JIPMER PG Medical 2015 Entrance Examination Syllabus

The Entrance Examination will be of the standard of MBBS Examination. Question paper consists of both part I & part II :

PART I : Basic Clinical Sciences including Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology and Forensic Medicine & Toxicology.

PART II : Clinical Sciences including Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Community Medicine, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, ENT, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Radio-diagnosis and Radio-therapy.

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JIPMER PG Medical 2015 Entrance Exam Centre

 

JIPMER PG 2015 TEST CENTRES
Sl. No. Exam City Sl. No. Exam City
1 Bengaluru 7 Kolkata
2 Bhopal 8 Lucknow
3 Bhubaneswar 9 New Delhi
4 Chennai 10 Mumbai
5 Coimbatore 11 Puducherry
6 Guwahati 12 Trivandrum

 

  • No request for change of center would be considered under any circumstances.
  •  The Allotment of Exam City by the Institute will be final and binding.
  •  In case of any unforeseen circumstances the Exam City can be cancelled at any point of  time and a new Exam City can be allotted en bloc with due intimation in newspapers /  website.  
  • The Entrance Examination will be held on February, 2015 (Sunday).  

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JIPMER PG 2015 Medical Eligibility

ESSENTIAL:

(a) Nationality :

i) Indian Nationals:-  Applicant must be an Indian National.

ii) For Overseas Citizen of India (OCI):-

OCI registered under Section 7A of Citizenship Act 1955 are also eligible to appear in this test and all terms and conditions applicable for Indian Nationals given in this Prospectus will be  applicable to them. The candidate should submit proof of Registration as OCI under Section 7A  of Citizenship Act 1955 at the time of counseling.

(b) Educational :

The candidates must possess MBBS or an equivalent Degree recognized by the Medical Council  of India.

(c) Experience:

Must have either completed or due to complete One Year Internship (Rotatory Housemanship)  training by 31st March 2015*.
[*Candidates likely to complete internship by 31-03-2015 only can take up the Entrance Examination. No condonation of Compulsory Rotating Internship beyond this date shall be  accepted].

(d) Application Status:

Candidates who have already done / completed MD/MS in any subject in any Institution are not  eligible for admission to MD/MS course at JIPMER.

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JIPMER PG 2015 Medical Entrance Exam Pattern

On-Line Based Distributed Object System of Examination

  • The Entrance Examination is common to all and consists of 250 single best response type MCQs  and will cover all subjects. The Entrance Examination will be of the standard of MBBS Examination.

Question paper consists of a total of 250 Questions distributed in:

  • Basic Clinical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology  and Forensic Medicine & Toxicology).   and – 100 Questions
  • Clinical Sciences (Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Community Medicine, Pediatrics,  Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, ENT, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Radio-diagnosis and  Radio-therapy). – 150 Questions

1. There shall be only one paper of three hours duration consisting of 250 Multiple Choice  Questions.

2. All questions will be of one best / correct response type having four alternatives.

3. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect response and  negative mark will be given.

4. Each answer with correct response shall be awarded Four Marks.

5. ZERO mark will be given for the questions not answered.

6. Negative marks will be given for incorrect response. For every incorrect response, ONE  mark will be deducted.

7. The response of the candidate for a question(s), on click of “submit button” before closing of  Examination shall be considered as the response chosen by the candidate.

8. Candidates should report at the Exam City latest by 8.00 am. No entry will be permitted after  10.00 am.

9. The Mode of Examination is On-line based Distributed Object System Examination consisting of  250 single best response type multiple choice questions.

10. Biometric authentication through digital device and hard copy of signature and fingerprint in  attendance sheet will be taken. Cooperation of the candidate is solicited.

11. JIPMER reserves the right to reschedule the date / time of the Examination, depending upon local  conditions.

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About JIPMER PG 2015

  •  Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry  (JIPMER) under Government of India since the year 1956, is one of the leading Medical  Institutions of India. Spread over a sprawling 195 acre campus in an urban locale of  Puducherry (formerly Puducherry) JIPMER is 170kms. by road from Chennai. 
  •  JIPMER was declared as an Institution of National Importance by a Parliamentary Act, i.e. JIPMER, Puducherry, Act, 2008. A copy of the Act was Gazette notified on 14-7-2008 to  enforce this Act. Prior to this the Institute was functioning under the administrative control  of Directorate General of Health Service, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi. 
  •  The Institution is now empowered to award Medical Degrees, Diplomas, etc., under the  clauses 23 & 24 of the said Act. Such Degrees / Diploma, etc., shall be deemed to be  included in the schedules to the respective Acts governing Medical Council of India, Indian  Nursing Council and Dental Council of India, entitling the holders to the same privileges as  those attached to the equivalent awards from the recognized Universities of India. 
  •  Admission to all Professional Courses at JIPMER is through an Entrance Examination  conducted by JIPMER at various centers in India once a year. In addition certain categories  of students are admitted through nominations by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,  Government of India. 
  •  JIPMER imparts Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG) and Super Specialty Medical  Training through a working hospital (JIPMER Hospital) with bed strength of 2559 and a  Nursing College. M.B.B.S., B.Sc., M.Sc., M.D., M.S, Degree Courses are offered in 37  various disciplines. Super Specialty departments of Cardiology, Neurology, Cardiothoracic  Surgery, Neurosurgery, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Neonatology, Clinical  Immunology, Clinical Pharmacology, Clinical Hematology, Nephrology, Medical Oncology,  Endocrinology, Surgical Oncology and Surgical Gastroenterology also offer D.M./ M.Ch.  Courses. Full-time Ph.D. Programs are available in eight disciplines as on date. 
  •  JIPMER ensures that teaching methods employed, facilities and content of the programs  are in line with the latest innovations with a strong science base. JIPMER promotes  teaching and training through small seminars, didactic lectures, and wide range of clinical  and laboratory experiences, independent thinking and relevant research. JIPMER Hospital  provides free medical care accessible to the poorer sections of society.

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PGIMER 2015 Syllabus

The  PGIMER 2015  entrance examination syllabus consist , all subjects of  M.B.B.S  course . The subjects are listed below :

  • Applied Anatomy
  • Applied Biochemistry
  • Immunogenetic & Molecular Biology
  • Applied Physiology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Microbilogy
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Social & Preventive Medicine
  • Medicine
  • Paediatrics
  • Dermatology
  • Psychiatry
  • Radiodiagnosis
  • Radiotherapy
  • Surgery
  • ENT
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Ophthalmology
  • Anaesthesia
  • Obst. & Gynaecology

 

 

PGIMER 2015 Exam Pattern

The procedure for selection of candidates will be as under:

a)  Candidate will be called for the selection of  MD/MS courses based on a theory paper carrying 100 marks consisting of 250 multiple choice question (MCQs) with five alternative each and single/ multiple correct responses : Negative marks will be given for incorrect responses marked. Duration of the examination is 3 hours. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall before 1 ½ hours. The number of questions in each subject studied by the candidates during MBBS is appended below:

  • Applied Anatomy – 6
  • Applied Biochemistry-12
  • Immunogenetic & Molecular Biology-10
  • Applied Physiology-6
  • Pathology – 15
  • Pharmacology – 12
  • Microbilogy – 12
  • Forensic Medicine – 6
  • Social & Preventive Medicine-7
  • Medicine-36
  • Paediatrics-12
  • Dermatology-6
  • Psychiatry-6
  • Radiodiagnosis-6
  • Radiotherapy-6
  • Surgery-36
  • ENT-10
  • Orthopaedic Surgery – 10
  • Ophthalmology – 10
  • Anaesthesia-6
  • Obst. & Gynaecology-20

b)  Merit list based on the percentile obtained by the candidates in the theory examination will be prepared for each category of candidates. Candidates of various categories who secure percentile in the theory as mentioned against each category will qualify for admission:

  Open (General) and Sponsored/Deputed                        : 55th percentile

  OBC, OPH, SC/ST, Rural Area & Foreign Nationals       : 50th percentile

  Bhutanese Nationals                                                     : 45th percentile

c)  Candidates are requested to attend the interview strictly in order of merit in the respective merits lists as the marks obtained by them in the theory examination. The number of candidates to be called for the interview will be three times the total number of seats to be filled in each category of candidates, provided the candidates fulfill the cut off points mentioned above. The selection will be finalized only after the candidates are interviewed by the Selection Committee. The Interview with the Selection Committee is mandatory. A candidate who is absent at the time of interview will not be considered for admission. However he/she is eligible to appear in 2nd/3rd counseling. The interview with the Selection Committee does not carry any marks. There will not be any clinical/practical examination.

d) The reserved categories are also eligible to compete under the general category seats (open category). Thus, in addition to category wise list, a combined General Category merit list of all the candidates will also be prepared.

e) In exceptional circumstances, if a candidate reports for counseling after his/her turn, he/she will be considered for admission only against the subject available at that time.

 

PGIMER 2015 Eligibility

To be eligible for admission to MD/MS/MHA course a candidate must possess the following qualifications:

a) MBBS  passed or its equivalent qualification from a University/Institute recognized by Medical Council of India.

b) Must have either completed or due to complete one year internship (rotatory housemanship) training by 30th June/31st December for July and January session respectively.

c) Must be registered with  Central / State Medical Registration Council

 

The Right Time to Prepare for JEE 2015 is NOW!

Sometimes despite preparing well in time for the exam we feel unsure about it. But at times though we might start late, we feel much confidant. So it is basically not about how much time we put into the preparations, but how focussed we are and what kind of methodology we follow. This whole idea is to imply that it is still not late to start preparing for JEE 2015!

  •  Understand Syllabus and Pattern 

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 If you are still thinking about beginning your preparations, then understanding the syllabus and pattern of JEE 2015 is best way to strategize your preparation. Find your strong and weak points, then accordingly plan how to go about it.

 

  • JEE and Boards – Prepare Simultaneously

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The new selection system gives importance to the Class XII board marks as well, so you must prepare for both the exams together! Start with the NCERT problems as your 12th class boards depend on it. Also, they are the building blocks (basics) for the JEE syllabus. Thus, thorough the NCERT syllabus. 

  •  Managing Time 

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Exam pressure takes a toll on everyone and as the clock goes on ticking away, the confusion starts getting deeper and deeper. So in the beginning itself, devote time equally to all the 3 subjects. Map your strengths and weaknesses. Devote time accordingly. Also, try and finish topic by topic and not in a haphazard way.

 

  •  Find the Right Resources

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There are numerous books and material available for JEE preparation in the market. But you just can’t buy everything, right? Even if you buy ten books, there would be many others with problems of different types. So instead of going behind too many resources, stick to your textbooks, class notes and coaching class study material. A thorough preparation of these with a strong command over the basics is enough to do the trick! 

  • Month- wise Planning

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Apart from the time management, make a monthly time table to track your progress. As you would go on finishing topic, you will start feeling more and more confident about your preparations. You can finish the course ideally by Feb and in the month of Feb you can do a thorough revision for the Board exams falling in March 2015. And in April and May 2015 you devote all the time for revision of your JEE study material, revision of concepts, theories and formulae and for solving mock tests and practice papers.

  •  Don’t Fall for Selective Studying

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If you have prepared well and if you would know the seriousness of JEE 2015, you would not tend to go to the important topics. But one thing is rather important to understand that all the 3 subjects are important and have to be completed simultaneously. Also, the syllabus for Class 11 and 12 contribute about 45% and 55% respectively of IIT- JEE question papers. So prepare accordingly.

  •  Stay Away from Negative Influence

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There might be relatives or acquaintances who would try to demotivate you or pull you down. Do not listen to them. They would just make it difficult for you. At the end it is just your will-power and confidence which will take you to places. There are students who clear competitive exams despite lack of any resources. So just listen to your heart and be amongst those who support you and believe in you.

 

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