JIPMER MBBS Entrance 2018: Admit cards released, here’s how to download

The JIPMER admit card has candidate’s name, date of birth, photo, signature image and examination city allotted and roll number.

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry (JIPMER) on Monday released the admit card or hall tickets of the entrance exam for admissions into its MBBS programme. The Common entrance test will be held on June 3 for selecting 200 candidates, out of which 150 will be admitted at the prestigious institute at Puducherry and 50 at the JIPMER, Karaikal.

Candidates can download their admit cards from the official website of the JIPMER by clicking here. Key in your user id and password to download the admit card. Take a printout of the hall ticket and save it on your computer too.

The admit card has candidate’s name, date of birth, photo, signature image and examination city allotted and roll number. Candidates must carry the admit card to the examination centre along with an Identity (ID) proof in original and a photocopy of the same.

Candidates are requested to reach the exam venue two hours before the commencement of the exam to avoid any last-minute hassles. They are also advised to visit the exam venue one day before the examination.

The morning shift exam will start at 10am and the entry to the center will close at 9:15am. The afternoon shift will start at 3pm and the entry to the center will close at 2.15pm.

The entrance test will be of two hours and thirty minutes duration. It will be conducted in online mode. There will be 200 objective type questions (MCOs) ( 60 each from physics, chemistry and biology and 10 each from English language and comprehension and logical and quantitative reasoning). Each correct answer will fetch 4 marks and for each wrong answer one marks will be deducted (negative marking). No marks will be deducted for unanswered questions.

The MBBS course at the JIPMER will be of four years and six months duration followed by one year of compulsory rotatory internship for getting the degree.

The result or merit list of the test is expected to be declared on or before June 20.

Note: Candidates should visit the official website of JIPMER regularly for latest updates and details.

Source:-.hindustantimes.

Aspiring Medico Turned Away From AIIMS MBBS Exam As Aadhar QR Code Couldn’t Be Scanned, Delhi HC Notice To Centre, AIIMS, UIDAI

As the results of AIIMS MBBS entrance examination is to be announced on June 18, the Delhi High Court has sought to know the stand of the Centre, AIIMS and the Unique Identification Authority of India on a petition filed by an aspiring medical studen…

Abhimanyu Bishnoi moved high court narrating how he was turned away from the examination centre in Gulbarga, Karnataka on May 25 with the mandatory admit card, photographs and his original Aadhaar card. To his shock, when he produced the Aadhar c… …

To his shock, when he produced the Aadhar card for verification at the gate of the examination centre, the staff engaged in the verification process told him that the QR Code on his card could not be scanned and that his Aadhar Card is not genuine….

He was not allowed to sit for the examination for which, he said, he had been preparing for over two years. In his petition filed through advocate Akshay Srivastava, Senior Associate at PSP Legal along with Advocate Prakhar Deep, Associate at Link L…

They also contended that the applicant was issued the admit card only after he had provided all his details including the Aadhar number in the online application. His counsel also informed the court that the QR Code of Aadhar card was being verified…

They have urged the court to quash the AIIMS Entrance Examination – 2018 and direct a fresh examination to be conducted within a reasonable period while also seeking a stay on the publication of final result cum merit list till the disposal of this P…

The counsel submitted that grave injustice would be caused to the petitioner if the results of the exam is declared without providing him another opportunity….

Source:-livelaw.in/