AIIMS Delhi Cut off 2021: All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi is one of the most prestigious medical colleges. Hence, in order to get a seat in AIIMS, Delhi aspirants need to score the cut-off marks. Cut-off basically indicates the minimum qualifying marks that a candidate needs to score in order to get qualified for the AIIMS MBBS 2021. The cutoff list is further published on the AIIMS official website (www.aiimsexams.org). Moreover, the minimum qualifying percentile for General Category is 50%, 45% for OBC, and 40% for SC/ ST category students. AIIMS Delhi Cut off 2021 is determined considering a few factors such as seat matrix, the difficulty level of exam, previous years’ cutoff, and the no. of candidates.

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AIIMS Delhi 2021 Cut off

The candidates who score marks equal to or more than the first AIIMS Delhi cutoff can take part in the First Round of AIIMS Counselling. However, the cutoff-marks for each reserved category are different. That is because of the difference in the seats available for admission for each category of students. Due to the factors that affect the cut-off, it varies for every session. Candidates can further check out the expected cutoff for this session. The final list is released only after the NEET result declaration.

Expected Cut Off

CategoriesExpected Qualifying MarksAIIMS MBBS Expected Cut Off
General50%98.75-99.00
OBC/ OBC-OPH (Orthopedic Physically Handicapped)45%97.00-97.50
SC/ ST/ SC-OPH/ ST-OPH40%94.00-94.25

NEET 2021 Minimum Qualifying Percentile

CategoryMinimum Qualifying PercentageMinimum Qualifying Marks
Unreserved (UR)50%720-147
Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)45%146-129
Scheduled Caste (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Other Backward Classes (OBC)40%146-113
SC-PH/ ST-PH/ OBC-PH40%128-113

Previous Years’ Delhi Cut off Rank

Candidates can check the cutoff marks trend by referring to the previous years’ cut-off list of AIIMS Delhi. This list is further published on the AIIMS official website (www.aiimsexams.ac.in). Hence, in this section, we have provided the previous years’ AIIMS Delhi Cutoff Marks list.

AIIMS Delhi Opening & Closing Rank 2020

CategoriesNo. of Seats AvailableOpening RankClosing Rank
General49151
SC19871,198
ST9992,239
OBC3159218
PwD21,7793,786
EWS1154215

AIIMS Delhi MBBS 2019 Cutoff (in All India Rank)

CategoriesCutoff
ROUND – 1
UR50
OBC234
SC1137
ST3031
OBC-PWBD9033
SC-PWBD39761
UR-PWBD8116
ROUND – 2
UR50
OBC277
SC1137
ST3031
OBC-PWBD9033
SC-PWBD39761
UR-PWBD8116
ROUND – 3
UR52
OBC297
SC1137
ST3031
OBC-PWBD9033
SC-PWBD39761
UR-PWBD8116

Cut off Ranks 2018

The last ranks at which the seats were allotted in the year 2018 are mentioned in the table given below.

CategoriesCutoffCorresponding Percentile
ROUND – 1
UR846
OBC1580
SC9342
ST21470
OBC-PWBD9973
SC-PWBD9254
UR-PWBD2270
ROUND – 2
UR5399.9862634
OBC23699.9408272
SC108199.7160692
ST209099.4468163

AIIMS New Delhi Cutoff 2017

CategoryLast RankScored Percentile
General5299.9829207
OBC559098.0550008
SC114399.6061463
ST447898.4429374

AIIMS Delhi cutoff Rank 2016

CategoriesCutoff Rank
General37
OBC256
SC1138
ST2825

AIIMS MBBS Seat Matrix

The seat matrix indicates the no. of seats available for admission. Candidates can hence check the MBBS Seats available in AIIMS, New Delhi in this section. Moreover, the seats are reserved category-wise. The category-wise AIIMS Delhi Seat Matrix is provided below for reference.

CategoriesNo. of Seats Available
General51
Gen-PwD2
OBC27
OBC-PwD1
SC15
SC-PwD1
ST7
ST-PwD1
Foreign07*

Qualifying Percentile Cut off Marks of AIIMS

The AIIMS Delhi Cut off 2021 indicates the minimum score that candidates need to become eligible for admission. In addition, the cut-off marks for lower categories are relatively low. Further, the qualifying percentile cutoff marks can be checked from the table given below.

CategoryPercentile Cutoff
General (UR)99.0014978
OBC-NCL94.1220114
SC/ ST97.4205359

Factors Affecting AIIMS Delhi cut off

AIIMS MBBS faculty considers a few factors for determining the Cutoff marks. These factors help the officials in deciding the minimum qualifying marks with ease. Moreover, the variation in the cutoff marks over years is also due to these factors. The factors that affect the cutoff marks are further as follows:

  • Total No. of Candidates who appeared for the Entrance Examination
  • No. of Seats Available
  • Difficulty Level of Exam
  • Seat Reservation Policy

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