Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 18 Dec, 2019 11:56 IST
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JIPMER PG 2019 (January 2020 session) result has been declared on 17th December 2019 after the examination has been conducted on 8th December 2019. JIPMER PG is conducted for those who wish to get admission in MD and MS courses. The result of JIPMER PG 2019 has been released on https://cdn.tcsion.com//EForms/configuredHtml/2650/63226/login.html
JIPMER PG result 2019 (January 2020 session) contains the name of candidates, All India Rank (AIR), total marks, percentile scores of the candidates. To qualify for JIPMER PG, candidates are required to secure the JIPMER PG cut-off percentile set by JIPMER, Puducherry, and on the basis of the result of JIPMER PG 2019 (January 2020 session) candidates will be selected for admissions.
Mentioned below are some of the important dates related to the JIPMER PG 2020 result:
|JIPMER PG (January Session) Online Entrance Exam Date||8th December 2019|
|JIPMER PG (January Session) Result Declaration Date||11th December 2019 (Announced)|
|JIPMER PG Counselling for 2019 Begins||20th December 2019 Onwards|
Candidates can follow the steps given below to download the JIPMER PG result 2019 (January 2020 session):
Click on the link available on this page ‘Check JIPMER PG 2019 Merit List Now’.
A PDF will open where you will see the names of candidates in the merit list.
Download the merit list and keep it safe for future use.
Candidate’s Details – Name of the candidate, Date of Birth and Roll Number of the candidate.
Category of candidates who appeared in the entrance test.
Score details – Total marks scored in the exam, Number of correct and incorrect responses of each candidate, Percentile score obtained.
After the result of JIPMER PG is declared, the cut-off of JIPMER PG is released. The cut-off of JIPMER PG is the minimum score prescribed by the institute. To be considered as qualified, candidates are required to meet the JIPMER PG cut-off. It must be noted by the candidates that the qualifying cut-off and the actual cut-off may vary with the performance of the candidates, difficulty level of exam and other related factors.
The tie-breaker policy for JIPMER PG 2019 result has been explained below:
Candidates with less negative marking will be essentially placed higher than the rest of the candidates (tied at the same score)
Candidates older in age will be given priority