Difference between NEET and AIIMS
The most prestigious Medical Entrance Examinations in India are NEET and AIIMS. The one who aspires to be a doctor prepares for at least one exam out of these two. Many apply for both of the exams.It is really tough to secure a rank in these examinations. As per the records, out of lakhs students who appear for the exam only a few get selected. These examinations have a lot of difference between them.
Comparable factors between these two examinations are:
NEET examination is conducted by NTA and AIIMS itself conducts the entrance exam.
As NEET is conducted by NTA so its official website is nta.ac.in and AIIMS Exam official website is aiimsexam.org.
NEET is of 3 hours while AIIMS exams is of 3 hours 30 min.
NEET examination consists of 180 questions while there are 200 questions in AIIMS.
NEET is a pen and paper-based offline examination, while AIIMS is an online exam.
In NEET each question carries 4 marks for a positive answer so maximum marks are 720 and for AIIMS as each question carries 1 mark so the maximum marks are 200.
In NEET MCQ based questions are asked and AIIMS asks MCQ as well as questions with the assertion.
NEET Exam is conducted in English, Hindi and 9 vernacular languages while AIIMS is conducted in English and Hindi only.
For NEET Exam –
a)Each correct answer carries 4 marks.
For AIIMS Exam-
a)Each correct answer carries 1 marks
There is no marking for unanswered questions in both the examinations.
NEET provides about 58686 seats while AIIMS provides 807 seats.
To appear for NEET Exam candidate is required –
UR – 50%, OBC/SC/ST – 40%, PWD – 45% (Qualifying marks in PCB subjects for 12th or equivalent exam)
Whereas for AIIMS candidate is required-
Gen./OBC 60%,SC/ ST– 50%, PwD – 45% (Qualifying marks in PCBE subjects for 12th or equivalent exam)
NEET result is valid for 3 years whereas the AIIMS exam result is valid for 1 year only.
NEET provides both MBBS and BDS courses while AIIMS does not provide any BDS course.
Courses offered by NEET-
MBBS: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
BDS: Bachelor in Dental Surgery
BAMS: Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
BHMS: Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery
BUMS: Bachelor of Unani Medicine and surgery
B.Pth: Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Yoga and Naturopathy
Courses offered by AIIMS-
MBBS: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
M.Ch. (5-year course)
Paramedical Courses (PM)
There are only 3 subjects in NEET
While there are 4 subjects in AIIMS
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