INI CET (Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test)
INI CET or Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test, is an examination conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi which is the sole authority for conducting the exam, declaring the results, and allocating seats.
*A candidate must have acquired Graduation in MBBS or BDS or equivalent courses from a recognized institution in India or outside India.* Candidates who belong to the general, OBC, or general PWD group must have scored 55% in the aggregate marks.
* Exam Mode: Computer-Based Test (CBT) Mode* Frequency of the exam: Biannual* Exam duration: 3 hours (180 minutes)* Number of questions:200* Type of Question: MCQs
INI CET 2021 Exam Pattern
It is further divided into three major topics: Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology.1. Anatomy – Microanatomy, Neuroanatomy, Gross Anatomy, Embryology & Genetics.2. Biochemistry – Biological Cell, Biomolecules Enzymes, Hormones and PH,
Syllabus for Pre-Clinical Phase
Topics:Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine and Community Medicine
Syllabus for Para-Clinical Phase
Topics:Medicine & Allied Subjects (Dermatology and Psychiatry), Surgery & Allied Subjects (Anaesthesiology, Ophthalmology, E.N.T, Orthopaedics), Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Community Medicine, Clinical Postings
Syllabus for Clinical Phase
*You need to maintain 100% accuracy with INI-CET an increase in speed as this is a highly competitive exam.* You should focus on both the facts and concepts by framing a strategic study planner to improve yourself.
Tips to prepare for INI – CET
* It is compulsory for all test-takers to carry a valid photo ID proof and wear a mask that fully covers the nose and the mouth.*Electronic devices like mobile phones, calculators, smartwatches, etc. are not allowed.