Step-By-Step Information About Direct Admission
Do you want to take admission in the top colleges in India easily? Are you worried about the procedures and fees? Then direct admission is the thing you are looking for.
So you want to join a good college in India for a course, right?
Sweet warning: Don’t expect a fee waiver for direct admission. The best benefit is that the complete procedures will be super easy.
There are more than 800 courses available in India and for most of the courses and colleges, they have a direct admission facility through the management or NRI quota.
For taking admission you have the basic eligibility criteria. I am saying this, as I used to get calls from a lot of students and parents asking for admission without even passing their boards. Yea, it is true!
When it comes to direct admission guidance, we have got your back.
Here you will find all the information about direct admission. I had categorized this page as you can easily get the information easily.
You can check the table of contents below to navigate easily to the information you need.
Table of Contents
- Step-By-Step Information About Direct Admission
- What is Direct Admission?
- Highly Demanded Direct Admissions in India
- Direct Admission in MBBS
- Direct Admission in Engineering Colleges
- Direct Admission in BAMS
- Direct Admission in BSc Nursing
- Direct Admission in Homeopathy Colleges
- Direct Admission in Top Universities
- Courses you can take direct admission
- Colleges Which Takes Direct Admission
- Benefits of Direct Admission
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Wrapping Up
What is Direct Admission?
So let me start with the basics.
Most of the people will be thinking what is direct admission, right?
In every college, most of the seats will be filled by different quotas like Government quota, Government -private quota, etc. Apart from these, there will be seats with the college management which they can provide for students through the direct admission in most cases.
So these kinds of seats to which the college can take admissions directly without any kind of procedures are called direct admission.
For selected courses and colleges there won’t be any direct admission quota.
Reminder: There won’t be any direct admission in government colleges. Please don’t fall for fraudsters who offer direct admission in a government college.
Highly Demanded Direct Admissions in India
As I told you earlier there are direct admissions for many courses, colleges, and universities. Here, on this page, I will be giving you the information about the highly demanding direct admissions in India.
Do you know that more than 10,000 people search for the term “direct admission” each month?
Yes, it is the truth. You can use different tools to get the stats.
And out of this, the majority of people are searching for medical and engineering-related direct admissions.
I have also noticed that 80% of the queries are for the top colleges in India for any course. And the other 20% look for recommendations.
As per our research, the most demanding are for courses like:
- BSc Nursing.
I am not saying that for other courses, people are not searching for direct admissions. They do, but these are the top ones.
For MBBS direct admissions, most of the students are looking for Karnataka and we are dealing with a lot of medical colleges in Karnataka.
There are more than a thousand students who are searching for admission details to top universities like:
- SRM University.
- Christ University.
- PES University etc.
So I will be giving you mainly information about the highly demanding courses.
If you are having any queries about other courses, do comment it below and we will respond as soon as possible.
Now without further lengthy stats, let’s dive directly into the details.
Direct Admission in MBBS
In India, most of the parents want their child to be a doctor. Yes, MBBS is the most demanding course in India for science students.
Unlike other courses, for medical courses, you must meet certain eligibility criteria like:
- The candidate must qualify for the NEET-UG entrance exam. Just qualify.
- The candidate must be at least 17 years of age by December 31st of the year of taking admission.
- The candidate must attend all rounds of the counseling conducted by state authorities.
I will give a brief about the procedures for taking direct admission in MBBS in India.
Most of the students think that for taking admission in MBBS they can directly go to the college and take admission.
For this, the candidate must qualify the NEET-UG entrance exam first. After that, you must register for the counseling conducted by the state.
I mean in the state where you want to take admission. There will be three rounds of counseling and at the last moment, the seats which are vacant will be given for direct admission.
You click the below button to get the complete information about direct admission in MBBS. I had also written a detailed post about direct MBBS admission in Karnataka.
If you are looking admission one one of the best medical colleges in Bangalore, then you can go through my post about direct admission in Vydehi Medical College.
Direct Admission in Engineering Colleges
The procedures for direct admission to top engineering colleges in India is completely different from medical college.
Comparing with medical courses getting direct admission in engineering colleges in easier as they are only looking for basic eligibility criteria.
As of my research students around the globe are only looking for direct admissions in the top ranking engineering colleges like:
- Direct Admission in BMS College of Engineering Bangalore.
- Direct Admission in RV Engineering College Bangalore.
- Direct Admission in MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology Bangalore.
These colleges are in high demand due to the ranking, placements, and the facilities they provide to the students.
Personal Advice: Please do keep in mind that the fees in these colleges will be very high compared with other engineering colleges, especially for branches like computer science. I know colleges which have the same facilities and placements with lesser fees. So before spending money please do keep in mind about the Return on Investment.
I had also written a detailed article about direct admission in Engineering, to read that click the button below.
Direct Admission in BAMS
We used to get a lot of calls asking for BAMS admission each year. And most of them have not attended or qualified for the NEET entrance exam.
Please do understand that for taking direct admission in BAMS, you must attend and qualify NEET-UG. Not only for BAMS, but it is also mandatory for all AYUSH courses too.
The procedures for direct admission to BAMS will be similar to MBBS. Yes, you will have to register and attend the state counseling without fail.
Direct Admission in BSc Nursing
BSc Nursing is one of the most demanding courses in India due to high demand and salary in European and Gulf countries.
Alert: 100+ colleges in India have lost approval from the Indian Nursing Council or INC. Please don’t join colleges which are not approved by INC.
The process for admission for BSc Nursing differs in each state. But in most of the Indian states, you can easily get BSc Nursing admission. You must meet the minimum eligibility criteria for joining the course.
In states like Kerala, BSc nursing seats are allotted on the basis of marks. Still, you can take BSc nursing admission through NRI quota.
Direct Admission in Homeopathy Colleges
Homeopathy is a huge trend now among almost 30% of the students who completed their 12th standard.
The course is called BHMS. 😀
BHMS comes under the AYUSH courses and for admission, you must qualify the NEET-UG entrance exam. Like MBBS and BAMS, you must also attend the state counseling for taking BHMS admission.
Comparing with MBBS and BAMS the tuition fees for BHMS are less.
Direct Admission in Top Universities
There is a high demand for direct admission in a few of the top universities in India. Few universities are known for some courses and few are known for all the courses. 😛
The seats in top universities used to get filled early. I used to get around 3000 calls each year asking for admission to these universities.
The majority of the calls are for admission to courses like engineering, BBA, MBA, MBBS, BSc Forensic, and LLB.
As of my experience, I have got the most number of calls from students and parents for the following universities:
- Direct Admission in Christ University.
- Direct Admission in Alliance University.
- Direct admission in SRM University.
- Direct Admission in PES University.
I have written detailed articles about each of the above universities, where I had given in-depth information.
Courses you can take direct admission
In short, the answer is, you can take direct admission to almost all the courses available in India.
There are only very few courses that don’t have a direct admission facility. I will list a few courses to which you can easily get admission.
The courses which you can take direct admission are:
- MBBS -Must qualify NEET.
- BDS – Must qualify NEET.
- BAMS -Must qualify NEET.
- BHMS – Must qualify NEET.
- BNYS – Must qualify NEET.
- BSc Nursing.
- Pharm D.
- BSc Cardiac Care Technology.
- BSc Anesthesia Technology.
- BSc Renal Dialysis.
- BSc Perfusion Technology.
- BSc Operation Theater Technology.
- BSc Optometry.
- BSc Medical Lab Technology.
And the list goes on…
You can also read my detailed post about direct admission in BBA in India.
Colleges Which Takes Direct Admission
Almost 95% of the private colleges in India will take direct admission for all the courses if you meet the minimum eligibility criteria.
You can also read my post about direct admission in Bangalore colleges if you are looking to join any college in Bangalore.
The top colleges which take direct admission in India are:
- Vydehi Medical College, Bangalore.
- Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
- BMS Colleges of Engineering, Bangalore.
- PESITM, Bangalore.
- SRM Engineering College, Chennai.
- Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore.
- Kempegowda Institute of Medical Science, Bangalore.
- DY Patil College.
If I start listing the colleges it will be including almost all the private colleges.
Alert: I used to get hundreds of calls each year asking for direct admission in Government colleges. It is not possible to do direct admission in government colleges in India.
Benefits of Direct Admission
There are many benefits of taking direct admissions in colleges. The best thing I love about direct admission is that it is tension free and you can book the seat earlier itself.
The major benefits I felt are:
- It helps you join the top colleges easily, without lengthy procedures.
- Secure and easy payment options.
- Admission to top colleges without entrance exams for selected courses.
- Get the admission letter on the spot after providing your marks sheet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequently asked questions by students
A: I can help you with the starting stage of the direct admission procedure. I will be helping you with the documentation, fee payment, loan paper arrangement, etc.
A: For most of the courses, you can take direct admission without entrance exam.
But for courses like MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BNYS, etc you have to qualify the NEET-UG entrance exam.
For medical PG admission, you have to qualify NEET-PG and for taking MDS admission you have to qualify NEET-MDS.
A: No, you will be eligible for campus placements like a normal student.
You don’t have to worry about placements.
A: Normally it takes less than 2 hours for the complete admission procedure. In case, if there are any server issues facing then it will take a little more time.
A: The payment type differs from each college. The major payment types colleges take are :
- Demand Draft.
I will let you know depending on the college you choose.
A: Of course, you will receive payment receipts from the college.
A: I can arrange documents from college and university which is required for taking an educational loan.
You can approach the bank directly with the supporting documents.
A: Yes, you can take direct admissions online. You have to send me the documents required for admission and pay the fees directly to the college account or send a demand draft to the college address.
A: Normally I don’t charge anything from you as the college will be paying me.
If any college doesn’t pay me I will charge a certain amount from you which varies on courses.
I can guarantee that I won’t rip your packets. 😛
A: You can contact me on +91-9535726644 or come directly to my office in Bangalore.
I will explain to you the next steps. 😀
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