JIPMER Admit Card 2020
JIPMER Admit Card 2020 - After the conclusion of the registration process, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry will release the JIPMER 2020 admit card in the third week of May 2020. Medical aspirants who will successfully submit the online registration form will be issued the admit card of JIPMER 2020 in online mode. The JIPMER admit card will reveal the date of examination, address of the exam centre, reporting time and the roll number of the candidate. In a novel effort, the authority also provided a google link of the location of the examination centre which will help the candidate know the location and plan the commute before-hand. JIPMER admit card is a crucial document that an aspirant must carry on the day of examination in order to gain entry in the examination hall. Entry to the exam premises will be strictly for only those aspirants who carry a valid JIPMER admit card 2020 along with a photo ID proof (in original) and a photocopy of the same (as mentioned in the application form). Candidates must note that the JIPMER 2020 admit card will not be sent to each aspirant individually and all will be required to download it from the official website of JIPMER.
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JIPMER MBBS is a national undergraduate medical entrance test which s likely to be conducted in the first week of June for the academic session of 2020-2021. Through JIPMER 2020, admission to 150 seats offered in Puducherry campus and 50 seats offered in Karaikal campus will be taken.
JIPMER Admit card 2020- Important Dates
First week of March 2020
Release date of admit card
Third week of May 2020
Last date to download hall ticket
First week of June 2020
JIPMER MBBS 2020
First week of June 2020
JIPMER exam day schedule
Candidates who will appear for JIPMER 2020 must be aware of the exam-day schedule to be prepared for the d-day. The test will be conducted for a duration of two hours and thirty minutes in two shifts. Candidates can check the detailed information on the reporting time and time of examination for morning and afternoon shift in the table below.
Exam Day Events
JIPMER MBBS Exam Date
First week of June 2020
First week of June 2020
8.00 AM onwards
1.00 PM onwards
No Late Entry Allowed After
10.00 AM to 12.30 PM
3.00 PM to 5.30 PM
Exit from Exam Hall Permitted From
How to download JIPMER admit card 2020?
The exam conducting authority will release the admit card in the third week of May 2020 on the official website of JIPMER. For the benefit of candidates, the step-wise procedure to download the admit card of JIPMER 2020 has been listed below.
Step 1- To access the JIPMER 2020 admit card, click on the link (to be released)
Step 2- JIPMER aspirants are redirected to a window wherein they have to enter their ‘User ID and ‘Password’ created at the time of registration
Step 3- Click on the ‘Login’ tab.
Step 4- Click on 'hall ticket' tab
Step 5- Select the examination in the assessment tab and click on search
Step 6- A tab to download the hall ticket will be available on the bottom of the page
Step 7- The admit card will be released on this page
Step 8- Candidates can view and download the JIPMER admit card 2020.
Medical aspirants can check the image below to check the JIPMER admit card 2020
In order to acquaint the exam takers with the computer-based test, JIPMER, Puducherry will also release the JIPMER 2020 mock test. The mock test of JIPMER 2020 will help the candidates to be aware of the exam pattern of JIPMER 2020. Registered medical aspirants will be able to access the JIPMER mock test 2020 which will provide them with exam day experience. The facility of mock test is provided free of cost to all registered candidates. Through it, candidates can learn how to mark answers, time spent on each question, types of questions, sections and strategise their exam.
JIPMER admit card 2020 - Exam day guidelines
JIPMER 2020 admit card will also mention crucial guidelines that a candidate must adhere to on the day of examination. The exam guidelines and special instructions will help the JIPMER aspirants on the day of examination and be prepared before and during the examination. Below are some of the important guidelines that have to be followed.
Candidates who will enter the exam premises will be under surveillance and activities of each candidate will be monitored. Candidates are advised to maintain decorum and not commit any unlawful act.
All candidates must bring a valid ID proof containing the signature and a clear photograph.
Candidates must check the seating chart and identify the room or computer lab allotted as per the roll number.
Items like pen/pencil, cell phones, i-pod, pen drive, data card, pager, calculators, wristwatch and electronic devices are strictly prohibited.
The exam centres do not provide locker services thus it is advisable that the candidate must not carry such items.
Candidates must not carry any item other than hall ticket, original ID proof, photocopy of the ID proof to prove your identity.
JIPMER admit card- Highlights
The admit card of JIPMER MBBS will be released only available in online mode.
Candidates must check all the details mentioned on the JIPMER admit card like their name, date of birth, etc. If there is any discrepancy in any of the detail then they must report to the authorities.
JIPMER admit card 2020 contains information like address of the allotted JIPMER exam centre 2020, time and shift of JIPMER 2020 entrance exam.
Any request for the change in the designated JIPMER exam centre will not be entertained by the authority.
Candidates will be required to carry the following documents to the examination hall:
JIPMER 2020 admit card
Aadhar Card/e-Aadhar Card/Passport
Photocopy of the ID proof
The authorities will not accept any other ID proof apart from the ones mentioned above.
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NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
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