JIPMER PG (JIPMER PG)

 

JIPMER PG 2020

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JIPMER PG 2020 Application Form has been started from 18th September 2019. The entrance exam will be organized by the Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER). This is a national level entrance exam held in two sessions- in the month of January & July. JIPMER is one of the leading medical institutions of India established in the year 1823 under the Government of India. Candidates will be offered admission into PG level courses in the field of medicine. Admission in PG courses will be offered in MD (Doctor of Medicine) & MS (Master of Surgery), DM, M.Ch in a wide range of fields. Candidates must go through this article for details regarding JIPMER PG 2020 exam dates, application form, eligibility, pattern, etc.

 

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JIPMER PG 2020 Notification:

Event Name

Dates

Online Registration

18-09-2019  to 25-10-2019

Download of Hall Ticket from JIPMER

13-11-2019 to 08-12-2019

Entrance Examination Date

08-12-2019 - 10.00 AM to 01.00 PM

Expected date of Merit List

18-12-2019

 

JIPMER PG 2020: Qualification

The candidates must possess MBBS or an equivalent Degree recognized by the Medical Council of India. (c)Internship: A candidate must have completed the required period of 12 months compulsory rotating internship/Practical training on or before 31 st December 2019 [*Candidates not completing the internship on or before 31-12-2019 need not apply for January 2020 session.

 Required Marks:

  • For all other categories including OBC Category: 55%
  • For SC/ST Categories: 50% marks
  • For OPH candidates the minimum aggregate as provided in (i) and (ii) for the category to which the candidate belongs shall apply

Nationality:

Indian | Non-Resident Indian | Overseas Citizen of India

 

JIPMER PG 2020 Application Process:

Candidates seeking admission to entrance examination are required to apply online mode only. (Any other mode of application will not be accepted.) 2) Log on to link in the Home page www.jipmer.edu.in. and navigate to the link “Apply on-line MD/MS admission – January 2020 Session”. 3) Read the prospectus and instruction carefully. 4) The flow chart for filling application on-line given as the end of the Prospectus. 5) The candidate should acquaint himself/herself with all requirements with regard to filling up the application on-line.

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Application fees for the JIPMER PG 2020:

Category

Application Fee

General/OCI

Rs.1,600 + Transaction Charges

OBC

Rs.1,600 + Transaction Charges

SC/ST

Rs.1,200 + Transaction Charges

Foreign National

Rs.3,000 + Transaction Charges

OPH & PWD

Exempted from Application fee

 

The candidates can pay the fee online by using their credit or debit card or using net banking facilities. 

  1. Mere completion of “REGISTRATION FOR PAYMENT” does not confer right for the issue of Hall Ticket.
  2. The process of submission of application On-line is completed only after clicking the “submit button” after Uploading personal details, *Scanned Photograph and Scanned Signature (Refer to the Flow chart appended to the prospectus).
  3. The candidate is advised to download a copy of their filled in an application which contains Application No., Personal details, scanned photograph, scanned a signature and the payment details.
  4. Fees will not be refunded under any circumstances.
  5. No request for a change in the details provided in the application will not be considered, after the submission the On-line application by clicking the “submit button”.
  6. Incomplete application, application with false details will be rejected.

 

 JIPMER PG 2020 Exam Pattern

 Examination Mode: Online Mode (Computer Based test) 

Examination Medium/Language: English Only.  

SUBJECT

No. of Questions

Basic Clinical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology and Forensic Medicine & Toxicology)

100

Clinical Sciences (Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Community Medicine, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, ENT, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Radiodiagnosis, Radiotherapy, Emergency Medicine, Nuclear Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Blood Transfusion Medicine).

150

Total

250

Candidates are advised to go through the Mock Test for computer-based Test (online examination). Link for the mock test is available on JIPMER’s Website JIPMER MD/MS Entrance Examination – January session 2020 link.

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Duration of Examination

3 hours (Three Hours)

Timing of Examination

10.00 AM to 01.00 PM (Single Shift)

Location of Examination Centres

AHMEDABAD, MUMBAI, BENGALURU, NEW DELHI, BHUBANESWAR, PUDUCHERRY, CHENNAI, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, KOLKATA, VIJAYAWADA

Type of Objective Questions

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) -  Basic Clinical Science- 100 Questions,  Clinical Science - 150 Questions

Marking Scheme

Correct Answer: Four marks(+) 4, Incorrect Answer:  Minus one (−) 1, Unanswered :0

Method of determining merit

Percentiles Score

 

JIPMER PG 2020 - Awarding of Marks  | Merit List

The Candidates will be selected based on the performance in the entrance exam which is scheduled on Sunday, 08th December 2019.

  1. The response of the candidate for a question(s), on click of “submit button” before the closing of Examination, shall be considered as the response chosen by the candidate. Questions that are ANSWERED will be considered as ANSWERED.
  2. MARKED FOR REVIEW and ANSWERED will be considered as ANSWERED
  3. MARKED FOR REVIEW and UNANSWERED will be considered as NOT ANSWERED.  Each answer with CORRECT RESPONSE shall be awarded FOUR MARKS. And ONE (1) Mark will be deducted for each INCORRECT RESPONSE.  ZERO marks will be given for the question NOT ANSWERED. The score such obtained will be the Raw Score.  This Raw Score will be used to determine Percentile score [for the purpose of Eligibility using Cut-Offs and determining Merit / Ranking]. Candidates who secure less than the minimum percentile in the Entrance Examination will NOT be considered for admission and their names will NOT be included in the Merit List. · No E-Mail or Written communication will be entertained in this regard.

 Merit List would be drawn category wise based on minimum percentile as given below

Category

Minimum Percentile

Unreserved (UR)/Inst/OCI/FN/Sponsored

50

Unreserved (UR) – OPH

45

SC / ST / OBC /- OPH

40

 

Documents Required during JIPMER PG Counselling 2020

The Candidate should submit the following certificates in original along with one set of self-attested copies.

  • Hall Ticket of JIPMER PG 2020
  • ID Proof
  • MBBS Mark State
  • conduct Certificate
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Caste Certificate
  • Permanent/Provisional Medical Registration Certificate
  • Registration Certificate issued by Andhra Pradesh Medical Coun
  • MBBS Degree or provisional pass certificate
  • Service candidate should produce NOC
  • Rank Letter
  • DOB Certificates
  • Internship Completion Certificate.
  • Residence certificate
  • Migration Certificate
  • Passport size colour photo – 4 Nos

 

JIPMER 2020 Preparation tips: 

  1. A proper time table/study plan must be followed to crack the examination. You have to figure out how much time and effort you have to put in on each topic. Concentrate more on your weaker sections. Also, proper study planning will help you finish your syllabus on time.
  2. Solve previous year papers. Although the questions may not be repeated, they will give you an idea about the exam, and about the type of questions that are frequented.
  3. Make an effort to learn the writing style of the toppers. Previous years’ toppers answer sheets can be easily found on the Internet for all subjects by simply googling “best answer sheets”. It is important to know how to write to-the-point answers and do neat and clean work.
  4. Monitor your progress by taking tests. A mock test is a compass which tells us exactly what we need to focus on. It helps in your preparation, self-evaluation, time management and in understanding your weaknesses because the more problems we are exposed to before the actual exam, the more is the likelihood that we would get it right if a similar problem was asked in the actual exam.