JIPMER Result 2019
JIPMER Result 2019 - JIPMER Puducherry has released JIPMER 2019 result on June 7 at jipmer.edu.in. The authority has also issued the individual rank letter for candidates on June 12, 2019. A link to download the rank letter has been provided below on this page. Candidates are required to enter the login credentials in order to download the rank letter of JIPMER result. The result of JIPMER was declared in the form of merit lists. Arunangshu Bhattacharya has topped JIPMER MBBS exam by securing AIR 1. A total of 11 different category-wise JIPMER merit lists have been made available containing names of all the candidates who have qualified. Additionally, 2 overall merit lists have also been released that includes the overall rank of candidates who have appeared for the exam. It must be noted that JIPMER, Puducherry has successfully conducted JIPMER MBBS 2019 on June 2 in morning and evening shifts. A total of 2,055 candidates who have qualified in the exam and will be considered for the JIPMER 2019 counselling process. Note that all the candidates who don't qualify the exam will not be called for JIPMER counselling 2019 except for the final round. In order to qualify the exam, unreserved category candidates will be required to secure at least 50th percentile while reserved category candidates must secure 40th percentile. PwD candidates belonging to the unreserved category will be required to secure at least 45th percentile in JIPMER MBBS entrance exam. The result of JIPMER 2019 will specify which all candidates have qualified the exam. In JIPMER 2018, as many as 1,54,491 candidates appeared for JIPMER 2018 out of which 78,053 students cleared the examination. The details of category-wise opening and closing rank for Puducherry campus and Karaikal campus are provided in the article below.
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JIPMER counselling will start on June 26, with the first round of counselling. The result of JIPMER 2019 contain the candidates’ name, category, overall and category-wise rank, total and subject-wise percentile score. Interested candidates can check here for detailed information about the JIPMER result 2019 including important dates, steps to download JIPMER scorecard 2019, qualifying percentile, etc.
JIPMER MBBS Result 2019 - Shortlisted Candidates Category wise
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JIPMER MBBS Result 2019 - Overall Merit List
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JIPMER Result 2019 - Important Dates
JIPMER 2019 Entrance Exam
June 2, 2019
June 7, 2019 (DECLARED)
Release of Rank Letters or Scorecards
June 12, 2019 (RELEASED)
First Counselling Round
June 26 to June 28, 2019
Second Counselling Round
July 24, 2019
Third Counselling Round
August 21, 2019
September 30, 2019
How to download Rank letter of JIPMER Result 2019
Candidates can check here the steps to download the scorecard cum rank letter of JIPMER 2019-
Step 1: The test-takers can click on the link which will be given above.
Step 2: In the next step, enter your User ID, Password and click on ‘Login’ button.
Step 3: JIPMER 2019 rank letter will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4: To download JIPMER rank letter 2019, click on ‘Print’ and save the rank letter for further use. It is advisable to take a printout of the JIPMER result 2019 as it will be useful at the time of counselling.
JIPMER Qualifying Percentile 2019
JIPMER 2019 aspirants appearing for the entrance exam need to secure the minimum required percentile as stipulated by the conducting body. Qualified candidates will be included in the category-wise merit list and will then be called for the counselling process. The category-wise qualifying percentile can be checked in the table given below.
JIPMER Cutoff 2019
Minimum Qualifying Percentile
JIPMER 2019 - Tiebreaking Criteria
In case two or more candidates secure the same percentile, then their rank in the JIPMER merit list will be determined by applying the tiebreaking criteria in the order given below:
Negative Marks: Candidate who will submit less number of negative responses will be preferred over the one which has more.
Percentile in Biology: Candidate who has secured a better percentile in the Biology section of JIPMER 2019 entrance exam will be placed on a higher merit order than the ones with lower merit percentile.
Percentile in Chemistry: If the above two criteria fail, then the candidate with greater percentile in Chemistry will be placed higher in the merit list.
Percentile in Physics: If the tie still resists, then the candidates’ Physics percentile score will be taken into consideration to break the tie.
Percentile in English & Comprehension: If the tie still fails to break then candidates’ percentile score in the aforementioned sections will be taken into account. Candidate with higher percentile in this subject will be put higher in the order of merit.
Percentile in Logical & Quantitative Reasoning: If the tie still doesn’t break, then the percentile scores in Logical & Quantitative Reasoning section will be considered. One with higher percentile in this particular section will be put above those with lesser percentile scores.
Age: If all other factors fail to break the tie, then the candidate senior in age will be put higher in the order of merit list over the younger ones.
Previous year JIPMER cut off
In the year 2018, as many as 1,54,491 candidates appeared for JIPMER 2018 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.
Category-wise opening and closing rank of JIPMER 2018
JIPMER 2018 Topper List - Overall and Sectional Percentile
Percentile in Biology
Percentile in Chemistry
Percentile in Physics
Percentile in English Language & Comprehension
Percentile in Logical & Quantitative Reasoning
Ankadala Anirudh Babu
Amitabh Pankaj Chauhan
Ramneek Kaur Mahal
Syed Fazeel Mohsin
JIPMER Result 2019 - Highlights
The conducting body will release the JIPMER result 2019 on or before June 21.
The result of JIPMER 2019 will specify whether or not candidates have qualified the exam. It will also disclose whether candidates have been invited for the round one of counselling or not.
JIPMER Puducherry will release 2 overall merit lists including all the candidates who have appeared for the exam. The category-wise merit list, namely UR Category, OBC Category, SC Category, ST Category, Puducherry-UR Category, Puducherry-OBC Category, Puducherry-SC, Puducherry-ST, NRI/OCI Category, PwD-OPH Category merit lists, will only contain the names of the candidates who have qualified for the round one of counselling.
Individual rank letters of the candidates will be issued after the release of the JIPMER merit list.
JIPMER Counselling 2019
The counselling process of JIPMER 2019 will start on June 26. JIPMER counselling 2019 will be conducted in four rounds in which all the candidates will be invited for the open round of counselling. The mode of conduction of JIPMER 2019 counselling will be only offline. JIPMER Puducherry will be releasing a notice before starting each round of JIPMER counselling process stating the candidates invited and the documents required.
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