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JIPMER PG January 2018: Result Declared

Nov 24, 2017

The result for JIPMER PG exam for January 2018 session, which was held on 19th November 2017, has been declared.

A total of 18,034 candidates appeared for the exam.

Merit list has been released with ranks of all candidates who appeared for the exam.

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Category wise shortlisted candidates

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Important Notice

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UR Category

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OBC Category

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SC Category

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ST Category

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Institute Category

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OPH Category

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Foreign (NRI) Category

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Sponsored Category

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Minimum Cut-Off Scores for JIPMER PG Jan 2018

Category of Candidate

Minimum Qualifying Percentile

Unreserved (UR)/Inst/Sponsored/OCI/NRI


UR OPH (Orthopedic Physically Challenged)


SC/ST/OPH/OBC (All reserved)



Steps to download the Rank Letter cum JIPMER PG Result 2018

Candidates will need to download their result of JIPMER PG 2018 in the form of rank letter in order to participate in counselling process of JIPMER PG 2018. Follow the steps given below in to download JIPMER PG rank letter 2018.

  • Click on the link given below (the link will be made available on November 27, 2018, since JIPMER has notified that it will release rank letters of JIPMER PG 2018 exam on that day), to download JIPMER PG 2018 result.

  • Enter the login credentials including Login Id and Password provided at the time of registering for JIPMER PG 2018.

  • After entering the requisite details, the portal will direct candidates to their rank letters cum JIPMER PG result 2018.

  • Download the rank letter and keep it safe in both offline (by printing) and online mode for future references.


Tie Breaker

In case of a tie between percentile scores of two candidates of same categories, the tie will be resolved and merit list will be determined, after considering following factors in the given order:

  • First, ‘negative marks’ of a candidate will be considered. Those who score least negative marks will be placed in higher order of merit.

  • In case two candidates have same ‘negative marks’, next ‘total aggregate marks secured in MBBS’ will be considered. Those with lesser aggregate marks will be considered lower in priority compared to those with higher aggregate marks in MBBS.

  • In case the tie still remains unresolved, ‘age’ factor will be considered. Candidates senior in age will be placed higher in the order of merit than the younger ones. 


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