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Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research


JIPMER PG 2024 Application Form will soon be available online. This is a national-level entrance exam conducted by the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER) twice a year, in January and July sessions. To secure admission to PG medical courses, candidates must pass the INI CET and INI SS exams. These exams are organized by AIIMS and offer entry into MD/MS and DM/M.Ch courses.
Candidates who want to pursue 3 and 6-year PG medical programs at various AIIMS, JIPMER, and other participating institutions must qualify for the INI CET and INI SS exams. For more detailed information about JIPMER PG 2024 Admission, please refer to the complete article.

What is JIPMER?
JIPMER stands for Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research. It is a prestigious medical institute in India that offers medical education and conducts medical research. JIPMER provides training for doctors and offers various undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses. It is known for its high standards in medical education and healthcare research.


Name of Exam 
JIPMER PG Full-Form Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate
Medical Education and Research
Exam type  UG & PG Level
Exam Level  National
Courses Offered Medical Courses (MD/MS/DM/MCH)
Authorities  Body Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate
Medical Education and Research
Application Mode  Online
Mode of Exam Online
Duration of Exam  150 Minutes (2 hours, 30 minutes)


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  • Nationality: Indian/Overseas Citizen of India
  • Age Limit: 17 years by December 31, 2024 (no upper age limit)
  • Qualifying Exam: 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized board
  • Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, English, and one elective subject
  • Minimum Marks: 50% aggregate (40% for OBC/SC/ST/PH, 45% for GEN-OPH)
  • Must pass each subject individually
  • Appearing Candidates: Eligible if taking the qualifying exam in March/April 2024



For Nursing 

  • Nationality: Indian citizen
  • Age Limit: Minimum age of 17 by December 31, 2024
  • Qualification: Passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized board
  • Subjects: 12th level with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Botany and Zoology), and English
  • Minimum Marks: 50% (45% for PwD, 40% for SC/ST) in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Botany, and zoology combined at the qualifying exam


For Nursing 

  • Qualification: B.Sc. Nursing degree from a recognized institution
  • Minimum Marks: 50% in qualifying exam
  • Registration: Must be registered with the State Registration Council of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Experience: At least 1 year of work experience in a hospital, College, School of Nursing, or Community Health Program.



The exam includes questions from:

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology (Botany and Zoology)
  • English Language and Comprehension
  • Logical and Quantitative Reasoning

Exam Pattern

No. of Questions Marks
Physics 35 140
15 40
Botany 35 140
15 40
Zoology 35 140
15 40
Chemistry 35 140
15 40
Total 200 720

Exam Paper

  • Exam Mode: Computer Based Test (CBT/Online)
  • Type of Questions: Multiple choice questions (MCQs) only
  • Time Duration: 90 minutes for solving the questions
  • Medium: English
  • Total Questions: 100 questions in the paper


Marking Scheme:
B.Sc. Nursing: 1 mark for each correct answer
M.Sc. Nursing: 4 marks for each correct answer

Negative Marking:
B.Sc. Nursing: No negative marking
M.Sc. Nursing: 1 mark deducted for each wrong answer


Exam Prepare

Understand the Exam Pattern: Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern, including the number of questions, sections, and the marking scheme. This will help you plan your time and strategy effectively.

Time Management: Allocate a specific amount of time for each section based on your strengths and weaknesses. Stick to this schedule during the exam to ensure you have time for all sections.

Study Materials: Use official JIPMER study materials, previous year question papers, and recommended textbooks to prepare. They will give you an idea of the types of questions asked.

Mock Examinations: Engaging in a substantial number of mock exams is highly recommended. It grants you a thorough understanding of the exam's digital structure, enhances your speed, and highlights potential areas that require remedial attention.

Wellness Priorities: Uphold a wholesome lifestyle throughout the preparation phase. Ensure ample sleep, consume a balanced diet, and engage in regular physical activity. A fit and vigilant body and mind often outperform in examinations.

Revision: Allocate time for regular revision of what you've studied. It helps reinforce your memory and boosts your confidence.

Maintain Composure: When the day of the examination arrives, ensure you remain poised and concentrated. Practices such as deep breath inhalation and exhalation can assist in lessening nervousness. Should you come across challenging queries, avoid anxiety; instead, proceed further and revisit them when necessary.

Important Reminder: Focus intensively on the phrasing of each question. A misinterpretation can result in incorrect responses.

Exam Important Date

Dates 2024
Opening Dates  24th May 2024
Closing Dates  20th June 2024
Admit card Dates  1st to 9th July 2024
Exam date 9th July 2024
Result Dates  On or before 23rd July 2024
Counseling 1st round Dates  July/ August 2024
Counseling 2nd round Dates  July/ August 2024
Counseling 3rd round Dates  July/ August 2024
Counselling Final Dates  July/ August 2024
Closing date for Admission  July/ August 2024

Exam Application Process

  • Application forms are available online
  • Fill from May 24, 2024, to June 20, 2024
  • Check eligibility before applying
  • Details must match the 10th mark sheet
  • No corrections are allowed after submission
  • Submit before the deadline
  • Please retain a duplicate of both the completed form and the payment receipt.

Exam Center

  • Andhra Pradesh 
  • Assam 
  • Delhi 
  • Bihar 
  • Chandigarh 
  • Gujrat 
  • Haryana 
  • Chandigarh 
  • Jharkhand 
  • Karnataka 
  • Kerala 
  • Madhya Pradesh 
  • Maharashtra
  • Meghalaya 
  • Manipur 
  • Mizoram 
  • Odisha 
  • Puducherry 
  • Punjab 
  • Rajasthan 
  • Tamil Nadu 
  • Telangana 
  • Uttarakhand 
  • Tripura 
  • Uttar Pradesh 
  • West Bengal 

Admit Card

  • Admit Card for JIPMER MBBS (NEET) 2024: Expected in the fourth week of April 2024
  • Mode of Release: Online on the official website
  • No Admit Card for JIPMER MBBS: Due to NEET, there won't be a separate JIPMER MBBS admit card.
  • Download Admit Card: Candidates must visit the website to download it; there is no offline delivery.
  • Discrepancy in Admit Card: If there are any errors, contact NTA officials for corrections.
  • Mandatory: An admit card is essential to bring to the exam center.


Ques- What is JIPMER?
JIPMER stands for "Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research." It is a prestigious medical institution in India.

Ques-What is the JIPMER entrance exam for?
The JIPMER entrance exam is for admission to various medical and nursing programs offered by JIPMER.

Ques- What are the key programs covered by the JIPMER entrance exam?
The JIPMER entrance exam covers programs like MBBS and B.Sc. Nursing, and M.Sc. Nursing.

Ques- Is the JIPMER MBBS exam still conducted separately?
No, the JIPMER MBBS exam has been scrapped, and admissions are now based on the NEET (National Eligibility and Entrance Test) conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency).

Ques- How can I apply for JIPMER nursing courses?
You can apply online by filling out the application form on the JIPMER website during the specified dates.