- Anatomy, physio and biochem and forensic - Aravind Arora. Also consider soumen manna/Krishna Kumar for physio
- Biochemistry - Rebecca James and it's a very good book. Covers a lot of genetics and IEM stuff which is frequently repeated in jipmer
- Patho - Devesh mishra/Sparsh gupta
- Phramac- Gobind Rai Garg
- Micro - Apurba shastry
- Anat, path and micro - focus on images
- For physiology remember to pay special attention respiratory and other calculations and graphs.
- Ophthal - Ruchi rai, Aravind Arora and Sudha Seetharam are considered good. If you have the time I'd recommend you read a standard text for ophthal.
- Ent - Shakshi Arora
- Psm - Vivek jain plus stats
- Medicine - Deepak Marwah. Mudit Khanna is also good for concepts but for some reason doesn't have the latest questions. SOME notes of coaching can also help
- Surgery - Pritesh singh
- Obs & gyn - Sakshi Arora.
- Peds - Taruna Mehra/Arvind Arora remember all those genetic syndromes and IEM and in peds
- Ortho - apurv mehra
- Dermat - Saurabh jindal
- Psychiatry - Praveen tripathi
- Radio/Anesthesia - Arvind Arora. Also you cn fo derma psyc from these book
Also jipmer is beginning to ask a lot of oncology now. Main Harrison has about 100 or so pages of oncology. Definitely consider reading oncology from Harrison and making notes for revision since, there are no good oncology books for pg entrance
Also make sure you go through last 3 to 5 years jipmer papers. Arun babu has good recalls. But the correct answer rates in most previous year guides may not upto the mark
These books are pretty much standard for all entrance exams - aiims, pgi, jipmer and Neet. Only previous year papers book changes. Also previous year of pgi and aiims are useful for jipmer
Hopefully it helps
Dr Parmanand Agarwal