JIPMER 2016 Entrance Exam

JIPMER Entrance Test (MBBS/UG):

  JIPMER is a national level medical entrance test carried out by Jawaharlal Institute of Post graduate Medical Education and Research. This exam is conducted every year in the month of June for filling 150 MBBS seats in JIPMER Pondicherry.

JIPMER Seat allocation:

  JIPMER seat allocation for the year 2015 is:

Number of MBBS seats for General category: 50

Number of MBBS seats for OBC category: 28

Number of MBBS seats for SC category: 16

Number of MBBS seats for ST category: 11

Remaining seats are for Pondicherry residents and NRI quota.

JIPMER 2014 seat allocation is similar to that of JIPMER 2015.

 

Eligibility criteria:

  • The candidate must be completed 17 years as on 31st December 2016.
  • Candidate must be Indian.
  • Candidate must have secured 50% in all science subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Biochemistry and English in 12th Board examination from a recognized University or College.
  • Candidate who is currently pursuing 12th standard can also apply for this exam. But however, he has to submit all his original certificates during the time of admission.

Pattern and syllabus of JIPMER:

Total number of questions: 200

Types of question: Multiple choice objective questions

Marking scheme:

 Each correct attempt carries one mark. No negative mark is applicable. No Mark is considered for “no answer” or “multiple answers”.

Duration of the examination: 150 minutes

Subject wise questions:

  English and comprehension: 10

  Physics: 60

  Chemistry: 60

  Biology/Biochemistry: 60

  Logic and quantitative questions: 10

 

How to apply for JIPMER?

  Those who wish to apply for JIPMER please check the below details:

  • Fees for the application form (General Candidates) : Rs.1000/-
  • Fees for the application form (reserved category): Rs.880/-
  • Candidates can apply for this exam only through online mode.
  • The application fees can be paid either by debit card, credit card or e-challan.
  • Please fill in the required details of the candidates very carefully. These details are reflected in your admit card.
  • Click on submit button.
  • Check the status of your application form every time in the official website of JIPMER.

 

JIPMER official contact address:

JIPMER,

Dhanvantri Nagar,

Gorimedu,

Puducherry-605006

Official website is: http://jipmer.edu.in

 

Important dates for JIPMER 2016: (Tentative)

Applications availability dates: Between first week of March 2016 to first week of May 2016.

Candidates have to apply only through online mode for this exam.

Last date of the registration: First week of May 2016

Admit cards available from: Second week of May 2016

Examination to be held on: June 2016 (Tentative by now)

 

Admit card for JIPMER 2016:

  Admit card for JIPMER 2016 will be available only before a month of the examination. Admit card may contain all the important details of the student taking part in the examination. Informations such as Name, Choice of examination city, registration number, application number, date of birth and so on will be included in the admit card. This card is a very important document without which a student is not allowed inside the examination hall.

 Admit card is a main document which must be submitted during the counselling or admission process. Thus, students must keep it safely even after the exam gets over. You can download and take multiple copies of admit card when it is released on the official site prior the examination. Along with this admit card, students please note to take your stamp size and passport size photographs always with you.

 

Result declaration:

  JIPMER 2016 exam is to be held on first week of June 2016. Results of JIPMER 2016 are expected to be declared on second week of June 2016. But, however, keep checking the official site of JIPMER for any official information. Result declaration will have candidates name, roll number, total marks in all subjects and subject wise marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English and Logical reasoning.

 

JIPMER 2015 Result analysis:

  JIPMER 2015 was conducted on June 7, 2015. Sources say, total number of students who participated in this exam are 1, 37,000. This exam was taken place in 75 cities with 581 exam centres across India. Students felt that the examination level was moderate to tough. Physics were tough for few whereas English comprehension and reasoning part was tricky for other students. Biology was easiest compared to other sections.

Counselling:

 As soon as the results are announced, merit list of the students are prepared and displayed in the official website of JIPMER. Selected students will get a call from the JIPMER to attend the counselling session. Student must be present at the respected venue during the time of counselling to get admission in their desired course in JIPMER.

 JIPMER stands fourth position in the top most five institutions of India next to AIIMS (Delhi), CMC (Vellore) and AFMC (Pune). Just like other prestigious institutes, it is great to get admission in JIPMER medical institute. So, students try to prepare well for this exam. All the best to crack this JIPMER.

 

 

JIPMER 2016 Syllabus

JIPMER Syllabus:

   JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research) is an important medical entrance examination in India. More than one lakh students take part in this exam every year to get admission to the MBBS course in JIPMER, Pondicherry.

 

Advantages of taking part in JIPMER:

  • JIPMER is the fourth top most medical institution of India next to AIIMS, CMC and AFMC.
  • JIPMER examination contains no negative marking scheme. Thus, students can attend all questions in the question booklet.
  • Questions are mostly direct and not much twisted when compared to other medical entrance examination.

Syllabus of JIPMER:

   Here is the syllabus of JIPMER 2016. This is the reference from JIPMER 2015. Thus, students have to keep on checking the official site of JIPMER to know the latest syllabus.

The pattern of the exam covers:

Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English and Logical reasoning.

Total number of questions: 200 (Only multiple choice of questions)

Duration of the exam: Two hours and 30 minutes

 

Questions subject wise:

 Physics: 60

Chemistry: 60

Biology: 60

English: 10

Logical reasoning: 10

Syllabus is covered from the 12th standard board examination questions.

 

Chemistry:

  • Basic concepts in Chemistry:

 Physical quantities and measurement in Chemistry, Matter and its nature, laws of chemical combinations, atomic, molecular, masses mole concept, chemical stoichiometry.

  • Atomic structure:

 Thomson’s and Rutherford atomic models, Bohr’s model of hydrogen atom, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, angular momentum and magnetic electronic spin and spin quantum numbers, Aufbau principle, Hund’s rule, electronic configurations of elements.

  • States of matter:

 Three states of matter, Kinetic theory of gases, real gas and deviation from ideal behavior, intermolecular forces, solids and liquids.

  • Chemical energetic:

 Basic concepts in thermodynamics, thermochemical equations, enthalpy changes during phase transformation, Hess’s law, standard enthalpies of formation, bond enthalpies.

  • Classification of elements and periodicity in properties:

 Modern periodic law and present form of periodic table, electronic configuration and types of elements and s,p,d,f, periodic trends in properties and elements.

  • Basic principles of organic chemistry:

Tetravalence of carbon, general introduction to naming organic compounds, electronic displacement in covalent bond, Fission of covalent bond, carbocations and carbonanions.

  • Chemistry in everyday life:

Chemicals in food, cleansing agents such as soaps, detergents, cleansing action, rocket propellants, chemicals in medicine.

  • Hydrocarbons:

Alkanes and cycloalkanes, alkenes and alkynes, aromatic hydrocarbons, petroleum and petrochemicals.

  • Purification and characterization of carbon compounds:

Purification of carbon compounds, qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, determination of molecular masses.

  • General principles and processes of isolation of elements:

 Methods and principles of extraction, occurrence and principles of extraction of Al, Cu, Zn, Fe.

To refer the detailed syllabus of JIPMER model paper please check the following link:

https://entranceindia.com/jipmer-medical-ug-model-papers-10-sets/

 

Physics:

  • Introduction and measurement:

 Need for measurement in physical quantities, units for measurement, systems of unit, dimensions of physical quantities, orders of magnitude, random and instrumental errors, Trignometric functions.

  • Description of motion in two and three dimensions:

 Vectors in two or three dimension, vector addition and multiplication, scalar and vector products, motion in two dimensions, general relation among position-velocity-acceleration for motion in a plane and circular motion.

  • Description of motion in one dimension:

 Objects in motion in one dimension, motion in straight line, uniform, non-uniform motion, speed and velocity, relative velocity, average speed and instantaneous velocity, Uniformly accelerated motion, acceleration in one dimensional motion.

  • Laws of motion:

 Force and inertia, Momentum, conservation of momentum, rocket propulsion, static and kinetic frictions, rolling frictions, lubrications, inertial and non-inertial frames.

  • Rotational motion:

 Centre of mass of rigid body, nature of rotational motion, torque, angular momentum and its geometrical and physical meaning, conservation of angular momentum, moment of inertia and its significance, comparison between translatory (linear) and rotational motion.

  • Gravitation:

 Universal law of gravitation, inertial and gravitational mass, orbital velocity, geostationary satellites, gravitational potential, escape velocity and weightlessness.

  • Oscillations:

 Periodic and oscillatory motions, simple harmonic motion, resonance and damped oscillations with examples.

  • Magnetic effects of current:

 Oersted’s observation, magnetic field due to straight wire, circular loop and solenoid, forces and torques on currents in a magnetic field, forces between two currents, definition of amphere, ammeter and voltemeter.

To refer the syllabus in detail, please check out the following link:

https://entranceindia.com/jipmer/jipmer-mbbs-sample-paper/

 

Biology:

  • Diversity in living organisms
  • Human Physiology
  • Ecology and environment
  • Cell structure and function
  • Plant physiology
  • Biology and human welfare
  • Biotechnology
  • Genetics and evolution
  • Structural organizations in animals and plants

 

English and comprehension:

  This is divided into three sections such as

Section A:

 Reading passages and note making

Section B:

 Writing skills

Sections C:

 Literature and long reading text.

English section also covers synonyms, antonyms and some vocabulary.

 

Logical reasoning:

  Questions from Analogy test, Logical deduction, figure formation and analysis, questions on figure matrix, etc.

 Before start preparing for JIPMER be clear with the syllabus of JIPMER 2016. Prepare your study strategy according to the syllabus. Concentrate more on important and repeated questions. Never waste your time in learning less important topics. Be clear and confident to clear JIPMER examination.