Deemed Universities for MBBS – A number of NRI aspirants opt to pursue their MBBS course from top institutes in India. Admission to the MBBS courses offered by deemed to be university is through a Common Entrance Test conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). NEET-UG exam is going to be held on May 5, 2019. The counselling process starts after the declaration of the results. The candidates declared eligible for counselling are required to visit the site of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Next, they are required to select ‘UG Medical Counseling’. On this page, the aspirants can select and register for All India Quota Counseling, AFMC Medical Counseling, Deemed/ Central Universities, and ESI Medical Counseling for IP wards only.
Candidates are required to select and register for the particular counselling they are interested in and eligible for.
NRI seat Eligibility Criteria: A Supreme Court order has clarified the eligibility conditions for a person to be able to apply for the NRI seat. The criteria are mentioned below.
1. Either parent should be an NRI and shall ordinarily be residing abroad as an NRI
2. The NRI sponsor the student for admission should be a first-degree relative of the aspirant and residing abroad as an NRI
3. If the aspirant has no parents or near relatives or has been taken as a ward by a nearest relative such aspirants may also be considered for the NRI seat provided the guardian has bona fide treated the student as ward and the guardian is required to file an affidavit showing his/her interest in the affairs of the student and also their relationship with the student and such a person should be an NRI, and ordinarily residing abroad.
‘Nearest relative’ should be one of the following.
1. Real brother and sister of father i.e. real aunt and real uncle
2. Real brother and sister of mother i.e. real maternal aunt and real maternal uncle
3. Father and mother of either parent i.e. maternal or paternal grandfather and maternal or paternal grandmother
4. First degree paternal and maternal cousins
5. The relative should be an NRI
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Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI:
AIR Round 1
AIR Round 2
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Manipal
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Mangalore
MGM Medical College, Aurangabad
MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai
SRM Medical College and Hospital, Chennai
Chettinad Hos. and Res. Inst., Kancheepuram
SBKS Med. Inst. and Res. Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth
Rural Medical College and PIMS, Loni
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Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Manipal
Based in Manipal, the Kasturba Medical College was established in 1953, is under the Manipal University. The university has been offering the 5 and half year course which includes a one-year mandatory rotating internship. The admission to the course is done on the basis of marks scored in NEET followed by a centralised common counselling conducted by the DGHS.
KMC has been approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI) to offer MBBS to 250 students. Out of the total 250, as many as 38 NRI or Foreign nationals are also offered a seat based on their NEET score and counselling.
Being one of the top deemed universities offering an MBBS programme, the institution is much sought after by both resident Indians as well as NRI and foreign aspirants. The AIR opening and closing NEET scores for Round 1 is 280 and 85120 in 2017. For round 2 the NEET scores were 44592 and 232054.
The NRI and foreign national students who have received admission offer to pursue MBBS in 2017 were charged a per annum fee of $46600.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Mangalore
Kasturba Medical College Mangalore was started in 1955 and in 1961 the pre-clinical section was started in Mangalore. The Medical Council of India, with the first graduating class of KMC, granted recognition in 1958. The institution is also recognized by the General Medical Council of Great Britain and the Malaysian Medical Council.
Like its Manipal counterpart, the institution has state of the art teaching aids to teach medicine to its students. The institute offers admission to NRI and foreign nationals for it’s various undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The AIR opening and closing NEET scores for Round 1 is 2066 and 123906 in 2017. For round 2 the NEET scores were 94145 and 491574. The per annum course fee for the MBBS programme for NRI candidates is $46600.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: MGM Medical College, Aurangabad
With a mission to improve the quality of life, at individual and community levels by imparting quality medical education to tomorrow’s doctors and medical scientists and by advancing knowledge in all fields of Health Sciences through meaningful and ethical research, MGM Medical College, Aurangabad has been providing quality medical education to its students since 1990.
The institution has been approved by the MCI to offer MBBS courses to 150 students, 127 seats are reserved for resident Indians and 23 seats are offered to NRI and foreign nationals. The eligibility criteria for NRI/ Foreign nationals is the same as that for the resident Indians. They have to be declared eligible by the NEET-UG exam and have to register for the counselling process with the MCI.
The AIR opening and closing NEET rank for Round 1 are 190516 in 2017. For round 2 the NEET rank were 144962 and 419314. The per annum course fee for the MBBS programme for NRI candidates is $47000.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai
Established in 1989, MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai, has been offering various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the medical fields. Apart from MBBS and postgraduate courses in medicine, the institution also offers super specialisation programmes in medicine as well as undergraduate programmes in paramedical sciences.
The Annual intake for the MBBS programme offered by the institute is 150. As many as 23 seats are offered to NRI and Foreign nationals. The eligibility of the NRI and foreign national candidates, however, have to clear the NEET and go through the counselling process similar to the resident Indians.
The AIR opening and closing NEET rank for Round 1 is 207596 and 533176 in 2017. For round 2 the NEET rank were 390530 and 390530. The per annum course fee for the MBBS programme for NRI candidates is $47000.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: SRM Medical College and Hospital, Chennai
The SRM Medical College and Hospital was established in 2005 – 06 under. The institution offers MBBS courses for 150 students each year as approved by the MCI. Along with MBBS, SRM also offers approved undergraduate courses in paramedical sciences, postgraduate courses in medicine, pharmacology, superspecialization in a number of medicine and health sciences, fellowship programmes as well as diploma and certificate courses.
A total of 23 seats are offered to NRI and foreign nationals SRM. The aspirant has to be declared eligible by the NEET exam and register for counselling for the same as well.
For the year 2017 – 18, the AIR opening and closing NEET rank for Round 1 is 207084 and 393831 for students who have taken admission in SRM. For round 2 the NEET rank were 245754 and 402648. The course fee of SRM Medical College and Hospital is more as compared to a few other institutions in India The annual MBBS course fee for NRI candidates is $47500.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, Kancheepuram
Chettinad Hospital and Research centre offers admission to 150 students for their MBBS programme as approved by the MCI. There are other postgraduate courses in medicine, paraclinical as well as super specialization and postgraduate diploma courses offered by the institution as well.
Chettinad Hospital and Research centre offers admission to NRI aspirants declared eligible by NEET. The NRI candidates pay annual course fee higher than the resident Indian candidates. For the year 2017 – 18, the AIR opening and closing NEET rank for Round 1 is 164741 and 505370 for students who have taken admission. For round 2 the NEET rank were 243394 and 580256. The annual MBBS course fee for NRI candidates is $50000.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: SBKS Medical Institute and Research Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth
In 2003, the first batch of MBBS admissions was done at SBKS Medical Institute Research Centre. In the last 15 years of its commencement, the institution has grown to now offering MBBS to 150 students annually as well as an array of courses like postgraduate courses, diploma courses and super speciality courses.
A total of 22 NRI students are offered a seat in the MBBS programme at the institution. The NRI aspirants have to fulfil the same eligibility conditions which are fulfilled by resident Indians. For the year 2017 – 18, the AIR opening and closing NEET rank for Round 1 is 220637 and 507120 for students who have taken admission in BKS Medical Institute Research Centre. For round 2 the NEET rank were 343604 and 358236. The NRI candidates are required to pay a higher course fee. The annual fee charged from the NRI students for the MBBS course is $50000.
Deemed Universities for MBBS for NRI: Rural Medical College and PIMS, Loni
Established in 2003, the college is a part of a part of a medical trust
The institution offers MBBS and postgraduate degree (M.D/M.S) as well as diploma programmes in 20 medical disciplines. MCI had sanctioned annual intake of 125 to the MBBS programme. Currently Rural Medical College, Loni has been approved an annual intake of 200 to the MBBS course.
Out of the approved annual intake of 200, 30 seats are reserved for NRI students. The eligibility conditions, however, remain the same for the NRI aspirants – NEET rank and counselling. For the year 2017 – 18, the AIR opening and closing NEET rank for Round 1 is 133531 and 512624 for students who have taken admission in Rural Medical College, Loni For round 2 the NEET rank were 135358. The NRI candidates also pay a higher course fee for the programme which is in USD. The per annum fee paid by the NRI students for the MBBS in 2017 is $50000.
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