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Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry (JIPMER) under 
Government of India since the year 1956, is one of the leading Medical Institutions of India. Spread 
over a sprawling 195 acre campus in an urban locale of Puducherry (formerly Pondicherry), JIPMER is 
170 kms. by road from Chennai. 
❖ JIPMER has been declared as an “Institution of National Importance” by an Act of Parliament, 
JIPMER, Puducherry, Act, 2008. A copy of the Act was Gazette notified on 14-7-2008 to enforce this 
Act. Prior to this the Institute was functioning under the administrative control of Directorate General 
of Health Service, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi. 
❖ The Institution is now empowered to award Medical Degrees, Diplomas, etc., under the clauses 23 & 
24 of the said Act. Such Degrees / Diploma, etc., shall be deemed to be included in the schedules to the 
respective Acts governing Medical Council of India, Indian Nursing Council and Dental Council of 
India, entitling the holders to the same privileges as those attached to the equivalent awards from the 
recognized Universities of India.  ❖ JIPMER imparts Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG) and Super Specialty Medical Training 
through a working hospital (JIPMER Hospital) with bed strength of Sanctioned 2134 and a Nursing 
College. M.B.B.S., B.Sc., M.Sc., M.D., M.S, Degree Courses are offered in various disciplines. Super 
Specialty departments of Cardiology, Neurology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Urology, 
Plastic Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric Critical care, Neonatology, Clinical Immunology, Clinical 
Pharmacology, Nephrology, Medical Oncology, Endocrinology, Surgical Oncology and Surgical 
Gastroenterology also offer D.M./ M.Ch. Courses. Full-time Ph.D. Programs are available in fifteen 
disciplines as on date. Master of Public Health (30 seats) Post Basic Diploma Courses in Nursing (50 Seats in five disciplines). 


(a) Nationality :  
i) Indian Nationals (IN):- Applicant must be an Indian National or Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) 
 ii)Foreign Nationals (FN)             Foreign Nationals candidates are required to route their application through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi. All Foreign Nationals will have to take prior permission from the Medical Council of India before applying for postgraduate Courses in the Institute. An advance copy of the application and copy of request to MCI must be submitted at JIPMER, Puducherry before the last date of receipt of applications. In the events of selection, the candidate has to apply for temporary registration with the medical council of India for the duration of postgraduate study. 
(b) EducationalQualification:  
  The candidates must possess MBBS or an equivalent Degree recognized by the Medical Council of India.   
 A candidate must have completed the required period of 12 months compulsory rotating internship/Practical training on or before 30th June 2018[*Candidates not completing the internship on or before 30-06-2018 need not apply for July 2018 session. No condonation of Compulsory Rotating Internship beyond this date shall be accepted].  
(c) Minimum Qualifying Marks:- 
i. For all other categories including OBC Category 55% marks in aggregate ii. For candidates belonging to the SC/ST Categories 50% marks in aggregate iii. For OPH candidates the minimum aggregate as provided in (i) and (ii) for the category to whichthe candidate belongs shall apply. (d)Application Status: 
 i.  Candidates who have already done / completedMD/MS in any subject in any Institution are not eligible for admission to MD/MS course at JIPMER. 





The implication of this Judgement will be that the students who have studied their #MBBS from two different geographical locations of same University (Different campuses) will become eligible to write MCI Screening examination. Before this Judgement, these students were not even allowed to write#FMGE/ MCI #screeningexamination. It’s importantto note that many foreign universities have different campuses and part of studies in different campus is very common outside India, especially in European Union and South East Asia.

Good news for students who took transfers from one university to other due to some reasons. Now they can appear for screening test without any objections.

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Study MBBS in Ukraine is getting very popular since last decade as Ukraine has a numbers of state governed MBBS Universities. There are lots of international students in Ukraine for MBBS, mostly because many of best Medical universities of the world are present in Ukraine itself. MBBS Tuition fee in Ukraine is very low and inexpensive as compared to USA, UK or any other countries as the education is highly subsidized by Government of Ukraine. All Medical Universities in Ukraine are accredited by the Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine. Many universities in Ukraine are ranked among top Medical Universities in the world hence many international students from India, Pakistan, Europe and other countries take admission in MBBS Colleges of Ukraine.

Study MBBS in Ukraine

Ukraine is very famous for it’s medical education that medical institutes of the country offer. Not only Indian students but the country welcomes international students from all over the globe from various countries. Study MBBS in Ukraine is a great choice for any medical student as the student teacher ratio in the class is maintained as per rules. One can easily clear their doubts in the class of small size. MBBS Ukraine is not only affordable but provides in-depth knowledge of the subject. The faculty is highly qualified if you think about teachers for MBBS in Ukraine.
MBBS Ukraine classrooms are constructed as per the requirements of the medical students and are practical oriented. The benefit of the practical classroom is to attract students’ interest in the topic and subject and take it as one of their interest studying it.

If you have any doubts about MCI registration, that is simple also. You will have to appear for the screening test for getting eligible for the MCI. MBBS from Ukraine is definitely the best choice for you to study MBBS in Ukraine as it is the country with 100% literacy rate. If you are looking for the premium Institute for MBBS in Ukraine, You can opt for Bogomolets National Medical University also.

Those wanting to study MBBS in foreign universities may soon have to clear the NEET as the government plans to make the test mandatory for them so that only competent students make the cut.

Currently, students who wish to study medicine in any government or private medical college in the country have to clear the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) which came into existence from 2016.

According to a senior health ministry official, the proposal is at an advanced stage.

The official said that among those who go abroad to study medicine, around 12 to 15 per cent of the graduates manage to clear the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE), a licensure examination conducted by the Medical Council of India.

“A mere 12 to 15 per cent of the graduates, who come back after studying abroad, manage to clear the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE). If they don’t clear the FMGE, they don’t get registered to practice in India.

“In such cases, they start quackery or practice illegally which can be dangerous. So the move is aimed at ensuring only competent students get to study medicine in foreign universities,” the official said.

At present, a student who wishes to take up a medical course has to obtain an essentiality certificate from the MCI for admission in any medical college outside India.

Every year, around 7,000 students go outside India to study medicine.

Most of the students go to China and Russia.

“As per the data, the percentage of graduates who have studied abroad and have cleared the FMGE has ranged between 13 and 26.9 per cent in the last five years. This is really a matter of concern as they go out, spend lot of money of their parents and are not able to contribute to the healthcare in India once they come back,” the official explained.

Once the new proposal is approved, those aspiring to study medicine outside India will be given a No Objection Certificate (NOC) only if they clear NEET, the official said.

There were some complaints that the FMGE paper was very tough because of which those who come back from abroad are unable to clear it. But a committee constituted to review the FMGE syllabus found it to be perfectly suitable and relevant

NEET 2018 Application Form is released at cbseneet.nic.in. Application form of NEET 2018 must be filled by eligible candidates. Form filling starts and ends on dates decided by CBSE. Complete process is online and requires one to enter details, upload photograph and signature, and pay fees. All the information filled in the form should be correct. It is equally important to submit the form before the last date in order to appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG) – 2018. Only those candidates who apply as per schedule can download admit card of NEET 2018 before the exam.
Candidates must keep the following information and documents ready before filling the application form of NEET 2018.
  1. Identity (ID) Proof
Types of ID proof required for different candidates
Categories of Candidates
Types of ID Proof Required
Indian Nationals (except from Assam, Meghalaya and Jammu & Kashmir)
  • Aadhar Card Number/Aadhar Enrollment Number
  • Registration Number issued by Facilitation Centre (detailed below)
Indian Nationals from Assam, Meghalaya and Jammu & Kashmir
  • Aadhar Card Number /Aadhar Enrollment Number
  • Registration Number issued by Facilitation Centre (detailed below)
  • Ration Card Number, Bank Account Number, Passport Number or other Government ID card.
Passport Number
Passport Number
  1. Name, Date of Birth and Gender (As per Aadhar Card)
  2. Mother’s and Father’s Name (As per Class 10 Certificate)
  3. Mobile Number and E-mail Address
  4. Digital Photograph and Signature
Specifications of Photograph and Signature
S. No.
Documents for upload
Size and Format
  • Postcard size picture
  • White background
  • Name of the candidate and date written on the photograph
Size – 10 Kb to 100 Kb
Format – JPG
  • White Background
  • Sign with black pen
Size – 3 Kb to 20 Kb
Format – JPG 
Aadhar Card requirement for NEET 2018 Application Form

Study MBBS at Janaki Medical College, Janakpur  Nepal in 2017 session.

 Limited seats with limited deadline !
 For Admission, NEET Qualified candidate in SC/OB/General category. 
Contact : Dr Avinash Gupta (8173872222) | www.shreetguidance.com
Nepal is famous among Indian students majorly because the quality of education, competitive fee structure and less documentation are among the fewer reasons why for Indian students selecting this country for higher education. Contradictory to other countries, you do not require any visa to study in Nepal. Furthermore, the culture, food habits and lifestyle is matched to a great deal with that of India. All the medical colleges/universities are approved by the Medical Council of India. Even the syllabus curriculum is similar to the Indian counterparts. There is no such language barrier. Being English and Hindi as a communicative language spoken in Nepal, students will find easy to communicate with each other even with their patients at the time of their internship.

MBBS in Nepal is the best opportunity for the Indian students. Nepal is nearby to India and has amicable relations with the nation. Since long time students are studying medicine in Nepal, mostly majority of students is more from the Northern part of the country. The best thing about Nepal medical colleges is that most of the faculty is from India. There are numerous professors who belong to India. If you are looking for direct admission for MBBS in Nepal without donation in best medical colleges within your set budget under Management/Indian/foreign/quota in medical colleges

AIIMS MBBS Application Form 2018

AIIMS 2018 application form is available now. All India Institute of Medical Sciences has released form and prospectus for AIIMS 2018 MBBS admission. AIIMS MBBS 2018 entrance exam will be held on 26 and 27 May 2018. It is the only medical entrance exam whose scores are accepted for admission to AIIMS New Delhi and 8 other AIIMS like institutions namely at Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Guntur (Andhra Pradesh), Jodhpur, Nagpur (Maharashtra), Patna, Raipur, Rishikesh. Earlier there were 707 seats whene there were AIIMS New Delhi and 6 AIIMS like institutions. Now that there are AIIMS New Delhi and 8 AIIMS like institutions, seats have increased to 807. Know all about AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam 2018 application form, dates, seats, eligibility.

In order to appear for AIIMS MBBS 2018 entrance exam, candidates have to first apply. It is advisable to read prospectus and help manual before applying. Know important details of application form of AIIMS MBBS 2018 here.
  • AIIMS MBBS Application Form 2018 is available online at aiimsexams.org.
  • Registration of applications on AIIMS website is available for a one month window in February-March.
  • Candidates must fill all fields in the form.
  • Changes that can be done during registration process include Father’s Name, Mother’s Name, Gender, Nationality, Marital Status.
  • Editing details such as name, DOB, category, exam centre may not be possible later.

 Everybody is busy pouring over their textbooks and guides, referring to notes, studying into the night, and sitting at their desk, sucking on pencils and trying to memories all the formulas. Isn’t it nice to see everyone busy? At this crucial time, it is important to have some tips to crack NEET.
With just a few months left for the examination, your preparation might be in full swing, right? While there are students who have started their preparation, there are also those who don’t know how to plan their NEET.
If you haven’t got started, please give yourself a well-mannered punch and start preparing today! The most important step of all is the first step, guys. You can plan the journey to the destination well only if you know the starting point.

NEET Preparation: An Overview

 Name of Examination  National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
 Acronym Used Commonly  NEET
 Conducting Body  Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
 Mode  Written
 Subjects  4
 Time Limit  3 Hours
 Total Questions  180
 Subject Wise Questions  45
 Maximum Marks  720
 Marks per Question  4
 Negative Marking  Yes (-1)
 Courses Offered through the exam  MBBS, BDS

If we go with the experts and NEET toppers, dedicated practice and revision are the major factors that can lead to success. If you are somebody targeting the upcoming medical tests, go through these tips to crack NEET !

1.   Know the syllabus of the examination well

NEET syllabus is as vast as an ocean, and you need to know the exact location to fish the best output. Cut down on extra information and focus on important topics. Since we know NEET exam covers NCERT syllabus as well, you can compare the syllabus with your Board exam syllabus. It is beneficial for you if there are common chapters as you will not need to prepare them separately. This will give you ample time to concentrate on the parts of the syllabus that are not covered.
Physics – Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics and Nuclear Physics
Chemistry – Mole Concept, General Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Chemistry
Biology- Ecology and Environment, Genetics, Cell Biology; Morphology, Reproduction and Physiology of Plants and Animals; Basics of Biotechnology

2.   Good study material

Yes, that’s the most important element! While selecting the right study material for NEET is little confusing, with the help of teachers and online expert assistance, you can choose the right one. You can consult NEET toppers and see which book they referred. Of course, they won’t be reachable for all of you. So, you can read NEET topper interviews and try to get an idea about their preparation style. You should prepare study notes for NEET, solve previous years’ question papers and take mock tests to improve your speed and accuracy.

3.   Come up with an effective study plan

Time is priceless. We all know this, yet many aspirants fail to make the proper use of time and take a nosedive. Goal setting can be used as a strategy to help aspirants bring positive changes into their lives. In order to implement the setting of a goal, make sure to ask oneself some questions: What is my goal? Is my goal realistic? How much effort has to be put in to fulfill my goal? Until and unless you make a complete and thorough schedule of the way you want to study, you will not be able to complete the syllabus. Plan for the week in advance and figure out chapters that you need to prepare from the beginning.

4.   Work on weaker areas

It is possible that you are very strong in one subject and weak in the other. Do not get discouraged by the same. Try and work hard more on the weaker areas to strengthen them. If required, take help from a friend or senior or take extra classes for the subject. It will help in overcoming the fear of your weakness effectively.

5.   Practice mock test papers

One of the greatest challenges of the NEET examination is the time limitation. Students have to finish 180 questions in 180 minutes (3 hours). It means they can give a maximum of 1 minute per question. Time management is a mandatory skill that is required for this exam. While practicing at home, make sure that you keep the time limitation in mind. see complete solution of NEET previous year question paper; focus on the frequently asked questions, topics and pattern.

6.   Regular Study Breaks

We are humans and not machines. So, we require timely rest as, after all, even machines need some rest to get back to working efficiently. Hence, it is essential to realize that one can’t maintain an optimum level of concentration without taking an optimum break to recover. But beware that you don’t bring the breaks on a higher priority than studies. Breaks can be in the form of a ten-minute walk, a trip to the gym, having a chat with a friend or simply taking a small nap.

7.   Use New Technologies

There are many people who study by highlighting in the textbooks and making notes with a pen on a scrap of paper. These methods still find their place and importance, but there are countless options for personalizing study than ever before. Be it through online tools, social media, blogs, videos or mobile apps, learning has become easy, interesting and user-centered today. If you wish to try a new learning technology, then Topper is a great place to learn.

8.   Do not fall for guesswork

Many candidates have the tendency of taking the guesswork route for solving questions they don’t know. However, it might prove risky in this case as there is negative marking for a wrong answer. It is recommended to leave a question completely if you do not know the right answer. This is one of the most important tips to crack NEET that anyone can give!

9.   Health is everything

It’s crucial to evaluate yourself both physically and mentally. Instead of complaining “I never get enough sleep” or “I’m eating too much convenience food,” take control and plan for bringing in the balance. This will help you to be happier and more productive. Avoid junk and oily foods and switch to healthy diet plans. Do meditation and yoga exercises for better concentration. All these tips to crack NEET would be useless without this one factor!

10.                     Positivity is imperative

Your attitude decides the effectiveness of the learning process. If you possess a negative approach and keep saying that you can’t do it, then this won’t commit to the idea of learning. A grumbling approach will only make things difficult. The moment you start thinking positively, your brain will show greater activity. A right frame of mind also makes you feel less anxious and more open to new ideas.

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