The answer to your query is Yes. The admission to PG courses in PGI Chandigarh and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research takes place through two different entrance exams. The admission to MDS course in PGI Chandigarh takes place through the PGIMER PG Entrance test and for admission to JIPMER, JIPMER PG entrance test is conducted. PGIMER PG test is conducted twice a year in
session respectively while JIPMER Entrance test is conducted in January and July. I would advise you to study the eligibility criteria for these institutes carefully before applying for the entrance exams.
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Megha, JIPMER will open its registration process for its B.Sc Nursing course tentatively from the 1st week of April, 2020. The applications will be made available online on its official website. The eligibility criteria is that you should have completed your 12th from a recognised university with a minimum aggregate of 50%. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. You should have studied Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English in your 12th as mandatory subjects.
Yes there is a special entrance exam know by
JIPMER BSc 2020 Entrance Exam.
For this test the form will release in online form on the official site of college.
The form will be available from last week of April upto last week of May.
Hall ticket will be available form 2 week of June and the exam will also conducted in the same week.The result will be declared in last week of june and the councelling from 1st week of july.
Exam Cities are:- Chennai,Kolkata,Mumbai,New Delhi,Puducherry,Tirvandram,Vijaywada.
Total no of questions-100
Questions will be asked from:-
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Language & Comprehension, and Logical & Quantitative Reasoning.
Logical and Quantitative Reasoning -10
Questions will be asked from 11-12 CBSE Syllabus.
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NTA has mentioned in its Information Bulletin that AIIMS and JIPMER will conduct admission to their branches through All India Counselling. The DGHS will release the merit list and online notification for All India Counselling once NEET results have been announced and eligible candidates can register. There will be no concept of State Quota.
This year there is only entrance examination for medical colleges that will be conducted by National testing agency (NTA) that is NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test). It will include all the medical colleges including AIIMSand JIPMER.
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