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INI CET 2022 – Admit card & Day before exam Guidelines

INI CET Admit Card 2022: AIIMS has released the INI CET 2022 admit card on their official website. The admit card is available online for download. The applicants who have successfully filled the application form can download the admit card from the website. All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), New Delhi the exam carrying out authority of the Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INICET) issues the admit card. INI CET admit card 2022 carries all the treasured facts which include the details of the candidate and the address of the exam center.

 INI CET 2022 admit card holds information such as the name of the candidate, roll number, center name and address, timings, picture, and signature. Applicants require registration login ID, EUC Code, and password to download admit card of INI CET 2022. Admit card serves as an important document to be carried within the exam hall.

AIIMS INI CET 2023 Admit Card – Important Dates

INI CET Admit CardNovember 7, 2022.
INI CET 2023 Exam DateNovember 13, 2022.
Exam Timings9 AM to 12 Noon

INI CET 2022 Exam Pattern: Overview

DetailsFeatures
ModeOnline
Duration90 minutes for MDS and 180 minutes for MD/ MS
Number of questions90 questions in MDS paper and 200 questions in MD/ MS paper
Type of questionsMultiple Choice Questions (MCQs) only
Language of the examEnglish
Negative markingYes (1/3 marks)
SyllabusUG Level

What to bring on the day of INI-CET exam

  • INI-CET Admit Card is the most important thing to carry
  • You must bring two recent passport size photographs with white background
  • Be sure to bring a valid photo ID
  • Additionally, a copy of the MCI registration form is required
  • Take the pass on your way home, if it is mentioned in the guide

Important Details about INI-CET Admit Card

  • You should not retain your photograph on your INI-CET Admit Card
  • Take home the original printout of the admit card with the IP address, date and time of upload
  • Only the original admit card is allowed to carry if the photograph is not good
  • Make sure that the details mentioned in your admit card match the ID
  • Incorrect data in the INI-CET Admit Card may invalidate the applicant’s application

Test day instructions

Things not to bring on the day of INI-CET exam

  • Bags, purses, wallets, hats, belts, etc. Jewelry, glasses, hats, scarves, jackets
  • All electronic devices such as calculators, USB sticks, wrist watches or cell phones
  • Packaged or homemade food, soft drinks, or bottled water
  • Paper tools include pens, pencils, erasers, notebooks, paper, etc.
  • Do not stay late and appear at the exam center on time

Candidates should report on time to the INI-CET examination hall. In this way, applicants can avoid last-minute problems. Since the exam starts from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, candidates should reach the exam venue before 8:15 am, because identity verification and other processes at the center will take time.

Uttarakhand All Set To Launch medical education In Hindi Medium From 2023

Health Minister Dhan Singh Rawat, Inspired by Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand  also set to start medical education in Hindi. The state intends to introduce the curriculum in Hindi, alongside English, from the next academic session, in all subjects. “The objective of the New [National] Education Plan (NEP) 2020 is to promote Hindi and regional languages. Uttarakhand is a state where 70% of students get their education, up to the intermediate (12th) level, in Hindi. Having books for vocational education like MBBS and Engineering in Hindi will help such students,” says Mr. Rawat in an interview with the Hindu.

Medical Education in Hindi Medium: A big change

Uttarakhand currently has four government medical colleges in Dehradun, Srinagar (Pauri), Haldwani and Almora. The state has a total of 525 MBBS seats, 85% of which are reserved for Uttarakhand students and 15% for non-state students.

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In three private medical colleges in the state, each with 150 places, 50% of the places are reserved for state students and 50% for all India.

To prepare the MBBS syllabus in Hindi, the Department of Medical Education has formed a four-member expert committee, who will design the project after completing the syllabus that is being implemented in medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh. Dr. C.M.S. Rawat, Principal, College Medical College, Srinagar (Pauri) was the chairman of the committee which included Dr. AK. Singh, Professor at Haldwani Medical College, and Dr. Hari Shankar Pandey as members. Dr. Daulat Singh of Government Doon Medical College is the secretary of the committee. Explaining how the preparatory work for the Hindi event will begin, Dr. C.M.S. Rawat said the committee will study the syllabus prepared by the MP, who is currently teaching three medical subjects in Hindi.

“We will see how they did the translation, and we will translate the fitness training system. The aim is to give students an opportunity to study both Hindi and English from the next academic session, in all subjects,” he added.

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