MBBS course fees
MBBS is famous for being the starting point of someone’s medical career because it is the first professional course to become a doctor. It is the very basic medical education course of 4.5 years. Since more than 15 lakh students all over India taking medical entrance exams each year. The competition in India for MBBS is high. And most important as well. Because of such a high demand. Institutes like AIIMS have reduced their acceptance rate to only 0.6% to maintain a quality standard. It is famous for one more thing. Heavy fee structure with Private medical college fees skyrocketing up to 20 lakhs, 50 lakhs and even 1 crore per academic year. Therefore this results in making difficult for a medical aspirant to get a proper medical education. Because of which many potential medical aspirants lag behind.
Since this issue is becoming worse. Therefore to resolve this issue various institutes have merit-based scholarship programmes. And even various coaching academies also provide scholarships to meritorious students. Because of the high demand for MBBS course. The tuition fees in various private institutes are skyrocketing. Therefore to ensure education for everyone it is necessary to reduce academic fees. Since various government programmes are actively working to ensure availability of education to everyone. As a result, various government colleges are having a very low academic fee structure. Therefore helping students from a weak financial background in getting an MBBS degree. Because of this only, India is getting good doctors each year.
What is the fee structure for MBBS course?
For India, the following list will give a good idea –
AIIMS – Rs. 5,500/- for the Full course and Rs. 50,000/- yearly as the Mess charges
Patna Medical College, Patna – Rs.9,500/- as admission fees, Rs.6,100/- as annual course fee and Rs.3,600/yr. as the Hostel charges
Maulana Azad Medical College – Rs.6,100/- as admission fees, Rs.250/- as annual course fee and Rs.6000/yr. as the Hostel charges
Lady Hardinge Medical College – Rs.1,355/- as admission fees, Rs.1,355/- as annual course fee and Rs.490/yr. as the Hostel charges
University College of Medical Sciences – Rs.1750/- as admission fees, Rs.5295/- as annual course fee and Rs.3540/yr. as the Hostel charges
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College – Rs.33,500/- as admission fees, Rs.33,500/- as annual course fee and Rs.7000/yr. as the Hostel charges
Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical College, Sangli – Rs.8,50,000/yr. for Regular and Rs.10,00,000/yr for Management Quota
UPCMET Colleges – Rs.49,67,500/- total course fees and paid in four installments, Rs.2,00,000/- as Security
C.M. Medical College, Kuchandur – Rs.3,80,000/year as course fee
And for Foreign universities refer to the links in the following list –
What are some updates regarding MBBS course fees?
- NEET exam helped in maintaining a standard for admission in medical universities but for the candidates who secure less in the exam, things are not easy. According to a report by The Times of India, students with low NEET score are often asked to pay humungous amounts as admission fees. Ranging from 13 lakhs to 64 lakhs per academic year.
- Under the state government’s Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj EBC scholarship scheme, medical students from Economical Backward Class (EBC) will get 50% of their tuition fees reimbursed from the academic session of 2018-19.
How to get admission in medical institutes at low academic fee plan?
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