The final result of AIIMS PhD Programme July 2017 Session will be notified on July 28 at AIIMS official website All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi has invited online applications for Entrance Examination through online mode in Delhi/NCR for admission in PhD Programme July 2017 Session. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, conducts Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). The aspirants who achieve their results of AIIMS PhD Programme July 2017 need to note that the minimum period of registration in respect of all the candidates who are registered for PhD will be three years and maximum period of registration will not exceed five years.

For the candidates who seek admission to the course of study leading to the award of a Degree of Doctor of Philosophy must possess at least one of the following qualifications of a recognized University/Institute. A degree of Master of Sciences or Master’s degree in any subject allied to Bio Medical Sciences or Master’s Degree in Nursing with at least 60% marks or Master of Surgery or Doctor of Medicine or an equivalent degree or Diplomat of the National Board of Examinations. MBBS degree has got a minimum of 55% aggregate marks in the professional examinations. Also Read: Surat Girl Nishita Purohit tops AIIMS MBBS 2017 Entrance Examination with 100 percentile: check the full list of toppers release at

Selection for Ph.D. registration will be through a three-stage performance evaluation as under: Medical / Dental/Nursing candidates Out of the candidates who secured 50 percent or above in the written test (Stage-I & II plus the special weightage), candidates 3 times the number of seats advertised will be called for departmental clinical/practical/lab based assessment (carrying 20 marks). Also Read: AIIMS MBBS 2017 Results: Rank and Merit List for 1st Round of Counseling released, complete roll number wise results on June 16, check list here

Candidates who hold Medical Degree (MBBS/DNB/MD/MS/DM/M.Ch.) or M.Sc. (Nursing) will be given additional weightage of (10 marks). However, the marks of special weightage will only be added to those candidates who will secure more than 50% or above marks in written test (Stage I & II separately) to determine the merit.