in the report in the card. Anyone who is late is not allowed to appear for the exam in any state.

Dress code: Items that the candidates do not take inside the exam hall include clips, bands, hats, hats, caps, scarfs and similar headgear as well as glasses, thick-soled shoes and large buttons (more than 1.5 cms). If religion or habits require any special headgear or clothing to be worn, then one should visit the center early to allow enough time for stumbling.

Objects prohibited: Ornaments of any kind are not allowed. Cell phones, watches and any electronic device, including those capable of transmitting and receiving data in any form, pens, papers, books, bottles, etc. are also prohibited. The option of a simple calculator that will pops-up on the screen will be available.

Do not use the keyboard during the examination. Please remember that the order of topics and questions and answers are mixed for all candidates.

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