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ELIGIBILITY FOR MBBS
There are criteria which has to be fulfilled by every student to get direct admission in MBBS. These criterias are eligibilities to get direct admission in one of the top medical institutes of India. They are-
- The students must have passed ‘10+2’ with matriculation degree in biology, physics, chemistry and english.
- For general category students, marks scored in biology, physics, chemistry should be 50% or above and for reserved it should be 40% or above.
- Candidate must be NEET Qualified.
These are the requirements which are essential for every student who want to pursue MBBS. For further details on direct admission in MBBS you may contact us and we will help with the admission process.
The seats are categorized in the following categories:
- All India Quota Seats
- State Government Quota Seats
- Central Institutions/Universities/Deemed Universities
- State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in Private Medical/ Dental Colleges or any Private University
- Central Pool Quota Seats
Procedure For Direct MBBS Admission 2021
Well, there are several options available for the MBBS direct admission, one such option is through NEET exam, which is conducted every year by the NTA.
Another option is getting direct admission in MBBS through 15% NRI quota and being a pertinent service provider we facilitate students who don’t secure enough marks to get an entry into medical colleges.
Yes for sure you all are at the very right place if you want direct mbbs admission. We are an mbbs education consultant who provide direct admission in mbbs to neet eligible students. Every academic year there are more than 12 lakhs of medical aspirants who apply for mbbs neet ug exam. Out of which only 5 to 6 lakhs students get eligible for mbbs admission. The total number of mbbs seat is very low compared to the students getting qualified in neet exam.
Most of the MBBS seats are added by newly opened private medical colleges.
Also, the government of India has taken an initiative to start 22 new AIIMS by 2025.
In the last 2 years, 7 new All India Institute of Medical Sciences has been started.
And 8 more new AlIMS colleges are under development.
There is a high demand for doctors in India.
Currently, the 1.3 billion population of India is served by 1.8 million registered medical graduates.
Therefore India has a ratio of 1.34 doctors for 1000 citizens.
Also, India has achieved the World Health Organization’s recommended doctor population ratio.
But still, in many other countries, the ratio of doctors to citizens is nearly 2:1000 or 3:1000.
To improve the healthcare industry, we have to double the number of doctors in India.