AIIMS PG 2020 admit card July session has been delayed!

AIIMS PG 2020 admit card July session has been delayed!
Team Careers360 | May 20, 2020 - 4:42 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Due to unavoidable circumstances, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi has delayed the uploading of AIIMS PG admit cards for the July session. AIIMS, Delhi in its official notice has stated that the revised date of release of admit card will be announced after a few days. Meanwhile, aspirants can visit the official website www.aiimsexam.org for any update or queries.
It is mandatory for aspirants to carry the admit card with them to the exam centre as it is an important document. The mode of releasing the admit card will be online in the form of PDF. By using the login credentials, candidates can download the admit card. After successfully registering themselves for AIIMS PG and by submitting the required documents, candidates will be able to download the admit card.

Official notice regarding delay
Candidates can go through the official notice of delay in uploading of AIIMS PG admit card from below:

AIIMS-PG-admitcard

How to download the AIIMS PG admit card after release?
Candidates are advised to follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Visit the official website aiimsexams.org

  • Login to the applicant portal

  • Enter registration ID, Registration Unique Code (RUC), password and captcha code

  • Admit card will be displayed on the screen

  • Verify the details in the admit card

  • Take at least three to four printouts for future references

What to do for any discrepancy in admit cards?
In case of any discrepancies in the hall tickets, aspirants need to send a mail from their registered email ID mentioning the issues at the below mentioned address.
Assistant Controller of Examinations,
AIIMS, New Delhi-110608
aiims.pgexams@gmail.com

Note - Aspirants will have to mention details like name, candidate ID, subject applied and other particulars of the registration form in the mail.

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