Direct Admission in MBBS
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) is the most popular and designated degree in medical field and it’s not easy to get admission in mbbs. At Bangalore Education Services, we help students to get direct admission in MBBS or management quota admission in mbbs.
This degree not only provides immense knowledge of a human body but also makes a person responsible, self-dependent and proficient. MBBS is an undergraduate degree programme in medical field. It takes the duration of 5.5 years for the completion of the degree.
The students, who have cleared the 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with a minimum of 50% marks (for GENERAL) & 45% (for SC/ST) can apply for MBBS degree course and student’s age should be between 17 years to 25 years.
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Admission in MBBS
MBBS requires the individual to be more skilled in fine work, be empathetic, be patient and be socially active to interact with patients and provide them with the practical knowledge of diseases and disorders.
Admission into MBBS is through an entrance examination, which is held at central, state and university level annually. These examinations help in finding out the best for the medical field as these examinations are very tough to clear.
The MCI (Medical Council of India) has regulated a heavy syllabus for these examinations, for the aspirants to learn to work hard as this profession comes with a lot of responsibilities on one’s shoulders. These entrance examinations are one of the most difficult exams of the world. The questions come in an objective form that is, there are multiple choice questions.
The main aim of these exams is to choose eligible candidates for a course like MBBS. There are only a limited number of MBBS seats alloted to the medical colleges of India. After giving these examinations, the merit list comes out, which consist the list of the students who are selected to appear in the counselling procedure for the admission in MBBS course. Students are given admission according to the rank they score in these entrance examinations, along with the available seats and the choices filled.
The national level entrance exam consist of only one question paper with 180 questions (60 questions of physics, 60 questions of chemistry, 60 questions of biology). To appear in national level entrance examination following points should be followed:-
- an online form should be submitted.
- read the brochure carefully, before the filling the form.
- registration number should be noted.
- JPEG photo should be scanned and uploaded online along with the thumb and signature impression.
- make payment for the application form.
- take a printout of the application form.
Each and every state of India carry out its own MBBS entrance examination and has its own policy for the allottment of seats. Many states like Maharashtra, Kerala, West Bengal etc. conduct their own entrance examination for admission in medical colleges – Common Entrance Test (CET).
There are 398 medical colleges in India, out of which 215 colleges are private medical colleges. All these 215 private medical colleges are approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI). There are a total of 12,000 MBBS seats in India, out of which 65% are occupied through entrance examination, and the remaining seats are filled by the management quota. The fees for the seats ranges from 3 lac to 10 lac, and can vary according to the college. But the procedure of direct admission in MBBS is exhausting and painstaking, it is much better to consult a professional- related to MBBS admission consultancy.