JIPMER MBBS 2019 Exam Day Guidelines - When appearing for an exam like JIPMER MBBS, it is important to go through JIPMER MBBS exam day guidelines. It is because some silly mistakes may have a cost too stiff to pay. Take for example, you come to the exam hall packed with study material and wearing heavy duty ornaments. But trouble is these items are not allowed inside the JIPMER MBBS exam hall, nor will be there any baggage counter where to keep them safe. So what happens is, just before the biggest day of your life, you get distracted and it all creates turmoil inside your head. But if instead you know the exam day guidelines of JIPMER 2019, like when to report at the venue and what items to carry and what not to carry, things could be much easier. That is precisely why Careers360 brings JIPMER 2019 MBBS exam day guidelines, to ensure you don’t get distracted and focus on the job at hand!
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JIPMER 2019 is conducted for admission to MBBS course offered by Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) at its two campuses - Puducherry and Karaikal. The total seat intake including the both the campuses in 200.
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Date of exam
June 2, 2018
To be notified
Last entry to the examination hall
Duration of Exam
Two and a half hours
Exit from Exam Hall Permitted from
As per exam pattern of JIPMER 2019, the question type will be multiple choice with questions being asked from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Language and Comprehension, Logical and Quantitative Reasoning. The total number of questions will be 200. So, to get a good score the candidate must have a balanced study plan that tackles all the sections.
Online – Computer Based Test (CBT)
Medium of Exam
Multiple choice, Assertion-Reason based
Physics – 60
Chemistry – 60
Biology (Botany + Zoology) – 60
English Comprehension – 10
Logical and Quantitative Reasoning – 10
+ 4 for a correct response
-1 for every incorrect response
0 Marks for questions that are unattempted or marked for review
On the day of the exam, apart from JIPMER MBBS 2019 admit card, the candidate also has to bring with them valid identity proof and relevant photocopies. Any candidate who is found missing any of the prescribed documents might be barred from taking the exam.
JIPMER MBBS 2019 admit card
Valid and original Photo ID proof (Aadhaar card or e-Aadhaar/Passport)
Photocopy of the ID proof
Please note that no other ID proof apart from the ones mentioned here will be accepted. As for the admit card, it will contain key information like name of the candidate, date and time of exam, venue details, and also JIPMER MBBS 2019 exam day guidelines.
At the exam venue, exam officials will carry out biometric verification and recording of the candidate’s data, including taking of digital photograph and fingerprint. The candidate will also have to put down their signature on registration form.
Electronic devices like mobile phones, smart/programmable watches, smartphones, calculators, iPAD, tabs, electronic watches, etc. are not allowed inside the exam.
Other barred items include slide rule, log books, geometry box, books and notes, wallets, etc.
The candidate must also not wear any ornaments, head gear, hair band, belt, or carry bags, credit and debit cards.
If a candidate is caught carrying illegal items inside the exam hall could be disqualified from the admission process altogether. Also, the candidate must note that authorities will not make provisions for baggage counter; so it is a good idea to not wear valuables or bring unnecessary stuff to the exam centre.
One must reach the venue well in advance to account for traffic and unexpected delay. Also note that before commencement of exam, there will be registration formalities that has to be completed.
Adopt unfair means like copying from other candidates, or use illegal items like notes or electronic gadgets.
Carry admit card, valid photo identity proof and a photocopy of the ID
Forget to sign the attendance sheet and affix left Index finger impression against the appropriate column on attendance sheet.
Cooperate with the authorities during security check
Note down questions during the exam as it is a criminal act.
Display JIPMER MBBS admit card 2019 when asked for it
Converse with anyone else other than the invigilator.
Get signature and seal of invigilator on the admit card
Leave the exam hall without handing over photocopy of the ID card to invigilator.
JIPMER 2019 will be a computer-based exam, so being conversant with computers will help one stay relaxed during the exam. In fact JIPMER Puducherry will release the JIPMER 2019 mock test, tentatively in third week of May, which can be used for learning the nuances of handling a computer and also to get familiar with the functionalities of the test. Further, one can also hone time management skills using mock tests.
The candidate must also bear in mind that there is negative marking in the exam, guess work is not a very good idea. In fact, if the candidate feels like that they have scored a fairly good mark, it is better not to risk by attempting questions based on guesswork, as it has more chances to backfire.
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