JIPMER Candidate Login 2020
JIPMER Candidate Login 2020 - JIPMER, Puducherry has started the online registration process for the postgraduate medical entrance exam for the January session on September 18, 2019, which will create JIPMER 2020 candidate login. Eligible candidates will be able to fill the application form of JIPMER PG 2020 in through the provided below. Through the candidate login of JIPMER 2020, medical graduates will be able to fill the application form till October 25, 2019. Aspirants will be required to create a JIPMER 2020 candidate login ID to fill, submit and view the status of the application form. Also, the candidate login of JIPMER 2020 will also be used to download the admit card from November 13 until the date of exam and rank letters after the declaration of result. The JIPMER candidate login 2020 for the JIPMER candidate login for JIPMER MBBS will be available on this page as soon as released. Upon successful registration, candidate login ID for JIPMER PG (January session) will be sent to the candidate along with the link for the log-in page(described in detail below).
LATEST: Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Health and Family Welfare announced on October 4, 2019 that NEET will serve as single medical entrance exam for UG courses in the nation. AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS scrapped.
JIPMER PG application form 2020 for January session has been released!
The candidate login of JIPMER 2020 includes ‘User ID’ and ‘Password’. Candidates will be able to fill, view and submit the application form of JIPMER by logging in through the JIPMER 2020 candidate login with this User ID and Password. Once the registration process is completed, JIPMER candidate login details with user ID and password will be sent to the registered mobile numbers and email ID of candidates. It is advised to keep the user ID and password for future preferences. Go through the article on how to create JIPMER candidate login 2020, steps to download admit card and rank letter using candidate ID and other relevant information.
The exam for undergraduate medical admission, JIPMER 2020 meanwhile is scheduled to be held in the first week of June 2020, in computer-based mode. For MBBS courses, the last date for registration is likely to fall in the second week of April 2020.
Steps to create JIPMER 2020 Candidate Login
In order to get the candidate login credentials of JIPMER MBBS and JIPMER PG (January Session), aspirants need to register themselves first.
Details required to create JIPMER Candidate Login 2020
Following are the details to be required for registration:
- Applicant name
- Date of birth
- Mobile number
- Confirm mobile number
- Email ID
- Confirm email ID
How to create JIPMER PG Candidate Login 2020?
|Step 1||Aspirants need to click on the link provided above.|
|Step 2||Now, read the instructions mentioned carefully and close the window.|
|Step 3||Submit all the asked details and click on the 'register' button.|
|Step 4||Message displaying that JIPMER candidate login has been sent to the registered mobile number and email ID will appear on the screen|
How to create JIPMER MBBS 2020 Candidate Login?
|Step 1||Click on the link to create JIPMER candidate login. ( To be released)|
|Step 2||The instructions page will be displayed. Read all the guidelines and close it.|
|Step 3||Thereafter, fill all the required details and click on 'register' button|
|Step 4||Next page will display the message stating that JIPMER candidate login credentials has been sent to registered mobile number and email ID.|
Point to remember: After the completion of the registration process, the login credentials - User ID and password will be sent to the registered mobile number and email ID. The screenshot of the mail containing the details of JIPMER 2020 candidate login and other instructions is provided below.
JIPMER PG 2020
JIPMER MBBS 2020
How to login using JIPMER 2020 Candidate Login for JIPMER PG?
Click on the link given above to login using candidate login of JIPMER 2020.
Enter your ‘User ID’ and ‘Password’.
Click on ‘Login’.
The JIPMER PG 2020 candidate login would look like this:
How to login using JIPMER 2020 Candidate Login for JIPMER MBBS?
Click on the official link to login using candidate login of JIPMER 2020.
Enter your ‘User ID’ and ‘Password’.
Click on ‘Login’.
How to recover password of JIPMER Candidate Login 2020?
To recover the password of candidate login of JIPMER 2020, students can follow the steps given below:
- Click on the JIPMER candidate login links of respective entrance exams.
- A link with title 'Forgot Password' will be available besides login button. Click on the option.
- Now, enter the 'User ID' and text shown in the image, and click on 'Get Password' button.
- With this, login credentials of JIPMER candidate login 2020 will be sent to the registered email ID and mobile number of the candidate.
JIPMER Candidate Login 2020 for filling Online Application Form
In order to fill the application form of JIPMER, aspirants first need to register themselves and go through the process of creating their candidate login ID of JIPMER. Once the registration is over, the user ID and password will be sent to the aspirants. Using these credentials, candidates can log in to the application form of JIPMER 2020 and provide some information such as father's/mother's name, identity proofs, digital photograph and signature, exam city of JIPMER PG 2020 and other details in the application form.
JIPMER Candidate Login 2020 for downloading Admit Card
The candidate login of JIPMER 2020 can be used for downloading the hall tickets of JIPMER MBBS and JIPMER PG. In order to download JIPMER PG admit card 2020, aspirants need to log in using their user ID and password. The admit card of JIPMER PG (January session) will be available from November 13 onwards while the JIPMER MBBS hall ticket in the second week of May 2020.
JIPMER Candidate Login 2020 for downloading Rank Letter
As mentioned above, the candidate login ID of JIPMER 2020 will also be used for downloading the rank letters for the qualified aspirants. In order to download the individual JIPMER rank letter 2020, candidates need to log in using their JIPMER candidate login credentials. While downloading the rank letter, students will also have an option either to enter their user ID or application number as the username.
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