JIPMER 2019 Eligibility Criteria is an important aspect which the aspirants of this exam must check before applying for it. These criteria shall be mentioned in the official prospectus of JIPMER 2019. The candidates who are preparing for JIPMER 2019 must read it before applying for the exam. Checking JIPMER 2019 eligibility criteria beforehand will eliminate the chances of being rejected at a later stage. JIPMER 2019 Candidates read this page about JIPMER 2019 Eligibility Criteria to know all the details concerning the same.
JIPMER 2019 Eligibility Criteria
JIPMER through its JIPMER 2019 MBBS exam will open admission to Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) as well. Out of the total 200 seats under JIPMER 2019, a total of 6 seats will be kept for NRI / OCI candidates. Below we have mentioned the dates concerning JIPMER 2019 eligibility criteria so that eligible candidates apply within the stipulated period.
|JIPMER 2019||Important Dates|
|Online registration will begin from||06 Mar 2019|
|Last date to register and submit the application form will be||12 Apr 2019|
|JIPMER 2019 exam date||02 Jun 2019|
What Are The Eligibility Criteria for JIPMER 2019?
Meeting the eligibility criteria per candidate will only prove beneficial. JIPMER has defined its own eligibility criteria for candidates willing to apply for its MBBS programme. Candidates applying for the exam must know all the criteria which are set by the institute. They should apply for the exam only after checking the mentioned criteria. JIPMER 2019 eligibility criteria will depend on the following:
- Nationality of the candidate
- Education Qualification
- Minimum aggregate marks when combined of Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology
- Minimum age limit
- English must be a core subject
- There should be a clean pass in all the above-mentioned subjects.
- The last qualifying examination must be cleared with passing or above marks.
Note: We are providing the criteria for the year 2018. Aspirants who will be applying for JIPMER 2019 can read these to take an idea of the criteria for the year 2019. It can be expected to remain the same.
The Applicant who will be applying for JIPMER 2019 should be an Indian National. Those who are Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) are also eligible to apply for JPMER 2019.
The students preparing for JIPMER 2019 must note that if they want to apply for the exam, they should be born on or before January 01, 2001 i.e. they should be 17 years of age at the time of applying for the examination.
There is no upper age limit set for JIPMER 2019 Exam.
If the student will complete the age before December 31, 2017, they can also apply for the exam. It is as per the JIPMER 2018 prospectus. The candidates can expect it to remain the same for this year as well.
It is another important criteria which the candidates have to fulfill. The students applying for the JIPMER 2019 must have passed the qualifying examination in the following manner.
- The student must have passed their class 12th from a recognized board. JIPMER has released the list of all the boards, from where the students are allowed to take the exam. The eligible boards are as follows:
|Name of the Board||Qualification|
|Central Board of Secondary Education||All India Senior School Certificate Examination.|
|Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination||Indian School Certificate Examination.|
|Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh||Intermediate Examination.|
|Assam Higher Secondary Education Council||Higher Secondary (+2) Examination.|
|Bihar Intermediate Council||Bihar Intermediate Examination.|
|Board of Secondary Education, Chhattisgarh||Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination|
|Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education||Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination.|
|Gujarat Secondary Education Board, Gujarat||Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Pattern).|
|Board of School Education, Haryana||Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.|
|Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education||Senior Secondary (+2 ) Examination.|
|The Jammu & Kashmir State Board of School Education||Higher Secondary Part II Examination, Jammu/Kashmir Region.|
|Jharkhand Intermediate Council,||Jharkhand Intermediate Examination.|
|Board of Pre-University Examination, Karnataka||Second Year Pre-University Examination.|
|Board of Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala||Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2).|
|Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh||Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2).|
|Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education||Higher Secondary Certificate Examination.|
|Council of Secondary Education, Manipur||Higher Secondary Examination.|
|Meghalaya Board of School Education||Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination.|
|Mizoram Board of School Education||Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination.|
|Nagaland Board of School Education||Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination.|
|Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa||Higher Secondary Examination.|
|Punjab School Education Board||Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (Part – II).|
|Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan||Senior Secondary Examination|
|Board of Higher Secondary Examination, Tamil Nadu||Higher Secondary Examination.|
|Tripura Board of Secondary Education||Higher Secondary (+2 Stage) Examination.|
|Board of Intermediate Examination, Telangana||Intermediate Examination|
|Board of Intermediate Examination, Uttaranchal||Intermediate Examination.|
|Board of Intermediate Examination, Uttar Pradesh||Intermediate Examination.|
|West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination||Higher Secondary Examination.|
|Any other examinations recognized by Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi which is equivalent to 12th Std. Examinations.|
The students from these boards must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Biotechnology or any other elective with English at a level not less than the core course
Minimum Marks in the Qualifying Examination
Along with appearing for the qualifying examination, it is essential that the candidates must have scored the minimum percentage in the qualifying examination. Check it from below.
Unreserved Category(UR)- The applicant must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology and English individually. They must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology in the qualifying examination.
SC/ST/OBC- For candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward Classes / OPH the minimum marks obtained in the Physics, Chemistry,
Biology/ Biotechnology taken together in the qualifying examination is 40%.
UR-OPH- For OPH candidates in general category the minimum marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology taken together in the qualifying examination is 45%.
An important point to be kept in mind for candidates applying under ‘awaiting qualifying exam result’ is that if they are issued JIPMER 2019 admit card, it nowhere means their eligibility has been accepted under JIPMER 2019 eligibility criteria.