MBBS Admission Guidance

The evolution of western Medicine in India started as early as 16th Century with the arrival of East India Company. Prior to the advent of allopathic medicine ayurvedic medicine was widely practiced in the Indian sub-continent. After the arrival of East India Company allopathic medical departments where set up initially to provide health care facilities for the troops and employees of East India Company.

To cope with the growing demand for western medicine in India initially two Medical colleges where commissioned by 1835 in Kolkata and Chennai respectively. These two prestigious Colleges by names of Calcutta Medical College & Madras Medical College are still functional and providing quality medical services to the public. Again in 1854 another medical college by name Agra Medical School now commonly known as Sarojini Naidu Medical College & Hospital was established to acknowledge the acceptance of western medicine in India.

With the wide acceptance western medicine practice in India the number of medical colleges have been growing year on year. In order to meet the demand Government of India subsequently allowed private Organizations to set up medical colleges in India.The Medical Council of India looks after the quality and the standard of medical education offered by medical colleges in India

As of 2017 there are a total of around 456 medical colleges with a combined capacity of 63,985 MBBS seats in India which Include Government as well as private medical colleges. Permission to establish a medical college are given under specified categories as listed below

Government Medical Colleges: Government Medical Colleges are run and managed by the State Government. MBBS admission in these medical colleges shall take place through common counselling conducted by the respective states However, 15% seats in each government medical college are reserved under All India Quota for students across the country. The Medical Counselling Committee shall conduct the counselling for these seats separately.

Private Medical Colleges: Private Medical Colleges are usually self-financing non-minority medical colleges. MBBS admission in these medical colleges shall take place through common counselling conducted by the centralised counselling authorities of that particular state.

Minority Medical Colleges: Minority medical colleges are private medical colleges categorized as religious and linguistic minorities. MBBS admission in these medical colleges shall take place through common counselling conducted by the centralised counselling authorities of that particular state.

Deemed Medical Colleges: Deemed medical colleges in are affiliated to concern deemed universities that are granted autonomous status. These universities enjoy complete autonomy in drafting their MBBS course work for their constituent deemed medical colleges. MBBS admission in these medical colleges shall take place through common counselling conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).

The most prestigious colleges providing MBBS in India are AIIMS Delhi and JIPMER. These colleges where established autonomously as an act of parliament and run independently apart from these colleges there are a number of other Govt. medical colleges in India that provide quality education.

Among the various states in India, Karnataka has the highest number of medical Colleges followed by Maharashtra and Tamil Naidu. The Medical Colleges in Karnataka are the most sought after medical colleges in the private sector.


  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences, [AIIMS] New Delhi (Govt.)
  • King George's Medical University, [KGMU] Lucknow (Govt.)
  • Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research, [JIPMER] (Govt.)
  • Madras Medical College, [MMC] Chennai (Govt.)
  • Bangalore Medical College, [BMC] Bangalore (Govt.)
  • Maulana Azad Medical College, [MAMC] New Delhi (Govt.)
  • Armed Forces Medical College, [AFMC] Pune (Govt.)
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh (Govt.)
  • Lady Hardinge Medical College, [LHMC] New Delhi (Govt.)
  • Sarojini Naidu Medical College, Agra (Govt.)
  • Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubli(Govt.)
  • Mysore Medical College, [MMC] Mysore (Govt.)
  • Kasturba Medical College,Manipal (Private)
  • St Johns Medical College, Bangalore (Private)
  • MS Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore (Private)
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum (Private)
  • Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai (Private)
  • JSS Medical College and Hospital, Mysore (Private)
  • Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, New Delhi (Private)
  • Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore (Private)
  • KS Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore (Private)
  • Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bangalore (Private)
  • Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dehradun (Private)
  • PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Peelamedu (Private)

India has made great advances in the field of medical sciences over the recent years. To be a Graduate in Medical science one has to undergo a degree in Bachelor of medicine & Bachelor of surgery (MBBS) in order to qualify as a certified medical practitioner. A career in medicine is one of the most rewarding, respectable and stable professions in India. With humongous job opportunities Medical field is one of the oldest professions in the country.

With an ever growing population (currently 1.2 billion) and a doctor patient ratio 1:1700 there is a huge gap to be covered in providing basic health care services to the publicthis demand is highly felt especially in the rural population and primary health care centres. It is estimated that we may need an additional 7 lakh doctors by 2022. Apart from the demand locally in our country Indian doctors are highly valued and renowned for their expertise and reputation in western countries also.

MBBS graduate with sound knowledge of medical vocabulary can easily become medical transcriptionists. With the increasing number of medical colleges in India, there is a need for competent medical professors and lecturers who can teach MBBS course to students. In addition, there are overseas opportunities not just for a job but also for pursuing your education. MBBS graduates pursuing Ph.D. programs overseas are paid better as compared to India.

Choosing MBBS becomes a natural option also as:

  • Medicine as a profession commands immediate respect in our society with large number of youth aspiring to become doctors.
  • Medical field provides a well-balanced and stable career for the youth of today.
  • A career in medicine is well paying and rewarding equally.
  • Due to the diversity of the field one can choose among numerous specializations suited to their temperament.
  • The filed provides constant progression with the advent of new technologies.
  • The demand in this profession will sustain due to the gap in the availability skilled practitioners.
  • There are huge opportunities for Indian doctors in western countries.

Choosing MBBS course as your future career goal is one of the best decisions you could ever make in your life. It is a great opportunity for the young generation who is motivated and has a dream to become a doctor to work for humanity.

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As National Eligibility Entrance Test or NEET is the major entrance exam to be qualified in order to secure admissions to MBBS course, there will be a huge competition among aspirants seeking MBBS admission. Providing value added inputs through our Expert counselling services helps you to choose the right college. We provide timely update and information about the various counselling applications and counselling processes of different states. Helping you in with the option entries at merit counselling always increases your chances of securing a seat through merit with careful selection of the colleges.

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Pre-Booking an MBBS seat through us will increase your chances to a guaranteed admission at medical colleges for best package. The best part of pre-booking a medical seat through us is that we also provide you with the options to explore the possibilities of getting a merit seat. We ensure a hassle free MBBS direct admission process.

From the academic year 2017-18, the Honourable Supreme Court made it mandatory for medical aspirants to take National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) in order to secure MBBS admission. NEET is a national level medical entrance exam for admission to MBBS course in government medical colleges, private medical colleges and deemed medical colleges.National testing Authority (NTA) conducts National Eligibility Entrance Test or NEET UG in the month of May (tentatively). The NEET exam is conducted across various cities in Indian for candidates seeking MBBS admission. The NEET result are declared in the month of June (tentatively).

Medical aspirants must qualify in NEET with requisite percentile to secure a merit seat. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) shall be conducting online MBBS counselling for admission to deemed medical colleges and 15% All India Quota Seats in Government Medical Colleges. The respective state Authorities shall also be conducting online MBBS counselling for admission to government quota seats, private quota seats, NRI quota seats and other quota seats in Government Medical Colleges and Private Medical Colleges in their respective states.

To appear for NEET medical entrance exam, the NEET eligibility criteria says that: candidates must have passed their 12th std. or equivalent examination from a recognized institute with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects as their main subjects and have scored a minimum of 50% aggregate marks.

For MBBS admission in medical colleges in India, it is mandatory for candidates to qualify in NEET UG that will be conducted 6thof May by NTA in various test centres across India.

NEET entrance exam for MBBS admission in India is highly competitive, as students from across the country participate in it. This year roughly 13 lakh students have already registered for participating in the NEET UG exams. The qualification benchmark of 50 percentile shall be based on the performance of the students overall and mean aggregate 50 % value shall determine the cut-off marks. Cracking NEET is not everyone's cup of tea. Hard work and dedication are the two key elements to ace this medical entrance exam.

Eligibility Criteria for Medical Admission

  • A candidate must obtain a minimum of marks at 50th percentile (40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC category) in NEET.
  • A candidate has completed age of 17 years at the time of MBBS admission.
  • A candidate must have passed PUC or 12th Std. with a minimum of 50% marks (40% marks for SC/ST/OBC category) taken together in PCB.

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