Institutes of National Importance-Combined Entrance Test (INI–CET) for admission to the January 2023 cycle of post-graduate courses in premier medical institutions will be held from 9 am to 12 pm on 13 November.
The test is for admission to 13 centres of the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences; Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology in Thiruvananthapuram; Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry; Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh; and National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bengaluru.
The INI–CET scores would be considered for the admission to courses like MD, MS, MCH (6 years), DM (6 years) and MDS.
INI-CET is conducted twice a year. Admissions are held for January and July sessions, respectively.
Those who had applied to any sessions between 2019 January and 2022 July and got their registrations approved need not repeat the basic information–registration stages. They, however, have to do the rest.
Make sure that the information and the image that have been uploaded are correct. You could do this only until 5 pm on Monday, October 3.
The registration would be approved only until 5 pm on 6 October.
Generate the Examination Unique Code (EUC; the old code is not valid for 2023 January) and complete the application. The code could be generated from 12 October to 25 October until 5 pm.
Upload the required certificates to avail reservation benefits. This could be done from 12 October until 5 pm on 13 November.
Ensure that the details in the application and the uploaded documents are correct; you may conduct the check from 28 October until 5 pm on 31 October.
Those who need to make corrections could use the edit panel that appears on the website at the specified time. Now, only part A of the prospectus is on the website. Part B which contains the details about the stipend and hostel fee at each institute would be published soon.
The admit card would be uploaded on 7 November.