MBBS Admission Process

MBBS course
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, also known as MBBS, is the most renowned undergraduate medical programme in India. Students and aspirants across the country dream to become doctors; wear that prestigious white coat and pursue the MBBS programme. The course covers various fields of medicine and teaches the students to identify, verify and treat a disease to cure. The course covers a number of specializations in the field of medicine and enables learning as per the student’s interest. Students also dream and choose to pursue masters in different specialization as per their interest in future.

Highlights of MBBS
Course Name
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Short Name
Course Level
Course Type
Undergraduate Degree Programme
Course Duration
5.5 years
Course Mode
Full Time
Minimum Qualification Required
Selection Process
NEET Entrance Exam

MBBS Admission and application procedure
Step 1: Students have to qualify 10+2 as per the eligibility criteria.
Step 2: Students have to register for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam (NEET) within the stipulated date and time.
Step 3: Application form has to be submitted with all other requisites and fee has to be paid online.
Step 4: Candidates have to attend the exam and qualify in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam (NEET) as per their category with the required cut off.
Step 5: NEET-UG results will be released with the merit lists of all candidates in the order of merit.
Step 6: Aspirants can opt for AIQ and/or State Quota.
Step 7: Based on their selection, they have to register with the concerned committee website.
Step 8: Based on the aspirant’s marks and merit, they will be called for the counselling process by the respective committee.
Step 9: Once the students lock their seats in the counseling process, they can confirm their seats visiting the respective college and by completing the mbbs admission procedure.
Step 10: Students who couldn’t find suitable college for them in the counselling process can opt for the direct mbbs admission procedure.

MBBS Admission eligibility
· Candidates must have completed at least 10+2 level of education with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as compulsory subjects with English.
· The minimum score requirement may vary but General candidates must have scored at least 50% marks in the Intermediate examination.
· For candidates belonging to the reserved category, the minimum percentage required is 40%.
· The lower age limit to apply for MBBS programme is 17 years and the upper age limit is 25 years
· Candidates must also have qualified in National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam (NEET) for the admissions.

Direct MBBS admission percentile required
Qualifying Percentile
Qualifying Score (out of 720)
General Category
50th Percentile
40th Percentile
PwD Category (OC)
45th Percentile

Fees details
The course fee for MBBS varies with the college. In Government Colleges the course fee could be from INR 25,000 per annum to up to 5 Lakh for the overall course. In private institutions the course fee may cost up to 75 Lakh depending upon the facilities available.
MBBS syllabus
Pre-Clinical Subjects - Phase I
· Human Anatomy
· Human Physiology including Bio-Physics
· Biochemistry
· Introduction to Humanities and Community Medicine
Para-Clinical Subjects of Phase II
· Pathology
· Microbiology
· Pharmacology
· Forensic Medicine including Toxicology
· Community Medicine
Clinical Subjects of Phase II and Phase III
(1) Medicine and its allied specialties
· Medicine
· Pediatrics
· Psychiatry
· Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
· Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases
(2) Surgery and its allied specialties
· Surgery including Paediatric Surgery
· Orthopedics
· Radio-diagnosis and Radiotherapy
(3) Orthoinolaryngology
(4) Ophthalmology
(5) Obstetrics and Gynaecology
(6) Community Medicine

Top colleges for MBBS in India
All India Institute of Medical Sciences
New Delhi
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research
Christian Medical College
Tamil Nadu
National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences
Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences
Uttar Pradesh
Banaras Hindu University
Uttar Pradesh
Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research
Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research
Kasturba Medical College
King George`s Medical University
Uttar Pradesh
Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences
New Delhi
Madras Medical College and Government General Hospital
Tamil Nadu
Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education And Research
Tamil Nadu
St. John's Medical College
Aligarh Muslim University
Uttar Pradesh
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital
New Delhi
Maulana Azad Medical College
Christian Medical College
University College of Medical Sciences
JSS Medical College

Scope of MBBS
MBBS has a spectacular future compared to any other courses in India. Every day we can see the demand increasing for experts in the medicine sector. It is obvious that once a student completes his degree he will have a pool of opportunities waiting for him to explore as with experience his growth accelerates. The average annual salary of a professional can vary from INR 2.8 LPA to INR 75 LPA.

After MBBS
After MBBS, students broadly have 2 choices to choose from. Either they can proceed with higher studies or they can get into employment.
For higher studies, students are flooded with options such as course, specialization, type and where or which country to study in. Similarly for employment as well students have a list of options to choose from based on their interest.
· Hospitals
· Nursing Homes
· Laboratories
· Medical Colleges
· Biomedical Companies
· Health Centres
· Personal Clinic
· Research Laboratories
· Biotechnology Companies
· Pharmaceutical Companies
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