M S Ramaiah Medical College
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M S Ramaiah Medical College

Map Pin IconM S R Nagar, Bangalore
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  • A+ NAAC accredited
  • Private Institute
  • Estd. 1979
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Q:   What is the NEET cutoff for MBBS at M S Ramaiah Medical College?


For 2022, cut off was 15896 for General category candidates in All India quota for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at M S Ramaiah Medical College. NEET cut off varies depending on the category and domicile/quota of the applicant.


Q:   Can I get admission at M S Ramaiah Medical College in MBBS if my rank is between 15000 and 20000?


For last year, the closing rank for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) was 15896 which is very close to this range. This was for general category under All India quota. Unless the candidate belongs to some other category or domicile, one cannot afford to score less than this. With this rank, there is a probability of getting admission however since, the cut offs keep changing year on year, it is advisable to try to score better ranks to increase your chances of getting admission in M S Ramaiah Medical College. 


Q:   What is the opening and closing rank for MBBS at M S Ramaiah Medical College?


Opening and Closing rank depends on the category and quota of candidates. For general category under All India, opening rank was 14189 and closing rank was 15896. Cut off are differant when it comes to other categories or female candidates and even domicile of home state. Admission to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at M S Ramaiah Medical College is based on the scores obtained in the entrance exam NEET. Applicants are advised to confirm what category are they applying while checking for cut offs.


Q:   What has been the trend for cut off in MBBS at M S Ramaiah Medical College in last few years?


The cutoff trend for medical Courses at M S Ramaiah Medical College has been increasing in the recent years. In 2021, the closing rank for medical courses. under general category for all India quota was 11908. In 2022, it increased to 15896. Likewise, the cut off ranks have changed from 11026 to 15896 for OBC, 90141 to 15896 for SC, 91491 to 15896 for ST, 10559 to 15896 for EWS. This trend is likely to continue in the coming years, as the demand for medical education in India continues to grow.


Q:   How many entrance exam cutoffs will be released for admission to MBBS at M S Ramaiah Medical College?


M S Ramaiah Medical College will release 4-5 rounds of NEET cutoffs for admission to medical courses. The cutoffs will be released on a rolling basis, and the seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The cutoffs will be based on the following factors:

The NEET score of the candidate
The category of the candidate
The number of seats available in the course

Candidates must visit the official website of entrance exam to read clear instructions on how to proceed with the counselling process, once the round is released.


Admission process

MD Admissions 2024

18 Courses3 years
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  • Accepting Exams: NEET PG
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May '24-Jun '24
NEET PG 2024 registrationTentative
Jun '24
NEET PG 2024 admit card uploadTentative
7 Jul '24
NEET PG 2024 exam
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Cut Offs 2024

Cut Off 2023 for NEET SS: Year-Wise rankAccordion Icon V3
NEET SS Last Round Closing Rank (General-All India)
DM in Endocrinology1974
DM in Neurology2954
M.Ch. in Neuro Surgery4021
M.Ch. in Urology4715
M.Ch. in Surgical Oncology3411
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M S Ramaiah Medical College Placements

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Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2022
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Overall, it is a good college.
Placements: There are no placements, as this is a medical college. There is a great opportunity for a foreign student exchange programme where you can go abroad. I am giving 3 stars because of the low stipend during the internship period. The stipend is Rs. 6,000 per month, which is very low compared to the government colleges, but it is still good if compared to other private colleges, which don't even provide a stipend.
Infrastructure: Labs here are the best in Bangalore. The sports facilities are great, with a basketball court, table tennis, and badminton arena, and a football field as well. Two-seater and three-seater rooms are available for girls. Single rooms are provided for boys. Adequate furniture is provided. A laundry option is available, and a parking lot is also available.
Faculty: We have excellent faculty members with many years of experience in their respective fields. They strive to teach and help with their experiences. They regularly undergo various training programs to remain up-to-date with the various innovations in the field and teaching methodologies. The course is five and a half years long. The first and second year subjects are the most important, as they build a solid understanding of clinical medicine and help in practice. Exams are conducted annually by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and are held for close to one week. The internal assessment by the college is exceptional in helping you prepare for the final exams. The pass percentage is 50%.
Other: Extracurricular activities are given equal weight in the college, allowing students to participate in competitions across the country. They are very supportive in the field of sports and cultural activities. They even arrange transport and accommodation when needed.
Reviewed on 19 Oct 2022Read More
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Bachelor in Physiotherapy (BPT) - Batch of 2022
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It has the best faculty, and the best clinical experience is provided in physiotherapy.
Placements: Getting internships and placements are very easy since they place students in their own hospitals, both teaching hospital and memorial hospitals. We have better and early recruitment than other colleges in Bangalore. You can become a full-time or part-time physiotherapist or freelancer.
Infrastructure: Everything is available at the tip of your hand. The college has huge classrooms, laboratories, and a good park. It has an amazing and huge library with many books available with recent advances. The canteen is huge and amazing, and it offers the best food at reasonable prices.
Faculty: Our college has amazing faculty members. Their teaching quality is amazing. Clinical experience is provided. Teachers are extremely qualified and experienced with immense knowledge. They are very helpful. The curriculum is very relevant and makes us ready to face the world. Regular studies will be beneficial.
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Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2026
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Satisfied with the faculty, infrastructure, fests, college life, and good placements.
Placements: Our college provides above-average patient interaction in the teaching hospital. So, we receive enough experience as an MBBS graduate required for a junior doctor job. Alumni are working in every field and niche from government hospitals to abroad. Due to an agreeable level of skills, getting a job is easy.
Infrastructure: The college infrastructure is up to the mark, and all the labs and equipment are available. The campus is very green and numerous food stalls are present inside the campus. Hostel infrastructure for medical students is also good. The mess is decent, Wi-Fi is below average.
Faculty: The faculty is well-informed and approachable. They pay a lot of attention to their students and are very supportive. Internal assessments are not very easy to pass and require a 50% score. External University exams are also of above-average level difficulty.
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Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2024
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I want to give eight out of 10 for our college overall.
Placements: In our college, 100 students are there in MBBS. Among them, the student who passes successfully will get the placement in their own hospital (100%). The average salary offered is around Rs.30000 per month at the start then it will increase around Rs.70000 - Rs.80000 pre month. All students got the opportunity to do internships. The topper student get a special price from them.
Infrastructure: Everywhere on campus, you will get Wi-Fi facilities. Labs are very good for studying. In every classroom, you got a digital method of teaching with a projector. In the college, you have got 24 hours library facility. But the big problem is that the hostel is not good as I was expecting. There is no food facility. The gym is available and you have enough space for playing.
Faculty: The teachers in our college are very good and they are very friendly with the students. You got 24 hours teachers facility. They help you physically, mentally, and psychologically. To pass the course, you have to get 60% minimum mark. Every year, there are three semesters and you have to pass at least two semesters.
Other: I chose this course because I want to help people directly who are not able to provide money for their treatment. After completing my MBBS, I want to do an MD.
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Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2021
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The curriculum is quite challenging here.
Placements: Since it is a medical college, there are no placements for other courses also. There is a mandatory internship for a year in which we practice the theoretical in real life. Our college gives us a salary of around Rs. 5,000 per month, which is very low, but it's still not bad because you usually don't get a stipend in private colleges.
Infrastructure: There are the latest technology labs that have new binocular microscopes where images are fully magnified and clear. The sports committee gives opportunities to participate in sports that include cricket and other athletic events. I opted for the hostel, and the rooms are decent. There are varieties of rooms like single occupancy room with washroom attached/not attached and double occupancy with washroom attached/not attached. The fee differs accordingly.
Faculty: There are great faculty members with enormous knowledge. They share their contact number with us if we have any doubts. They help a lot during exam time. They know the difficulty of the course and help to pass the exam. They help a lot with the practicals also. The course curriculum is quite challenging, but with the right guidance, it won't seem much of a hassle. The course is 5 and a half years long. The first and second-year subjects are the most important as they build a high understanding of clinical medicine and help in practice. The exam pattern includes 2 long essays with 10 marks each, 10 short essays with 5 marks each and 10 short answers with 3 marks each. Passing marks are 50% of marks.
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Courses and Fees 2024

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BPT(1 course)
14 L
10+2 : 40 %
Exams : CBSE 12thISC+1 More
MPT(1 course)
9 L
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MD(18 courses)
3.8 L - 46.2 L
Exams : NEET PG
MBBS(1 course)
6.4 L
10+2 : 50 %
Exams : NEET
MS(5 courses)
22.2 L
Exams : NEET PG
DM(8 courses)
– / –
Exams : NEET SS
M.Ch.(8 courses)
32.8 L
Exams : NEET SS
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Q:   What is the cutoff for MBBS at M S Ramaiah Medical College for other than general categories?


The last year 2022 cutoff ranks for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at M S Ramaiah Medical College other than General category are - 15896 for OBC, 15896 for SC, 15896 for ST, 15896 for EWS, 15896 for PWD. While the admissions are based on the scores/rank obtained in NEET exam, the last cut offs also change a lot depending on All India quota or Home State.



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Answered 5 years ago

If you're GN category, then it's not possible to get ISE.

Shivam Poddar

Contributor-Level 6

Answered 5 years ago

Probably, it is possible but we can't say anything without counselling. MS Ramaiah Medical College for MBBS is a very good college of Bangalore and I don't think your friend can get admission in this college because his NEET marks are not so good to get admission in this college.

Shikher jain

Guide-Level 12

Answered 6 years ago

Admission Process for MBBS from M.S. Ramaiah Medical College: Admission is through counselling based on the rank obtained in NEET. Eligibility: Qualification- class 12th Minimum Eligibility to Apply- 50% marks Additional Details Mandatory Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology


rahul r

Scholar-Level 18

Answered 5 years ago

Please refer this below link I have attached. The detailed process is written down with required documents and other personal details required to be attested in the admission form and needs to be sent to the Admission Officer at MS Ramaiah Medical College. All the details clearly is stated in the li


Selvamani Ramanathan

Guide-Level 15

Answered 5 years ago

As I see your marks in NEET UG 2018, you have very less chances of get Seat in Deemed Or Private Universities Colleges. Cutoff for this year for getting any private or deemed Colleges like MS Ramaiah Medical College, you have to score around 450 under AIQ & 430 under state quota for Open Category. Y




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