MBBS Course Fees - Govt./ Private, AIIMS and JIPMER Medical College Fees
MBBS Course Fees - Medicine is one of the most sought-after courses in India. Medical aspirants seeking admission in MBBS course in India must know about the fee structure in the medical colleges of India. Studying medicine also is also a costly affair thus aiming for a college that fits your budget becomes a crucial aspect for every aspirant. As per the official norm, it is mandatory for government and private colleges to announce their MBBS course fee details through their state conducting authorities and Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
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With this, the medical candidates are familiarised about the fees for MBBS course before the commencement of the admission process and plan ahead of the UG medical admissions. MBBS course fees is different for the government/ government-aided institutions/central universities and private institutions/deemed universities. Depending on the ownership of the college, the MBBS course fee varies. To help the candidates find the best college suited for them Careers360 brings the article on MBBS course fees of various universities/colleges and institutions. From the year 2020, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will serve as the only entrance test for admission to MBBS courses offered in government as well as private colleges in India along with admission to All India Institutes of Medical Sciences and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education Research. This has significantly reduced the burden of students who earlier had to sit for multiple entrance examination.
MBBS Course Fees
Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), and University of Delhi (DU) are the three central universities with medical courses. Medical colleges under Delhi University (DU) were also considered under admission to central university from the year 2018.
The MBBS course fee in the two central universities with medical courses - Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has been mentioned below.
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There are a total of 6204 MBBS seats (Management and NRI quota) offered by 42 deemed universities across the countries. The annual MBBS course fee for the Management quota in the various deemed universities is usually high and varies anywhere between INR 2,11,000/- to INR 22,50,000/-. The lowest fee is being offered by MG Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram Wardha, while that of SRM Medical College and Hospital, Chennai, is the highest.
The MBBS course fee for the NRI quota in the deemed universities range from 25,000/- USD to 2,20,000/- USD with the lowest fees offered by Sri Siddhartha Medical College DU, Tumkur and Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Res. Institute, Chennai being the highest.
Government Medical Colleges/Institutions
The MBBS course fee for the government medical colleges is subsidized and is the lowest in the country. The course fee for MBBS varies for the All India and the state quota seats in the government colleges. The fee mentioned here, however, only includes the tuition fee, apart from which the students would also be required to pay for hostel accommodation, registration and other fees as applicable.
All India Quota – The counselling for the All India Quota seats is conducted by DGHS on behalf of MCC. All the states participating in the All India quota counselling are required to inform the MCC beforehand about the fees they propose to set for those seats. The annual tuition MBBS course fee for the All India quota seats is lowest in Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi (INR 240/- annually) while the highest fees is that of Goa Medical College, Panaji at INR 89,500/- annually.
State Quota – The MBBS course fee in the government colleges for the state quota is determined by the state counselling authority. The course fee for MBBS for state quota can be as low as INR 250/- annually in Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi. The state with the lowest annual course fee of INR 4000/- for state quota, is Tamil Nadu. It is highest in the state of Maharashtra with an annual fee of INR 70,900/-. Students taking up seats under the state quota are usually required to sign a bond with the state government which requires them to serve the concerned state for a minimum period after completion of MBBS. The state of Uttarakhand allows the candidates a choice to pursue the course without signing the bond which requires them to pay a higher course fee of INR 4,00,000/- annually. The annual state quota MBBS course fee is usually same for all categories except for Uttar Pradesh where it is different for the reserved (INR 9000/-) and unreserved categories (INR 18,000/-).
NRI Quota – Certain government/government-aided colleges to have seats reserved for the NRI candidates. The MBBS course fee for the entire curriculum in such institutions falls in the range of 20,000 USD to 75,000 USD.
Private Medical Colleges/Institutions
MBBS Course Fee in Private Medical Colleges is usually decided by individual institutions. However, states like Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh have introduced a capping as to how much the annual fee should be for each of the categories in order to ensure that the private institutions do not overcharge students. The main categories of seats in private colleges are the management and the NRI quota. Besides this, almost all of the private colleges usually have seats reserved for the government quota for which the MBBS course fees is lower as compared to the other two categories.
Management Quota – The course fee of MBBS for the Management Quota seats ranges from INR 4,00,000/- in the medical colleges of Kerala to as high as INR 17,95,000/- in the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
NRI Quota – The MBBS course fee for the NRI quota in the various private medical colleges is also decided by the individual institutions. The average annual MBBS course fee for students applying under the NRI quota is 25,000 USD.
Government Quota – A number of private colleges in the country have a certain number of seats allocated for the concerned state government. The MBBS course fee for these seats, even in the private institution, is less as compared to the other categories and lies somewhere between INR 10,000/- to INR 7,00,000/- annually.
Other – Certain private/self-financing medical colleges in the state of Karnataka also have quota specified as ‘other’, the MBBS course fee for which ranges from INR 21,00,000/- to 40,00,000/- per annum.
AIIMS Medical Colleges Fees
The aiims medical college fees, the premier institute of the country in terms of medical education, is decided by All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi for all of its 9 campuses across the country. The MBBS course fee of AIIMS is unsurprisingly very low with the annual course fee of total Rs. 5856/- INR. The hostel fees will be provided subject to availability. The MBBS course fee for candidates applying under the NRI quota in AIIMS is 75,000 USD for the entire course.
JIPMER Medical Colleges Fees
The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) is a reputed institute for medical studies. The total MBBS course fee for this government institute in two of its campuses – Puducherry and Karaikal is INR 11,620/- annually, which includes admission fee, academic fee, JIPMER student association, learning resource, corpus fund, IT charges and identity card fees. The hostel fee for a year will be Rs. 14,000 only. The course fee of MBBS for candidates applying under the NRI quota in JIPMER is 75,000 USD for the entire course.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - MBBS Course Fees - Govt./ Private, AIIMS and JIPMER Medical College Fees
Question: Is the MBBS course fee in private colleges same as that of the deemed universities for the management quota seats?
The fee for both private colleges and deemed universities for the management quota seats is usually on the higher note. However, the MBBS course fee in both is not necessarily the same.
Question: Do all the private colleges have Government Quota seats with subsidized fees?
Most of the private colleges in the country are required to have a percentage of their seats reserved for the government quota. The MBBS course fee for such seats is usually subsidized. However, there are certain private institutions which do not have the provision of the government quota seats.
Question: Are all the students taking admission in the Government medical colleges required to sign a bond with the concerned State Government?
Yes, usually all the students taking admission in government medical colleges are required to sign a bond of service failing which they would be required to pay the bond amount to the respective state government. The bond amount and duration varies from state to state. However, states like Himachal pradesh have the provision of students taking admission without the bond for which the MBBS course fee is not subsidized and is much higher.
Question: In case candidate had to apply for both AIQ and for Deemed University should the candidate pay the fee for both?
No, in such case the candidate has to pay only the higher fee i.e. of Deemed University Rs. 5000/- (counselling/registration) plus Rs 2,00,000/- (security amount).
Question: Where and when the security amount will be refunded?
The security amount will be refunded to the institution where the candidate has taken admission and will be adjusted against the first year annual fee. In case, candidate is not allotted any seat in all rounds of counselling including stray vacancy round, the fee will be refunded in the account provided by the candidate at the time of registration. Security fee will be refunded only after the completion of counseling.
Question: What are the various fee to be paid at the time of registration?
For deemed universities, the registration fees is Rs. 2000, while the security fees will be Rs. 2,00,000. For 15% All India Quota, central universities, AFMC and ESIC the non-refundable registration fees is Rs. 1000 for UR and Rs. 500 for SC/ST/OBC candidates, while refundable security fees is Rs. 10,000 for general and Rs. 5,000 for reserved category.
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