JIPMER Cut off 2020
JIPMER cutoff 2020: In order to clear the entrance test, medical aspirants will have to secure the minimum required percentile commonly known as the JIPMER 2020 cutoff. The exam conducting authority, Jawaharlal Institute of Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry will release the scores corresponding to the cutoff of JIPMER 2020 along with the declaration of result. Candidates who will secure the JIPMER cutoff will be considered eligible to participate in the admission process. The percentile of JIPMER cutoff 2020 has already been released. Candidates belonging to the unreserved category, Overseas Citizen India and Non-Resident India (NRI) will be required to secure 50th percentile. SC/ST/OBC category candidates and candidates with a physical disability will be required to secure 40th percentile. Unreserved-PH candidates will have to secure 45th percentile to be considered eligible for admission in JIPMER MBBS 2020. Every year the marks corresponding to the cutoff percentile differ based on factors like the number of candidates who appear for the exam, level of difficulty of the question paper etc. JIPMER MBBS aspirants can check more details regarding the cutoff of JIPMER 2020 along with information about marking scheme, tie-breaking criteria, JIPMER statistics and previous year cutoffs in the article 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 2020 is a national level undergraduate medical entrance test which is likely to be conducted in the first week of June 2020. The result will be declared tentatively declared in the second week of June. Out of the total of 150 seats, 100 seats will be offered in Puducherry campus and 50 seats in Karaikal Campus.
JIPMER cutoff 2020 - Qualifying Criteria
Candidates who secure less than the minimum percentile in the Entrance Examination will not be considered for admission and their names will not be included in the merit list. The category-wise qualifying percentile is mentioned in the table below.
JIPMER MBBS Qualifying Criteria
Minimum Percentile Required
General (UR)/EWS/ OCI/ NRI
SC/ ST/ OBC
JIPMER cutoff 2020 - Tie-breaking criteria
In cases where two or more candidates have secured identical percentile in JIPMER 2020 then to establish the inter-se merit the following tie-breaking criteria will be applied in the following order.
Candidates with less negative marks will be given preference over others.
Candidates with higher percentile in the Biology section.
Candidates with higher percentile in the Chemistry section.
Candidates with higher percentile in the Physics section.
Candidates with higher percentile in the English Language
Candidates with higher percentile in logical and quantitative reasoning and
If the above criteria fail to resolve the tie, the candidate who is elder by age will be given preference.
The above criteria will be applied in the following order only when the preceding criteria fail to resolve the tie.
JIPMER cutoff 2020- Previous year analysis
JIPMER 2020 aspirants can check the previous year data of the entrance test. In the year 2018, as many as 1,54,491 candidates appeared for JIPMER entrance test out of which 78,053 students cleared the examination. The category-wise opening and closing rank details for JIPMER 2018 has been given in the table below.
Categorywise opening and closing rank of 2018
In the year 2017, a total of 1,49,369 candidates appeared for JIPMER 2017 exam and out of which 57,192 candidates qualified the exam by scoring the minimum required percentile i.e. cut off of JIPMER 2017. Given below is a distribution of candidates qualified from some major categories for JIPMER entrance exam.
JIPMER 2017 - Qualified Candidates
No. of Candidates Qualified
JIPMER cutoff - opening and closing rank (2017)
JIPMER Counselling Round 1
JIPMER Counselling Round 2
JIPMER Counselling Round 3
JIPMER Counselling Final & Open Round
JIPMER Cut off 2016 - Closing Rank
General UR OPH
Puducherry - UR
Puducherry - SC
Puducherry - ST
Puducherry - OBC
JIPMER cutoff 2020 is the last rank on which a candidate was granted admission in the MBBS or BDS seat in JIPMER. Therefore, the cutoff of JIPMER 2020 will only be made available once the entire admission process concludes. The candidates must note that not all candidates who have cleared the entrance test will be allowed to participate in the counselling process except for the open round of counselling.
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371J is for Hyderabad-Karnataka border Candidates and this reservation is confined to State level. But admissions to AIIMS and JIPMER will be conducted at All India Level. So your Category that you belong to General/OBC/SC/ST only is considered and not HK Quota. So for a seat in AIIMS, you will need atleast 650. That might be the cut off. But again cut offs change every year. Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. To help you with your NEET preparation, we have NEET Knockout packages that you can check at: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/. To help you during admission and counselling, we have https://www.careers360.com/mbbs-companion.
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NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
Dinesh Chemistry Guide
Practise books by VK Jaiswal, MS Chauhan and N Awasthi
For Organic Chemistry,
- Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
- Organic Chemistry by O.P Tandon
- Organic Chemistry by Arihant Publications.
how much marks will get in NEET to select to BMC college
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Now this is 2019 data and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidares qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. If you want a seat in this College, you need to score atleast 50-65 marks more than those mentiomed against your Category here.