MBBS Courses Fees & Admission

Any student who has passed 12th with PCB as a Major has a vision to wear a doctor’s coat. But it is not easy to achieve this dream. Candidates should a proper understanding of MBBS admission procedure in India. The MBBS Admission process in India includes the reservation criteria, eligibility criteria. This covers almost all the seats in MBBS. There is also an option of MBBS admission procedure in India through the management quota. But the fees associated with management quota are exorbitantly high.

The MBBS program in India is initiated with various national level examinations. These are NEET, AIIMS exam and JIPMER.  These are the only available option to pursue MBBS in India. The merit list is prepared after clearing these national level exams based on the score of an individual. The next step is counselling processes which are done on the basis of ranks secured by the individual. In the counselling a student can select a college from the list of top medical colleges in India.                

The different national examination is mentioned below for your reference:

  1. NIT Exam

NIT Exam is also referred as National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Passing this exam will help the students chose from 500 government and private institutes as well as dental colleges.

  1. AIMS MBBS Exam

AIMS also referred as All India Institute of Medical Sciences. This is one of the most prestigious organizations and around 800 MBBS seats are offered. All the deserving candidates are selected one of the nine AIIMS institutions. These institutions are located in Delhi, Bhopal, Patna, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur, Guntur, Nagpur and Bhubhaneshwar. Each of these institutions has around 100 seats.


JIMPER also referred as Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education, Puducherry. This is an online exam and admission seats are only one fifity(150). JIMPER has two campuses associated with it – Puducherry and Kariakal with 100 and 50 seats respectively.

Procedure for MBBS Admission Entrance Exam Application

Student pursuing MBBS should remember about the availability of MBBS admission entrance exam applications for all the three exams – NEET, AIIMS, JIMPER. The is an online application and the procedure details are mentioned below for your reference:


Application Timeline

Application Mode

Payment Mode


December to February


Online or Bank Challan


February to April, 2017




March 27 to May 3, 2017



It is important that a candidate must be eligible to take the exam. The eligibility criteria are based on factors such as academic qualification, age limit, domicile requirement etc.

 It is important that aspirants must pass class 12 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as compulsory subjects so that the candidate can apply in these national level entrance examinations.