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MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students

Dear NEET Aspirants and Parents, Are you looking to take MBBS Admission in Bangalore? Then in this blog, I will give you a realistic idea on how to choose the correct steps while choosing the best Private Medical College as per your budget in the private Medical colleges offering MBBS courses in Bangalore.

If your interested in knowing the admission process for MBBS in the Karnataka state then check the following article- MBBS Admission in Karnataka.

We will talk about:

  1. MBBS Admission in Bangalore Eligibility Criteria
  2. MBBS Admission in Bangalore Registration and Counselling Process
  3. MBBS Admission in Bangalore Deemed & Private medical colleges fees and Counselling process
  4. Fee structure of Government Quota, Private Quota, NRI Quota & Q quota in Bangalore
  5. Direct admission in MBBS without NEET in Bangalore
  6. MBBS Admission in Bangalore for Other State Students
  7. Bangalore Medical College List [full list]

This blog will help the students choose the medical college in Bangalore as per their budget, preference, and Location.

Students who are looking for MBBS admission in Bangalore, including private medical colleges, deemed medical colleges, direct MBBS admission in Bangalore, MBBS admission in Bangalore for students from other states, and all other quotas, need to qualify the NEET UG exam with the preferred cutoff and attend all levels of counseling conducted by KEA or MCC.

Also Read: MBBS Admission Without Donation

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students

NEET UG 2024 Cut-off

CategoryCut off ScoreNo. of Candidates
UR/EWS720-1641165904
OBC163-129100769
SC163-12934326
ST163-12914478

NEET UG 2024 Cutoff is higher than expected this year with 164 as the minimum score limit for the General category, check out the detailed description of the cutoff table given below:

  • For the Unreserved/EWS (UR/EWS) category, the cut-off percentile is the 50th percentile, with a cut-off score range of 720 to 164. The number of candidates in this category is 1,165,904.
  • For the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category, the cut-off percentile is the 40th percentile, with a cut-off score range of 163 to 129. The number of candidates in this category is 100,769.
  • For the Scheduled Caste (SC) category, the cut-off percentile is the 40th percentile, with a cut-off score range of 163 to 129. The number of candidates in this category is 34,326.
  • For the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category, the cut-off percentile is the 40th percentile, with a cut-off score range of 163 to 129. The number of candidates in this category is 14,478.

The date of declaration of the NEET UG 2024 result was 04.06.2024.

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MBBS Admission Bangalore Overview

In this video you will get a rough idea of what this post is about, so make sure you don’t skip the video.

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students
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MBBS Admission in Bangalore Eligibility Criteria

The main and the foremost Eligibility criteria for a student to study MBBS is NEET-UG qualification. A student must have qualified NEET-UG by securing minimum qualifying marks.

Remember, the category reservation benefit is only applicable for the state domicile students. For students from other state who got eligible in NEET-UG in any reserved category such as OBC/ST/SC  can opt for DEEMED UNIVERSITY medical colleges only.

Eligibility Criteria for Studying MBBS in Bangalore

NEET-UG Qualification

  • A student must qualify for NEET-UG by securing the minimum qualifying marks.

Category Reservation Benefit

  • Applicable only for state domicile students.
  • Students from other states who qualify for NEET-UG in reserved categories (OBC/ST/SC) can only opt for DEEMED UNIVERSITY medical colleges.

Procedure for applying to the Private Medical Colleges in Bangalore under RGUHS

1. The First step after qualifying NEET-UG is to get register online in Karnataka Examination Authority. The KEA website will host the calendar of events in their official website. The calendar of events will notify the dates for Registration , Document verification, option entry , Fee Payment , uploading of Admission order letter, last date for online and offline reporting to college.

2. There would be a separate refundable/adjustable security deposit of approximately 1 lakh(as per 2023 for participation in stray vacancy round counselling) lakh to register for KEA counseling of such seats apart from a Non-refundable registration amount of Rs 500 to Rs 3000.

For academic session 2024 , the KEA will start new registration from 15th June 2024 to 18th June 2024.

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students
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Procedure for applying to the Private Medical Colleges in Bangalore under Deemed University

1. For the Deemed Universities in Bangalore, a student has to apply through MCC.  This authority is responsible for counseling of MBBS seats of the private DEEMED Universities in Karnataka and all over India.

2. There would be a separate refundable / adjustable security deposit of approximately 2 lakh to register for counseling of such seats apart from a Non-refundable registration amount of Rs 5000.

The students who are opting for NRI Seats have to pay same registration amount.

Fee Structure Quotas of different medical colleges in Karnataka

The Fee structure in private medical colleges in Karnataka has been broadly differentiated into four categories.

MBBS Admission in Bangalore: Government Quota

Such  Fee structure is applicable to state domicile medical aspirants who has secured a very high ranking in NEET and has been able to bag a seat according to state ranking. The fee is comparatively very lesser and only high ranking meritorious students of Karnataka domicile are eligible to get such seats.

MBBS Admission in Bangalore: Private Quota

Students from all over India can apply for such seats through KEA Counselling. Such seats are also called open seats since Karnataka state invites application of meritorious students from all over India to participate in such counseling.

The fee structure for such seats is lowest in entire India private medical colleges. So, the students who are not lucky enough to bag government seats and have missed it due to a small margin has a very high chance to get lucky under this category of seats in private medical colleges in Bangalore in state of Karnataka.

The competition for this category seats are relatively higher because of its lower fee structure and quality medical colleges in Karnataka. (The fee in “P” quota seats are lower than any Deemed universities in India and so the students before opting for Deemed universities, try for colleges in Karnataka)

MBBS Admission in Bangalore Private Quota NRI Quota

Fifteen percentage of the total  seats (15%) in any private medical colleges are reserved for the NRI category students. You need not necessarily need to be a NRI to opt for such category of seats, however there are certain guidelines and formalities to be followed. Such guidelines would be mentioned clearly in the respective website of the respective counseling authority.

Most major thing to take care while opting for such kind of seats are ones affordability. Since the fee structure for such seats are approximately 24 lakh per annum to 45 lakh per annum. You have to be well prepared and choose the colleges wisely. There would be many private medical colleges in Karnataka who has kept their NRI Fee exceptionally high , whereas the quality of education is not at par the standard.

MBBS Admission in Bangalore: Q quota

The Q quota seats constitute Five percent (5%) of the total intake of colleges. The fee structure would be same as of NRI quota, however the only difference is , a Non-NRI student can also opt for such seats if he can afford such fee structure.

Point to note- The Leftover unfilled NRI seats gets converted to Q quota seats in the last round of counselling.

Also Check: MBBS admission in NRI Quota

KEA Counselling  process First step to stray vacancy round

After having a through understanding of the basic things that I have mentioned above , I would like to guide you on the counseling process for MBBS admission in private medical colleges in Bangalore. It is a very crucial and most important step.

(Students who want to opt for NRI Quota seats can get themselves converted into NRI Category with the help of supporting documents hosted in their official website. It is advised to go through the fee structure hosted in official website thoroughly for each college. The list of students whose documents has been  accepted and granted permission to opt medical seats in NRI category would be hosted in the website)

At First the student has to register in KEA official website by paying the registration fees and refundable security deposit ( if any ) to participate in the counseling procedure. Then he has to upload the necessary documents in the KEA portal in PDF format for the document verification.

The date for the upload of lists of students who got verified would be hosted in Kea website. After this the student has to download the verification slip. This slip contains secret key , this key required to do the option entry. While doing the option entry a student would be able to opt for the colleges as per the fee structure mentioned.

The fee structure of each quota seats such as P,Q ,NRI quota’s would be mentioned on side of each college, so that a student doesn’t choose wrong options /colleges ,he is not interested in.

After this step , there would be announcement for results of first round. The procedure for payment of fees with last date and the procedure for joining/reporting to the college with last date would be mentioned in the calendar of events hosted in kea website. The second round of counseling and the mop up round would continue in same manner.

The document verification for the state domicile students or the students claiming any category  had to get their documents verified in the KEA office physically.

Also, the students claiming NRI Ward has to physically attend the verification on the designated date as hosted by KEA.

(Counseling for Students who want to opt for Private Medical Deemed Universities in Karnataka would be done by MCC)

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students

Stray Vacancy Round counseling process

Stray Vacancy round is a most complex online counseling process of direct medical college admission. In this round the KEA authorities conduct counseling based on the list of students  who have been not allotted any seats in any round of counseling.

Lots of students became ineligible / Non Eligible to participate in stray vacancy round because of not doing the option entry wisely. The name of students would not be reflected in the unallotted list of KEA. (This could be mainly due to either of two reasons.

Firstly, for either opting the seats and not taking it when been allotted and Secondly, by not doing option entry in any of the three round of counseling procedure). So, if a student is looking for taking seats in stray vacancy round then also he has to go through the counseling process very thoroughly. Else, he loses the opportunity.

Direct Admission in Stray Vacancy round and the requirement

After the mop up round is conducted , there are always some seats in lots of private medical colleges which are left vacant. These seats are mainly of NRI Quota seats or Q quota seats. These seats are left vacant because of mainly their very high fee structure. Approximately , the fee structure of such seats which are left vacant for MBBS would be around 35 lakh pa – 45 lakh pa.

So, counseling process for these unallotted / Not Reported seats are been taken up online by the KEA authorities. These seats are been passed on to the meritorious students based on the NEET score and priority of options filled by KEA . It is advisable for a parent to get in touch with a good education consultant who is well updated with the entire process and well informed.

Since, this is a very complex process , either a parent can keep himself updated with information of all the private medical colleges or can get in touch with a good and reliable consultant who can guide you on it. This is the best process to get a seat at a lower fee in a good medical college as well.

(The stray vacancy counseling process for admission in MBBS would be same for Private Medical Deemed universities in all over India as well )

Top Private Medical Colleges and Deemed Universities in Bangalore 

After the basic idea on the guidance of getting an MBBS seat in private medical colleges, I would like to give you information on Best Medical Colleges in Bangalore.  I will mention the names of such medical colleges in descending order as per my selection.  The selection is based on a few important criteria like OPD , Daily patient Input , Location , Student discussion , Hostel , Infrastructure , Facilities , Bed Capacity , PG Intake and student to patient ratio.

1. MS Ramaiah Medical College

Ramaiah Medical College Bangalore Admissions

This is a medical college which every student keeps on his top priority whoever wants to come to Bangalore to study MBBS. This medical college was established in the year 1979 and is located in the CBD area of Bangalore.

The college has a UG-150 intake & PG-208 intake and runs a full paced  1331 bedded super specialty hospital in the campus. Students from all over the country prefers this college and can be found as a student here. The demand for this college is very high even in NRI and Q quota fee structure seats and there is very less likely chance to get any seats in stray vacancy round even though the fee structure would be exceptionally high.

It is affiliated to MS Ramaiah University of applied sciences. Fee Structure for MBBS is – 22 lakh per annum in P quota and 40 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

2. KIMS (Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences)

Kempegowda Institute Of Medical Science Bangalore Admissions

This Medical College is situated around just 3 km radius from MG Road , established in the year 1980 and having a intake of UG-150 and PG- 111. KIMS , is the second most preferred option for the students coming to Bangalore to study MBBS.

The campus has a super speciality 900 bedded hospital which is always full of patients. It’s a pride of Vokkaligara Community , so they have been able to maintain that high standards of medical education. 

The students passing out from this college always carry a brand name with them. Since, this college is also always in top priority of students the competition for the seat is very high. The campus also hosts a most reputed private dental college called as VS Dental College and private engineering college called as Bangalore Institute of Technology.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 40 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

3. Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre

Vydehi Insitute of Medical Science

VIMS&RC is situated in ITPL area of whitefield. Just 200 mtrs of walking distance from Inorbit mall and JW Mariott and 500 mtrs from ITPL Bus stand.  It has a UG intake of 250 students and PG intake of 165 students. Established in the year 2002 , this college has been able to make its name very soon because of maintaining and upgrading their facilities. 

Students other than  MS Ramaiah and KIMS keep their next option as Vydehi Medical College and Hospital. It has speciality courses such as Radiotheraphy and super speciality courses such as  Onco medicine and Onco surgery.

Also, this medical college is permitted to run a course of MRCP(Very less private colleges in India has got the advantage and credentials to offer these courses). Students from all over India , mainly Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Maharashtra, West Bengal can be found in this college. This college hosts a cosmopolitian crowd of students.

The OPD is always busy and mainly consists of local patients and migrated patients from West Bengal and Orissa and Assam.

The management runs a private dental college also in the same campus. Hostel facility is provided at a charge of Rs 110000/- pa to Rs 165000/- pa, depending upon the hostel for UG or PG. A refundable security deposit of Rs 10000/- is also charged.

Mallya Hospital , one among the most premium private hospital in Bangalore is also managed by the same management.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 40 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

4. Raja Rajeshwari Medical College & Hospital

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students

RRMC&H  was established in the year 2005 and has been continuously growing and upgrading since then. It has been able to increase its intake to 250 for UG and to 171 for PG courses. It offers courses in super speciality such as DM in Cardiology as well.

With a super specialty hospital of 1300 bedded capacity, this medical college is located on Mysore Road near Raja Rajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore. The location of the medical college serves a great role in the OPD every day.

The hospital witnesses and manages lots of road accident cases. These complex trauma cases due to road accidents in the highway are being managed in RRMC.

Hostel Facility is being provided to the students and it is not mandatory. Student can choose to stay outside campus as per their preference.

However, this is the only private Medical deemed university in Bangalore. So, the counseling and seat allotment is done as per MCC. Even stray vacancy round is conducted online for MBBS in NRI quota or Management quota.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 2300000  per annum in MGT quota and 40 lakh per annum in NRI quota.

5. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Medical College

Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College Bangalore Admission, Fee Structure, Courses Offered, Facilities, Recognition

Dr. AMC is one among the most prestigious medical college in heart of Bangalore. It was established in the year 1980 and has 100 seats for MBBS and 74 seats for PG. The hospital is one among the very old hospital and has approximately 800 bedded capacity.

The OPD is always full with the local patients of that area. The bed occupancy is also more than 70 % at any given point of time. Students from different parts of India comes to this college to study. The Hospital might not have a modern architecture but the patient intake is very good.

The Hospital campus has a Hostel facility inside.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 35 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

6. BGS Global Medical College and Hospital

BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences Bangalore Admissions

BGS Global Medical College was established in the year 2013. The advantage of this college is its location and credibility of the very old and prominent Hospital. The BGS Hospital is in kengari area of Bangalore which is near to Raja Rajeshwari Nagar. So, this medical college can be included in a good and developed area of Bangalore. It is run by same management of Adichunchanagiri Medical College and BGS Hospitals.

The BGS Hospital in Chennai is one among the great example which can be cited while explaining the quality of the hospital or Medical education. It has a 150 UG intake and runs a 500 bedded super speciality  hospital.

The students also get a chance of exposure since they are also posted in their old very prestigious BGS hospital which is in the same campus. Students or parents who knows about BGS hospital ensures trust and prefers to send their wards to study in this college. Since the college is new, a student can enjoy benefits of  modern architecture as well.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 38 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

7. Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital

Sapthagiri Institute of Physiotherapy Admissions

SIMS was established in the year 2011 and is located in the hesaraghatta area of Bangalore. It has got 150 UG and 78 PG intake. The location is good since it comes in a good area in Bangalore. That area has grown and developed over a period of time eventually.

This college has a very huge infrastructure and runs a 1200 bedded multi-speciality hospital in its college. Hostel facilities are provided for the students inside the college campus. The Hospital serves patients of nearby rural areas mainly. Students from Kerala and Andhra Pradesh prefers this college more because of lots of students from that region.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 2200000  per annum in P quota and 40 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

8. MVJ Medical College & Hospital

MVJ Medical College Bangalore Admissions

MVJ Medical college is located in the area outskirts of Bangalore in the old Bangalore Chennai highway in a location called as Hoskote. The college was established in the year 1997 and has 833 bedded hospital.

Hospital caters mainly patients of nearby area. The medical college has a 150 UG intake and  63 PG seats intake. The OPD is relatively less busy as compared to other medical colleges in Bangalore. Hostel facility is provided in the same campus.

The trust office is in Bangalore in cox town area. Students know about the name of the college mainly because of its old establishment.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 36 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

9. Akash Medical College

Akash Medical College Bangalore Admission, Courses Offered, Fees Structure, Recognition, Facilities

Akash medical college is located in Devanahalli area of Bangalore , Closer to Bangalore International Airport.  It is just 15 minutes drive from Airport opposite to Bangalore City. It started in the year 2016 and has 150 seats for UG and 7 seats for PG. It runs a 500 bedded super speciality hospital to cater the local patients of that area.

The college also has a B.Sc Nursing and BPT courses. Hostel facility for both girls and boys are provided in the campus area. Students from all over who doesn’t wants to go away from Bangalore and wants to study in Bangalore comes to this place to study .

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 40 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

10. Oxford Medical College

Oxford Medical College Bangalore Admission, Fee Structure, Courses Offered, Facilities

OMC  is located in Anekal area of Bangalore in Bangalore – Hosur Highway.  The college was established in the year 2014 and has UG and PG courses as well. It has PG in almost all the branches of medical. 

With a UG 150 & PG 62 intake, this college runs a super speciality hospital of 600 beds. The patients in hospital are comparatively less as per now and should increase eventually. They got permission for the first time for PG Courses in the year 2020.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 30 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

11. East Point College of Medical Sciences

East Point College of Physiotherapy Admissions

EPMC was established in the year 2017 and has 150 seats for MBBS. This college is affiliated and yet to be recognized by MCI . Currently, they will have permission for continuing their 4th Batch of MBBS.

Location of the college is good and the Hospital is also comparatively good. Since they already had a hospital prior starting their medical college.

Fee Structure for MBBS is – Rs 10,92,812  per annum in P quota and 30 lakh per annum in Q & NRI quota.

12. Dr S Chandramma Dayananda Sagar Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students

This can be considered as one among the most premium and state of art medical college in little outskirts of Bangalore with a intake of 150 students per annum. Dr S Chandramma Dayananda Sagar medical college is also known as Dayanand Sagar medical college because it is of he same group as of Dayanand Sagar group of Institutions.

This college has more facilities and OPD than any of the private medical colleges in Bangalore.

The college has a beautiful lakeside hostel and in campus sports and recreational facilities.

It is a state deemed University and has a Fee of 20 lakh per annum in P quota and 35 lakh per annum in Q and NRI quota.

Private Medical Colleges in Bangalore Fees Structure

Medical College NameP Quota Fees (INR)Q/NRI Quota Fees (INR)
MS Ramaiah Medical College22,00,00040,00,000
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences10,92,81240,00,000
Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre10,92,81240,00,000
Raja Rajeshwari Medical College & Hospital23,00,00040,00,000
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Medical College10,92,81235,00,000
BGS Global Medical College and Hospital10,92,81238,00,000
Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital22,00,00040,00,000
MVJ Medical College & Hospital10,92,81236,00,000
Akash Medical College10,92,81240,00,000
Oxford Medical College10,92,81230,00,000
East Point College of Medical Sciences10,92,81230,00,000
Dr S Chandramma Dayananda Sagar Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre20,00,00035,00,000

Fee structure range for MBBS of Private Medical Colleges in Bangalore

As I have explained the different quota seat fee structure above in this post for the private medical colleges under RGUHS and Private Deemed Universities, In this part of the article , I will give you a approximate range of the Fee in Figures.

All the private medical colleges in Bangalore keeps a very similar fee structure in their NRI and Q quota seats. The difference gap among different medical colleges is very low. This is mainly because of the Location, Bangalore.

The Fee structure would be in the range of 1.15 Cr to 1.85 Cr when calculated for 4.5 years depending upon the colleges. This Fee is only the tuition fee and  the other fees involved would be Misc fees that every college charge and Hostel Fee.

Also Check our article on MBBS Admission Through Management Quota

MBBS Admission in Bangalore 2024-2025: Private, Deemed and Other State Students

Choosing the Cheapest Medical college without donation as per NEET Rank

It is very competitive for students to get seats allotted in private medical colleges because of their low rank. Students in India has the liberty to choose from various medical colleges.

However, some students who has secured a lower rank and still wants to study MBBS only in Karnataka but cannot afford the higher NRI or Q quota Fee can wait till stray vacancy round to check if some college has reduced its fee structure due to vacancy. However, this is only advisable to be done under the supervision of some specialist because a student might loose a year due to wrong guidance or information.

When a student or a parent is looking for a cheapest and good medical college he should keep his college options open. If, a student keeps his option open, there is less likely of him to be on a risky position. Just Eligible student should keep a budget of minimum 20 Lakh pa – 24 Lakh pa as tuition fee for 5 years.

We recommend to take the help of professional guidance in this matter who knows about almost all the institutes in Karnataka and can guide you the best.

Direct admission in MBBS without NEET in Bangalore

Direct MBBS admission in Bangalore without NEET is not possible. To get MBBS admission in any college in Bangalore, you must appear for the NEET UG exam, achieve the minimum required NEET score or cut-off, and register with the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) for counseling. You need to attend all levels of counseling conducted by KEA.

The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), Bangalore conducts the Karnataka NEET counseling in 2024. The official website of The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) is cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. The KEA divides seats into 85% state quota and 100% private college seats based on the NEET 2024 scores.

For MBBS admission to a deemed college, you must participate in the All-India NEET UG counseling conducted by the Medical Counseling Committee of India (MCCI).

Before the introduction of the NEET-UG entrance exam, gaining direct admission to MBBS in India was relatively straightforward. As long as you met the basic eligibility criteria and paid the requisite fees, you could join the program directly. However, the process has evolved significantly in 2024, making NEET qualification mandatory for MBBS admission across India. The new procedure for direct admission in MBBS is detailed and involves several structured steps.

MBBS Admission in Bangalore for Other State Students

MBBS admission in Bangalore for students from other states is possible if the candidate qualifies NEET-UG 2024, secures the required marks, and attends all levels of KEA counselling for private medical colleges in Bangalore, Karnataka. For deemed medical colleges in Bangalore, candidates should attend MCC counselling.

The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) oversees MBBS admissions for private medical colleges in Bangalore, Karnataka. KEA handles online registration, document verification, online counselling, seat allotment, and issuance of admission orders according to government rules. To participate in KEA counselling, candidates must qualify NEET UG 2024 as the process is based on NEET scores.

For admission to deemed medical colleges in Bangalore, candidates should attend the counselling conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). MCC handles the central counselling for NEET, which includes the 15 percent All India Quota (AIQ) seats.

Non-Karnataka students can apply for seats in government medical colleges in Bangalore through the All India Quota (AIQ), which reserves 15% of the total seats for students from all over India. These seats are filled based on NEET scores.

Admissions for non-Karnataka students to government medical colleges in Karnataka are managed through the All India Quota (AIQ) counselling process. This process is conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) under the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.

In private colleges, 15% of seats are allotted for students from other states under the AIQ, with admission based on NEET scores.

Candidates should note that they are not eligible for state quota seats, which require Karnataka domicile.

Wrapping Up

I believe that I have been able to give a very in-depth details of the admission process, Direct MBBS admission in Bangalore, Eligibility for doing MBBS in Karnataka, Fee structure of different medical colleges in Bangalore, Stray vacancy round admission process , Choosing the cheapest and best medical college in Bangalore.  If you found this article helpful, then please comment below.

Tip: It is always advised to stay informed about the realistic fee structure of the colleges and to connect with a very good educational consultant who can help you to get the best.

FAQs

Q1. How can I get MBBS admission in Bangalore?

A. You can get MBBS admission in Bangalore by clearing the NEET Ug entrance exam, registering on the KEA official website and attending all levels of the counselling process. If you are looking for MBBS admission in deemed medical colleges in Bangalore then you should register for MCC counselling and attend all levels of the counseling process.

Q2. How much are MBBS fees in Bangalore?

A. The MBBS fees in Bangalore range from 7.77 Lakhs to 22.12 Lakhs, this fees might vary based on the colleges, reservations, etc..

Q3. How much NEET score is required for MBBS in Bangalore?

A. The minimum NEET cut-off scores required to secure a MBBS seat in Bangalore is around 720-137 for general category and 136-107 for reserved category candidates.

Q4. Can I do MBBS without NEET in Bangalore?

A. No, MBBS without NEET is not possible in Bangalore. Only if the candidate have qualified in the NEET UG will be eligible to apply for MBBS admission in Bangalore. Also, the candidate is required to attend KEA or MCC counseling.

Q5. Is KCET compulsory for MBBS?

A. No, KCET is not is not compulsory for MBBS as there is just only one exam for all medical colleges, which is NEET UG. So, once you’ve taken NEET, there’s no need to stress about any other KCET exams.

Q6. Which college is free for MBBS in Bengaluru?

A. None of the colleges are free for MBBS, but Sri Madhusudhan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (SMSIMSR), Chikkaballapur, is the college that offers MBBS education for a negligible amount (Rs 750).

Q7. Which place is the cheapest for MBBS?

A. Uttar Pradesh has the cheapest MBBS colleges overall.

Q8. How can I get a seat in Bangalore Medical College for MBBS?

A. Candidates who which to secure a seat in Bangalore Medical College for MBBS, candidates need to achieve the minimum required cut-off scores in NEET UG and participate in all rounds of the counselling process.

Q9. Which is the entrance exam for medical college in Bangalore?

A. The entrance exam for medical colleges in Bangalore is NEET, conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Q10. How much should I score to get into Bangalore Medical College?

A. The candidates should score a minimum of 720-137 for general category candidates and 136-107 for reserved category candidates in the NEET entrances exam.

Q11. How can I get MBBS seat in first attempt?

A. If you’re aspiring to become a doctor, the NEET UG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate) exam is your pathway into the field of medicine. While it’s a tough journey, with proper guidance and perseverance, you can successfully pass NEET UG on your first attempt.

Q12. Can I get MBBS seat with 300 marks in Bangalore?

A. Candidates who wish to take admission to MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) or BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) courses in government medical or dental colleges is not feasible with a score of 300 marks. This analysis is based on the cutoff rankings from the previous year, 2023.

Q13. Can we buy MBBS seat?

A. No, you cannot buy MBBS seat in year 2024.

Q14. Can I get government MBBS seat with 500 marks in NEET in Karnataka?

A. A NEET score of 500 places a candidate above many candidates. However, whether it’s considered “good” depends on factors like the exam difficulty level, cut-offs set by colleges, and the candidate’s personal goals and requirements.

Q15. What is the lowest MBBS fee?

A. Rs 750 is the lowest MBBS fee that present in Sri Madhusudhan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (SMSIMSR), Chikkaballapur, but there are conditions attached. So make sure to inquire about those conditions before choosing this college

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Bangalore Medical College List

In Bangalore and near by bangalore, there are a total of 25 medical colleges. Out of these, 3 are government colleges, offering a combined total of 550 MBBS seats. The rest include 22 private and deemed universities, each providing varying numbers of seats and having different cut-off marks and fee structures. The government colleges are some of the oldest and most prestigious institutions in Karnataka, while the private and deemed universities also offer high-quality education and facilities.

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