Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU ,Varanasi

What's new at the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU? The MCC has released NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round Seat Allotment results on Nov 29. Selected candidates must report to the allotted college between Nov 29 and Dec 2.

IMS BHU Admission Dates 2022

The counselling for MBBS/BDS courses will be conducted by Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). Application for all the courses is only through online mode. Candidates can check the IMS, BHU important dates in the table provided below:

Event

Date

NEET MDS Mop-Up Round Seat Allotment Result

19 Nov '22

NEET MDS Mop-Up Round Reporting

20 Nov '22 - 24 Nov '22

NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round Result

29 Nov '22

NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round Reporting

29 Nov '22 to 2 Dec '22

IMS BHU MDS Cutoff 2022: NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round (Released)

NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round Seat Allotment for IMS BHU admission 2022 to MDS has been released on Nov 29 online. Candidates can check the NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round 2022 closing ranks (CRs) on this page and on the official site of Medical Counselling Committee. Tabulated below are the NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round closing ranks for IMS BHU cutoff 2022 for the Open category students:

NEET MDS Mop-Up Round Closing Ranks: Open (All India)

MDS - Specialisation

2022

All Specialisations

NA
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IMS BHU Courses and Fees 2022

Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU offers around 50+ courses across two streams. The Institute offers quality education in courses such as MBBS, BAMS, BSc Nursing, BPharma, Ayurveda, BOT, BPT, MD, MDS, MD Ayurveda/ MS Ayurveda. Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU admission process is entrance-based. Admissions are conducted online through the official website of the University. Some of the popular courses offered at the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU are mentioned in the table below along with the selection, eligibility criteria and total course fee:

CoursesTotal tuition Fees Eligibility
PG Diploma(12 Courses)
INR 30 K - 2 L
(for 2 years)
Graduation : 50 %
MD(19 Courses)
INR 22.5 K
(for 3 years)
Exams : NEET PG
BDS(1 Courses)
INR 59.5 K
(for 5 years)
10+2 : 50 %
Exams : NEET
MS(6 Courses)
INR 22.5 K
(for 3 years)
Exams : NEET PG
B.Sc.(1 Courses)
INR 900
(for 4 years)
-
MBBS(1 Courses)
INR 27 K
(for 66 months)
10+2 : 50 %
Exams : NEET
DM(5 Courses)
INR 1.21 L
(for 3 years)
Exams : NEET SS
B.A.M.S.(1 Courses)
INR 1.35 L
(for 66 months)
10+2 : 50 %
Exams : NEET
MDS(9 Courses)
INR 22.5 K
(for 2-3 years)
M.Ch.(6 Courses)
INR 1.21 L
(for 3 years)
Exams : NEET SS

IMS BHU Rankings

IMS BHU Reviews (Showing 5 of 43 reviews)

Overall Rating (Out of 5)

4.6

Based on 34 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

Component Ratings (Out of 5)
Placements
4.6
Infrastructure
4.3
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.7
Crowd & Campus Life
4.6
Value for Money
4.7
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Dondapati Venkata ... | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2025
Reviewed on 20 Nov 2020
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4.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
It has the best placements and internal reservation for PG course.

Placements: Students have 50% internal reservations for admissions, so almost every student who does MBBS will get admission in PG on the same campus. During the internship, we get a stipend of Rs. 23,500 per month. In every PG course like general medicine, orthopaedics, cardiovascular, about 50% of admissions are reserved for the students of the same college.

Infrastructure: It is an old campus, so it is not as good as AIIMS but very good compared to national medical colleges. However, the equipment here is as good as AIIM...

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zeba fatima | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 19 May 2021
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4.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Students learn lots of clinical skills with thousands of patients come to OPD and operation theatre.

Placements: Students in the MBBS course get 50% of the reservation for their PG seats in the college. So most of the UG students get admission in MD/MS in IMS only, and some good scorers got admission in other best colleges like AIIMS. IMS has its own library on the campus, and it also has a gym, sports ground and separate auditorium called KN Uduppa auditorium.

Infrastructure: The labs and classrooms are very spacious and well furnished. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled. The hostels are huge, and each room is shared by two stud...

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viVek kuMar | B.Sc. in Nursing - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 13 Jul 2021
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4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
It is one of the finest institutes for medicine in India.

Placements: Almost 90% of the students from our course got placed. The salary offered ranges between Rs. 60,000-80,000 per month. AIIMS and Apollo hospitals are top recruiting companies that visit our college for placements. About 60-80% of the students from our course got an internship. Some most important posts are offered in our course. It provides a very good opportunity for the average students.

Infrastructure: The campus is fully Wi-Fi enabled. Our college provides high-tech labs and well-furnished classrooms. Our col...

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Nidhi | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 5 Jan 2021
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4.6
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
It's a top-notch medical college and offers great chances in both academics and extracurricular.

Placements: Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU is a premier medical institute. It offers paid internships, and as it is a centrally funded university, it provides a handsome stipend to its interns. Our college also has internal PG reservations of 50% admissions and ensures that it provides good clinical admissions for its UG graduates.

Infrastructure: It is quite an old institute. The infrastructure is average and not at par compared to private institutes. Our college has well-equipped classrooms, labs and libraries. It off...

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Swayam gupta | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 18 Sep 2020
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4.4
Placements 5 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
It is the best college to think for admission.

Placements: There are around 98 students per batch, and in anatomy, especially 15 students per cadaver get full chance to dissect and see. We have a 50% quota for MD as well, but the rest get great placements at even better colleges which are not here. Students pursue their internships SS Hospital, which is one of the most renowned hospitals at Varanasi.

Infrastructure: I faced a lot of problems, especially because I was from Punjab. But students get used to it. The canteen was good, and we spend a lot of time there. Air co...

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IMS BHU Highlights 2022

IMS is one of the six institutes of Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi. Established in 1960, the Institute of Medical Sciences is the medical school of the Banaras Hindu University and has three faculties (Medicine, Ayurveda & Dental Sciences). It has 33 departments of Modern Medicine including 10 departments of super-specialties, four departments of Dentistry, eleven departments of Ayurveda and a school of Nursing. The institution is approved by the Medical Council of India. The institute has been ranked 5 for Medical by NIRF in 2022. It offers medical and paramedical courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Candidates can check the highlights of the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU in the table provided below:

Particulars

Statistics

Year of establishment

1960

Campus

Varanasi

Recognised by

Medical Council of India

College rankings (2022)

Ranked 5 for Medical by NIRF

Number of courses offered

50+ courses across 2 streams

Affiliation

Banaras Hindu University

IMS BHU Infrastructure

IMS BHU campus is sprawling over an area of 52 acres. The university has laboratories, classrooms, a library, hostels, and cafeterias. Some of the campus facilities include:

  • A fully Wi-Fi campus
  • State-of-the-art auditorium
  • Well-equipped conference hall and seminar hall
  • Libraries with a collection of more than 45,000 books
  • Medical Facilities
  • Full-time internet connectivity
  • Hostels facility for boys & girls

  • Library
    Cafeteria
    Hostel
    Gym
    Hospital / Medical Facilities
    Wi-Fi Campus
    Auditorium
    Labs

IMS BHU News & Updates

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IMS BHU FAQs

Q. Is BHU good for medical students?

A. Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU has been ranked 5 for Medical by NIRF in 2022. IMS is one of the six institutes of Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi. IMS BHU has 33 departments of Modern Medicine including 10 departments of super-specialties, four departments of dentistry, eleven departments of Ayurveda and a school of Nursing. The institution is approved by the Medical Council of India.

Q. What is the cutoff of IMS BHU?

A. NEET MDS Online Stray Vacancy Round cut off 2022 for IMS BHU for all specialisations of MDS is NA/ closed. The NEET MDS cutoffs for IMS BHU are determined considering the below-mentioned factors:
  • Percentile cut off of NEET MDS
  • The difficulty level of the examination
  • Total number of seats available
  • Number of candidates who appeared for the examination
  • Number of candidates who clear the examination (As per the defined NEET MDS cut off percentile)

Q. When was the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU established?

A. Established in 1960, the Institute of Medical Sciences is the medical school of the Banaras Hindu University and has three faculties (Medicine, Ayurveda & Dental Sciences). It has 33 departments of Modern Medicine including 10 departments of super-specialities, four departments of dentistry, eleven departments of Ayurveda and a school of nursing. The institution is approved by the Medical Council of India. The institute has been ranked 5 for Medical by NIRF in 2022. It offers medical and paramedical courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Q. Which courses are offered at Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU?

A. Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU offers medical and paramedical courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Institute offers quality education in courses such as MBBS, BAMS, BSc Nursing, BPharma, Ayurveda, BOT, BPT, MD, MDS, MD Ayurveda/ MS Ayurveda. Admission to MBBS/ BDS courses is through NEET UG examinations.

Q. What is the application process at the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU?

A. For UG (MBBS) and PG (MD/MS) admissions to Institute of Medical Sciences-BHU, counselling is conducted by Banaras Hindu University. Application process for NEET UG is mentioned below:
  • Candidates interested need to register online at the official website of NEET UG
  • Application fee can be paid online and offline
  • For online, one must have to pay through e-wallet, net-banking or debit/credit card
  • The application fee is INR 1,400 for General and OBC category candidates, and for ST/SC candidates, the fee is INR 750

Q. Is IMS BHU better than AIIMS Delhi?

A. AIIMS Delhi has been ranked 1 under the Medical category by the NIRF in 2022. On the other hand, IMS BHU has been ranked 5 under the same category. AIIMS Delhi has consistently secured rank 1 for the fifth time in a row in the NIRF 2022 Rankings under the ‘Medical’ category. Talking about the course fee, the total course fee for the MBBS programme at IMS BHU MBBs is INR 27,000, however, MBBS course fee at AIIMS Delhi is INR 6,080.

Q. How can I get admission at IMS BHU?

A. Admission to MBBS/ BDS courses is through NEET UG Examinations. The counseling for MBBS/ BDS courses will be conducted by Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). Candidates can apply for the respective courses through online mode.

Q. How many IMS BHU cut offs will be released for MDS admission 2022?

A. NEET MDS counselling for the AIQ seats of PG Dental colleges, including IMS BHU is conducted in three rounds including a mop-up round. Additionally, MCC also conducts a stray vacancy round wherein all candidates who have become eligible for participation in this round may report directly to the Institutes as per the list of vacant seats available at institutes uploaded on the MCC website. The seats left vacant after the counselling rounds is transferred to the state quota. Therefore, three cut off lists are released every year for MDS admission to various Dental colleges in India.

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Which institute is better for MBBS- Hind Institute of Medical Sciences, Barabanki Lucknow or Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences, Barabanki?

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Rudra Shaurya

Guide-Level 15

4 years ago

MIMS is a very good college and has an amazing environment. Since both the colleges are quite close, you can visit both if you want. HIMS is quite old and a lot of students here practiced medicine in past and are settled somewhere. MIMS is relatively new but is a very good institute nevertheless....MIMS is a very good college and has an amazing environment. Since both the colleges are quite close, you can visit both if you want. HIMS is quite old and a lot of students here practiced medicine in past and are settled somewhere. MIMS is relatively new but is a very good institute nevertheless. I would suggest going for MIMS as a lot of faculty members are the alumni of big institutes.

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Bishal Baishya

Guide-Level 12

5 years ago

MBBS doesn't fully depend on colleges as all are MCI approved and have that minimum facility required for MBBS curriculum so all depends on you, where are you comfortable and feel the study environment to be good and suitable for you. Do compare their facilities too which is better equipt.

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Can I get admission in Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University for MBBS as I got 346 marks and rank is AIR 126550?

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Bishal Baishya

Guide-Level 12

4 years ago

Instead of government, I believe that you must try in privately or jointly run medical colleges. Though the privately run colleges have quite high fees, starting from 4 LPA (tuition fees) in a common scenario. Still chances are very less. So I’d suggest you try to go with the idea that you must d...Instead of government, I believe that you must try in privately or jointly run medical colleges. Though the privately run colleges have quite high fees, starting from 4 LPA (tuition fees) in a common scenario. Still chances are very less. So I’d suggest you try to go with the idea that you must do better next year.

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Which college is better for B.Arch between BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences and Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering?

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Shreya MK

Contributor-Level 9

4 years ago

Dayananda Sagar is better than BGS for B.Arch.

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My NEET 2019 marks is 545. Can I get a seat in Karnataka institute of medical sciences, Hubli under unreserved quota?

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Shivam Chhirolya

Scholar-Level 17

3 years ago

Congratulations for your marks. There is very good chance to get this institute.

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If I get 380 in NEET 2019, can I get BDS in Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences?

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Amrit Raj

Scholar-Level 16

3 years ago

As you know, this year NEET paper was relatively easy. So, the cut-off will increase for every course. Although, it is difficult for you to get BDS in Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, but I would suggest you go and give a try and apply for this college.
Best of luck.

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