Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) is one of the premier institutes for medical education in the country. At present, there are a total of 150 seats for MBBS in the college (soon to be raised to 250) and a 100 seated dental college has started its first session. The courses offered here include MBBS, MD, BDS, and BSc in nursing. The Institute offers various UG, PG and diploma courses in medical science. The institute is named after the first president of the Republic of India Dr. Rajendra Prasad. The institute is an autonomous institute under the government of Jharkhand and is located in the state’s capital Ranchi. Apart from this the institutes also offer diploma courses in various disciplines of medicine.
Admission intake in RIMS is done through Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board’s Exam (85% of the total seats) and the rest 15% seats are filled by central government through 15% All India quota under NEET (National Eligibility and Entrance Test).
The academic year includes a one-time annual final university exam (for MBBS and MD Courses) however, there are terminal exams which are conducted by the institute at regular intervals and the marks scored in these exams are counted while preparing the annual academic mark sheet. Students can check their results (once they are announced) by following the below mentioned steps. For BSc. Students are required to clear the exam in order to proceed to the next year of their UG and PG course. At present, the results of the final exams for the current academic session are awaited. nursing courses a semester wise system of an exam is followed.
The Institute is affiliated to the Medical Council of India and Ranchi University. The window for grievance redressal related to university exam opens after the results are announced by the university. Ranchi University is responsible for conducting annual exams and declaring results for the various UG and PG courses offered by the college. Students can raise their objections with the university in case they are not satisfied with the results.
Students would be provided with the mark sheets for each academic year in respect to the subjects for which they took the exam. The mark sheet can be collected by the students from the administrative department of college/university. The mark sheet would be provided once the results for all the UG and PG exams conducted by the university are announced.