JIPMER 2019: Live streaming of MBBS counselling from next academic year
The JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education and Research), Puducherry conducted the last year JIPMER PG medical counselling via live telecast and recording on December 21, 2018 from 11.30 onwards. From the academic year of 2019-20, the JIPMER is decided to conduct the JIPMER MBBS counselling through live telecast and recording too.
The significance of this live telecast and recording will ensure the transparency during the counselling process. The director of the institute added that the efficacy of live telecasting for the JIPMER MBBS counselling will be much more enhanced.
The parents/guardians who usually waits for their children in outside the venue will eventually anxious about the selection of their children. However, in a live telecast and recording counselling, transparency and reliability are ensured.
Moreover, the waiting list candidates can also utilize this facility in order to track their scope of admission in MBBS.
How It Works?
The internet connectivity, National Knowledge Networks (NKNs) provided by the National Informatics Centre (NIC), Puducherry is used for live telecasting the entire process.
One should perform the following step in order to view the live telecast.
- The ‘announcement’ section available in the website must be opened by the parents.
- One must open the press release of ‘Live Telecast of Counselling’ by clicking.
- Further, one must click the provided link in the press release in order to view the live event.
The notification about the JIPMET MBBS counselling 2019 which is conducted in three rounds is also projected in the announcement section. The qualified candidates in the JIPMET medical entrance exam will be taken to the first round of counselling which will be commenced from June 26 to 28, 2019.
The seat allotment rounds, second and third round will be conducted on July 24 and August 21, respectively.
In order to view the counselling process, one can connect smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops with the LCD projector. The parents can also choose to use headphones or external speakers for a better quality of sound.
It is to be noted that for the very first time, this facility is being introduced in the government colleges across India.