JIPMER MBBS 2021 Exam Replaced by NEET 2021

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The Jawaharlal Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) has two campuses, JIPMER Puducherry and JIPMER Karaikal. JIPMER exam conducted a separate entrance test for admission to the MBBS course until 2021. However, with the implementation of the NMC Act, NEET linked the JIPMER exam. The total number of places offered by the two JIPMER campuses combined is 200. NEET is the only entrance test for admission to MBBS courses in India.

Since the admission to JIPMER MBBS course is via NEET, we will discuss only this examination here.

JIPMER MBBS Admission: Highlights of NEET 2021

Name of the Examination

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Competent Authority

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Mode of Examination

Offline

Level of Examination

Undergraduate

Frequency of examination

Annual

Courses offered

MBBS

Number of Seats for JIPMER MBBS

JIPMER Puducherry: 150 seats JIPMER Karaikal: 50 seats

Duration of the examination

3 hours

Medium of examination

English, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Oriya, Assamese, and Urdu

Type of Questions

MCQs

Total Number of Questions

180

Total Marks

720

 

Admission to JIPMER MBBS 2021: Eligibility Criteria for NEET 2021

It is important to check the NEET 2021 eligibility criteria before applying for the exam. Candidates who are not eligible will not be able to apply for NEET. Even if a candidate somehow manages to clear the application process and gains admission to the desired course, the institute reserves the right to cancel their admission. To avoid complications, candidates are advised to meet the eligibility criteria prior to registering for NEET 2021.

Who is eligible to appear for NEET 2021?

Criteria

Details

Nationality

  • Indian Nationals
  • OCI
  • NRI

Qualifying Exam

Class 12 or equivalent

Core subjects for the qualifying examination

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology/ Biotechnology
  • English

Age Limit

Minimum age of 17 years as on December 31, 2021

No upper age limit

Minimum marks required in the qualifying examination

General - 50%

General PWD - 45%

SC/ST/PWD- 40%

JIPMER MBBS 2021 admission process

To apply for admission to the JIPMER MBBS course, a candidate must apply for NEET. As mentioned above, NEET is the only undergraduate medical entrance test in India. The exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

  • Registration for the 2021 NEET exam began on December 2
  • Candidates wishing to apply for NEET 2021 had to register on the official NTA website and fill out the application form.
  • After completing the NEET application form, the candidates had to pay a registration fee to submit it
  • The application / registration fee can be paid online by credit card / debit card / net banking.
  • Upon successful submission of the application form, the candidate will be issued the NEET 2021 admission card
  • You must download and print the admission card to take the entrance test.
  • The NEET 2021 exam will be held on July 26
  • According to the NEET 2021 pattern, the duration of the exam will be 3 hours
  • The question paper will have 180 MCQ-based questions, each weighing four points.
  • Once the exam is successful, NTA will process and announce the NEET result
  • Candidates who qualify for the exam will be called to attend NEET counseling.

Candidates should note that it is important to pass NEET 2021 to apply for admission to JIPMER exam. The institute does not accept the grades / scores of any other entrance test for this purpose.

JIPMER MBBS Admission 2021: Important Dates (NEET 2021)

Events

Dates

Official notification

02-Dec-2021

Registration started

02-Dec-2021

Deadline for registration and submission of application form

06-Jan-2021

Admit card will be released 

First week of July 2021*

NEET 2021 exam day

26-Jul-2021

Result will be announced

Last week of August 2021*

Counselling starts

Last week of August 2021*

 

NEET Exam Centers 2021

NEET 2021 exam centres are allotted on the basis of the preferences filled and the availability of seats in the exam centres opted for by the candidate. 

24 Pargana(North)

Ghaziabad

Nagercoil

Agartala

Godhara

Nagpur

Agra

Gorakhpur

Namakkal

Ahmedabad

Gulbarga/Kalaburgi

Nanded

Ahmednagar

Guntur

Nashik

Aizawl

Gurugram

Navi Mumbai

Ajmer

Guwahati

Nellore

Akola

Gwalior

Noida/Greater Noida

Alappuzha

Haldwani

Palakkad

Allahabad/Prayagraj

Hamirpur

Panaji/Madgaon/Margao

Amravati

Hooghly

Patan

Amritsar

Howrah

Patiala

Anand

Hubli

Patna

Angamaly

Hyderabad

Port Blair

Angul

Imphal

Puducherry

Asansol

Indore

Pune

Aurangabad (Mr)

Itanagar/Naharlagun

Raipur

Balasore/Baleswar

Jabalpur

Rajkot

Bardhaman/Burdwar

Jaipur

Ranchi

Bareilly

Jalandhar

Rangareddy

Bathinda

Jalgaon

Roorkee

Beed

Jammu

Rourkela

Belgaum/Belgavi

Jamshedpur

Salem

Bengaluru

Jhansi

Sambalpur

Berhampur

Jodhpur

Satara

Bhavnagar

Kanchipuram

Shillong

Bhilai/Durg/Bhilai Nagar

Kannur

Shimla

Bhopal

Kanpur

Silchar

Bhubaneshwar

Karimnagar

Siliguri

Bikaner

Karur

Solapur

Bilaspur

Kasaragod

Srinagar

Bokaro

Kavaratti

Surat

Buldhana

Khammam

Tezpur

Chandigarh/Mohali/Panchkula

Kharagpur

Thane

Chennai

Kohima

Thanjavur

Coimbatore

Kolhapur

Thiruvallur

Cuddalore

Kolkata

Thiruvananthapuram

Cuttack

Kollam

Thrissur

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

Kota

Tiruchirappalli

Daman

Kottayam

Tirunelveli

Davanagere

Kozhikode/Calicut

Tirupati

Dehradun

Kurnool

Udaipur

Delhi/New Delhi

Latur

Udupi

Dharwad

Leh

Ujjain

Dibrugarh

Lucknow

Vadodara

Dimapur

Ludhiana

Valsad

Durgapur

Madurai

Varanasi

Ernakulam

Malappuram

Vellore

Faridabad

Mangaluru

Vijayawada

Gandhinagar

Meerut

Visakhapatnam

Gangtok

Mumbai

Warangal

Gaya

Mysuru

 

 

JIPMER MBBS Admissions: Exam Day Guidelines for NEET 2021

What to do for NEET 2021 exam day:

  • Please arrive at the exam center at least 2 hours before the exam
  • Bring proof of valid photo identification such as PAN card, Aadhar card, voter ID, driver's license, etc.
  • Candidates must obtain the admission card signed by the supervisor. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.
  • Candidates must follow the dress code that has been prescribed by NTA.

What not to do for NEET 2021 exam day:

  • Do not bring any textual materials on the day of the test, such as books, paper, etc.
  • Calculators, mobile phones, smart watches, or any other electronic device are prohibited inside the exam room.
  • Do not bring food or drink into the exam room.
  • Don't take a bottle of water

What should you keep ready before filling the application form of JIPMER 2021?

Documents

Specification

Email Id

Must be active for communication

Phone number

Must be active for communication

Photo Id proof

(any of the following)

  • Aadhar / E-Aadhar
  • Passport
  • Voter ID
  • 12th class Board Admit card with photograph
  • Bank passbook with photograph
  • Any other valid Government identity proof with photograph

Scanned copy of recent passport size photograph

  • Photograph should have a white background.
  • The photograph must be taken with a placard held by the candidate. The placard should have the candidate’s name and the date on which the photograph is being clicked.
  • Black and white photographs are not acceptable
  • Photograph must be taken on or after January 31, 2021
  • Dimensions of the photograph must be 30mm width x 45mm height.
  • Save the softcopy as “Candidate Photograph.jpg”
  • Size of the photograph should be between 20 KB – 200 KB.

Scanned copy of Signature

  • Dimension of the signature should be 80mm Width X 35mm height
  • The signature should be on a white paper with a black ballpoint pen
  • Save it as “Candidate Signature.jpg”
  • Size of the signature should be between 20KB – 200 KB.

Caste/ Community Certificate (If applicable)

  • Save it as “Community Certificate”
  • Save it in JPEG/JPG/PDF format.
  • Size should not be more than 800 KB.

PWD Certificate (if applicable)

  • Save it as “PWD Certificate”
  • Save it in JPEG/JPG/PDF format.
  • Size should not be more than 800 KB

Income and Asset Certificate (if applicable)

  • Save it as “Income and Asset Certificate”
  • Save it in JPEG/JPG/PDF format.
  • Size should not be more than 800 KB

 

How to fill out the JIPMER 2021 application form?

Step 1: registration

  • Go to the official JIPMER website - jipmer.edu.in
  • Now click on "Apply Online for JIPMER MBBS 2021"
  • Read the instructions carefully and click "Close"
  • Enter name, date of birth, mobile phone number, and email ID to register.
  • The user ID and password generated by the system will be displayed on the screen.
  • Write down your login details for future reference.

Step 2: fill out the application form

  • Login with user ID and password
  • The application window opens
  • Check the name and date of birth that are pre-filled in the form
  • Fill in the personal data such as father's name, mother's name, gender, etc.
  • Enter grade details (Class XII details)
  • Enter other required details (parent / guardian education, occupation and annual income)
  • Enter current address and proof of identification details
  • Fill in the exam center preferences

Step 3: upload your documents

  • Upload scanned copy of photograph and signature
  • Upload certificate of caste / income and assets / people with disabilities (if applicable)

Step 4: Payment of the application fee

  • Pay the application fee (see table provided below for application fee details)
  • The application fee can be paid by net banking / credit card / debit card.
  • "Preview" the application form and check the details
  • "Submit" the application form after reviewing it thoroughly.

Keep a copy of the final application form for future reference.

JIPMER 2021 application fee

Category

Application Fee (In Rs)

General /Puducherry-General

1500

OBC/ Puducherry-OBC

1500

SC/ ST/ Puducherry ST/ Puducherry ST

1200

NRI/ OCI

3000

PWD/ Puducherry PWD

Exempted

JIPMER Syllabus for Biology

Topics covered in class XI

  • Unit I: Diversity of Living Organisms
  • Unit II: Structural Organisation in Plants & Animals
  • Unit III: Cell: Structure and Function
  • Unit IV: Plant Physiology
  • Unit V: Human Physiology

Topics covered in class XII

  • Unit VI: Reproduction  
  • Unit VII: Genetics and Evolution
  • Unit VIII: Biology and Human Welfare
  • Unit IX: Biotechnology and its Applications
  • Unit X: Ecology and Environment

JIPMER syllabus for Chemistry

Topics covered in class XI

  • Unit I: Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  • Unit II: Structure of Atom
  • Unit III: Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties
  • Unit IV: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure        
  • Unit V: States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
  • Unit VI: Thermodynamics
  • Unit VII: Equilibrium
  • Unit VIII: Redox Reactions          
  • Unit IX: Hydrogen
  • Unit X: s Block Elements
  • Unit XI: Some p Block Elements
  • Unit XII: Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques           
  • Unit XIII: Hydrocarbons
  • Unit XIV: Environmental Chemistry

Topics covered in class XII

  • Unit I: Solid State
  • Unit II: Solutions
  • Unit III: Electrochemistry
  • Unit IV: Chemical Kinetics
  • Unit V: Surface Chemistry
  • Unit VI: Isolation of Elements
  • Unit VII: p Block Elements
  • Unit VIII: d and f Block Elements
  • Unit IX: Coordination Compounds
  • Unit X: Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
  • Unit XI: Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
  • Unit XII: Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
  • Unit XIII: Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen
  • Unit XIV: Biomolecules
  • Unit XV: Polymers
  • Unit XVI: Chemistry in Everyday Life

JIPMER syllabus for physics

Topics covered in class XI

  • Unit I: Physical World and Measurement
  • Unit II: Kinematics
  • Unit III: Laws of Motion
  • Unit IV: Work, Energy and Power
  • Unit V: Motion of System of Particles
  • Unit VI: Gravitation
  • Unit VII: Properties of Bulk Matter
  • Unit VIII: Thermodynamics
  • Unit IX: Kinetic Theory of Gases
  • Unit X: Oscillation & Waves

Topics covered in class XII

  • Unit I: Electrostatics
  • Unit II: Current Electricity
  • Unit III: Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism           
  • Unit IV: Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current
  • Unit V: Electromagnetic Waves
  • Unit VI: Optics
  • Unit VII: Dual Nature of Matter
  • Unit VIII: Atoms & Nuclei
  • Unit IX: Electronic Devices         
  • Unit X: Communication Systems

Understanding the 2021 JIPMER exam pattern

Exam Mode: JIPMER 2021 will be conducted in a computer-based mode.

Shifts and schedules: The 2021 JIPMER exam will be held in two shifts, morning and afternoon. Shifts will be assigned randomly and the candidate will not be able to choose which shift they will be assigned to.

Shift times

Morning shift: 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Afternoon shift: 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Exam Medium: Based on the JIPMER 2021 exam pattern, the exam will be conducted in English only.

Exam duration: Candidates will be given 2 hours and 30 minutes to attempt the exam.

Total number of questions: JIPMER 2021 will evaluate the candidates based on 200 questions. The JIPMER 2021 question paper will be divided into five sections. There is no time limit to attempt a section and the candidate can solve any section first. The following table shows the weight per section of JIPMER 2021.

JIPMER Exam Pattern 2021 - Subject-wise Distribution of Questions

Subjects

Number of Questions

Weightage in JIPMER 2021 exam (Marks)

Physics

60

240

Chemistry

60

240

Biology

60

240

English Language

10

40

Reasoning

10

40

Total

200

800

 

Type of questions: The questions asked in the JIPMER exam will be objective. A candidate will have four options to choose from for each question and he / she has to mark the answer that seems correct.

Marking Scheme: The 2021 JIPMER exam pattern suggests that the exam will have a negative grading system. Important points to remember about the JIPMER 2021 exam grading system are as follows:

  • Questions that are answered will be considered answered
  • Marked for review and answered will be considered answered
  • Marked for review and no response will be considered as unanswered
  • Each answer with a correct answer will receive four (4) points.
  • One (1) mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  • A score of zero (0) will be given to the unanswered question.

JIPMER MBBS 2021 Admissions: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. What exam do I have to take to enter the JIPMER MBBS course?

A. To secure a seat in the JIPMER MBBS course, you must qualify for NEET 2021.

Q. What is the exam date for NEET 2021?

A. NEET 2021 is scheduled for July 26. The exam will take place offline.

Q. Can NEET 2021 be done online?

A. No, the exam will only be taken in offline mode.

Q. How many marks are required to pass NEET 2021?

A. A candidate who falls into the general category must score at least 50 percentile on NEET 2021 to qualify. For candidates belonging to the SC / ST / OBC and PwD categories, the minimum aggregate required is the 40th and 45th percentile respectively.

Q. How many JIPMER MBBS seats will be allocated through NEET 2021?

A. There are currently 200 JIPMER MBBS positions that will be allocated through NEET 2021 counseling.



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