JIPMER PG 2020
JIPMER PG 2020: The Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research conducts JIPMER PG entrance exam twice a year for admission into various postgraduate medical courses. The authority will organize the JIPMER PG 2020 in two sessions namely January session and July session. Candidates will have to apply for the JIPMER PG exam in order to seek admission into MD/MS Degree program offered by the institute.
The JIPMER PG exam is considered one of the toughest exams in the country. To crack the exam, candidates will need to put extra efforts and study hard. Through this article, candidates will get complete and in-depth information on the JIPMER PG 2020 entrance exam. Interested candidates can refer to the article for details on the Eligibility Criteria, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Application form, Result etc.
News: The application form for JIPMER PG 2020 has been now released.
JIPMER PG 2020 Important Exam Dates
Check out the official dates for July 2020 and Jan 2021 session below
|Activities||July 2020 Session||Jan 2021 Session|
|Date of application process starts||04 Mar 2020||16 Sep 2020|
|Last date of application form||09 Apr 2020||21 Oct 2020|
|Hall ticket date||28 Apr – 16 May 2020||To be updated|
|Date of entrance exam||16 May 2020||06 Dec 2020|
|Merit list will be released||26 May 2020||To be updated|
|Rank letter available from||To be updated||To be updated|
|Counselling(1st round)||11 Jun 2020||23 Dec 2020|
|Counselling(2nd round)||To be updated||To be updated|
|Counselling(3rd round)||To be updated||To be updated|
|Counselling(final round)||To be updated||09 Feb 2021|
|Other admission formalities||29 Jun 2020||To be updated|
|Admission letter will be issued along with hostel accommodation letter||30 Jun 2020||To be updated|
|Course will start from||01 Jul 2020||To be updated|
|Admission end||31 Aug 2020||27 Feb 2021|
Read the basic eligibility for appearing in JIPMER PG entrance test 2020:
Nationality: An applicant must be Indian national or OCI. The NRI candidates will have to route their application through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi. NRI candidates will additionally have to take prior permission from the Medical Council of India before applying for the JIPMER PG exam.
Educational Qualification: Applicants must possess a valid MBBS Degree or its equivalent recognized by Medical Council of India.
Compulsory Internship: An applicant must have finished 12 months of compulsory rotatory Internship/Practical Training on or before 31st December 2019.
Minimum Marks Required: An applicant must have secured 55% aggregate marks (50% marks for SC/ST) in the qualifying examination (MBBS or its equivalent).
JIPMER PG 2020 Application form
The Application form for JIPMER 2020 will be available only via online mode by visiting the official website. Only those candidates can fill the application form who satisfy the eligibility criteria specified by the authority. Candidates will have to fill the particulars in the application form very carefully as no correction facility will be provided once the form is submitted successfully. Applicants will also need to pay a requisite amount of application fee to submit their applications successfully. Candidates also need to keep a scanned copy of the photographs and signature to upload the same while filling the application form. Candidates should keep a printout of the application form for further reference.
Check out the updated info about exam pattern:
- The entrance exam will be conducted in online mode only i.e. through Computer based test.
- The duration of the exam is 3 Hours.
- The paper will be conducted in English language only.
- For each correct answer, a candidate will be awarded 4 marks while for each wrong response, 1 mark will be deducted.
- There will be a total of 250 questions asked in the exam.
|Topics||No. of Questions||Total Marks|
|Basic Clinical Sciences(Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Microbiology and Forensic Medicine & Toxicology)||100||400|
|Clinical Sciences(Obstetrics & Gynecology, Community Medicine, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Medicine, Radio-diagnosis, Radiotherapy, Surgery, Orthopedics, ENT, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Emergency Medicine, Nuclear Medicine, Blood Transfusion Medicine and Pulmonary Medicine)||150||600|
How to Prepare for the JIPMER PG 2020 Exam?
The level of the JIPMER PG exam will going to be tough but that shouldn’t deter a candidate from appearing in it. Candidates need to put extra efforts to crack the exam. With the right guidance and strategy, it will be a little easy for the candidates to clear the exam. However, candidates should note that there is no substitute for hard work. Therefore, candidates are suggested to prepare for the exam whole-heartedly. Given below are some tips on how to prepare for the JIPMER PG examination which will help a candidate in the exam-
- Study from a reliable source. Avoid using multiple resources as a reference. Study from a few sets of books and revise it over and over.
- Avoid reading new topics at the last moment.
- Practice previous year paper & solve mock tests. Learn time management in solving the sample papers.
- Clear basic first and then proceed to the complex concepts.
- Prepare a time table and follow it regularly.
- Eat healthy food and maintain your health. Participate in Indoor/outdoor activities to freshen up your mind.
Reference Books for JIPMER PG
- Obstetrics and Gynecology: Sakshi Arora
- Ophthalmology: B Ram Gopal, Ruchi Rai
- Anatomy: Arvind Arora, Rachana Chaurasiya
- Biochemistry: Rebecca James
- Forensic Medicine: Narayan Reddy, Dr Gaurav Aggarwal
- Pharmacology: Sparsh Gupta & Gobind Rai Garg
- Medicine Dermatology And Venereology: Mudit Khanna, Vivek Jain
- Microbiology: Rachana Chaurasiya
- Physiology: Soumen Manna, Arvind Arora
- Pathology: Sparsh Gupta
- Pediatrics: Taruna Mehra, Arvind Arora
- Psychiatry: Vivek Jain
- Radio diagnosis & Radiotherapy: Sumit Seth, Vivek Jain
- Social And Preventive Medicine: Vivek Jain
- Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics & Anesthesia: Pritesh Singh, Ruchi Rai, Apurv Mehra
Candidates can download their admit card for JIPMER PG by visiting the official website. No other modes except the online mode will be entertained by the authority.The admit card will contain all the necessary details such as exam center, reporting time, applicant’s name etc. Candidates should note that they can’t request for correction in the admit card. The entry to the exam hall will be permitted to only those candidate who possesses the admit card for the exam along with a valid ID proof. Only Aadhar/ E-Aadhar with validated digital signature and Passport will be considered as id proof. However, candidates from Assam, Meghalaya, and J&K can bring any of these as ID proof-
- Driving License
- Any other valid Government identity Proof with a photograph
- Bank Passbook with a photograph
- Voter ID Card
Result & Counselling
Candidates can check their result via online mode. The authority will publish a merit list based on the percentile score of the candidates. The merit list will also be published category-wise apart from the overall merit list. The shortlisted candidates will be called for the counselling process. No individual letters will be sent to the candidates pertaining to the counselling. Hence, candidates need to regularly visit the website for latest updates on the JIPMER PG 2020 Exam. Qualified candidates will have to report at the counselling center where their documents will undergo the verification process. The counseling will be carried out in many rounds. During the counselling, candidates can choose their discipline or opt out from the current session of the counselling to sit for next round.
Final Selection Process
On selecting a discipline in the counselling process, candidates will then go through a medical examination and biometric verification. Once the verification and medical checkup is finished, candidates will be issued the admission letter. On procuring the admission letter, candidates need to join the institute and pay the requisite fee mentioned in the selection letter. Failing to join the institute within the given time will result in the cancellation of the candidate’s enrollment.