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JIPMER MBBS RESULT 2018, CUT OFF

  • The list of candidates, who have qualified for counseling to the MBBS course at JIPMER, will be declared tentatively on or before the 19th of June 2018.
  • The institution will make the marks or percentile scores of each candidate available on the official website - here
  • Candidates cannot request for rechecking or re-evaluation under any circumstance
  • On the basis of the JIPMER MBBS entrance test results, the merit list will be prepared based on the percentile score of the test takers.

Merit lists:

  • Totally, 10 merit lists will be prepared by the JIPMER based on different category and here are the details in this regard:
    1. Common or UR Merit list
    2. Scheduled Caste List
    3. Scheduled Tribe List
    4. Other Backward Class Merit list
    5. Pondicherry – UR Candidates list
    6. Pondicherry – OBC Candidates list
    7. Pondicherry – SC Candidates list
    8. OPH Candidates List
    9. Pondicherry – OPH Candidates list
    10. NRI/OCI candidates list
  • JIPMER has announced that under each of the above-mentioned list, the total number of candidates to be invited for counseling will be 10 times the number of seats available under each category.
  • Candidates will not receive any separate letters and the same rule applies both to selected candidates and those in waiting list. So, candidates are recommended to regularly check the official website of JIPMER then and there.
  • Selected candidates will have to attend the counseling at their own cost on the date notified.
  • OPH candidates will have to attend the medical examination a day prior to the day of counseling schedule to certify their eligibility against the category.
  • Merit ranking would be prepared based on the percentile score after normalization.
  • The minimum percentile required for UR/OCI and NRI candidates is 50, for UR-OPH, it is 45 and for SC/ST/OBC – OPH, the minimum required percentile is 40.
  • Candidates, who secure less than the minimum percentile in the entrance test, will not be considered for admission and their names will not come under the merit list.
  • However, in the case of candidates under NRI/OCI category, who have opted for admission under self-financing scheme at the time of application, will be included in the merit list even if they secure less than the minimum percentile for the 6 seats reserved for candidates under NRI/OCI category.

Resolving ties:

  • In case two or more candidate secure the same percentile in the entrance test, their merit will be resolving in the order given below:
    1. Biology: A candidate will be declared to have secured higher ranking, if his/her biology score is higher.
    2. Chemistry: If the biology marks do not break the tie, the candidate, who has earned higher percentile in chemistry, will be considered.
    3. Physics: If the biology and chemistry marks do not break the tie, the candidate, who has earned higher percentile in physics, will be considered.
    4. English language and comprehension: If the tie is not broken by the above-mentioned three subjects, candidate with higher percentile in English will be considered.
    5. Logical and quantitative reasoning: If the above-mentioned four methods do not work, the percentile in this section will be considered.
    6. Age: If the tie continues, candidate elder with respect to age will be considered as the individual with higher rank for admission.

Counseling:

  • Candidates called for counseling will have to report at the venue on the date and time specified in the call letter.
  • On the day of counseling, there will be biometric finger print verification and image verification of the candidate. In the case of any mismatch, the applicant will not be allowed to attend the counseling and also legal action might be taken against the candidate.
  • Along with one set of self-attested copies, the following certificates are to be submitted by the candidates at the time of counseling:
    • Recently taken six color passport size photographs
    • In the case of OPH candidates, medical certificate should be submitted
    • In the case of candidates from Puducherry, they should submit their residence certificate or employer certificate.
    • TC from the head of the previously studied institution
    • OBC candidates will have to submit their proof of their community
    • For OBC/SC/ST Candidates, they must submit the community or caste certificate that was recently obtained from a competent authority, who is not less than the rank of a Tahsildar.
    • Residence certificate should have been obtained from a competent authority, not less than the rank of a Tahsildar.
    • Conduct and character certificate from the head of the previously studied institution
    • Statement of marks of the qualifying examination
    • Pass Certificate of the qualifying examination
    • Proof of DOB, which can be birth certificate or class X certificate
    • Rank Letter
    • Hall Ticket
  • In the case of NRI candidates, they should submit a recent NRI Status certificate of the parent or candidate as issued by the Indian Embassy of the respective nation with the seal of the Embassy.
  • In the case of Overseas Citizens of India, they must submit the certificate of Registration for OCI.

Admission rules:

  • Admission of all candidates will be based purely on merit, the category to which they belong and also the availability of seats at the time of counseling.
  • Candidates should report on the due date as mentioned in their admission letter, failing which they will have to forfeit the right towards admission.
  • At any time, if the admission authorities of JIPMER find that the admission has been offered on the basis of incorrect or false information or documents and on the suppression of the relevant fact, the admission offered or that already completed shall remain cancelled, irrespective of the stage of the course.
  • So, candidates are warned against indulging in such action in their own interest.
  • No candidate, regardless of whether they are Indian or a foreign national, he/she will be admitted to the MBBS course after the 30th of September of the year 2018.
  • No candidate, except foreign nationals will be admitted under any circumstances after the 30th of September will be eligible for appearing to the first professional examination only with the next batch of students.

Cut-off Trend:

  • Candidates can judge the cut-off marks for JIPMER MBBS 2018 based on the past trend for the year 2015 and 2014 for different category candidates, which is given in the following table:

Category of candidates

2015 opening cut off

2014 opening cut off

General

187

172

General OPH

169

99

OBC Non-creamy layer

183

161

OBC OPH

163

95

SC

177

157

ST

170

142

NRI/OCI

178

159

Puducherry unreserved category

183

149

Puducherry OBC

183

128

Puducherry SC

138

122

 

  • Without any doubt JIPMER is a popular name in the medical education arena in India
  • Hard work will really pay off candidates in finding a seat in this institution for their dream medical course.

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