The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research has postponed the results of JIPMER MBBS 2016. Candidates who have taken up JIPMER 2016 entrance exam will have to wait until June 17, 2016 to view their results. Repotedly, the results have been delayed by the institution owing to 'technical reasons'.
The results for the same was supposed to be declared on June 13, 2016. However, the wesbite was down and students were not able to check their results.
Anxious students and parents were kept waiting due to rumors stating that the results would be declared at different stages yesterday. The lack of official confirmation about the results not being available only resulted in students and parents being more apprehensive.
JIPMER put up a notice postponing the results to June 17, without any specific reason assigned for the same.
How to check JIPMER 2016 Results?
Candidates can visit the official website of JIPMER to view their reuslts.
JIPMER entrance exam is held by the institution every year for admissions into over 200 medical seats available in the institution.
JIPMER 2016 was held on June 5, 2016 at 275 centres in 75 cities across the country. Over 1.5 lakh students have applied for the limited 200 seats available in the institute.
The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER) is a medical school in India, and the oldest to teach European medicine in Asia. Also, the JIPMER entrance test is one of the toughest and highly competitive examination held in the country.
The counselling process for 200 seats available in the institute will begin from June 20, 2016. The counselling is said to conclude on June 22, 2016 while the seat allotment will be done on the next day. Classes for the MBBS for the academic sessions in JIPMER will begin on July 1, 2016.
About JIPMER Entrance exam:
JIPMER is a national level under graduate medical entrance exam, conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) for the admission to MBBS programmes. JIPMER does not have any specific syllabus pattern. The questions will be based on the class 11 and 12 text prescribed by the state board higher secondary and CBSE. The examination comprises of 5 sections: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, English, Logic & Quantitative Reasoning, English and Comprehension. The total number of questions will be 200 and are based on multiple choice. Each correct answer shall be awarded with 1 mark. There is no negative marking for the wrong answers.