Hello everyone and welcome to my website. My name is George. I am a doctoral candidate in medicine.
I completed my studies at Indiana University of Science. After that I decided to connect my life with science. Now I lead an active student life.On my website I tell applicants and students all about student life.

Those who are looking for a university can find answers and help in choosing on my site.
I personally help some students to get into one or another university. Because not everyone knows what documents are necessary for admission. Paid or free education.
There was a case. One student wanted to go to law school, but after talking to him, I realized that he was more suited to the medical field.

Below in this article I will tell you about the best medical universities in India. I will give tables and lists. In addition to this article, on my website you will find answers to all your questions regarding medical school admission.

What medical school in India should I go to?

Medical colleges are the common names for medical schools in India. The National Medical Commission, the main regulatory body, oversees medical school quality. It regularly inspects the institutions and accredits them for particular programs. In the 1950s and 1960s, the federal and state governments established the majority of the medical schools. However, a number of private medical facilities, mainly in Karnataka, were established in the 1980s. In the new millennium, the state of Andhra Pradesh permitted the founding of a number of private institutions. [1] Medical school can be expensive if the government does not provide financial aid.

MBBS is the entry-level medical degree earned at Indian medical colleges. The MBBS program lasts four and a half years, and then there is a mandatory rotating residential internship that lasts for one year (CRRI). A postgraduate course in surgical specialties, MS, or MD and DNB (Highly Qualified P.G. and Superspecialization), which are postgraduate courses in medical specialties typically of three years duration, or diploma postgraduate courses of two years, are the courses that come after the MBBS course. Only MS or MD holders are permitted to pursue super- or sub-specialties. DM or MCh refers to a qualification in a super- or sub-specialty.

List of Top Medical Colleges in India

Beginning in 2021, admission to medical school will be based on NEET score (UG). Before NEET, entrance exams were administered at the national level by a number of institutions, including the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences, Christian Medical College, Kasturba Medical College, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Armed Forces Medical College, St. John’s Medical College, and National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences.

The four Indian states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Uttar Pradesh have the most medical schools. The states with the least are Sikkim, Manipur, Tripura, Chandigarh, and Goa.

The National Medical Commission recognizes the credentials of 543 medical colleges and 64 standalone PG Institutes in India as of May 21, 2020. An incomplete list of medical schools in India is shown below.

Government Institutes

Government Institutes
Name of State/Union Territory
No. of Seats No. of Colleges No. of Seats No. of Colleges
Andaman & Nicobar Islands 112 1 0 0
Andhra Pradesh 2360 12 140 2
Arunachal Pradesh 50 1 0 0
Assam 900 6 176 3
Bihar 1140 9 40 1
Chandigarh 150 1 100 1
Chattisgarh 770 6 100 1
Delhi 1115 7 162 3
Goa 180 1 50 1
Gujarat 3750 17 500 4
Haryana 710 5 100 1
Himachal Pradesh 720 6 75 1
Jammu & Kashmir 885 7 126 2
Jharkhand 680 6 50 1
Karnataka 2900 19 160 3
Kerala 1455 9 240 5
Madhya Pradesh 1970 13 50 1
Maharashtra 4280 24 260 4
Manipur 225 2 100 2
Meghalaya 50 1 0 0
Orissa 1150 7 50 1
Pondicherry 180 1 40 1
Punjab 600 3 80 2
Rajasthan 2600 14 40 1
Tamil Nadu 3650 26 100 1
Telangana 1740 10 100 1
Tripura 125 1 0 0
Uttar Pradesh 3250 24 190 3
Uttarakhand 425 3 0 0
West Bengal 3000 18 250 3

Private Institutes

Private Institutes
Name of State/Union Territory
No. of Seats No. of Colleges No. of Seats No. of Colleges
Andaman & Nicobar Islands 0 0 0 0
Andhra Pradesh 2800 18 1,200 13
Assam 0 0 0 0
Bihar 600 5 200 3
Chandigarh 0 0 0 0
Chattisgarh 450 3 500 5
Delhi 200 2 0 0
Goa 0 0 0 0
Gujarat 1750 12 840 9
Haryana 1000 7 850 9
Himachal Pradesh 150 1 280 4
Jammu & Kashmir 100 1 100 1
Jharkhand 0 0 300 3
Karnataka 6595 41 3,360 44
Kerala 2800 23 1,730 20
Madhya Pradesh 1300 8 1,320 14
Maharashtra 4570 31 3,250 34
Manipur 0 0 0 0
Meghalaya 0 0 0 0
Orissa 600 4 300 3
Pondicherry 1150 7 300 3
Punjab 775 6 1,150 13
Rajasthan 1300 8 1,460 14
Sikkim 100 1 0 0
Tamil Nadu 3750 23 2,760 28
Telangana 3300 22 1,040 11
Tripura 100 1 0 0
Uttar Pradesh 4300 31 2,400 24
Uttarakhand 300 2 200 2
West Bengal 850 6 300 3

What do I need to get into medical school?

Admission to MBBS in India – In India, the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program is one of the most prominent and well-liked programs. Candidates become licensed doctors after earning an MBBS degree. It is difficult to pursue an MBBS because exams are required at every stage of the medical career. Candidates who want to become doctors should be aware of India’s comprehensive MBBS admissions process.

MBBS is one of the most sought-after professional programs worldwide since doctors are unquestionably the envy of others. Regarding the Indian setting, MBBS in India is well-known not just for the quantity of universities it can claim, but also for the high standard of instruction it provides.

We list the top 5 reasons to take MBBS in India if you want to work in medicine.

It goes without saying that the MBBS program in India is a difficult endeavor. Let’s start with the fundamental details around admission to MBBS programs in India.

MBBS Admission Requirements in India:

  • Students should have passed the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology portions of the 10+2 exam (Zoology & Botany).
  • For admission via the All India Entrance Exam, the student must be an Indian national (NEET).
  • Student must be 17 or older as of December 31 of the admissions year.

Start preparing for the National Eligibility Common Admission Test (NEET), All India Institute of Medical Sciences for MBBS (AIIMS MBBS), and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER MBBS) entrance exams as soon as you finish high school.

Consider the following while applying for a medical seat at a reputable government college:

  • grades earned in the Senior Secondary Examination, the Central Board of Secondary Education, or a PCB-equivalent exam.
  • Marks attained in the centrally administered NEET exams.
  • Aspiring candidates must pass an admission exam that is specific to AIIMS and JIPMER medical colleges, which is administered by the appropriate authority.

It is important to note that nearly all MBBS candidates in India must sit the NEET exam in order to be accepted into an MBBS program. In India, 154 testing locations host this significant medical admission exam. In 2021, more than 16.1 million applicants enrolled for NEET.

Documents for admission to medical school in India

Which documents are needed for NEET counselling 2022?
  • NEET 2022 Admit Card.
  • NEET Scorecard or Rank Letter.
  • Class 10 certificate and mark sheet (for date of birth)
  • Class 12 certificate and mark sheet.
  • ID proof (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)
  • Eight passport size photographs.
  • Provisional Allotment Letter.

The NTA’s screening procedure for MBBS admission is extremely stringent and solely dependent on NEET exam performance. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) handles the subsequent MBBS admission procedure after releasing the NEET results. 15% of the All India Quota, deemed/central universities, the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), and Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) institutions are granted MBBS admission by MCC. The state’s counseling bodies grant MBBS admission to the remaining 85% of state-funded seats.

Why MBBS in India?

  1. India has some of the best and most renowned medical universities in the world.
  2. In India, there are more than 300 medical schools and institutes. About 180 of these are private colleges.
  3.  There are roughly 72,098 seats overall available in India.
  4. India’s MBBS is ranked better due to its superior research and training initiatives.
  5. Indian medical schools are renowned for offering top-notch clinical training.
  6.  Attending international seminars and conferences has benefits for students.
  7.  The curriculum used in medical schools in India is of a high caliber.
  8. Following their MBBS from India, students are free to practice wherever they want in the world.
  9. Real human bodies are used for practice by the students.

Duration of MBBS in India

  • In India, the MBBS program lasts for 5.5 years. It takes 4.5 years to complete, with the final year being spent on an internship.
  • A postgraduate program will take three years to complete.
  •  Diploma programs last for two years.
  • Other programs for specialization have durations.

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS in India

  1. At the time of MBBS admission in India, the candidate must be at least 17 years old.
  2. The candidate must be no older than 25 years old.
  3.  For general category students, the medical candidate must have at least 50% in their 12th grade. Candidates in the reserved category must achieve a minimum of 40%.
  4.  The percentage at AIIMS is 60% for SC/ST and 45% for OBC.
  5.  Physics, Chemistry, and Biology should be the primary subjects in the 12th grade for a medical candidate.
  6.  The NEET is required.
  7. Other entrance exams a medical student can take include JIPMER or AIIMS entrance exams, Kerala CEE, Karnataka CET, and others.

Documents Required for MBBS in India

Medical candidates must keep the following documents on hand when applying for MBBS admission in India:

  • Medical candidates must have valid 10th and 12th grade mark sheets.
  • The NEET scorecard is a mandatory requirement for admission to MBBS India.
  •  Medical candidates must have a valid school transfer certificate, a code of conduct certificate, a medical certificate, a health check-up certificate, and a certificate that they have no criminal record.
  •  Having a passport and passport size photocopies are also required.
  •  Students must present a caste certificate indicating that the medical candidate is SC/ST/OBC.
  • Medical candidates must present a bank statement from their parents demonstrating that they will be able to pay the admission fees.

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