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Date: 23 Mar 2016   Posted By: souvik     Group: Education    Category: India Educational Consultants   

I am a student of Science (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, English) in class XII. My ambition is to study Medical. If I fail to secure rank in NEET, or AIPMT, which college gives the cheapest admission package in management quota? (the college must be MCI approved)?
Awaiting earnest response.

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Author: Kailash Kumar    26 Mar 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

In my opinion the author should work hard for preparations to clear competitive entrance examination for admission in a medical course. Regarding specific answer to the query raised by the author it appears not prudent to offer advice by giving a list of such medical colleges who admit students under management quota on the basis of donation instead of merit. As per information made available on the net donations in the range of Rs. 50 lakhs to Rs. 1 crore are charged by such institutions. The author may google using the key words 'MBBS direct admission' to find more information.

Author: Mahesh    27 Mar 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 5  (Rs 5)    Voting Score: 0

Your focus needs to be on clearing the entrance exam with good marks. If not that is going to affect you in terms of future admissions. Not just in government colleges but also in private colleges. Don't keep any specific preference for the college in case of management quota. Because that way you end up paying more fees to such colleges. And then also securing seat would not be easy.

You can attempt university specific medical entrance too. And that should give you more chances of selection for the college.

Also the admissions in one of these places are like your caste or religion matters. For example, general category students end up paying more money for the donation or paid quota. In case of the caste students who want management quota the fees are less but still it is large.

Most of the management quota fees start from 75 Lakh onwards on the top medical colleges. In case of average medical colleges or government college the fee would be around 45 Lakh onwards. And the educational yearly fees as per the university standards.

Author: Sheo Shankar Jha    28 Mar 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

The only answer to this lies a meticulous preparation for your medical tests for CBSE medical, JIPMER, AFMC, AIMS etc.
With regard to preparation, you would have to follow the NCERT text - books closely and all the chapters in Physics, Chemistry and Biology are important. Make it a point to grasp the chapters thoroughly and in order to understand the fundamentals of each topic, underline the word or words which may not be clear to you. Get it clarified by your teachers or mentors so that the basics are thoroughly understood.
The second important aspect would be to appear in the mock - tests organised by prominent Institutes like Aakash, Kota Institutes etc to assess your preparation. Moreover, these Institutes would offer you feed backs of your degree of preparation
All the Institutes enlisted above are the distinguished Institutes and in terms of fee - structure, their ranges would be quite affordable to you.
Private - medical Colleges don't have decent infrastructure and in addition to it, you have to pay an amount which may not be affordable to you. Sometimes it may be as high as seventy - five lacks.
Hence an honest preparation for the medical tests can fetch you a seat in a top medical college.

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