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  • MBBS eligibility and fees in private colleges in India


    Keen to become a medical professional through MBBS in India? Check out useful tips to prepare for the NEET exam, the eligibility criteria to enroll for MBBS, and the approximate fees of MBBS programs in a private college.

    I want to become a Doctor. For this goal, I would like some information.

    My queries-
    1. Some suggestions on how to study and clear the NEET exam 2023.
    2. Eligibility for MBBS
    3. What is the fee structure to study MBBS through a private college in India?
  • Answers

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  • It is great that you have chosen a noble career as a doctor. First and foremost, I wish you achieve your goal of becoming a qualified healthcare professional.

    To study MBBS in India, you must write the qualifying examination, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test conducted every year by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The MBBS seats have been allotted in all medical colleges, irrespective of government, private or autonomous institutes such as JIPMER, PGIMER, AIIMS, all over India through this NTA. NEET is mandatory even to study MBBS abroad so that you can pursue PG or practice in India after completion of UG medicine in countries like Russia, Ukraine, etc.

    You are required to complete 17 years of age and above and no limits on NEET attempts. You must complete classes 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as core subjects, and minimum 50% marks for the general category, and 40% for the reserved category. Foreign nationals/NRIs/ PIO, have been also eligible to take up the NEET. The official website for NEET is www.neet.nta.nic.in

    In India, studying MBBS has been expensive at present unless the aspirant gets a good ranking in the NEET to avail seat in the topmost government/government-aided medical colleges. As for as the private colleges/deemed universities are concerned, 50% of the seats in those colleges must be allotted for NEET candidates, equal to the fee structure of government colleges in the respective region/States/Union Territories according to the NMC norms. So fees vary depending upon the rank you have scored, and your college choice to be government or private. Undoubtedly, private colleges do charge exorbitant fees including hostel fees and other expenses in lakhs. You can search on the internet about MBBS fee structures prevailing in various colleges in different States, Union Territories. and private medical colleges.

    For your first question regarding how to study to score a good rank, confidence, understanding the concept, practice, and dedication is essential. To crack a good score in the NEET 2023, you must be attached to any coaching center conducting unlimited mock tests with numerous study modules and previous test papers. Immense practice alone would get you a good score and a seat in top colleges. The exam is to be conducted on 7th May 2023 and you hardly have two-and-half months' time to prepare for the exam.

  • It is heartening to note that you want to make a career in the medical line. In such a condition, your starting point should be to have a MBBS degree through a recognised medical college. This could be a government college or a private one. The striking difference between the two is that the government college could be affordable to you in terms of fee structure and other improved facilities for libraries and better guidance of the professors owing to their enriched experience and expertise apart from providing better inputs in course of examining the patients or otherwise. In the private medical colleges, fees could be beyond the reach of the students belonging to middle class families.
    The only option to sustain your studies in MBBS needs your impressive scores in the NEET arranged by NTA and the same condition holds good for both the government and private medical colleges.
    Eligibility for appearing for NEET is as follows-
    1) The aspirants must secure at least 50% marks in their 10+2 examination of any recognised board such as CBSE, Sr. Cambridge or any recognised state boards of India. For other categories, such as for the reserved categories, minimum marks have been prescribed 40%.
    2) The minimum age of the aspirants should be 17 years in the year, they are to write the NEET.
    Depending upon their performance in the NEET, the candidates would be accommodated seats for the medical entrance.
    Relating to your queries raised from your end, my answers are in the sequence wise as indicated below-
    1) You have to gear up your studies in such as way that the fundamentals of Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology is clear to you if you follow NCERT books or other text books of any recognised board. This should be your starting point. Relating to any doubt, take the help of the subject teacher. The second part is to get yourself enrolled in a distinguished coaching institution for better guidance in terms of coaching, appearing mock tests conducted by the institute on regular basis and attempting the questions of last seven years of the medical tests for the familiarity of patterns. Equal emphasis is to be attached to all the portions/ sections of such papers.
    2) Eligibility condition for admission to MBBS course has been indicated as above in the beginning.
    3) Fee structure of private medical college would vary depending upon of the choice of the college and their scorings in the NEET. The following are the fee structure of some of the private medical colleges-
    1) Hamdard Institute of Medical Science, Delhi - 12,0000/-
    2) Gitam Institute of Medical Science, Visakhapatnam- 20, 75, 000/-
    3) MM Institute of Medical Science- 15,0000/-
    4) BM Patil Medical College, Bengaluru- 17,0000/-
    5) KS Medical College Mangalore- 15,35,000/-
    Fees are to be paid yearly wise. Fees are variable according to rapport of such private medical colleges.

  • For appearing in NEET exam one has to have Biology as a subject in class XI and XII and one should have 50% marks (40% for SC/ST) in class XII final exam. Depending on the result of neet examination a student is allotted a medical college based on the student's preference and his score in NEET. As the MBBS course fee in government medical colleges is much less than that of private colleges, the students having very good score will be allotted seats in those Government colleges and others may not get seat there and will have to go to private medical colleges. So all this is finalised during the counselling and document verification sessions. It is obvious that everything depends on the score obtained in NEET.
    Seeing the vast difference in MBBS fee between Govt and private colleges, Govt has made it mandatory for private medical colleges to offer 50% of seats on the same rates as that of the Govt colleges. This is at least providing some relief to those meritorious students who cannnot afford to pay high fees.
    The annual MBBS course fee in private medical colleges varies from Rs 211000 to Rs 2250000.

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  • It is nice to hear that you want to make a career in the medical profession. But you need to work hard to qualify for this examination. As you know, there as re more competition in this field.
    Candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized board, with Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and English as compulsory subjects. The candidate should be 17 years old as of December 31, 2023. There is no maximum age limit. For appearing in the NEET exam candidates should have a minimum of 50% marks for the unreserved category, 40% for SC / ST, and 45%for the PWD candidates in the class XII final exam. The applicant's maximum number of attempts is unrestricted. Aspirants who are Indian nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, or Foreign Nationals are eligible to apply.
    There is a vast difference in MBBS fees between Govt and private colleges. Govt has made it mandatory for private medical colleges to offer 50% of seats at the same rates as that of the Govt colleges. This is an opportunity for meritorious students who can't afford to pay high fees. The annual MBBS course fee in private medical colleges varies from Rs 211000 to Rs 2250000. For more details, you should check the website.

  • For MBBS admission there is only one entrance exam called NEET. NTA conducts the medical entrance test. The syllabus includes topics from class 11 and 12 CBSE curriculum. The Candidates should answer 180 multiple choice questions out of 200 questions in 3 hours. The paper will be in three sections. Physics, chemistry and Biology. The biology section will have 100 questions out of which 90 questions are to be answered. Maximum marks will be 360 from this section. In physics and chemistry sections there will be 50 questions in each section and you have to answer 45 from each section. Total marks from each section will be 180.

    To secure MBBS admission in India candidates need to qualify for the NTA NEET cutoff. The cutoff of NEET for MBBS admission is the 50th percentile for general candidates and for reserved category candidates, the cut-off is 40th percentile. Only candidates who secure the NEET cutoff marks can get admitted to any college.
    1. To prepare well for the examination, you should understand biology well and all chapters should be covered. You should also understand physics and chemistry well. Answering model question papers and old question papers will help you in understanding the time management during examination. If you don't know the answer don't hang around. Talk to any candidate who is doing his MBBS and learn from him the way you can approach for the examination. There are many medial entrance coaching institutes. Join a good coaching institute and concentrate 100% on studies only. Any doubt about the subject should get clarified from your teachers.
    2. Eligibility Criteria:
    A). A pass in 10+2 or equivalent examination with minimum 50 % marks with Biology, Physics and chemistry should be the subjects . Reserved categories should obtain minimum 40%.
    B). Minimum age limit is 17 years.
    C). NEET qualification
    Only candidates who obtained cut off percentage in NEET will be allowed for admission even in private colleges also.
    3. Fee structure: The fees for the private colleges is between 20 Lakh to 70 Lakhs. The fee for government institutes is around 20,000 to 7.5 Lakh. The fee varies from college to college based on the demand and the infrastructure.

    drrao
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  • Becoming a medical professional and earning an MBBS degree in India is a dream for many students. However, the journey towards achieving this dream is not easy, and it requires hard work, dedication, and commitment. In this article, we will provide you with some useful tips to prepare for the NEET exam, the eligibility criteria to enroll for MBBS, and the approximate fees of MBBS programs in a private college. Additionally, we will also list some of the best universities for studying MBBS in India.

    1) Tips to prepare for the NEET exam 2023
    The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national-level medical entrance exam conducted every year for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in various government and private medical colleges in India. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the NEET exam:

    a) Start early: Begin your preparation at least 1 year before the exam date.
    b) Understand the syllabus: Check the NEET syllabus thoroughly and make a study plan accordingly.
    c)Practice regularly: Solve as many practice papers and previous year question papers as possible to improve your speed and accuracy.
    d) Focus on weaker areas: Identify your weaker areas and give extra attention to those topics.
    e)Time management: Practice time management by solving sample papers within the given time frame.
    f) Stay healthy: Take care of your physical and mental health during the preparation period.

    2) Eligibility for MBBS
    The eligibility criteria to enroll for MBBS in India are as follows:

    a) The candidate must have completed 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as core subjects.
    b) The candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in 10+2 or equivalent examination. For SC/ST/OBC candidates, the minimum percentage required is 40%.
    c) The candidate must have completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before December 31 of the year of admission.
    d) The candidate must also qualify for the NEET exam to be eligible for admission to MBBS programs.

    3) Fee structure to study MBBS through a private college in India
    The fee structure for MBBS programs in private colleges in India varies from institution to institution. The approximate fees for MBBS programs in private colleges range from INR 15-25 lakhs per year. However, some colleges may charge more, depending on their reputation and facilities.

    Here are some of the best universities for studying MBBS in India:

    a) All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi
    b) Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore
    c) Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
    d) Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), Delhi
    e) Grant Medical College (GMC), Mumbai
    f) Kasturba Medical College (KMC), Manipal
    g) Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry
    h) Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC), Delhi
    i) St. John's Medical College (SJMC), Bangalore
    j) King George's Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow

    Pursuing an MBBS degree in India is a challenging yet rewarding journey. To succeed, one must have a clear understanding of the eligibility criteria, prepare well for the NEET exam, and carefully choose the institution they wish to attend. We hope this article has provided you with useful information to help you achieve your goal of becoming a medical professional.

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    MBBS is one of the prestigious course in India. Lots of people aspire to pursue it. To get admission in MBBS courses in India, the candidates are required to appear in NEET.

    MBBS in India requires a student to get at least 50% in the 10+2 examinations. The duration of MBBS courses in India is of 5.5 years. The first 4.5 years is for the classroom training and the last year is for internship.

    Suggestion on how to clear NEET:

    1. Make a study time table to complete the NEET syllabus in time

    2. Always try to learn new things from different sources.

    3. Don't try to relax at the time of studying.

    4 Take practice and mock tests regularly.

    5 Always prepare for the difficult topics first.

    6 Make your own notes.

    7. Take guidance from experienced people.

    8. Study NCERT books several times.



    Eligibilty criteria for MBBS:

    1. The candidate must be of 17 years of age at the time of MBBS admission in India.

    2. The candidate must not exceed the age of 25 years.

    3. The medical candidate needs to score 50% marks in 12th grade for general category students. Reserved category candidates must achieve a minimum of 40%.

    4. For AIIMS, the percentage required is 60% and 45% for SC/ST and OBC.

    5. A medical candidate must Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as their primary subjects in 12th standard.

    6. NEET is mandatory.

    7. Other entrance exams which a medical candidate can appear for- JIPMER or AIIMS entrance tests, Kerala CEE, Karnataka CET, etc.

    Fees in private medical colleges:

    It varies from college to college but from various sources I have known that the fees is approximately 70lacs to 1 crore for 4.5 years

    Sanjeev

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