What is JIPMER?
- Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education Research or JIMER 2019 is a national-level medical entrance exam that is conducted for admission to MBBS courses offered by the institute at its Puducherry and Karaikal campuses.
- Through this exam, candidates can get admission in MBBS course of the university and its affiliated campuses.
- The exam will be conducted on June 2, 2019. Last year, the maximum percentile score went up to 99.9987799. Nearly 2 lakh students had appeared for the exam which was held at 290 centers across India.
- The total number of seats available under JIPMER 2019 is 200, 150 seats in JIPMER Puducherry and 50 seats in JIPMER Karaikal.
JIPMER 2019-Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who wish to appear for JIPMER 2019 are required to meet certain criteria on the basis of Educational Qualification, Age, and Nationality. The Eligibility Criteria is given in detail below:
- Age: 17 years on or before 31st December 2019 or Born on or before 1st January 2002 (No relaxation is considered for any category of candidates)
- Nationality: Candidate must be Indian Citizen or Non-Resident Indian
- Academic Qualification: Must have passed 10+2 Higher / Senior Secondary Examination with compulsory subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology, English Language (Core or Elective) obtaining Aggregate Score Minimum 50%. For Reserved Category ST / SC / OBC / OPH Minimum Aggregate Score is 40%. For General OPH Category Minimum Aggregate Score is 45%.
JIPMER 2019-Application Process
- Mode of Application: JIPMER application form 2019 will be accepted only through online mode. The online registration will be opened from 6th March 2019. The application form can be filled and submitted till 12th April 2019. Candidates should fill all the details carefully in the application form. No modification will be allowed in later stage.
- Mode of Payment: Application fee can be submitted through credit card/debit card/net banking. It will be non-refundable.
- Application Fee: The General (UR) category candidates are required to pay Rs. 1500 whereas candidates from SC/ST & P-SC/ST will have to pay Rs. 1200 for the application form. NRI/OCI candidates are required to pay Rs. 3000. Note that the OPH & P-OPH are exempted from application fee
JIPMER 2019- Admit Cards
- JIPMER 2019 Admit Card is available for download at www.jipmer.edu.in. JIPMER 2019 Admit card will not be dispatched via post; it has to be downloaded from JIPMER 2019 official website.
- Without JIPMER 2019 Admit Card, entrance in JIPMER 2019 Examination Hall is strictly prohibited
- Name of Candidate, Date of Birth of Candidate, Photograph of Candidate, Signature of Candidate, Roll Number and Name and Address of JIPMER 2019 Examination Center is mentioned in the admit card.
- No correction is possible in it
- Remember to keep one ID Proof with its photocopy during JIPMER 2019 Examination
JIPMER 2019-Exam Dates
- Starting of online application form: 6th March 2019
- Last date of submitting application form: 12th April 2019
- Releasing of admit card: 3rd week of May
- JIPMER MBBS exam date: 2nd June 2019
- Releasing of result and rank letter: 3rd week of June
- First counselling : 26th – 28th June 2019
- Second counselling: 24th July 2019
- Third counselling: 21st August 2019
- Final counselling: 26th September 2019
- Closing of admission: 30th September 2019
JIPMER 2019-Exam Pattern
- Mode: The exam will be conducted through online (CBT) mode.
- Duration: The total duration will be of about 150 minutes.
- Shifts: It will be conducted in two shifts, i.e. one in morning and another in afternoon.
- Medium: The examination will be asked in English language.
- No of Questions: 200 questions will be asked in the examination.
- Type of Questions: MCQ will be asked in the exam.
- Marking Scheme: 4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer. No negative marking.
Tips from us to Prepare for JIPMER
- Make a smart strategy to prepare for the exam within prescribed time period.
- Make a proper study schedule and follow it strictly.
- Be well aware of the officially prescribed syllabus and prepare from it.
- Candidates should focus in the weak topics of the syllabus and work hard on them.
- Practice as many previous years question paper as you can
- Study from books published by the good publishers.
- Do not over stress yourself with long hours of study. Take intervals for better concentration.
- Make yourself healthy.