Many students are talking about JIPMER UG 2013 online application form, exam pattern and eligibility criteria. The decision over the NEET UG 2013 involves two unique medical colleges- AIIMS and JIPMER. These two institutes are gaining light fame from last few months. Students are searching for AIIMS and JIPMER UG 2013 online application forms.
Most of you get the clue that what I am talking about? Those who are clueless, I am making clear that JIPMER and AIIMS are entrance which are not included in NEET UG 2013 exam. These two institutes are out of the NEET UG 2013 exam. I have explained in my last article about AIIMS UG 2013 online application form, exam pattern and eligibility criteria.
JIPMER UG 2013 online application form
JIPMER UG 2013 stands for Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical education and research and it is focusing on medical education. The expected JIPMER UG 2013 exam centers are Bhopal, Chennai, New Delhi, Pune, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Pondicherry, Vijayawada, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Nagpur and Thiruvanthapuram.
NEET UG 2013 forms are available now. Link to access application form is given below-
Must Read- NEET UG 2013 application forms
JIPMER UG 2013 online application form will expected to be available soon. Once JIPMER UG 2013 application forms are available then you can apply for fully filled application form either with photograph, payment proof, demand draft and attested copy of certificates to JIPMER Pondicherry address.
The payment can either be made online or can be made offline. The exam fee for JIPMER UG 2013 entrance exam is not same for General and reserved category students. The offline payment can be done either in post office and bank. The online payment can be done through credit card/ debit card.
The students applied for JIPMER UG 2013 application form must retain application number for future purpose.
JIPMER UG 2013 exam pattern
JIPMER UG 2013 exam pattern will expected to include 200 multiple choice questions and syllabus of exam comes from class XI and class XII. The syllabus includes subjects like English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Zoology. The time period given to students is of 150 hours. The each subject carries 40 questions. Thus, it becomes over all 200 questions.
As of now, it is rumor that no negative marking will be there in the JIPMER UG 2013 exam. we will confirm it later after the official notification by the JIPMER cell.
JIPMER UG 2013 exam eligibility criteria
The eligibility criteria for JIPMER UG 2013 exam is as follows-
He/she must be a citizen of India and age must be 17 years at the time of admission or completed the age as on 31st December 2013. The candidate must be aged 17 on or before 01-01-1997. As far as relaxation is concerned then no upper age limit relaxation is given to any reserved category student.
General category students need to pass class 12th with 50 percent marks in Physics, chemistry and Biology. While on the other hand, SC/ST/OBC need to pass 40 percent marks.
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