All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)
“It looks like a dream come to true. I have never thought of grabbing AIR-1 rank but I was hopeful to be placed among top 10. AIIMS examination was quite easy for me as compared to NEET,” Eliza Bansal AIR 1 (2018) from Lehragaga, Sangrur Punjab said with bundles of joy. To get admission in (AIIMS) All India Institute of Medical Sciences is certainly proud moment for student, guardian, society and state. This is in fact, great dream of millions of Indian students to get admission in AIIMS for doing MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) course.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is the most prestigious educational institutes in India. AIIMS New Delhi is known as Institutes of National Importance by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956. AIIMS official website (https://www.aiimsexams.org/) mentioned ‘aims and objective’ as, “By virtue of this Act, the Institute awards its own medical degrees and other academic distinctions. The degrees awarded by the Institute under the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act are recognized medical qualifications for the purpose of the Indian Medical Council Act and notwithstanding anything contained therein, are deemed to be included in the first schedule of that Act, entitling the holders to the same privileges as those attached to the equivalent awards from the recognized Universities of India.”
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) conducts entrance exam for taking admission into MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) course at AIIMS New Delhi, Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneshwar, Rishikesh, Raipur, Guntur (Andhra Pradesh) and Nagpur (Maharashtra).
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Hard work is the only key to succeed
Quality to qualify an entrance examination lies in aspiring candidate’s nature of working hard. S/he works hard, practice more and believes in himself. S/he keeps trying for the better outcome. We could not find any magic other than having positive attitude for consistently working hard.
Ramneek (AIR 2, 2018), who is from Punjab’s Bhatinda, said she owed her success to her hard work and regular studies. She said she prepared notes regularly, cleared doubts from faculties and focused on National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) books. (Hindustan Times). Result of hard work can be felt in Ramneek attitude to excel in academics. She not only secured 97.6% in class 12th board exam but also brought laurels by securing AIR 10 in NEET 2018.
Mehak Arora (AIR 3, 2018) had secured AIR 31 in NEET as well. “I would put in six to seven hours of self-study. I suggest that all those preparing for these exams should stay focused but at the same time, must not take any stress,” Mehak said.( Indian Express)
Individual uniqueness lies in handling difficult tasks in own style. A number of toppers who secured 1 to 10 ranks at national level in NEET, JEE advanced and 12th class board examination endorsed that they did not use mobile phone so much and hardly operated social account. They were not active on any social media account. In fact, everyone has only 24 hours in a day. Students have to attend school, and coaching. They have to do self study for completing other academic works.
Amitabh Chauhan (AIR 5, 2018) had earlier secured the 34th rank in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). He shared his secret behind this gala success with national newspaper Indian Express. He said, “I am happy. Two years of hard work has paid off. AIIMS Delhi was my goal,” he said, adding that he put in around 10 to 12 hours of study every day and giving up on using a Smartphone as he often got “jealous” over his friends’ lives on social media, something he hoped to continue as he liked to live in the “real world”. All India Topper Eliza Bansal accepted the fact to keep herself away from social media platform. She said “In two years, I have not used any mobile phone and not even have account on any social media site.”
Hard work, self study, command on basic key concepts, thorough revision of complete syllabus, solving previous years question paper and practicing mock test regularly are ultimate ways for qualifying any difficult entrance test on national level. As Eliza Bansal endorsed that she had given thorough revision to her syllabus and concentrated in clearing basic concepts. Continuously working hard for qualifying an entrance examination is sole quality of an aspiring candidate. S/he works hard, practice more and believes in himself. S/he keeps trying for the better outcome.