JIPMER MBBS Fee Structure and Seats 2020 - Hostel & Tuition Fees
JIPMER MBBS Fee Structure and Seats 2020 will be released by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The counselling authority will conduct the admission process for JIPMER MBBS 2020 seats on the basis of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test exam. In a press conference, health minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan through a press conference announced the admission to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and JIPMER admission through NEET 2020. However, the fees and seats of JIPMER 2020 will be decided by the institutes on the basis of their rules and regulations. Tuition, academic, student association and others aspects are included in the JIPMER fee structure 2020.
Through NEET 2020 result, a total of 200 JIPMER MBBS seats will be granted to Puducherry and Karaikal campuses. It is important for aspirants to check the fees and seats of JIPMER 2020 before getting admission to the Institute of National Importance (INI). Candidates allotted a seat in JIPMER will be required to pay requisite fees at the time of admission for reservation. Read the article on JIPMER MBBS fees structure and seats 2020 to know the category-wise seats, admission, and hostel fees to be paid.
JIPMER MBBS admission through NEET 2020
It is most important to know that admission to 150 and 50 MBBS seats available in JIPMER Puducherry and Karaikal campuses, respectively, will be done through NEET 2020 entrance exam. National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the NEET UG exam for admission to 82,926 MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 1205 AIIMS, 52,720 AYUSH, 525 BVSc and AH courses along with JIPMER seats. Therefore, for admission to JIPMER institutes, aspirants need to follow the NEET 2020 admission process which includes submission of the application form, the release of NEET UG admit card, appearing for exam, and declaration of result.
Candidates who qualify the exam securing NEET cutoff percentile and corresponding scores can appear for counselling process. After the allotment of seats, aspirants who will be allotted a seat in JIPMER institutes need to report at the college for completion of admission process.
JIPMER MBBS seats 2020
Aspirants who wish to get admission to institutes can take a look at category-wise distribution of seats in JIPMER MBBS from the table below.
JIPMER MBBS seats
Other Backward Classes
Economically Weaker Sections
In the JIPMER seats for MBBS courses, 5% reservation is given to Persons with Disability (PwDs), which can be checked below.
JIPMER seats for PwD candidates
JIPMER MBBS fees 2020
After the allotment of seats, candidates are advised to check the fees structure of JIPMER 2020 for MBBS courses, to know the amount of fees to be deposited for reservation of seats. Check JIPMER MBBS fees 2020 below.
JIPMER MBBS seats for Indian nationals
Fee in Rs.
Admission fee (one time)
Academic fee (per annum)*
JIPMER students association fee (per annum)
Learning resource fee (per annum)
Corpus fund on academic fee (per annum)
*the academic fees should be paid by each candidate at academic section of JIPMER after the completion of counselling process.
JIPMER MBBS fees for NRI/OCI candidates
An academic fee of US $75,000 + transaction charges must be paid by Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs). This will be a one-time payment, for entire duration of MBBS course, which must be deposited at the time of admission. The payment can be done in foreign currency through Demand Draft (DD) drawn in favor of the ‘Director, JIPMER, Puducherry payable at Puducherry. It should be noted by all aspirants that JIPMER MBBS fees 2020 once deposited will not be refunded under any circumstances.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - JIPMER MBBS Fee Structure and Seats 2020 - Hostel & Tuition Fees
Question: ow many JIPMER seats are offered by the authority?
A total of 200 MBBS seats (150 in Puducherry and 50 in Karaikal) are offered in JIPMER institutions.
Question: How the admission to JIPMER MBBS 2020 will be done?
From the year 2020, the admission to JIPMER institute will be granted on the basis of scores obtained in NEET entrance exam.
Question: What is the total amount of fees paid for JIPMER MBBS admissions?
Around Rs. 12,620 must be paid including hostel, academic, admission, student association, IT among others.
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