Candidates who have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English securing a minimum of 60% marks (50% in case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/ Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped candidates) in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English or whose results of Class – XII are likely to be declared are eligible to apply. (ii) The candidate should have attained the age of 17 (Seventeen) years as on 31st December

JIPMER Entrance Exam

Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Pondicherry/Puduchery, conducts an all-India entrance test (JIPMER-MBBS) for admission into the first year of MBBS course. Usually, JIPMER admits 75 students to the MBBS courses each year.


Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

Students seeking to appear JIPMER-MBBS should fulfill the following criteria:

Candidates should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination (+2) under 10+2+3 pattern.
Candidates must have secured 50% marks in English and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together.
Candidates should have attended the minimum age of 17 years.
Student should be an Indian national.
Examination Pattern

JIPMER conducts entrance examination on all India basis and only merit in the JIPMER-MBBS Entrance Examination is the criterion for selection to MBBS course.

The examination consists of 200 multiple choice objective type questions.
There are equal number of questions from each section of English, Botany, Zoology, Physics and Chemistry.
There is no negative marking for wrong answer.


Admission of Indian nationals to undergraduate programmes like B.Tech/B.Pharm/Integrated M.Sc., and M.Tech courses in any one of the IITs at Chennai, Guwahati, New Delhi, Mumbai, Kanpur,Kharagpur and Roorkee, is made through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) conducted by an IIT every year. Some other well-known institutes also admit students to their undergraduate programmes from the JEE merit list.
Understandably, the Joint Entrance Examination --IIT-JEE-- is extremely tough and calls for a high level of preparedness.
This is for the 20th time in 24 years!
When should I start preparing for IIT-JEE?
Ideally from Standard IX, because the workload then is far lesser than those of higher classes. Preparation becomes easier and owing to the advantage of time, much deeper.
Postal and Classroom Courses offered for IIT-JEE.
Correspondence Courses for IIT-JEE:

This course is intended for students of Standards IX and X. AIM's professors, with their in-depth understanding of IIT-JEE, have prepared the lessons to enable young students to get a firm grasp of basic concepts in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The course is designed to complement and supplement regular schoolwork.

2. IIT:ELITE - For Students of Std-XI
AIM’s 2-year ELITE course for IIT-JEE has been developed and honed over the years. It is the most exhaustive, scientific and systematic preparation available for IIT-JEE. The course sets you on a carefully chartered path beginning immediately after the Standard X exams and leading right up to IIT-JEE.
ELITE makes the maximum use of the less taxing Standard XI. It equips you, not only with the necessary knowledge, but also essential problem-solving skills. The course teaches the subjects from fundamentals, drills students with graded exercises, guides them with Postal Test Papers with solutions, raises their morale through Contact Programmes for interaction with our faculty and evaluates them periodically with AIM’s.MAT (AIM's Mock All-India Tests), the most rigorous, real and result-oriented testing process under exact IIT-JEE conditions.

3. IIT:YG (Young Genius) File with AIM’s.MAT
The preparation for IIT-JEE involves intensive training to answer objective-type questions and solving tough problems. There is always an element of surprise in the IIT-JEE question paper. YG File prepares students for such surprises through the experience of tackling problems of JEE standard.
The course teaches the subject from fundamentals, drills students with graded exercises, evaluates them with AIM’s.MAT (AIM's Mock All-India tests) - the most rigorous, real and result-oriented testing process under exact IIT-JEE conditions, guides them with Postal and Simulator Test papers (with solutions), and raises their morale through Contact Programmes for interaction with our faculty.

For Students of Std-XII:
1. One-year course with YG (Young Genius) File and AIM’s.MAT One-year Test Series (AIM's Mock All-India Tests) for the Screening and Main Exams.
2. YG File course with AIM’s.MAT One-Year Test Series.

Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune


The Armed Forces Medical college (AFMC) Pune, was established in 1948 for Post graduate courses. A graduate wing for MBBS course was started in AFMC on 4 Aug 1962 with the aim of inducting medical graduates to the Armed Forces Medical Services. The AFMC is affiliated to Maharashtra University of health Sciences, Nasik; and is recognized by the Medical Council of India.

Course Duration:

The duration of MBBS course is 4 ½ years followed by compulsory rotating internship training of one year. All the students with service liability undergo internship training in selected service hospitals recognized by Medical Council of India.

Eligibility: A candidate seeking admission to the MBBS course is eligible to take the entrance examination if he/she fulfills the following conditions:

* A candidate must be citizen of India.
* Must be unmarried,
* Should be medically fit.
* Must have attained the age of 17 years on 31st December of the year of examination but must not have attained the age of 22 years on that date.
* Candidate must have passed qualifying examinations in the First attempt
( with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology,) securing not less than 60% of the aggregate marks in these three science subjects taken together and not less than 50% marks in English and 50% marks in each of the science subjects.
* For Candidate who has passed B.Sc , 2 years age relaxation is permissible.

Scheme of Written Examination:

The all India Competitive written examination will be of 2 hours duration and will have one paper comprising of four parts containing objective type of questions as under:-

Part Subject Total Marks



Biology (Zoology and Botany)






IV (a)


Intelligence , Logic and Reasoning

English language and comprehension



Total 200


Each part comprises of 50 questions of one mark each. For each correct answer one mark will be credited. Wrong answers will have negative marks. For each wrong answer 0.25 marks will be deducted. Use of calculator is not permitted in the examination.


Candidates, who are found eligible as per the criteria of eligibility, will be called at one of the examination centers to appear in the competitive examination on first Sunday of May. On the basis of their performance in the written examination selected candidates in order of merit will be called for an interview to be held in the month of May/June at AFMC, PUNE. The number of students called for interview is about 900 + (7 times the total number of seats)