Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute Thrissur

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Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute Thrissur is one of South India’s pioneering institutions in health care and education. Following the motto ‘Service with Love,’ Jubilee Mission focuses on providing the best possible care to all patients, regardless of caste or creed. JMMCRI, affectionately known as “Poor Man’s Hospital” by the people of Thrissur, has an existential drive to uphold the “preferential option” for the poor and provide special considerations and concessions. Taking Jesus Christ the Healer’s mandate, Jubilee Mission serves the holistic welfare of patients and society at large, responding to the Need of the Hour.

Jubilee Mission Medical College and Research Institute (JMMCRI Thrissur) was founded in 1951 and is located in Kerala. The Jubilee Mission Medical College is one of Kerala’s top medical schools. In 1952, the Jubilee Mission Medical College Thrissur opened its hospital.

JMMCRI is equipped to provide high-quality health-care education by incorporating the Catholic spirit into its teaching. The Jubilee Mission Medical College and Related Health Education Efforts succeed in their mission without losing sight of the true Christian Spirit. JMMCRI finds fulfillment in making this place a Happy Home for people to re-launch their lives into a brighter future.

Quick Summary

Name of InstituteJubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute Thrissur
Popular NameJMMCRI Thrissur, Jubilee Mission Medical College Thrissur
LocationErnakulam Kerala
Year of Establishment1951
Institution TypePrivate
AffiliatedKerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur, Kerala
Approved National Medical Commission (NMC)
Hostel FacilitiesYes
CategoryMedical Colleges in Kerala
Entrance ExamNEET UG Exam/NEET PG Exam
CourseMBBSMD/MS
Official Websitehttps://jmmcri.org/
Contact DetailsAddress: Moospet Rd, Fathima Nagar, Mahatma Nagar, Nellikunnu, Thrissur, Kerala 680005
Email: jubileemission@jmmc.ac.in
Admission Helpline Number : 9667542500

Affiliation, Recognition and Type

Affiliated with:- Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur.
Approved by:- National Medical Commission (NMC)
Aid Status:-
Private

Facilities 

  • Sports
  • Cafeteria
  • Library
  • Community Health Centre
  • 24 Hour Help Line
  • I.C.U.s Super Speciality Centre
  • Blood Bank
  • Diagnostic Services
  • Accident & Emergency Department
  • OPD-Indoor Services

Faculty and Staff

  • In medical colleges, a dedicated team of faculty and staff is the foundation for success in medical education, research, and healthcare services. The faculty includes professors, associate professors, and assistant professors, experts in various medical fields. They actively engage in teaching, research, and clinical practice, guiding and mentoring future healthcare professionals.
  • Resident doctors receive comprehensive training under experienced faculty, enhancing their clinical skills. Nursing and paramedical staff provide essential patient care. Administrative and support staff ensure smooth operations, while research scholars and fellows contribute to scientific progress.
  • Technical and laboratory staff maintain advanced equipment, and security personnel ensure safety. Allied healthcare professionals enhance patient care.
  • This committed and diverse team in medical colleges worldwide plays a pivotal role in delivering high-quality healthcare services, advancing medical knowledge, and serving communities with dedication

Courses Offered

UG Course Details

Sr NoP. GraduationNo. of Seats
1MBBS100

PG Course Details

Course NameSeat Intake
MD – Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy2
MD – Respiratory Medicine2
DM – Cardiology3
DM – Neurology4
MD – Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine2
MS – General Surgery2
MD – Physiology1
MD – Psychiatry2
MD/MS – Ophthalmology2
MD – Immuno Haematology & Blood Transfusion2
MD – Emergency Medicine3
MS – Obstetrics & Gynaecology4
MD – Pathology3
MS – Orthopaedics3
MD – Radio Diagnosis/Radiology3
MS – ENT2
MD – Anaesthesiology4
MD – Paediatrics4
MD – Microbiology2
MD – General Medicine4

MBBS Course Syllabus 

NamePre Clinical Para ClinicalClinical
SemesterSemester 1 – 2Semester 3 – 5Semester 6 – 9 
SubjectsBiochemistryCommunity MedicineCommunity medicine and allied subjects (Psychiatry, Dermatology)
AnatomyForensic MedicineObstetrics and Gynecology
PhysiologyPharmacologyPediatrics
PathologySurgery and allied subjects
MicrobiologyClinical postings
Clinical postings
OPDs

Internship Structure

SubjectsCompulsory time duration for Internship
Community MedicineTwo months
Medicine, including 15 days of PsychiatryTwo months
Surgery, including 15 days of AnaesthesiaTwo months
Obstet./Gynae. including Family Welfare PlanningTwo months
PediatricsOne month
Orthopedics including PMROne month
E.N.T15 days
Ophthalmology15 days
Casualty15 days
Elective posting15 days
Total 12 months

Course Fees Structure 

MBBS Fees Details

CourseTuition FeesTuition Fees (NRI)
MBBSRs. 6,94,830/-Rs. 20,00,000/-

MD/MS Fee Details

CourseTuition FeesTuition Fees (NRI)Special Fees
ClinicalRs. 17,61,665Rs. 37,01,600Rs. 82,020
Non ClinicalRs. 10,69,583Rs. 37,01,600Rs. 82,020

NOTE: The above-shared fees can vary from the actual fees and are subject to change. To know the exact fee structure, candidates can connect with a counseling expert at the Admission Helpline No. 9667542500.

Eligibility Criteria For UG Course

CategoryEligibility Criteria
Entrance ExamNEET Exam
NativityOnly Indian citizens are eligible for admission unless otherwise notified. OCI cardholders can apply for Non-Resident Indian or supernumerary seats, but not for seats reserved exclusively for Indian citizens.
KeraliteCandidates of Kerala origin are categorized as Keralite.
Children of AIS officers (Non-Keralites) allotted to Kerala cadre are also considered Keralites but are not eligible for reservations or fee concessions.
Non-Keralite Category I (NK I)A candidate who is not of Kerala origin but fulfills any one of the following conditions will be categorized as ‘Non-Keralite Category I’ (NK I):
Has undergone a qualifying course in Kerala and is the son/daughter of Non-Keralite parents belonging to Government of India/Defence Service, posted to Kerala.
Has undergone a qualifying course in Kerala and is the son/daughter of Non-Keralite parents who are serving/served Government of Kerala for a minimum period of two years.
Is not of Kerala origin but has been a resident of Kerala State for a period of 5 years within the period of 12 years of his/her study.
Is not of Kerala origin but has undergone school studies in Kerala from standard VIII to XII.
Non-Keralite Category II (NK II)Candidates who do not fall under ‘Keralite’ or ‘Non-Keralite Category I’ are categorized as ‘Non-Keralite Category II’ (NK II).
NK II candidates are not eligible for admission to Medical/Dental courses in Government colleges.
Special CasesFifteen percent of the seats for MBBS & BDS Courses in Self-Financing colleges in Kerala are set apart for candidates irrespective of their domicile based on the NEET-UG 2023 rank list prepared by the Commissioner for the Entrance Examinations.
NK II candidates are not eligible for Communal/Special/Persons with Disabilities reservation or any fee concession.
Nominees and All India QuotaSpecial provisions apply to candidates nominated by the Government of India, candidates from the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Administration, Jammu & Kashmir, and candidates selected through All India quota seats for MBBS/BDS courses.
QualificationThe candidate must have passed from a recognised board/institute with a Class 12 credential or equivalent. In addition, the qualifying test should include biology, chemistry, English, and physics as core subjects.
Qualifying MarksA minimum of 50% is required for the general category, 40% for SC/ST, and 45% for Physically disabled candidates.

NEET UG Cut Off

CategoryQualifying criteriaNEET Cutoff 2022NEET Cutoff 2023
UR/EWS50th Percentile715-117720-137
OBC40th Percentile116-93136-107
SC40th Percentile116-93136-107
ST40th Percentile116-93136-107
UR / EWS & PH45th Percentile116-105136-121
OBC & PH40th Percentile104-93120-107
SC & PH40th Percentile104-93120-107
ST & PH40th Percentile104-93120-108

Eligibility Criteria For PG Course

Eligibility CriteriaDetails
Academic QualificationApplicants should possess an MBBS degree or provisional MBBS pass certificate recognized by NMC (MCI).
The MBBS qualification must be registered permanently or provisionally with NMC (MCI) or State Medical Council.
Candidates should have completed one year of internship or be likely to complete it on or before 11/08/2023.
Admission is granted after obtaining registration with the T.C. Medical Council.
NativityIndian Citizens of Kerala Origin
Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) for NRI seats (not eligible for general merit seats or other reservations other than NRI quota)
Candidates who are sons/daughters of Non-Keralite parents with an MBBS degree from a Kerala Medical College (not eligible for Communal/Special/PD reservation benefits)
All candidates should execute a bond to serve as Senior Resident for one year as per clause 11 of the prospectus.
AgeNo upper age limit for admission to PG Medical Courses-2023 (with exceptions specified below).
Medical Education Service Quota Candidates: Upper age limit of 49 years as of December 31 of the year of CEE notification (with a minimum of 10 years of service after course completion).
Health Service Quota and Insurance Medical Service Quota Candidates: Upper age limit of 47 years as of December 31 of the year of CEE notification (with a minimum of 10 years of service after course completion).
Qualifying CriteriaAll candidates must qualify the NEET PG-2023 conducted by the National Board of Examination, New Delhi.
Candidates must obtain a minimum of 50th percentile in the NEET PG Medical 2023.
For SC, ST, SEBC, SC-PwD (PD), ST-PwD (PD), and SEBC-PwD (PD), and service quota candidates under these categories, the minimum marks are at the 40th percentile.
For General (UR) – PwD (PD) and EWS (EW)–PwD (PD) candidates, the minimum marks are at the 45th percentile.

NEET PG Cut-Off 2023

CategoriesCut off percentile 2023Cutoff marks 2023
General50th275
SC/ST/OBC40th245
General-PH45th260
SC/ST/OBC-PH40th245

Jubilee Mission Medical College – Cut Off 2022 (State Quota)

CategoryFirst RoundSecond RoundMop-up Round Stray Vacancy Round
State RankAIRMarks State RankAIRMarks State RankAIRMarks State RankAIRMarks 
Open112615718612146620327601166323013595 – – –
NRI6996971334839405136923439 – – – – –

Counselling Registration Procedure

Online Submission of Application: Online submission of application through the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in is required to apply for admission to MBBS & BDS courses. The application process involves several steps, and it is important for candidates to follow these steps carefully. Here’s a detailed explanation of each step in the application process:

Application Process StepsDescription
Step 1: RegistrationOne-time procedure.
Generate a unique Application Number.
Create a strong password.
Record all provided information for future login.
Step 2: Fill ApplicationComplete all basic information required for processing the application.
Ensure all information is accurate and true.
Preview and confirm data before finalization.
Step 3: Application FeeMake payment through online or e-chalan.
Step 4: Upload Images & CertificatesUpload a recent passport-size photograph and candidate’s signature in jpeg format.
Upload all necessary certificates and documents supporting claims made in the application.
Convert multiple documents for a single claim into a single PDF file if needed.
Step 5: Print Application Acknowledgement PageAfter completing the previous steps, print the Application Acknowledgement page for future reference.

Counselling Registration Fees

CategoryFees (In INR)
GeneralRs. 500
SC/ OBCRs. 200
Scheduled Tribe (ST)Rs. Nil

Counselling Process for MBBS/BDS Courses

Centralized Allotment Process

  • The centralized allotment process for MBBS/BDS courses in State quota seats, including Government and Self-financing Medical/Dental Colleges, is overseen by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE). The process is based on the options submitted by eligible candidates included in the rank list of Medical courses published by the CEE.

Four Rounds of Counselling

  • Round I: All eligible candidates included in the state merit list are allowed to register their options in Round I. Option registration involves the payment of an option registration fee to the CEE. The fee amount will be notified by the CEE before the option registration process begins. The option registration fee is adjusted against the tuition fee for the allotted course. Candidates who are allotted a course in Round I should report to the allotted college within the specified timeframe.
  • Round II: All candidates who registered options in Round I can participate in Round II if they desire further allotments. No fresh option registration is required for Round II. Instead, candidates confirm their existing options and may rearrange or delete unwanted options registered in Round I. Option confirmation is mandatory for consideration in Round II. Candidates who are satisfied with their Round I allotment and do not wish to be considered for other options must cancel all remaining options. They can also exit the seat received through Round II if they choose to.
  • Mop-up Round: The Mop-up round allows fresh option registration with payment of a Mop-up registration fee. Candidates eligible for this round include those who were allotted/admitted to MBBS/BDS courses through Round I or Round II but exited their allotted seat within the specified time, as well as candidates who did not register any options in Round I or did not receive an allotment in Round I or Round II. Those who continued in admitted status up to the date notified by the CEE are not eligible for further rounds of counselling.
  • Stray Vacancy Round: This round aims to fill vacant seats that may arise after the Mop-up round. Candidates who were allotted a seat in MBBS/BDS courses through Round I or Round II, as well as those who received an allotment in the Mop-up round, are not eligible for the Stray Vacancy Round. No fresh option registration occurs for this round. The options registered in the Mop-up round are considered for Stray vacancy filling. The filling of Stray vacancies is conducted at the institutional level based on guidelines issued by the CEE. Eligible candidates can contact the concerned colleges within the specified time to secure admission by paying the applicable fee.

Important Note: The registration fee for candidates who do not join or vacate seats received through Mop-up or exit the seats received in Round I or Round II after the Mop-up round will be forfeited. For candidates who receive an allotment, the Mop-up registration fee is adjusted against the tuition fee of the allotted course, while for those who do not receive an allotment, the registration fee is refunded after the completion of the entire admission process for the academic year.

Documents Required For MBBS

  • Proof of Nativity
  • Datasheet of the student (format attached)
  • Allotment Memo of CEE Kerala
  • Candidates Data Sheet CEE Kerala
  • Admit card of NEET UG Entrance Exam
  • Score card of NEET UG Entrance Exam
  • 10th grade certificate to prove date of birth
  • 12th grade pass certificate and statement of marks
  • SC/ST/OEC Certificate (Non creamy layer/Income certificate)
  • Income certificate in case of SC/ST/OEC students
  • Community/Minority certificate from revenue authority if applicable
  • Course and Conduct certificate
  • Transfer Certificate (TC)
  • Migration certificate
  • Equivalency/Eligibility certificate (if applicable)
  • Medical Fitness Certificate (format available in the CEE website)
  • Passport size photo (05 Nos.) with Name and date of birth
  • Stamp size photo (05 Nos.)
  • Copy of Aadhaar card (Student)
  • Copy of Pan card (Parent)
  • Undertaking by the student countersigned by the parent on applicability of tuition fees.

Documents Required For MD/MS

  • Data sheet of PG Medical issued by CEE.
  • Date of Birth Proof: Secondary School Leaving Certificate/Senior
  • Secondary Certificate/Indian Passport/Birth certificate.
  • MBBS Degree /Pass Certificate
  • House Surgeoncy (CRRI) Certificate.
  • NEET (PG) Score Sheet.
  • Original “Transfer Certificate” from the institution last studied.
  • Relieving order from the institution last worked for those in Government service
  • Originals of all the uploaded documents/certificates.

Ranking & Reputation

Name of InstituteJubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute
ReputationGood
EducationGood
FacultyGood
InfrastructureGood

Contact Details

  • Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute
  • Address: Moospet Rd, Fathima Nagar, Mahatma Nagar, Nellikunnu, Thrissur, Kerala 680005
  • Email: jubileemission@jmmc.ac.in
  • Admission Helpline Number : 9667542500
  • Website: https://jmmcri.org/

FAQs

Q. What is the official website for Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute?

A. The official website of Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute is https://jmmcri.org/

Q. Is Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute a govt. or private medical college?

A. Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute is a private medical college.

Q. How many seats are there for Medical aspirants at Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute?

A. There are 100 seats available for MBBS students at Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute.

Q. What are the admission requirements for medical programmes in Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute?

A. Students must perform well on the NEET exam in order to be admitted to the Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute.

Q. How do eligible qualifying criteria for MBBS at Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute?

A. Candidates must have a decent NEET UG rank and a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as compulsory subjects.

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