Well every year a lot of medical aspirants. NEET is mandatory in India for MBBS Admission. The medical admission is totally based on NEET Results. NEET Implies for national eligibility cum entrance exam. This is national level common entry test. Every year around 12 to 13 lakhs medical aspirants in India apply for NEET. An MBBS Degree is one of the most prestigious under-graduate Degree in India. The NEET Exam is tough to qualify with good marks but not an impossible thing. As the seats are very less and the number of applicants are very high. The total number of seats for mbbs admission in India,Including Government,private and deemed universities are:-
- Total number of seats in government medical college for mbbs admission 30,455
- Private medical college for mbbs admission has 36,165. This includes deemed universities also.
- There are 2 central universities which have 151 seats.
- There is a total of 11 Aiims and jipmer have which have 1107 seats.
- So the total number of seats all over India for mbbs admission is 68,028.
So, from the above data it is clear that there are only 68,028 seats and applicants are in 13 to 14 lakhs.
There are only two methods or processes. The exam has a maximum marks of 720. Out of 50 percentile is qualifying eligibility criteria. The eligibility marks varies from 120 to 150 marks. To acquire eligibility marks is easy. The process of admission occurs in Two ways.
- MBBS Admission through general merit in Neet marks,provided by state and central government of India.
- MBBS Admission through management quota or Direct mbbs admission in private and medical colleges of India. In government medical colleges management quota mbbs admission is not possible.
What is the eligibility for MBBS?
MBBS is a bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery. This is an undergraduate degree given to the medical aspirants after the completion of this 5 years course. The eligibility for direct mbbs admission is that a candidate.
- Must have passed the 12th exam or PUC or senior secondary exam. With Pcb (physics, chemistry and biology) and English with 50% as an aggregate. For reserved category, it is 40% of marks as an aggregate.
- All medical aspirants should gain at least the minimum cut off neet eligibility marks. Which also 50 percentile for general category and 40 percentile for the reserved. SC, ST and OBC Category.