JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam is one of three medical entrance exams in India. Online computer-based JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam 2018 which i conducted for admission in MBBS in the various JIPMER colleges across the country. Admission for MBBS seats will be done on the basis of merit list which will be drawn on basis of performance in exam subject to get minimum qualifying marks, which is 50 percentile for UR, 45 for UR OPH, 40 for SC/ST/OBC OPH. There are no seats available through AIPMT/NEET or AIIMS. The entrance examination is held once a year in June in Pondicherry, Chennai, Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Thiruvananthapuram and other metropolitan cities for admission to the MBBS course that begins in July of the same year. All details of JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam 2018 such as dates, eligibility, application form, exam pattern, syllabus, admit card, result, counselling, cut off are given here.
Name of college – Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER).
Course offered – MBBS.
Admission on basis of – JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam 2018.
|Event||JIPMER 2018||JIPMER 2019|
|Online application form available from||07 Mar 2018||1st week of March 2019|
|Last date to apply for JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam||13 Apr 2018||2nd week of April 2019|
|Download JIPMER MBBS Admit Card||21 May 2018||3rd week of May 2019|
|JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam date||03 Jun 2018||1st week of Jun 2019|
|Publication of JIPMER MBBS Entrance
Exam Merit List date
|On or before 20 Jun 2018||3rd week of Jun 2019|
JIPMER MBBS Seats
Number of JIPMER Seats to be filled for MBBS session through competitive Entrance Examination conducted is as follows. Seat details of admission session is represented here under.
|Category||JIPMER Puducherry||JIPMER Karaikal|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||28||9|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||15||5|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||7||2|
|P – UR||22||9|
|P – OBC||10||3|
|P – SC||5||1|
|P – ST||3||1|
|NRI / OCI (Under Self Financing Scheme)||5||1|
OPH – From the above seats, as per rules seats are allotted to eligible OPH candidates on horizontal reservation basis.
- Total Number of Seats 200
- Entrance Examination for 200 seats
The number and distribution of seats may vary depending upon the periodic directives / decisions from Competent Authorities
JIPMER MBBS Exam Pattern
The MBBS admissions are done on the basis of JIPMER MBBS Entrance exam. It will have multiple choice questions and the questions for JIPMER MBBS Entrance Examination will be based on the syllabus for XI and XIIth.
The pattern of JIPMER MBBS Entrance Examination: There are total 200 objective questions. Each answer with correct response shall be awarded FOUR marks. ZERO mark will be given for the question NOT answered. For wrong answers, One mark will be deducted. All questions will be of ONE best / correct response type having four alternatives.
The pattern of JIPMER MBBS entrance exam is as follows.
|Type of Questions||Multiple choice questions|
|Total number of questions||200|
|Marking Scheme||+4 for every correct answer, 0 for no answer or multiple answers marked, One marks will be deducted (-1) for wrong answer|
|Duration of Exam||150 minutes|
|Subject wise questions|
|Logic and Quantitative Reasoning||10|
|English Language and Comprehension||10|
Books recommended for JIPMER MBBS Preparation
|16 Years’ Solved Papers of JIPMER Medical||Buy Online|
|NCERT Xtract – Objective Physics, Chemistry, Biology||Buy Online|
|Vision Mission JIPMER by T Sudharsan, G Kannan||Buy Online|
JIPMER MBBS 2018 Cut Off
The cut off marks is decided by JIPMER taking into consideration factors like difficulty level of exam, performance of candidates, and seats availability. Last year’s cut offs are given Here. The JIPMER MBBS cut off rank and marks, for each category, will be published along the result and merit list.
Exam Analysis of JIPMER MBBS
Usually, education experts say that JIPMER medical entrance exam is easy. But students choose to differ. They say that JIPMER MBBS previous paper was tougher than what they faced in sample papers of JIPMER or past year papers of JIPMER.
- Physics was moderately tough. Questions were from the syllabus and required implementation of knowledge and calculations. They found it lengthy. If a candidate attempted physics in end then they skipped a few a questions as they could not complete it.
- Chemistry was easy. It was mostly theoretical.
- Biology was moderately tough. Maximum questions were from NCERT only some required knowledge from other books. In one shift students found questions to be more from zoology than botany.
- English and Logical Reasoning was toughest. Students found that to attempt this section was most difficult. They were a bit surprised by the fact some questions in Logical Reasoning were on antonyms and synonym.