There is a reason why the Best Medical Colleges in India is on the bucket list of many Indians. These colleges offer the popular courses both UG and PG like BAMS, MBBS, M.Ch, D.M, etc.
|Top Medical Colleges in India Overview|
UG- MBBS, BDS, BPharm, BPT, B.Sc, etc
PG- MD, MS and M.Sc
Certificate and Diploma Courses
PG- 2 years
|Entrance Exam||NEET, MCET, AIIMS, etc.|
UG- 10+2 from recognized university+ test score
PG- Bachelors’ degree + entrance exam score
Doctorate- Post graduate degree
|Job Prospects||General Surgeon, Researcher, Physiotherapist, Nurse, Professor, Anesthesiologist, etc|
UG- 2.5LPA- 5 or 6 LPA
PG- 4 LPA to 7 LPA
Just like any other course or college, ranks play an important role in choice of institutions. The higher the rank of institute, the tougher it becomes to get into it colleges are evaluated based factors such as availability of proper infrastructure, quality of education, proficiency and experience of teaching staff, the level of procedural experience gained by students, number of specializations and departments available etc.
The NIRF ranking by The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) is a very reliable ranking list for medical colleges at the national level.
Below is the list of the top 30 colleges in India.
All colleges mentioned in this list are all approved by the Government of India.
For more information visit Ranking of Medical Colleges in India
The only way to get into medical colleges in India is through the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET in short. Separate tests are carried out for postgraduate and undergraduate level programs. MBBS Course in India in India has the highest demand among all the graduate level medical programs. Private colleges are required to maintain a 15% all India Quota. They also have private and management quotas.
For more information visit MBBS Admission
The course fee becomes bearable only when landing through government quotas. When that option is exhausted it becomes more difficult. Loans are specifically tailor-made keeping medical students in mind.
Apart from loans students might as well get scholarships to soften their burden. One should note that there is a great deal of difference in undergrad and post grad course fees. This can be accounted for by the heavy requirement of resources to churn out medical students who possess a master's degree.
|Colleges||Fees/ year (INR)|
|Bangalore Medical College And Research Institute||70170|
|Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal||115000|
|Rajiv Gandhi Medical College And Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital, Thane||98070|
|GITAM Institute Of Medical Sciences And Research||2075700|
|Kasturba Medical College Mangalore, Manipal Academy Of Higher Education, Mangalore||1440000|
|Dr. D.Y. Patil Medical College, Hospital And Research Centre, Pune||2500000|
|Mgm Medical College, Aurangabad||2000000|
|Rural Medical College, Loni||1450000|
|Rangaraya Medical College Kakinada||20000|
|Manipal Tata Medical College, Jamshedpur||1440000|
|Aiims, New Delhi||1628|
|Rajarajeswari Medical College And Hospital, Bangalore||2300000|
For more information visit MBBS Course Fees
BDS -Bachelor in Dental Science, MBBS - Bachelor in Medicine, Bachelor in Surgery
BAMS -Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery,
BHMS -Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, and
B.V.Sc- Bachelor of Veterinary Science.
In the bachelor's programs MBBS is the most demanding one on the list. The PG medical programs include programs like MD Hematology, MD Hepatology, MD Endocrinology, MD Accident & Emergency Medicine, MD Ayurveda, MD Ayurveda - Panchakarma and MD Dermatology among others.
For more information visit Medical Courses in India
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