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Organisation : AIIMS Jodhpur All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Announcement : Download Admit Card
Designation : AE/JE Assistant Engineer (Civil) & Junior Engineer (Civil)
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Home Page : http://aiimsjodhpur.edu.in/index.php?vr=facultyrecruitmentresult
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Written Examination will be held on 04 & 11-12-2016.
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Admit card to eligible and provisionally eligible candidates for written exam will be available online from 17th November, 2016 and same will also be sent through speed post on correspondence address. In case the hardcopy of admit card is not received, the applicant can download the admit card from AIIMS, Jodhpur official website i.e. aiimsjodhpur.edu.in.
The written Examination for the post of Assistant Engineer (Civil) will be held on 04th December, 2016 (Part A – 09:00am – 12:00am and Part B – 02:00pm – 05:00pm) at AIIMS, Jodhpur. Candidates should report with admit card and original Govt. issued valid ID proof on 04th December, 2016 at 08:00am sharp.
The Examination shall be in two parts, namely Part A and Part B. Part A will be used for screening, and Part B for determining the Merit list for Recruitment. Marks of Part A examination will not be counted for preparing the merit list; only marks of Part B will be counted for preparing the merit list.
Both Part A examination and Part B examination will be of 100 marks each.
Part A examination will consist of thought base 100 Multiple Choice Questions of thought type.
15 times the number of the posts of each level and/for each category will be shortlisted from Part A. The Part B of the answer scripts will be evaluated only of those applicants who will shortlisted from Part A. All Candidate securing cut off marks will be shortlisted for Part B.
The minimum marks to be obtained by the applicants in Part B examination shall be 60% in case of Unreserved Candidates and 55% in case of OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) candidates.
Part B examination will consist of Conventional Questions with all types, including fill in the blanks, calculation based, and descriptive. The marks for each question will be stated on the question paper.