How to get admission in MBBS in India
Everyone has a dream. Many of us dream of becoming a engineer, entrepreneur, scientist, teacher, professor or some like to have a different professional like singer, comedian, actor, dancer, musician and lots more.
Being a doctor is also one of the popular choices. Most of the students have a dream to become a Doctor and after 12th, most of the candidates aspire to become a Doctor. But It is definitely not an easy task to get admission in MBBS In top colleges.
It seems just like struggle to get admission in Medical Colleges and every year, lacs of students are struggling for the same. As we know MBBS is trending in India Now a days. There are Government and Private both types of Medical Colleges in India.
The aspirants who want to take admission in MBBS have to prepare for three major Competitive Entrance Examinations.
It is mandatory to apply for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), All India Institute of Medical Sciences for MBBS (AIIMS MBBS), Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER MBBS) to take Admission in MBBS.
The seats for each and every University/Colleges are all on the basis of merit rank and counselling. Where each year, around 6-7 lakhs students appears in Medical Entrance Examinations, Whereas total number of seats are 52,300 approximately in India.
Therefore, the decision to take admission in best college become very Important and you need to have complete knowledge and guidance. So for you people, weaner providing all the stuff here so that you need not to take tension anymore.
All the Medical Colleges follows Eligibility Criteria described below-
Candidate who are seeking admission in Medical Colleges should have passed Senior Secondary Examination of CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) or its equivalent Board along with PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY and BIOLOGY as main subjects.
And for NEET Entrance Examination, Candidate should be an Indian.
- Central Level
- State Level
- Central Level Entrance Examinations are AIIMS, AIPMT, JIPSER and these are having 15% of the total seats which are reserved for NEET Toppers.
- State Level Entrance Examinations earlier take Common Entrance Test (CET) such as MHT-CET, GCET, MP DMAT, GUJCET, KARNATAKA CET, EAMCET, BCECE, Assam CEE, UMPT, KEAM, MP PMT, PMET. All state Governments are expected to fill 85% quota for medical seats which are based on NEET scores.
Top Ranking Medical Colleges in India
- King George’s Medical University
- AIIMS Delhi
- Christian Medical College and Hospital
- Maulana Azad Medical College
- Lady Hardinge Medical College
- University College of Medical College
- Grant Medical College
- Armed Forces Medical Colleges
- Kasturba Medical College
- Madras Medical College
- Seth GS Medical College
- Sri Ramachandra Medical College
- Osmania Medical College
- Institute of Medical Sciences
- Bangalore Medical College
- KJ Somaiya Medical College
- Stanley Medical College
- St John’s Medical College
Government follows Reservation System in MBBS or BDS are:-
Physically Handicapped- 3%
(3% of the Seats under All India Quota are Reserved for Physically Handicapped Candidates)
NOTE: All India Quota is having no Reservation for Defence Quota. But in NEET some states have Reservation under Defence Quota.
- When the Results of NEET is announced, a Merit List for All India Quota is also released.
- There are two rounds of counselling which is conducted by MCC. After that, candidates have to register themselves on MCC’S Official Website.
- Earlier, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana were not a part of All India Quota Counselling and for that they needed to submit a Self-Declaration Form.
But now both the states also participate in All India Quota. But the candidates who are from Jammu and Kashmir need to submit a self-Declaration who wants to take part in All India Quota Counselling.
|243 Government Colleges||212 Private Colleges|
|33260 Seats||30140 Seats|
|Admission through Counselling||Admission through Counselling/ College|
|12k- 1 Lakhs/Year Fees||4-25 Lakhs/Year Fees|
|5 to 7 Lakhs total Cost||50 Lakhs to 1 Crores Total Cost|
The Candidates who are having Reserved Categories such as SC, ST, and OBC have to submit Documents given below:-
- NEET Admit Card
- NEET Rank Letter
- Date of Birth Proof
- Class 10th Pass Certificate
- Class 12th Pass Certificate
- Class 12th Mark sheet
- Transfer Certificate
- Migration Certificate
- Character Certificate
- Income Certificate of Parents/Guardian
- Gap Year Affidavit, if any
- 8 Passport Size Photographs, same as application Form
- Provisional Allotment Letter
- Proof of Identity
- Reserved Candidate should Carry Proof of Reservation.
- Domicile Certificate
Hope this Information is Useful for you.