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Cut off trends of Medical Colleges in India | Top MBBS Colleges closing ranks

by Garima Trivedi

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Cut off trends of Medical Colleges in India - Medicine is one of the most popular careers in India apart from Engineering. It is one of the well paid jobs and noble careers. Those who have a degree in Medicine also get respect from the society. It is a noble profession where the Medicine Practitioner gets to serve the society in different ways.

Every year around 14 lakhs students appear for this exam. In 2019 alone, around 1410755 Medical aspirants had appeared for this examination. In order to appear for the different Medical entrance exams that are held in India, the students need to have completed XII from a government recognised Board in India with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as the compulsory subjects. 

If a student has to pursue a career in Medicine, then he or she will have to pursue an MBBS Degree. The acronym MBBS stands for ‘Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.’ Currently there are approximately 65,000 MBBS seats in different Medical Colleges across the country. Currently, there are 535 Medical colleges in India which are registered with the Medical Council of India (MCI).

Earlier there were several National Level, State level and Institutional Level Entrance Exams in order to grant admission to different Medical colleges across the country for the MBBS seats. But the Government introduced a Single Medical Entrance exam which is National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in order to fill the MBBS seats. The exam has been held successfully since 2013. It has replaced several premier Medical Entrance tests such as Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER) Entrance exams, State level Common Entrance Tests (CETs), All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi among others.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) is responsible for conducting NEET every year successfully over hundreds of examination centres across India and abroad.

General Eligibility criteria for NEET

According to the official notification released for the NEET 2020 by the NTA, the General eligibility criteria for NEET are as follows:

  1. Academic Qualification: The students who have cleared or are appearing for their Class XII or equivalent with Physics, Biology or Biotechnology, Chemistry and English as the compulsory subjects from any government recognised Board.
  2. Age Limit: The minimum age of the appearing student should be 17 years as before December 31, 2020. There is no Upper Age Limit for appearing in the NEET exam. However, it all depends on the Supreme Court orders
  3. No of attempts: Students can attempt NEET the number of times they want.
  4. Qualifying Marks: On the basis of category, the qualifying marks for the 12th class are as follows:
  • General or Gen - EWS - 50%
  • PwD-  45%
  • OBC/ SC/ ST - 40%
  1. Candidate’s Nationality: Those who are citizens of India, PIOs, Foreign origin OCIs and NRIs are eligible to apply for this exam.

 

In this blog, you will get to know about the 2019 cut off trends of NEET exam in the top 10 Medical colleges of India.

According to the NIRF ranking, the top 10 Medical colleges in India are as follows:

  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi
  • Christian Medical College, Vellore
  • Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kochi
  • Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
  • Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
  • Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Pudducherry
  • Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi
  • King George's Medical University, Lucknow
  • St. John's Medical College, Bangalore
  • Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi

 

1. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi

aiims

About

AIIMS Delhi has always been ranked as the top Medical Institution in India in order to pursue MBBS. The college was established in 1956 and is recognised by both MCI and the University Grants Commission. It is an autonomous College and is famous for offering world class Medical education through the latest technology. The students of AIIMS have gone on to become some of the best Doctors in the country. It offers its own Degrees and Distinction in MBBS being autonomous which is a huge advantage for the students. It offers 100 seats for the MBBS degree.

Official Website: https://www.aiims.edu/en.html

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 21 lakhs

   1

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

53

236

1081

2090

 

2. Christian Medical College, Vellore

cmc vellore

About

Spread across a campus of 200 acres, the college has a glorious Medical history of over 120 years. It was instituted in 1900 and is the top private Medical college of our country. The college has both Urban and Rural campus and trains its MBBS students by providing best Medical and educational facilities. It has 100 seats reserved for the MBBS. The college has its affiliation with the Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai.

Official Website: http://www.cmch-vellore.edu/ 

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 21 lakhs

   3

 

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

159

345

2799

5245

 

3. Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kochi

aims kochi

About

AIMSR is one of the largest Medical Facilities in recent times. The college was established in 1998. Spread across 125 acres, the college boasts of education which is a mix of Medicine and Technology. It is a top choice for those students who wish to pursue a career in Healthcare research. The academicians of the college solely focus on providing a generation of Healthcare Physicians. The college offers 150 seats for MBBS.

Official Website: https://www.amrita.edu/campus/healthscience

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 17 lakhs

   4

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

209

362

25390

59821

 

4. Armed Forces Medical College, Pune

armed force medical college pune

About

AFMC is a Medical College that provides MBBS degrees to those students who get commissioned into one of the Armed Forces after completing the degree. The college came into existence in 1948. It has an Urban campus which is spread across over 100 acres. It is affiliated with NAAC, MCI and Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. It has 150 seats reserved for the MBBS students.

Official Website: http://afmc.nic.in/

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 2 lakhs

   5

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

198

429

34893

61723

 

5. Kasturba Medical College, Manipal

Kasturba Medical College, Manipal

About

KMC, Manipal is a self - financed Medical college. It came into existence in 1953 and has an Urban campus. It has its affiliations with MCI and Manipal University. It is one of the few Medical colleges in our country which conducts foreign exchange programs with many top Medical colleges of the world. It has an Urban campus.

Official Website: http://manipal.edu/kmc-manipal.html

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 62.60 lakhs

   7

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

217

423

22339

63448

 

6. Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Pudducherry

JIPMER Puducherry

About

JIPMER Puducherry was established in 1964. Until 1984, the college had its own Entrance Exam for the MBBS. But since 2019, it has started admitting students through NEET. It was established in 1964 and is a Public research University. Spread across the Urban campus of 195 acres, the college has been awarded the ‘Institute of National Importance’ tag. It offers 150 seats for the degree of MBBS.

Official Website: https://jipmer.edu.in/

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 1.5 lakhs

   8

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

231

439

26779

64762

 

7. Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi

 

Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC)

About

MAMC Delhi is affiliated to MCI and University of Delhi. It was established in 1956. The college has four attached Hospitals through which it imparts the quality Medical education to the Doctors. Mr Anil Kumar is the current dean of the institute.

Official Website: https://www.mamc.ac.in/

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 1 lakhs

   1

 

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

241

455

25668

68923

 

8. King George's Medical University, Lucknow

King George’s Medical Univ KGMU Lucknow

About

KGMU is one of the best Medical colleges of Uttar Pradesh. It was instituted in 1905 and is spread across a campus of over 100 acres. It  is affiliated to both MCI and Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University. It has 150 seats reserved for the MBBS degree. The college has laid its emphasis on embarking best Doctors for the future.

 

Official Website: http://kgmu.org/

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 5 lakhs

   8

 

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

255

470

29901

76912

 

9. St. John's Medical College, Bangalore

St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore

About

The college came into existence in 1968. It is a private medical college which is affiliated to

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and MCI. The college has partnered with Apple to provide the training curriculum for its students. Spread across over 80 acres, the college is one of the best Medical colleges of Bangalore. The college admits 150 students for the MBBS degree.

Official Website: http://www.stjohns.in/

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 10.88 lakhs

   10

 

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

278

508

31467

79228

 

10. Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi

 

Lady Hardinge Medical Coll for Women

About

LHMC is a Medical college for women that was established in 1916 and is affiliated to the University of Delhi. Prof N N Mathur is the current dean of LHMC. The college is committed to its goal of providing the best female Doctors of the upcoming generation. It has 200 seats reserved for MBBS.

Official Website: http://lhmc-hosp.gov.in/

 

Course Offered

Course Duration

Course Fees

NIRF Ranking

MBBS

5 ½ years

Rs 6 lakhs

   12

 

Cut - off for MBBS

Course

General

OBC

SC

ST

MBBS

333

513

32905

87424

 

Recommended Read:

Top 10 Government Medical Colleges in India

Top 15 Medical Colleges in India using NEET ranking for admission

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